ANSTO NUCLEAR MEDICINE Mo99 FACILITY CONSTRUCTION LICENCE SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "ANSTO NUCLEAR MEDICINE Mo99 FACILITY CONSTRUCTION LICENCE SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN"

Transcription

1 ANSTO Nuclear Medicine Facility Construction Licence Application Document ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D2 rev 0 ANSTO NUCLEAR MEDICINE Mo99 FACILITY CONSTRUCTION LICENCE SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN Prepared By Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation October 2013

2 REVISION SHEET Document ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D2 rev 0 Print name, date and sign or initial Revision Number Description of Revision Prepared Checked/ Reviewed Approved Client Agreement 0 Original issue ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D2 rev 0 page 2 of 8

3 CONTENTS 1 PURPOSE AND SCOPE SAFETY CULTURE ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS SAFE PREMISES, BUILDING AND EQUIPMENT COMPETENCY, TRAINING AND SUPERVISION VISITORS, CONTRACTORS AND OTHER PERSONS CONTROL OF HAZARDS DEVIATIONS, ANOMALIES, INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTS AUDITS AND REVIEW RECORDS AND REPORTING REFERENCES... 8 ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D2 rev 0 page 3 of 8

4 1 PURPOSE AND SCOPE The purpose of this Safety Management Plan is to describe the safety management arrangements that are in place within ANSTO relevant to the construction licence application of the ANSTO Nuclear Medicine Mo99 (ANM Mo99) facility at Lucas Heights, NSW. The scope of this plan is all safety and licensing issues in accordance with the ARPANS legislation (1, 2) and the ANSTO safety arrangements. It specifically covers the issues referred to in the ARPANSA licensing guidelines relating to the review of plans and arrangements (3). This plan should be read in conjunction with the other plans and supporting documents comprising the construction licence application, specifically the Radiation Protection Plan [ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D3] and the Emergency Plan [ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D6]. 2 SAFETY CULTURE ANSTO has a core value relating to safety, security and environmental sustainability safeguarding human health, ensuring high priority to safe and secure operations, and minimising our environmental footprint (4). Following from this, ANSTO is responsible for the safety of its workers and the public as outlined in the Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Policy (5). The ANM Mo99 project will formulate and execute the project activities in compliance with ANSTO Work Health and Safety Management System (WHSMS) which implement the safety requirements of the strategic plan and safety policy. The safety policy and safety arrangements are readily available to and accessed by staff on the ANSTO intranet and are subject to regular review. An aspect important to safety culture is that people have a questioning attitude and adopt a rigorous and prudent approach to work incorporating conservative decision making. Appropriate training and awareness instilled by safety briefings, toolbox talks, safety inspections and use of the STAR (Stop, Think, Act, Review) principle all help to engender such an approach to work. Another aspect important to safety culture is that the implementation of the safety requirements is not subject to inappropriate commercial pressures. In ANSTO the safety approval processes are clearly separated, with safety approvals given by the ANSTO Safety Assurance Committee (SAC). The ANSTO WHSMS has several layers of protection for staff, contractors and the environment. The ANSTO Standard Radiation Safety [AS2310] (6) has defence-in-depth as a main strategy. Some general examples of this approach are discussed below. A safety and risk assessment for the operational facility (7) has been conducted following the ANSTO Risk Analysis Matrix [AG-2395] (8). Good communication and consultation are central to providing a good safety culture. At the ANSTO organisational level, the CEO holds regular forums for all staff and promotes a safety theme. ANSTO Engineering and Capital Programs (ECP) division has a regular forum at which safety is discussed. There is significant consultation with workers in all aspects of safety through the Central Safety Consultative Forum, the Workgroup Health and Safety Committees, and the Health and Safety Representatives. All committees referred to here have terms of reference set out in the WHSMS. Safety indicators for activities and processes are monitored to improve operational and safety performance within the ECP Business Management System (BMS). The construction activities will be undertaken as described in the Construction Plan [ANM-Mo99-C-LA- C4c]. Safe Work Method and Environmental Statements (SWMES) will be developed by the contractors with the support of ANSTO staff where required. At the operational stage, activities are undertaken in accordance with the approved procedures. For non-routine activities SWMES will be developed and Radiation Protection Services staff and Work Health & Safety (WHS) Advisers give input to these documents. This process reduces the likelihood and potential consequences of any hazardous situations. All safety-related events / incidents are reported and investigated following the guide WHS Event Management System [AG-2372] (9). This process also captures near misses and promotes appropriate responses for improvements including identification of preventive and corrective actions. ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D2 rev 0 page 4 of 8

