I'm possibly going to use four casual workers to paint a pitched roof and therefore will make use of fall arrest equipment (already sorted). This is a one time job - not an official business. What do... [read more]
When disaster strikes everyone needs to springs into action fast. But you, as the employer, have very specific duties you must fulfil.
After all, it’s your duty to keep your employees safe at... [read more]
From electrocution to electrical fires, your electrical system is one of the most dangerous forces in your workplace.
That’s why your employees must know how to handle electricity correctly and... [read more]
If a DoL inspector visits your company, he’ll look for problems with your health and safety. The only way to prevent this is to spot those problems first.
So how do you do this?
There are a... [read more]
You know the OHS Act says you must do a risk assessment, put safety equipment in place, train your employees and do everything you can to keep your employees safe.
But did you know it has rules... [read more]
The OHS Act doesn’t just cover what safety equipment you must put in your workplace. It also regulates the environment your employees work in.
After all, what good is safety equipment if it’s... [read more]
If there’s a fire in your workplace, you need to put it out quickly before it destroys everything or kills your employees.
But what happens once the flames are out and emergency services have... [read more]
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