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How to Lead a 2020 WHS Policies and Procedures Revival (Part 1)

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Life-saving behaviours can become mundane - and then things get dangerous. Fast! 

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Safety Procedures Help Your People and Your Profit

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Safe operating procedures can help your people and your profit, but this won’t happen without deliberate decisions and strategic action. To see people and profits improve, we must think about safety procedures in a helpful way, support people with constructive work-culture, and equip them with easy to use resources. In this article, we’re going to consider all three actions. This can be a self-serving process. When we help you, you are better able to help your people, and your people help your bottom line. Perhaps the idea that safe work procedures can improve your bottom line (rather than drain it)...

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Bring on the Questions - WHS Procedures is ALL We Do

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Should you phone before purchasing? If you have experience with Safe Work Procedures or templated WHS procedures, you can probably go it alone. If not, it's best to make the call. With more than 8,000 orders and 6,000 clients, we’ve earned a 99.7% (evidence-backed) Customer Satisfaction Rate. That didn’t happen by accident. In this article we’ll discuss when calling first is the smart thing to do, and why you can trust in the answers you get. In an age when many executives work hard to avoid direct client contact, I welcome it. I’m hands-on when it comes to clients, and I do not employ...

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What is the difference between a WHS Management System and a WHS Management Plan?

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Systems and Plans from Occupational Safety Solution are cost-effective, fully compliant, fully supported and easy to use. The feedback we receive is consistently positive. 

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A Safe Work Procedure for Respirable Crystalline Silica (RCS)

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Whether you know it as RCS, Silica Dust, Crystalline Silica or Respirable Crystalline Silica - this stuff is nasty! It's a hazardous agent and has received a renewed focus of late. In response, we've made changes to 21 of our SWMS templates. If you've purchased any of these in the last six months, you'll have received free upgrades by now. Let's look at this 'nasty' and learn what we can do about it. Respirable Crystalline Silica is 100 times smaller than a grain of sand. That's less than tiny! You could inhale a bucketful and not even know it. If...

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