Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) training is vital to ensure the safety of employees and colleagues within any business. Accidents at work can happen in any industry so we need to take every precaution to ensure we can avoid such misfortunes and maintain a safe workplace. That is why OH&S training and other self-learning courses are taught to employees in the workplace to reduce the risk of accidental injury.
If you manage a company or team within a company, understanding OHS legislation and relevant safety regulations is vital to ensure the welfare of the employees is being cared for. As an employee, it is also important to know your rights, as a work OHS system is a basic entitlement in any Australian working environment.
ASSA offers innovative, yet affordable Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) solutions including an extensive OHS template library for businesses of any size, in any industry – we even offer FREE OHS library access to get you started.
Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) legislation concerns the protection, safety, health and welfare of people who are engaged in employment and adequate OHS policies and procedures are a legal requirement for all employers in Australia. This discipline also affects family members, employers, customers, co-workers, nearby communities and other constituents who are also impacted by the work place setting.
ASSA provide free OHS templates and free Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) consultations Australia-wide. When correctly implemented our comprehensive guidelines for safe workplace practices will ensure your workplace is safe for all employees, reducing the likelihood of government fines and penalties and lawsuits for negligence. Our OHS systems also ensure your business is fully compliant with state Government OHS legislation.
Since purchasing the System earlier this year, we have been able to quickly and easily display some 120 Safe Work Procedures through our factories, a job that would have taken months to achieve.
If you’re looking to improve the safety standards at your workplace, or if you work in a highly hazardous workplace where contact with dangerous goods, heavy lifting and constant movement are daily, you need an up-to-date Australian workplace health and safety certificate. Protecting your staff is of the upmost importance, so ensuring you have a