5 Safety issues and learning are communicated to staff in the following ways. Feedback to management occurs both informally and by reports, through line management and the Facility Officer. The Facility Officer monitors issues relating to the ARPANSA licence and reports to the Nominee on regulatory matters. Feedback on safety to staff occurs in several ways. Safety is discussed by the CEO at the regular ANSTO staff forums and it is discussed by the division heads at the regular division forums. An important means of providing safety information to staff is in the ANSTO staff intranet web page where key topics are regularly discussed. Health and Safety Services (HSS) staff hold regular meetings with groups to discuss issues and talk about safety. At the construction stage, toolbox talks led by supervisors and regular staff meetings provide learning on safety. At the organisation level, ANSTO conducts surveys on safety culture. The Work Health and Safety (WHS) section reports monthly on the events raised, their type, severity, as well as lost time frequency for workplace injury incidents. The WHS section gives monthly feedback on performance to divisions on safety training compliance and housekeeping inspections outcomes and compliance 3 ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS The safety regime in the safety policy is expanded principally in the work health and safety management arrangements in the ANSTO WHSMS. These are supplemented where needed by project arrangements. For the ANM Mo99 project a contract will be let for the Detailed Design and Construction (DD&C) work. This DD&C contractor will be required under the contract to comply with AS/NZS ISO 9001 for quality management, AS/NZS ISO for environmental management, and AS/NZS 4801 for occupational health and safety management. As part of compliance with these requirements, the DD&C contractor will produce a safety management plan and an environmental management plan which will nominate key roles including the site manager and site safety officer. Control of visitors is described later in this plan. The ANSTO staff member controlling their access is responsible for their safety. Entry is subject to the conditions of entry to the construction site as well as any other conditions imposed by ANSTO for visitors at LHSTC The arrangements for radiation protection and radiation safety are given in Radiation Safety [AS-2310] (6) and supporting practices which together form a comprehensive suite of arrangements consistent with international best practice. In this construction licence application, arrangements for the planning and control of exposure to radiation are described in the Radiation Protection Plan [ANM-Mo99-C-LA- D3]. ANSTO safety requirements are disseminated to staff and contractors, initially through mandatory safety training requirements. This includes induction training at both an enterprise and a local level, and activity and role based safety specific training. The safety requirements are reinforced by the supervisory arrangements which include toolbox talks and the Safe Working Method and Environment Statement (SWMES). 4 SAFE PREMISES, BUILDING AND EQUIPMENT The ANSTO ANM Mo99 facility building is designed to current modern standards specifically for the purpose of molybdenum-99 production. As part of the safety assessment processes during the design, the facility systems were categorised with respect to safety following the methodology given in Guidance on Categorisation of Structures, Systems and Components [AG2494] (10). The safety category 1 and 2 structures, systems and components will require a detailed safety assessment which will be submitted to SAC and ARPANSA under ARPANS Regulation 54. When constructed, the building will have a formal Building Owner and Building Manager as defined in Role of Building Manager [AG 3212] (11). The facility will also have in place for designated hazardous areas a delegated Area Supervisor as defined in the Role of Area Supervisor [AG 2952] (12) Areas within the building will be classified as red, blue or white for radiation and radiological contamination in accordance with Classification of Radiation and Contamination Areas [AG-2509] (13). The classification of areas and any subsequent changes will be made on the advice of the Radiation Protection Adviser. Local hazard noticeboards will be used to inform staff, contractors and visitors of hazards and controls in each area in accordance with Safety Hazard Notice Board Process [AG-2414] (14). ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D2 rev 0 page 5 of 8

6 The security provisions, including safe entry and exit from the site, are discussed later in this document and in the Security Plan [ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D5]. The responses required in the event of an emergency during construction are discussed in the Emergency Plan [ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D6]. 5 COMPETENCY, TRAINING AND SUPERVISION ANSTO has comprehensive processes which collectively ensure that potentially hazardous work is performed by and supervised by properly authorised and qualified staff. This starts with the recruitment process for staff and long-term contractors where selection is based on the technical and personal selection requirements for the role. The criteria include the qualifications, knowledge and experience appropriate for the work. Radiation Protection Services staff play an important safety role. Radiation Protection Advisers (RPA) are recruited with the necessary knowledge, skills and experience or are trained and authorised within ANSTO. The Health Physics Surveyors (HPS) are given comprehensive theoretical and practical training and are authorised within ANSTO. ANSTO is well recognised for its radiation training capability and the Radiation Consultancy & Training Services section offer external radiation safety courses. The Work Health & Safety (WHS) section provides advice on conventional work health and safety and provides non-radiation safety training, including induction for staff and contractors and safety training for supervisory staff. An overview is given in ANSTO WHS Training [AG-2363] (15). The full list of courses and the retraining period requirements is given in Work Health and Safety Training Needs Analysis [AG-2364] (16). The training requirements include courses on Contractor Supervisor Training and OHS Risk Management for Supervisors. Any workers required to do specialised tasks will be provided with task-specific training prior to their assignment to the job. A record of the safety training is maintained in the ANSTO training management system. 6 VISITORS, CONTRACTORS AND OTHER PERSONS ANSTO has a duty of care for the safety of non-ansto workers, including contractors and visitors. As noted earlier, contractors are treated in the same way as staff in terms of safety training and requirements and there are special arrangements for short-term contractors and visitors. The general provisions for site and building access are described here and in the separate Security Plan [ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D5]. Access to the Lucas Heights site is controlled by ANSTO Security and the Australian Federal Police through the ANSTO security swipe card system. Only trained staff and approved contractors are given unaccompanied access. Visitors must be escorted by ANSTO ID pass holders with escorting privileges as per the ANSTO Security Manual [AG 1028] (17). Entry into the radiation areas is through radiation / contamination barriers. Only trained staff and contractors with the appropriate safety and radiation training are given the access to swipe unaccompanied through these barriers. These arrangements are described in the Radiation Protection Plan [ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D3]. As referred to earlier in this plan, there are comprehensive safety training requirements in place for contractors and these are described in Work Health and Safety Training Needs Analysis [AG-2364] (16). For short-term contractors this includes contractor induction training and a radiation safety course. Prior to commencing work, contractors demonstrate their knowledge of the hazards and safety controls by their involvement in the preparation of the SWMES and their sign-off of these documents. Contractors demonstrate their knowledge of the general hazards in the area and the safety controls by their sign-off of the Safe Working Permit (SWP) before work. ANSTO employs contractor supervisors to liaise, inform and interface with construction contractors. Further to these general arrangements, the specific arrangements for the construction stage are described in the Construction Plan [ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D5] and the Security Plan [ANM-Mo99-C-LA- D5]. ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D2 rev 0 page 6 of 8

