Safety Risk Management

Safety Risk Management

Safety risk management is about managing the things that could possibly hurt people (hazards) at work in a considered and diligent manner. It involves identifying the hazards in your work environment, and then ensuring that you apply relevant legislative requirements and acknowledged safety precautions for managing those hazards.

 

Worksite/Ergo Assessments

Worksite/Ergo Assessments

Ergonomic and worksite assessments are important work injury prevention and management strategies.  Used proactively, ergonomic and worksite assessments prevent injuries and compensation claims.

 

Save time and improve your safety compliance by using our easily downloaded safe work procedures (SWP) in your school or workplace.

Key features include:

  • Readability – each procedure is proofed by Occupational Therapists using the Flesch-Kincaid Readability Test to ensure it will be easily understood by the average 12 year old. The average adult in Australia has a reading age ability of an average 13 year old. Most Safe Work Procedures found in work places require a Year 11 reading age ability (eg. same as Time Magazine).
  • Safety compliance – developed by accredited safety auditors in consultation with machine operators.
  • Display Effectiveness – design and graphics crafted to facilitate easy reading from 1 metre.
  • Fully editable using Word for when changes are required.

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Safety Risk Management

Safety risk management is about managing the things that could possibly

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Working from home (also referred to as Telecommuting) is an increasingly

Worksite/Ergo Assessments

Ergonomic and worksite assessments are important work injury prevention and management strategies. 

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