Many construction workplaces are multi-employer sites. Contractors make up a sizeable proportion of workers in this industry. Workers in the construction industry face an enormous amount of hazards and construction sites can be amongst the most dangerous workplaces to work at or to visit. Workers have died and have been seriously injured, and will continue to do so even though the accidents and incidents leading to this tragedy are preventable.
The impact of the new Work Health and Safety (National Uniform Legislation) Act ensures that work health and safety regulators take a nationally consistent approach to compliance and enforcement.
HSEMA can provide practical solutions to assist you to effectively manage work health and safety on your work site.
Some of the products and services developed by HSEMA include:
- Mapping and development of Workplace Health & Safety Management Systems that conform to National Harmonised Legislation
- Mapping and development Workplace Health and Safety Risk Management Programs
- Development of Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) and Work Instructions
- Development of Policies and Procedures
- Emergency Plans and Procedures
- Tools and Checklists
- Project Management Plans
- AS4801 implementation and entry in to the Australian Federal Safety Accreditation Scheme
- Accident and incident investigation
- Workplace induction
- Site engagement, inspection and reporting
- Toolbox Talks
- Plant management systems