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This Terms of Reference (ToR) document establishes the agreed functions of a WHS Committee or Working Group, both collectively and individually. It is owned, maintained and utilised as a guiding document by the Committee or Working Group to ensure efficient and effective consultative outcomes and risk-based decision making.View & Download
This procedure describes the arrangements for training and competency and describes the process and requirement for providing training and information to ensure all employees and contractors have the necessary material, technical skills and competency to safely perform the job efficiently and to fulfil the requirements of their role.View & Download
This procedure outlines the safety event management, reporting and investigation processes and is intended to ensure:
· that all incidents and near misses are recorded, reported and investigated with the view to preventing a reoccurrence of similar events;
· requirements of the WHS Management System are met;
· compliance with legal requirements for incident notification and government reporting; and
· a safe workplace for all employees, contractors and visitors through effective and systematic safety event investigation and reporting mechanisms, to ensure that further risks of workplace incidents and near misses are eliminated.View & Download
This procedure provides direction for managers and employees to develop and implement appropriate strategies to isolate forms of potentially hazardous energy relating to plant, machinery and equipment and minimise the risk of an accidental release of hazardous energy occurring which could result in injury or illness.View & Download
This document outlines the procedure for the recruitment of the most competent and suitable people for our organisation.
This procedure is intended to ensure:
· that the most competent and suitable people are recruited and retained;
· a career path, promotional, and development opportunities to all employees;
· all appointments are based on merit having regard to an applicant’s ability, knowledge, and skills relative to the position; and
· the elimination of direct or indirect discrimination from recruitment practices.View & Download
This document provides direction for minimising the health and safety risks associated with traffic movements.
This procedure covers the movement of vehicles, including customer and contractor vehicles, in and around the workshop, forecourt, yard and carpark. This procedure is intended to minimise the risk of motor vehicle accidents.View & Download
This procedure provides a risk based Change Management process to ensure that the safety and wellbeing of people and Work Health and Safety (WHS) performance and outcomes are not compromised by organisational change and that changes are introduced in a planned, systemic and consultative manager.View & Download
This procedure maintains a fitness for work regime that would ensure that where there is a genuine concern for the safety and wellbeing of an employee, that the extent of the fitness related concern can be adequately understood in order to consider the best possible means to address the risks.View & Download
This guide has been developed to help with understanding fitness for work risk management philosophy and principles and should be read in conjunction with the Fitness for Work Policy (WHS-POL-11), Procedure (WHS-PRO-11.1) and other referenced documentation.View & Download
Fatigue is a fitness for work concern that can affect the health and safety of employees and the risks should be managed to a level as low as reasonably practicable. Fatigue can be caused by both work and non-work related factors. The objective of this procedure is to support a Duty of Care to manage fatigue induced fitness for work concerns which may place employees or other persons at unacceptable risk of injury or illness.View & Download
This procedure provides an effective internal control framework for selecting and purchasing goods and services from approved and reliable goods suppliers and service providers (suppliers) that present the lowest possible level of WHS risk to its employees and other persons involved in the business.View & Download
PPE is any piece of equipment used by employees, contractors or visitors to provide protection from hazards in the workplace.
PPE is provided to control hazards identified in the workplace where it is not practicable to eliminate or control the hazard through other measures, or if additional protection is required to support existing hazard control measures.
This procedure provides direction for employees in the appropriate selection, use, storage, maintenance and replacement of PPE, as well as the training required.View & Download
The purpose of this procedure is to provide an effective internal control framework for supporting preferred service providers (suppliers) in meeting, as far as reasonably practicable, their work health and safety obligations and protecting all persons from the hazards and risks associated with their work activities.View & Download