7 7 CONTROL OF HAZARDS ANSTO adheres to the requirements of the WHS Act 2011 including the identification and control of risks. Specifically the WHS Regulations 2011 require taking appropriate steps to identify all reasonably foreseeable hazards and risks arising from work which may affect the health, safety and welfare of workers and other persons working for or at ANSTO. The processes to do this are at several levels. During the construction stage of the ANM Mo99 facility, the project managers are responsible for safety. This includes identifying the hazards and assessing and controlling the associated risks and recording this in relevant documentation including SAC submissions, safety assessments and SWMES as required. The principle of hierarchy of controls is followed. The specific arrangements for controlling hazards on the construction site are described in the Safety Management Plan and Environmental Management Plan prepared by the contractor. All of the working level arrangements for the control of hazards are assessed and supplemented by the SAC review and approval process given in Operation of the Safety Assurance Committee (SAC) [AG-1094] (18). All documents in this licence application are included in the submission to the SAC. The SAC assessment process includes a review of the submission to ensure that the all of the ANSTO WHS requirements (not just those relevant to the ARPANS legislation) have been followed. 8 DEVIATIONS, ANOMALIES, INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTS Arrangements to deal with deviations, incidents and accidents during the construction licence stage are in the WHS management system and ECP project procedures. If potentially unsafe conditions are found or incidents occur during field work, these will be managed by the relevant manager following the ANSTO event reporting system described in Event Response Process [AG-2372] (19). This process captures safety near misses and deviations as well as incidents and accidents. The follow-up process involves an initial investigation by supervisory staff and a later review by the line manager or investigator with sign off by the division General Manager. All event reports are reviewed and recorded in the ANSTO system which is managed by WHS in the HR & WHS Human Resources and Workplace Health and Safety division. Outstanding event reports are monitored by key performance indicators prepared by WHS and reviewed regularly by ECP. In the unlikely case of an accident or injury, the emergency arrangements described in the ANM Mo99 Emergency Plan [ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D6] will be invoked. These provide for the initial response with progressive support by safety specialists and, if required, the external emergency services. The reporting and follow-up is through the event response process. The process for reporting to ARPANSA is described in Reporting to ARPANSA [AG-2376] (20). This requires reporting of any accidents involving a significant failure in the safety provisions within 24 hours and a subsequent written investigation report. The arrangements described here to deal with deviations, accidents and incidents are implemented in the ANSTO WHS Management System which is maintained under an ISO 9001 certification. 9 AUDITS AND REVIEW The requirements to audit and review both the safety management system and the implementation of the system in the work areas are documented in the WHSMS which is maintained under an ISO9001:2008 certification. This ensures regular management reviews and audits of the WHS systems and procedures. As described in section 4, the DD&C contractor will implement safety management and environmental management plans compliant with the appropriate standards. Under these arrangements there will be regular audits of safety and environmental performance. The radiation protection arrangements are described in the Radiation Protection Plan [ANM-Mo99-C- LA-D3]. The effectiveness of this plan will be monitored by the project team taking into account any incident reports. ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D2 rev 0 page 7 of 8

