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Safe workplace

Work Health and Safety Duties

The Work Health and Safety Act 2011  places health and safety duties on a number of persons, such as persons…

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Induction into machine hazards

Workplaces where employees are constantly working with machinery are high-risk workplaces due to the use of machines. Machines can be…

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Violence in the workplace

Workplace violence is more common than you would think. It happens every day and to be able to prevent violence…

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Job Safety Analysis

What is a job safety analysis (JSA)? Does your company carry out JSA’s? If you said no, then you should…

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Benefits of Workplace Health and Safety Training

Why should you train your staff in workplace health and safety (WHS)? Isn’t it just an additional cost? Training your…

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Workplace Health and Safety: For Senior Management

Why should you train your senior managers in workplace health and safety (WHS)? Training ensures that the skills, knowledge and…

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Investigation of Incidents: Finding The Underlying Causes

The determination of the underlying causes of a workplace incident will be dependent on the immediate causes supported by information…

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Selecting PPE for Risk Management

Selection of PPE is dependent on the hazard identification, risk assessment and control measures implemented. Risk management is one the…

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Safely Maintaining PPE

A number of standards organisations specify minimum requirements for PPE of different types. PPE should not be used unless it…

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Investigation of Incidents: A Summary

Incident investigations are undertaken to establish causal factors of the event, and the quicker the investigations commences, the less risk…

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Investigation of Incidents: Reporting The Outcomes

An incident report provides a condensed formal record of facts and recommendations surrounding an incident, giving each level of management…

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Investigation of Incidents: Determining Immediate Causes

“Incident investigation is like peeling an onion. Beneath one layer of causes there are other layers. The outer layers deal…

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