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Occupational Health & Safety(OHS)

Introduction

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White Spot Cleaning Pty Ltd is always Work  Health and Safety  Regulation(WHSR) management framework that aims at developing and fostering a team approach between White Spot Cleaning and Clients.
White Spot Cleaning ensure employees, contractors and visitors at sites are provided and maintained with a healthy and safe environment.
By establishing a clear management framework and ensuring requirements within such a framework are implemented White Spot Cleaning management can demonstrate conformance with current WHSR and work towards maintaining a healthy and safe workplace for employees, contractors, patients, clients and visitors.

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

White Spot  Cleaning Pty Ltd has established the following objectives and targets to support and maintain the effectiveness.

1. PLANNING

Objective:

Employees are provided with regular and up-to-date information on WHSE for the duration of the contracted/agreed works.

Target:

Review the content of the WHSE Management Plan at maximum 3 month intervals (or more frequent as required) to maintain the currency of information provided to employees and others

2. RISK MANAGEMENT

Objective:

Employees are familiar with hazards and risks associated with the contracted/agreed works that are assessed as a medium to high risk.

Target:

Safe Work Method Statement(s) or the equivalent list as a minimum those hazards and risks associated with the contracted/agreed works that are assessed as a medium to high risk.

3. CONSULTATION

Objective:

Employees are regularly consulted on matters that affect WHSE.

Target:

Safe Work Method Statement(s) or the equivalent list as a minimum those hazards and risks associated with the contracted/agreed works that are assessed as a medium to high risk.

4. TRAINING

Objective:

Employees are provided with training to enable work practices to be undertaken that are safe and minimise risk to the environment.

Target:

All employees involved with the contracted/agreed work have undertaken as a minimum the three levels of induction training, i.e. general industry (safety awareness) training, site specific training and work activity training as noted in the Safe Work Method Statement(s) specific to the contracted/agreed works.

5. MANAGING RISKS TO HEALTH AND SAFETY

White Spot  Cleaning Pty Ltd will comply with the Work Health & Safety Act 2011, Work Health & Safety Regulation 2011, relevant Codes of Practice management of risks and hazards in the workplace.

White Spot Cleaning Pty Ltd will identify and manage risks and hazards by;

identify hazards – find out what could cause harm

assess risks if necessary – understand the nature of the harm that could be caused bythe hazard, how serious the harm could be and the likelihood of it happening

control risks – implement the most effective control measure that is reasonably practicable in the circumstances, and

review control measures to ensure they are working as planned.

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6. REVIEW OF CONTROL MEASURES

White Spot Cleaning Pty Ltd will review and, as necessary revise control measures implemented under the Work Health & Safety Regulation 2011 and relevant Codes of Practice so as to maintain, so far as reasonably practicable, a work environment that is without risks to health and safety.

As part of the review process regular inspections will be conducted and recorded for reporting to all relevant persons

White Spot  Cleaning Pty Ltd will review and as necessary revise a control measure if;

  • the control measure does not control the risk it was implemented to control so far as reasonably practicable when;
  • the results of monitoring indicate the measure does not control the risk
  • a notifiable incident occurs because of the risk
  • before a change at the workplace that is likely to give rise to a new or different
    risk to health and safety
  • a new relevant hazard is identified
  • through consultation that a review is necessary
  • the WHSR or workers requests a review
  • the work environment changes and the controls in place may no longer be applicable to the risk or hazard.

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