8 10 RECORDS AND REPORTING The ANSTO WHSMS are within the ANSTO certified ISO 9001:2008 systems and an ISO 14001:2004 system. This is important to ensure there is appropriate reporting and retention of records. General requirements for safety records are given in Control of Records [S-P-003] (21) which details the storage locations, retention periods and responsibilities for maintaining the records. The safety documents for construction, including the submission to SAC and the supporting documents will be stored in an ANSTO SAC file for the project and in project records. The safety training arrangements are described earlier in this plan. The training records are maintained by the WHS Training Officer following Work Health and Safety Training [AG-2363] (15). These are maintained in a database management system and this facilitates record retrieval and usage. The event reporting arrangements are described earlier in this plan. Event reports and records are maintained by WHS in the HR & WHS division. These records contain information on the incident, the follow-up investigation reports and summary information on any injuries. Summary information on each incident is entered into a database to facilitate retrieval of details, follow-up and closure. 11 REFERENCES 1 Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety (ARPANS) Act Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety (ARPANS) Regulations ARPANSA OS-LA-SUP-240B Regulatory Guide Plans and Arrangements for Managing Safety v4, January ANSTO Corporate Plan 5 ANSTO Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Policy, March ANSTO WHSMS AS-2310 Radiation Safety, August Ellis, B. ANSTO-T-TN , ANM Mo99 Operations Safety Assessment. ANSTO, ANSTO WHSMS AG-2395 Risk Analysis Matrix, December ANSTO WHSMS AG-2372 WHS Event Management System, November ANSTO WHSMS AG-2494 Guidance on Categorisation of Structures, Systems and Components, February ANSTO WHSMS AG 3212 Role of Building Manager 12 ANSTO WHSMS AG-2952 Role of Area Supervisor 13 ANSTO WHSMS AG-2509 Classification of Radiation and Contamination Areas, September ANSTO WHSMS AG-2414 Safety Hazard Notice Board Process, November ANSTO WHSMS AG-2363 ANSTO WHS Training, September ANSTO WHSMS AG-2364 WHS Courses and Retraining Requirements, January ANSTO AG 1028: ANSTO Security Manual 18 ANSTO WHSMS AG-1094 Operation of the Safety Assurance Committee (SAC) 19 ANSTO WHSMS AG 2372 Event Response Process, September ANSTO WHSMS AG-2376 Reporting to ARPANSA, September ANSTO SERA S-P-003 Control of Records, August 2009 ANM-Mo99-C-LA-D2 rev 0 page 8 of 8

ANSTO NUCLEAR MEDICINE Mo99 FACILITY SITING LICENCE SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN

ANSTO NUCLEAR MEDICINE Mo99 FACILITY SITING LICENCE SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN ANSTO Nuclear Medicine Facility Siting Licence Application Document ANM-Mo99-S-LA-D2 ANSTO NUCLEAR MEDICINE Mo99 FACILITY SITING LICENCE SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN Prepared By Australian Nuclear Science and

More information

INTERIM WASTE STORE CONSTRUCTION LICENCE EFFECTIVE CONTROL PLAN

INTERIM WASTE STORE CONSTRUCTION LICENCE EFFECTIVE CONTROL PLAN Interim Waste Store Construction Licence Application Document IWS-C-LA-D1 INTERIM WASTE STORE CONSTRUCTION LICENCE EFFECTIVE CONTROL PLAN (rev 2) Prepared By Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation

More information

SAFETY and HEALTH MANAGEMENT STANDARDS

SAFETY and HEALTH MANAGEMENT STANDARDS SAFETY and HEALTH STANDARDS The Verve Energy Occupational Safety and Health Management Standards have been designed to: Meet the Recognised Industry Practices & Standards and AS/NZS 4801 Table of Contents

More information

Benchmark OHS Consulting Pty Ltd Self Assessment WHS Audit Tool

Benchmark OHS Consulting Pty Ltd Self Assessment WHS Audit Tool Benchmark OHS Consulting Pty Ltd Self Assessment WHS Audit Tool This WHS Auditing System Tool is to be used as a self-assessment of YOUR COMPANY compliance with AS 4801 and the Work Health and Safety Act

More information

Qualification Outline

Qualification Outline Qualification Outline Diploma of Management BSB51107 Get it done. Get it done well Web: www.kneedeep.com.au/certification.html Phone: +61 8 7127 4885 Email: admin@kneedeep.com.au Address: Suite 203, Level

More information

AFTRS Health and Safety Risk Management Policy

AFTRS Health and Safety Risk Management Policy AFTRS Health and Safety Risk Management Policy Responsible Officer Contact Officer Authorisation Director, Corporate and Student Services Head of Human Resources Chief Executive Officer Effective Date

More information

HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM HEALTH SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM September 2011 OUR HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT POLICY OUR PRINCIPLE OF DUE CARE We care about the wellbeing of our people and our impact on the environment.

More information

Qualification Outline

Qualification Outline Qualification Outline Diploma of Business BSB50207 Get it done. Get it done well Web: www.kneedeep.com.au/certification.html Phone: +61 8 7127 4885 Email: admin@kneedeep.com.au Address: Suite 203, Level

More information

Printed Copies of this Document are Uncontrolled Refer to the Portal for the Latest Version TABLE OF CONTENTS

Printed Copies of this Document are Uncontrolled Refer to the Portal for the Latest Version TABLE OF CONTENTS Printed Copies of this Document are Uncontrolled Refer to the Portal for the Latest Version TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 PURPOSE 3 2 SCOPE 3 3 ABBREVIATIONS 3 4 DEFINITIONS 3 5 SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES 3 5.1 Executive

More information

Measuring your capabilities in Workplace Safety Management

Measuring your capabilities in Workplace Safety Management Working with business Measuring your capabilities in Workplace Safety Management ACC Workplace Safety Management Practices Audit Standards Contents Section 1 Audit standards for ACC s Workplace Safety

More information

Health and Safety Management Standards

Health and Safety Management Standards Health and Safety Management Standards Health and Safety Curtin University APR 2012 PAGE LEFT INTENTIONALLY BLANK Page 2 of 15 CONTENTS 1. Introduction... 4 1.1 Hierarchy of Health and Safety Documents...

