Workplace Health and Safety
The objective of Work Health and Safety (WHS) laws is to protect the health, safety and welfare of all employees in the workplace and anyone else that might be affected by the work. This service focuses on the welfare of a sites’ occupants and helps to ensure that site owners are compliant with the WHS Act.
There is a broad range of industries that need to comply with the WHS Act. These industries include:
- Accommodation and food services
- Administrative and support services
- Agriculture, forestry and fishing
- Arts and recreation services
- Diving and snorkelling
- Education and training
- Financial and insurance services
- Gas, water and waste services
- Health care and social assistance
- Information media and telecommunications
- Labour hire
- Other services
- Professional, scientific and technical services
- Public administration and safety
- Rental, hiring and real estate services
- Retail trade
Why this service is needed
Companies in high-risk industries are required to invest proportionally more in occupational health and safety services than the white-collar industry. WHS assessments provide these companies with assurance that their site’s occupants are protected from harm. Any proposed WHS mitigation solutions ensure that not only is the physical safety of the site and its occupants assured, but also its financial security which saves the company both time and money.
What to expect
This service includes a WHS audit which is conducted by a trained industry professional. It consists of an initial inspection, a secondary inspection, an analytical assessment and a final assessment brief. It may also include:
- A compliance audit to identify breaches, non-compliance and obligations required in accordance with the Fair Work Act, Workplace Health and Safety Act and associated rules and regulations.
- A detailed report containing feedback on audit findings and suggested corrective actions to remedy the issues.
- A walk-through of the work environment to identify physical workplace health and safety breaches and/or unsafe work practices.
- Business security audit with a qualified risk consultant.
- Threat analysis.
- Personalised security recommendation.
Risk-Assessed Management Planning (RAMP)
Red Risk Management also provide Risk-Assessed Management Plans, specifically designed to help businesses comply with the Liquor Act 10992 (Part 3A). This includes but is not limited to assessing:
- Business Licensing
- Business Objectives
- General Compliance
- Staff training
- Risk mitigation
- Response planning
- Community impact
Benefits to your organisation
- Complete risk assessment and compliance management solution.
- Protects business assets such as finances and resources.
- Maintains compliance with regulatory requirements.
- Reduces the risk of injury in the workplace.
- Improves brand image.
- Reduces staff concerns around risks and safety.
- Increase productivity as a result of worker reassurance which will be reflected in KPIs.
- Identifies new equipment that businesses may require.
- Aids swift recovery business if an incident occurs.
Are you ready to protect your business?