An Introductory Guide to Workplace Safety
This 32 page WHS Instruction Manual, An Introductory Guide to Workplace Safety, has been prepared to provide a step by step guide in customising and implementing your own Work Health and Safety (WHS) Management System and making it specific and relevant to your business.
Many business owners feel overwhelmed by implementing a WHS Management System in their business. They feel it is too big a task and then justify why they don’t need it. If you look at the big picture of having a completed system implemented into your business it’s not surprising you feel overwhelmed.
What if you approached implementing your WHS Management System the same way you learnt your trade or completed any other large project, one step at a time. You learnt on the job, did some study, had mentors and each day you learnt more and practiced what you learnt.
WHS Management is as simple as identifying the hazards in your workplace and taking practical measures to prevent the associated risks causing injury or illness. Going about this is also simple if you approach it in a systematic way and continue to implement and improve your system each day.
Occupational Safety Solutions' WHS Instruction Manual, An Introductory Guide to Workplace Safety, includes the following topics designed to assist you to implement your own WHS Management System:
- Why have a WHS Management System?
- Getting Started
- Workplace Consultation
- Roles and Responsibilities
- WHS Policies
- Risk Management
- Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS)
- Emergency Response Procedures
- First Aid
- Incident and Injury Management
- Record, Review and Improve
- Record Keeping
The WHS Instruction Manual, An Introductory Guide to Workplace Safety, is included in our WHS Management Systems or can be purchased separately.
WHS Instruction Manual Features include:
- Instant Download
- PDF format