More information

WHS Corrective & Preventative. Action Procedure V2.0

WHS Corrective & Preventative. Action Procedure V2.0 1. Overview The Wudinna District Council understands its obligation as a self insured employer to produce measurable continuous improvement outcomes in WHS and comply with legislative obligations. Part

More information

REGIONAL COUNCIL OF GOYDER. Work Health Safety and Injury Management Policy

REGIONAL COUNCIL OF GOYDER. Work Health Safety and Injury Management Policy Work Health Safety and Injury Management Policy Section: W Version No: 1.4 Adopted: 17/12/13 Next Review: Minutes Ref: 271/13 Responsibility: OHS & Risk Manager Note under 1.1: Organisational objectives

More information

Health and Safety Policy Part 1 Policy and organisation

Health and Safety Policy Part 1 Policy and organisation Health and Safety Policy Part 1 Policy and organisation ICO H&S Policy Policy and organisation, June 2014 Page 1 of 6 1. Scope 1.1 The Health and Safety policy applies to all employees of the Information

More information

Policy Work Health & Safety (WHS) (AUS)

Policy Work Health & Safety (WHS) (AUS) Policy Work Health & Safety (WHS) (AUS) Navitas Limited ACN 109 613 309 Document Document I.D. GHR-04-04P Responsibility Group General Manager Human Resources Initial Issue Date June 2011 Version Control

More information

Corporate Health and Safety Policy

Corporate Health and Safety Policy Corporate Health and Safety Policy Publication code: ED-1111-003 Contents Foreword 2 Health and Safety at Work Statement 3 1. Organisation and Responsibilities 5 1.1 The Board 5 1.2 Chief Executive 5 1.3

More information

The ANU OHS Strategic Plan 2011-2014 Report prepared for the OHS Policy Committee 23 February 2011

The ANU OHS Strategic Plan 2011-2014 Report prepared for the OHS Policy Committee 23 February 2011 The ANU OHS Strategic Plan 2011-2014 Report prepared for the OHS Policy Committee 23 February 2011 Len Tomlinson Associate Director Work Environment Group HR Division The ANU by 2014: The ANU OHS Strategic

More information

Work Health & Safety Policy Document Number: WH&S 023 003 Ver 1

Work Health & Safety Policy Document Number: WH&S 023 003 Ver 1 Work Health & Safety Policy Document Number: WH&S 023 003 Ver 1 Approved by: Senior Leadership Team Page 1 of 7 POLICY OWNER: Human Resources PURPOSE: To ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, that

More information

WHS-02 Safety Management System Procedure

WHS-02 Safety Management System Procedure Table of Contents Table of Contents... 1 1 Purpose... 3 2 Scope... 3 3 Roles and Responsibilities... 3 4 Definitions... 4 5 References... 5 6 Records... 5 7 Principles... 5 7.1 Safety Management Cycle...

More information

OHS Training Guidelines

OHS Training Guidelines 1. Introduction... 2 2. Legislative Requirements... 2 3. Definitions... 2 4. Responsibilities... 2 4.1. Senior Executive, Deans and Directors... 2 4.2. Management of Academic/Administrative Units... 3

More information

HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY AND PROCEDURES

HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY AND PROCEDURES HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY AND PROCEDURES 1 Introduction 1. The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 places a legal duty on the University to prepare and revise as often as may be appropriate, a written

More information

Policy Number: 054 Work Health and Safety July 2015

Policy Number: 054 Work Health and Safety July 2015 Policy Number: 054 Work Health and Safety July 2015 TRIM Ref: TD14/318 Policy Details 1. Owner Manager, Business Operations 2. Compliance is required by Staff, contractors and volunteers 3. Approved by

More information

OH&S Management Systems Audit Checklist (NAT, E3)

OH&S Management Systems Audit Checklist (NAT, E3) 3.1.2 3.1.1 Introduction OH&S Management Systems Audit Checklist (NAT, E3) This audit checklist is based on Element 3 (Implementation) of the National Self-Insurers OHS Audit Tool. For a full copy of the

More information

Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Control Management

Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Control Management The Paraplegic and Quadriplegic Association of SA Inc Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Control Management STATEMENT The Paraplegic and Quadriplegic Association of South Australia Incorporated

More information

CONTRACTOR SAFETY MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE

CONTRACTOR SAFETY MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE CONTRACTOR SAFETY MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE Version 1.0 TRIM file number Short description Relevant to Authority Responsible officer Responsible office Date introduced July 20, 2015 Date(s) modified June 11,

More information

COURSE INFORMATION BSB61015 Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management

COURSE INFORMATION BSB61015 Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management COURSE INFORMATION BSB61015 Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management What is the Australian Qualifications Framework? The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) establishes the quality of Australian

More information

Title: OHS Risk Management Procedure

Title: OHS Risk Management Procedure Issue Date: July 2011 Review Date: July 2013 Page Number: 1 of 9 1. Purpose: To outline the methodology by which Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) identifies, assesses, controls

More information

Project & Task Work Health and Safety Risk Management Procedure

Project & Task Work Health and Safety Risk Management Procedure Project & Task Work Health and Safety Risk Management Procedure Related Policy Work Health and Safety Policy Responsible Officer Executive Director Human Resources Approved by Executive Director Human

More information

Health, Safety and Environment Management System

Health, Safety and Environment Management System Health, Safety and Environment Management System For Bridgeport Energy Ltd Level 7, 111 Pacific Highway North Sydney 2011 June, 2010 DOCUMENT CONTROL Title: Document Number: Health, Safety and Environmental

More information

WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY AUDITING GUIDELINES

WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY AUDITING GUIDELINES UOW SAFE@WORK WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY AUDITING GUIDELINES HRD-WHS-GUI-213.8 WHS Auditing Guidelines 2016 September Page 1 of 17 Contents 1 Purpose... 1 2 Scope... 1 3 Definitions... 1 4 Responsibilities...

