Workplace Health & Safety


WORKPLACE HEALTH & SAFETY – POLICY STATEMENT

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  • Maintain a robust Integrated Management Safety System managing quality, safety and environmental standards in line with Australian Standards – including the setting of performance objectives and regular measurement of improvement as part of our continuous improvement program;
  • Provide quality acreage mowing and slashing management services and achieve excellence in customer service.
    • Providing and maintaining, as far as practicable, workplaces, plant and equipment so that employees, customers, visitors, sub-contractors and the public are not exposed to hazards.
    • Provide suitable resources for personnel at all levels to fulfil their responsibilities as set forth under this policy;
    • Provide a safe, fair and equitable work environment;
    • Use a risk management approach to determine the risks associated with our business activities and to exercise the appropriate control over those risks;
  • Involve and consult with all employees and contractors on health, safety, quality and environmental matters, including provision of education and training services to enable them undertake their tasks/business without compromising obligations and standards;
  • Require staff, contractors and visitors to comply with the spirit and the intent of our Safety Plan, relevant legislation and statutory requirements as a minimum requirement;
  • Require reporting of all injuries and known incidents, property damage, environmental harm and quality systems non-conformances;
  • We will foster an awareness of shared responsibility and accountability for our service provision and business goals.
  • Maintain an effective Environment Management System (EMS) integrated with safety and quality systems to promote consistent environmental standards, continuous improvement and pollution prevention;
  • Strive to continually improve environmental performance by identifying and implementing opportunities to improve efficiencies in energy use, water re-use and recycling initiatives;
  • Identify environmental aspects and impacts of our operations, assess their risk to the environment and implement appropriate control measures;
  • Conduct regular audits to ensure compliance with legislative requirements;
  • Conduct environmental training to ensure employees are aware of their environmental responsibilities;
  • Apply and promote the waste management hierarchy to avoid, re-use, recycle before choosing the disposal option;
  • To ensure protective clothing is worn and personal protective equipment (PPE) is used as directed and compliance with all rules, regulations and codes of practices are adhered to, to enhance workplace health and safety.
  • Provide formal lines of communication between management and employees to promote ownership and accountability for identifying, reporting and addressing environmental hazards and incidents.

Workplace Health & Safety

  • (WHSR01A) Identify and Apply Relevant W.H & S Information
  • (WHSR02A) Identify Hazards and Control Risks
  • (WHSR03A) Represent Workers in the WH&S consultation mechanisms
  • (WHSR04A) Issue WH&S Provisional Improvement Notices (PINS)