NSW: Working at Heights: Work Health Safety

NSW – Work Place Safety Assessors advise occupiers and those who manage or control workplaces that a Work Safe Australia work health safety publication covers the responsibilities of those nominated in the Act/Regulations. Work Place Safety Assessors can assist property managers and occupiers with a Working at Heights Audit to satisfy work health safety obligations … (more) Further Advice For… Read more

Duties of Managers Who Control Workplaces: Work Health Safety

VIC - Work Place Safety Assessors advise occupiers and those who manager or control workplaces that a WorkSafe Victoria work health safety publication covers the responsibilities of those nominated in the Act. Essential Property Services can assist property managers and occupiers with an OH&S Initial Hazard Identification… (more) Further Advice For safe occupation of a building advice please contact our closest… Read more

Work Health Safety: What is an Asbestos Register?

AUST – Work Place Safety Assessors advise that a work health safety asbestos register is a document that must be accessible to all personnel on site (building occupants). The asbestos register must contain the following information, all asbestos containing material (ACM) that has been identified, the date the ACM was identified and the type, condition and location of the ACM…. Read more

Hazardous Substances: Dangerous Goods: Work Health Safety

AUST – Work Place Safety Assessors advise prior to the                                                                         implementation of the Work Health Safety (WHS) Regulations storage, handling and use of hazardous chemicals were regulated in most states under separate regulations for hazardous substances and for dangerous goods.                 The new WHS Regulations cover workplace hazardous substances and dangerous goods under a single framework for hazardous chemicals. This introduces a new hazard classification and hazard communication system based on the United… Read more

Chemical Storage Audit: Work Health Safety

NT – Work Place Safety Assessors advises occupiers and those who manage or control workplaces that a Work Safe Australia work health safety publication covers the responsibilities of those nominated in the Act/Regulations for Chemical Storage. Work Place Safety Assessors can assist property managers and occupiers with Chemical Storage Audits to satisfy work health safety obligations… (more) Work Health Safety… Read more

Tenants: Dangerous Goods: Work Health Safety

AUST – Work Place Safety Assessors advise property owners to be concerned about the storage of dangerous goods as non compliance under the requirements of Work Health Safety regulations. The Dangerous Goods (Storage and Handling) Regulations 2000 requires the occupier of a premise where dangerous goods are stored and handled (where quantities exceed those listed) must establish a safe storage and… Read more

WA: Building and Work Health Safety Legislation

WA – Work Place Safety Assessors advise building owners, occupiers or employers for a building inherits obligations under the Western Australian Building Legislation (Building Code of Australia) to ensure building works, alterations, occupations of a building and the inspection, testing and maintenance of nominated essential safety measures are complied with as required. The following table provides the reader the comprehensive… Read more

Chemical Storage Audits: Work Health Safety

AUST – The objective of Work Place Safety Assessors under the work health safety regulations governing the safe storage, handling and use of chemicals in the workplace is to mitigate work health safety risk for those who store, handle or use hazardous, commercial grade or commercial quantities of chemicals through performing chemical storage audits… (more) Work Health Safety Legislation Refer… Read more

Workplace Health and Safety Act: Duty to Prepare, Maintain and Implement Emergency Plan

AUST – Work Place Safety Assessors advises that under the Work Health Safety Act, a person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) at a workplace must ensure that an emergency plan is prepared for the workplace, that provides for the following: An effective response to an emergency; Evacuation procedures; Notifying emergency service organisations at the earliest opportunity; Medical treatment and… Read more