More information

Position Description

Position Description Position Description Position Title Human Resources Officer Position No 5023 Directorate Department Unit Appointment Type Chief Executive Officer Organisational Development Human Resources Permanent Full

More information

Corporate Health and Safety Policy

Corporate Health and Safety Policy Corporate Health and Safety Policy November 2013 Ref: HSP/V01/13 EALING COUNCIL Table of Contents PART 1: POLICY STATEMENT... 3 PART 2: ORGANISATION... 4 2.1 THE COUNCIL:... 4 2.2 ALLOCATION OF RESPONSIBILITY...

More information

Excavation & Trenching Procedure

Excavation & Trenching Procedure Excavation & Trenching 1. Overview The will ensure, as far as is reasonably practicable, that the conduct of work relating to excavation and trenching will not be harmful to the health and safety of employees

More information

AS/NZS 4801:2001. Safety Management Systems (SMS) Self-Assessment Checklist. Revision 1 (January 2014)

AS/NZS 4801:2001. Safety Management Systems (SMS) Self-Assessment Checklist. Revision 1 (January 2014) AS/NZS 4801:2001 Safety Management Systems (SMS) Self-Assessment Checklist This document restates the requirements of AS/NZS 4801:2001 for Safety Management Systems (SMS) and has been developed to assist

More information

PROGRAM INFORMATION CERTIFICATE IV IN WORK HEALTH & SAFETY (WORKSHOPS) Last Updated: 26.06.2015 ** Page 1 of 5

PROGRAM INFORMATION CERTIFICATE IV IN WORK HEALTH & SAFETY (WORKSHOPS) Last Updated: 26.06.2015 ** Page 1 of 5 Last Updated: 26.06.2015 ** Page 1 of 5 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety (BSB41415) is a nationally accredited qualification. Participants: This course is aimed at those currently working in the

More information

WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY AUDITING GUIDELINES

WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY AUDITING GUIDELINES WHS UNIT WORKPLACE HEALTH AND SAFETY AUDITING GUIDELINES Contents 1 Purpose... 1 2 Scope... 1 3 Definitions... 1 4 Responsibilities... 1 4.1 WHS Unit... 1 4.2 Auditor(s)... 1 4.3 Managers of Faculties

More information

Management Standards and Expectations

Management Standards and Expectations Health, Safety, Security and Environmental Management System Management Standards and take c&re of yourself, others and the environment Health, Safety, Security and Environment Policy E.ON Climate & Renewables

More information

Health and Safety Policy and Procedures

Health and Safety Policy and Procedures Health and Safety Policy and Procedures Health & Safety Policy & Procedures Contents s REVISION AND AMENDMENT RECORD : Summary of Change Whole Policy 4.0 05 Nov 08 Complete re-issue Whole Policy 4.1 10

More information

Release 1. BSBWHS508A Manage WHS hazards associated with plant

Release 1. BSBWHS508A Manage WHS hazards associated with plant Release 1 BSBWHS508A Manage WHS hazards associated with plant BSBWHS508A Manage WHS hazards associated with plant Modification History Release Release 1 Comments This Unit first released with BSB07 Business

More information

SHEFFIELD TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT TO THE TRUST HEALTHCARE GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE

SHEFFIELD TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT TO THE TRUST HEALTHCARE GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE SHEFFIELD TEACHING HOSPITALS NHS FOUNDATION TRUST EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT TO THE TRUST HEALTHCARE GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE I TO BE HELD ON MONDAY 26 NOVEMBER 2012 Subject: Supporting Director: Author: Status

More information

WHS DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE

WHS DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE 1. OVERVIEW The purpose of this procedure is to provide minimum standards for how The Flinders Ranges Council will maintain its WHS management system documentation so that documents are drafted, maintained,

More information

CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. Traffic Management Policy

CONTROLLED DOCUMENT. Traffic Management Policy CONTROLLED DOCUMENT CATEGORY: CLASSIFICATION: PURPOSE Controlled Number: Document Version Number: 1 Controlled Sponsor: Controlled Lead: Approved By: On: Document Document Policy Governance To set out

More information

DIT HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICE

DIT HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICE DIT HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICE POLICY TITLE: Policy on Health and Safety Training for Staff REVISION NO.: 3 NUMBER OF PAGES: 14 DATE OF ISSUE: Adopted by DIT Health & Safety Committee 22 nd November 2011

More information

RISK MANAGEMENT POLICY

RISK MANAGEMENT POLICY RISK MANAGEMENT POLICY 1. Purpose The purpose of the Risk Management Policy is to embed risk management as part of the culture of AFTRS where a shared understanding of risk leads to well-informed decision

