September 28, 2018
October is Safe Work Month, raising awareness about the importance of Health and Safety in the workplace. What can employers do to create a safe workplace?
Every year in Australia, 198 workers are killed
111,200 serious claims each year in Australia
1. Identify Hazards
What are the hazards that face your employees every day? Remember, they may not always be obvious.
2. Assess Risks
What is the likelihood that someone will be exposed to that hazard, and what could happen?
3. Control Risks
Once the hazards and risks are identified, how can you fix them? Make the necessary changes.
4. Review Control Measures
Creating a safe and healthy workplace never stops. Review and evaluate regularly and always try to improve.
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