The work health and safety regimes in place across Australia can present a significant management challenge. Their complexity as well as the specifics of compliance can be expensive, time-consuming, contribute to resource waste, and if not met, can result in significant fines, penalties and litigation costs. Using our WHS Management Plans can usually resolve many of those problem areas. Our plans make your workplace not only safer, but also more profitable.
We all know the adage: there is no point in reinventing the wheel. This is true elsewhere. It is just as true for the workplace. There are savings to be made, profit to be attained and work safety to be enjoyed. The wisdom that is demonstrated by investing in a safety management plan template seems obvious. However, there are some particular aspects of choosing and using a template that you should know.
WHS or OHS? That answer is guided by geography. The second is even easier! Read on to quickly learn what you need to know, and access an efficient, effective and cost effective solution.
Safety in the work place is important not only to the employees working, but to the company as well. When creating a Safety Management Plan there are 8 components that should always be included.
One of our directors was recently asked, “Why would I invest money in paying for your template, when there are free ones out there online?” The answer came quickly and effortlessly, so much so that we thought it worth sharing.
At Occupational Safety Solutions we design our products with the end user in mind. We are not a subscription or membership service: you pay for what you need and you can reuse your solutions as often as you like.
Trying to decide what plan you need? We have three plan types on this site and additional plans at our parent site (www.occupational-safety.com.au).