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How to avoid burns at work
Every June, Burns Awareness Month focuses on raising awareness about burn injuries and their prevention. Spearheaded by Kidsafe, Australia's foremost child injury prevention organisation, this campaign partners with the Australian and New Zealand Burns Association (ANZBA) to educate the public on burn prevention and first aid.Safe Work Australia r…
Managing Contractors on Construction Sites: 10 Essential OHS Strategies
Managing contractors on construction sites poses unique challenges, from communication gaps to conflicting procedures. However, contractors are responsible for ensuring the safety of workers and subcontractors.In Australia, contractors have specific WHS Duties to protect the health and safety of their workers. This responsibility highlights the importa…
EOFY Safety Checklist: Invest in Safety, Reap the Rewards
EOFY isn’t just about number-crunching; it’s an opportunity to invest strategically in the long-term success of your business. While upgrading equipment or marketing might be at the top of your mind, don’t overlook the power of investing in workplace safety.Let’s be honest, keeping up with ever-changing OHS regulations, creating clear safety procedures…
Understanding the Need for Quality Management Systems in Australia
Quality is the degree to which a product or service meets the customer's needs or expectations. In simple words, quality is about meeting or exceeding expectations. Therefore, a Quality Management System (QMS) is needed to achieve and retain quality in an organisation.What is Meant by a Quality Management System?A quality management system (QMS) is…
Streamline HR Management in Small Business: The Essential Top 10 HR Documents
Small businesses make up a substantial share of the Australian economy’s output, employment, and income, accounting for around one-third of total employment. Yet, these enterprises often operate with limited resources and personnel, making it tempting to neglect human resource management. Ignoring human resource management, however, can lead to various…
Excavation Safety: Best Work Practices for Excavation Operations
Excavation work poses a multitude of dangers to workers. Some of the most common injuries stem from mobile plant incidents, contact with buried services, and being hit by moving objects, but other prevalent risks include:Being hit by falling objectsSlide or cave-insBeing trapped between stationary and moving objectsAddressing work-related injury is cru…
Safety in Automotive Workshops: Guide for Repair and Servicing Environments
Think of the tools, machinery, and substances in a typical automotive workshop. The potential for accidents is all around, from heavy lifts and power tools to chemicals and fumes. That's why a proactive approach to safety is crucial. By understanding the risks and implementing the right safeguards, you can create a workshop where everyone works with c…
Working on Farms in Australia: Safety Guide for Farmers
Farming can be rewarding and challenging, but whether it's considered a safe job depends on various factors. Working on Farms involves heavy machinery, animals, and sometimes hazardous chemicals. This can pose a range of risks to farmer's health and safety. However, with proper training, equipment, and safety protocols in place, the risks of farm work…
Air Conditioning Installation: Safe Work Practices
Air conditioning installation is complex and demands careful attention to safety. From pressurised components and refrigerants to electrical wiring and ductwork, there's plenty that can go wrong. This guide will help you navigate the installation process safely and effectively.What's Involved in AC Installation?Before we dive into the best practices, l…