More information

OH&S MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CHECKLIST - AS 4801:2001 (STATUS A = Acceptable; N = Not Acceptable; N/A = Not Applicable)

OH&S MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CHECKLIST - AS 4801:2001 (STATUS A = Acceptable; N = Not Acceptable; N/A = Not Applicable) OH&S MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CHECKLIST - AS 4801:2001 (STATUS A = Acceptable; N = Not Acceptable; N/A = Not Applicable) 4.1 General Requirements 4.2 OHS policy Has the organisation an established and maintained

More information

Measuring your capabilities in Fleet Safety Management ACC Fleet Saver

Measuring your capabilities in Fleet Safety Management ACC Fleet Saver Measuring your capabilities in Fleet Safety Management ACC Fleet Saver Audit Standard 29 May 2014 Table of Contents Page 2 1. Getting Started...3 2. Critical element 1: Registered Owner Commitment to Safety

More information

Six steps to Occupational Health and Safety

Six steps to Occupational Health and Safety Six steps to Occupational Health and Safety This booklet gives basic guidelines for workplace health and safety systems to help industry in NSW comply with the "duty of care" principle outlined in the

More information

Asbestos Policy. Ymddiriedolaeth GIG Gwasanaethau Ambiwlans Cymru Welsh Ambulance Service (NHS) Trust. November 2007. All Staff.

Asbestos Policy. Ymddiriedolaeth GIG Gwasanaethau Ambiwlans Cymru Welsh Ambulance Service (NHS) Trust. November 2007. All Staff. Appendix 1 Ymddiriedolaeth GIG Gwasanaethau Ambiwlans Cymru Welsh Ambulance Service (NHS) Trust Asbestos Policy Approved by Date Review Date Target Audience Trust Board November 2007 November 2008 All

More information

Health, safety and environment policy and management arrangements

Health, safety and environment policy and management arrangements Health, safety and environment policy and management arrangements An overview of how Rolls-Royce Group plc delivers its policy commitments on health, safety and environment Issue 6 October 2006 Contents

More information

WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY

WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY SCOPE POLICY Work Health and Safety System Work Health and Safety Objectives Roles and Responsibilities Executive Responsibilities Manager Responsibilities Worker Responsibilities

More information

RISK MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK

RISK MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK RISK MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK DOCUMENT INFORMATION DOCUMENT TYPE: DOCUMENT STATUS: POLICY OWNER POSITION: INTERNAL COMMITTEE ENDORSEMENT: APPROVED BY: Strategic document Approved Manager Organisational Development

More information

Hazard/Incident Recording, Reporting and Investigation

Hazard/Incident Recording, Reporting and Investigation Hazard/Incident Recording, Reporting and Investigation Power and Water Corporation Procedure 1 Purpose... 1 2 Scope... 1 3 References... 2 4 Roles and Responsibilities... 2 5 Definitions... 6 6 Records...

More information

Jonathan Wilson. Sector Manager (Health & Safety)

Jonathan Wilson. Sector Manager (Health & Safety) Jonathan Wilson Sector Manager (Health & Safety) OHSAS 18001:2007 Making Life Easier For Health & Safety Managers Workshop Agenda 1. Introduction 2. Why Manage Health & Safety 3. OHSAS 18001 and OHSMS

More information

WHS DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE

WHS DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE 1. Overview The purpose of this procedure is to provide standards for how the District Council of Peterborough will maintain its WHS management system documentation so that documents are drafted, maintained,

More information

To establish a process to control all UON Health and Safety Management System Framework

To establish a process to control all UON Health and Safety Management System Framework UON Health and Safety Procedure: HSP 9.1 Records, Documents and Document Control 1. Purpose To establish a process to control all UON Health and Safety Management System Framework policies, elements, procedures,

More information

The process of documenting knowledge and skills, usually in measurable terms. Person who assesses a participant to determine level of competence.

The process of documenting knowledge and skills, usually in measurable terms. Person who assesses a participant to determine level of competence. WHS UNIT WHS TRAINING GUIDELINES Contents 1 Introduction... 2 2 Legislative Requirements... 2 3 Definitions... 2 4 Responsibilities... 3 4.1 Senior Executive, Deans and Directors... 3 4.2 Management of

More information

Preparation of a Rail Safety Management System Guideline

Preparation of a Rail Safety Management System Guideline Preparation of a Rail Safety Management System Guideline Page 1 of 99 Version History Version No. Approved by Date approved Review date 1 By 20 January 2014 Guideline for Preparation of a Safety Management

More information

District Council of Cleve

District Council of Cleve 1. Overview The purpose of this procedure is to provide minimum standards for how the District Council of Cleve will maintain its WHS management system documentation so that documents are drafted, maintained,

More information

The Workplace Fleet Safety System ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Workplace Fleet Safety System ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The Workplace Fleet Safety System ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Queensland Transport would like to thank all the fleet operators in Queensland who provided valuable information in preparing and developing the Workplace

