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]
If your employee cuts his finger, it’s not going to cost him his life. But if he falls off a raised work area, it could.
That’s where personal protective equipment (PPE) comes in. It can... [read more]
It can be stressful trying to get compensation for your employee if he injures himself. You have to report it to COID and then apply for compensation. But there’s no guarantee COID will pay... [read more]
You need to have an emergency plan that covers any kind of fatal accident or event. In this plan, you must include evacuation procedures, first aid procedures, fire procedures and, for worst case... [read more]
Your company’s health and safety isn’t a one man job. Even the OHS Act outlines several different appointments you must make. These appointments will help you manage your health and safety better... [read more]
Think about what holds up the building your company constructs. There’s the bricks, cement, metal cables, wire structures and steal support bars. All of these have to be strong enough to hold up... [read more]
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