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- Microsoft Word Format (fully editable).
- Hazard Identification & Risk Management.
- Monitoring & Review Process.
- Branding Instructions.
- Comprehensive collection of Checklists, Forms & Registers.
- OHS/WHS & Environmental Policies & Procedures
- Roles & Responsibilities
- Consultation & Coordination
- Hazard identification & Risk Management
- Contractor Management
- Training & Instruction
- Incident & Emergency Management
- Monitoring & Review Process
- 31 Forms, Registers & Checklists
- Emergency Response Plan
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Occupational Health, Safety & Environmental (OHSE/WHSE) Management System
All employers have a responsibility to provide and maintain a working environment that is safe and free of risks to health.
As part of this responsibility, you must provide safe systems of work, give your employees the necessary information, and responsibly manage the workplace.
This Small Business Management System is a smaller version of our more extensive Management Systems without compromising on quality.
Perfect for a smaller, less complex business or a business just starting up this management system will still provide you with the most critical OHS/WHS and Environmental elements.
Using this OHSE/WHSE Management System, you can get on with the business of running your business and not get bogged down by the extensive paperwork a larger organisation may need.
In addition to the management system, you will also receive a comprehensive 26-page Emergency Response Plan.
Covering the most common emergency scenarios, this plan will help protect your business and staff in times of crisis.
Occupational Health, Safety & Environmental (OHSE/WHSE) Management System Contains:
To view the full Occupational Health, Safety & Environmental (OHSE/WHSE) Management System table of contents click the document sample tab above.
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