More information

Accident/Incident Investigation & Reporting Procedure

Accident/Incident Investigation & Reporting Procedure Accident/Incident Investigation & 1. Overview The recognises its obligation to ensure that all accidents and incidents are reported, recorded and investigated. We are committed to identifying corrective

More information

Corporate Health and Safety Policy Issue 9

Corporate Health and Safety Policy Issue 9 Corporate Health and Safety Policy Issue 9 July 2011 1 Contents Foreword by the Chief Executive 3 1. General health and safety policy statement 4 a Our responsibilities 5 b Health and safety management

More information

OHSMS Implementation Guide

OHSMS Implementation Guide OHSMS Implementation Guide Developed by the Employee Health Unit, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and Marsh Pty Ltd. Published by the Employee Health Unit, Department of Education

More information

Guide Document for Development of WHS Management Plans

Guide Document for Development of WHS Management Plans DISCLAIMER: THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED AS GUIDANCE TO ASSIST CONTRACTORS IN MEETING THEIR OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE WHS LAW AND NTG CONTRACTS. NTG DOES NOT ACCEPT ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE CONTENTS OF CONTRACTORS

More information

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. TITLE: FIELD MAINTENANCE MANAGER 2. CLASSIFICATION: SENIOR EXECUTIVE OFFICER (SEO) 3. DEPARTMENT: OPERATIONS 4. POSITION OBJECTIVES: 4.1. Objectives of Position: 4.1.1. To manage and provide direction

More information

Work Health and Safety. Seven Steps for Small Business

Work Health and Safety. Seven Steps for Small Business Work Health and Safety Seven Steps for Small Business Work health and safety (WHS) is a key management responsibility for every small business. South Australia s WHS laws took effect on 1 January 2013.

More information

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY: INCIDENT AND INJURY REPORTING ERJ 6.28.1

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY: INCIDENT AND INJURY REPORTING ERJ 6.28.1 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY: INCIDENT AND INJURY REPORTING ERJ 6281 INTRODUCTION The Edmund Rice Justice Aotearoa New Zealand Trust recognises that the health and safety of its employees is a

More information

CCG CO11 Moving and Handling Policy

CCG CO11 Moving and Handling Policy Corporate CCG CO11 Moving and Handling Policy Version Number Date Issued Review Date V2 06/11/2015 01/10/2017 Prepared By: Consultation Process: Formally Approved: 05/11/2015 Governance Manager, North

More information

Position Description

Position Description Position Description POSITION TITLE Risk and Compliance Coordinator POSITION NO 500024 DIRECTORATE DEPARTMENT UNIT REPORTS TO Corporate Services Organisational Development Risk and Compliance Manager Organisational

More information

Health, Security, Safety and Environment (HSE)

Health, Security, Safety and Environment (HSE) Health, Security, Safety and Environment (HSE) Content: 1 Objective 2 Application and Scope 21 Application of HSE Directive with underlying documents 22 Scope of HSE Management system 3 Framework for our

More information

POSITION DESCRIPTION. Manager Youth Education, Training & Employment Support Services Class

POSITION DESCRIPTION. Manager Youth Education, Training & Employment Support Services Class POSITION DESCRIPTION Date 31 January 2014 Position Title Team Leader Talking Realities Organisation UnitingCare West Reports to Manager Youth Education, Training & Employment Support Services Class Level

More information

THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SAFETY PROGRAM GUIDE

THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SAFETY PROGRAM GUIDE THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SAFETY PROGRAM GUIDE December 2013 Electrical Hazard Warning Sign Disclaimer Whilst this guide endeavours to provide general information on work health and safety issues relating

More information

4.05e WHS Guidelines for Incident Investigation Procedures Page 1 of 7

4.05e WHS Guidelines for Incident Investigation Procedures Page 1 of 7 Page 1 of 7 1 Purpose It is a legal requirement under the NSW Work Health and Safety Act 2011 and NSW Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011 to identify hazards, assess the risk of those hazards, implement

More information

Asbestos Policy ASBESTOS POLICY. Version 2 / Jun 2015 Page 1 of 11 Asbestos Policy

Asbestos Policy ASBESTOS POLICY. Version 2 / Jun 2015 Page 1 of 11 Asbestos Policy ASBESTOS POLICY Version 2 / Jun 2015 Page 1 of 11 Asbestos Policy This is a controlled document. It should not be altered in any way without the express permission of the author or their representative.

More information

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure JOB AND PERSON SPECIFICATION

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure JOB AND PERSON SPECIFICATION Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure JOB AND PERSON SPECIFICATION Title of Position: Senior Project Manager Directorate: Public Transport Services Classification Code: ASO7 Branch/Section:

More information

Health and Safety Policy

Health and Safety Policy Health and Safety Policy October 2014 1 October 2014 Contents: Introduction 1. STATEMENT OF INTENT AND POLICY OBJECTIVES 2. RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY 2.1 The Director

More information

WHS Contractor Management Procedure

WHS Contractor Management Procedure Wudinna District Council 1. Overview Wudinna District Council as part of its commitment under its Policy recognises its obligation to: Ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety

More information

Safety Management System (SMS) Guidelines

Safety Management System (SMS) Guidelines Safety Management System (SMS) Guidelines Pursuant to section 9D (2) (c) of the Passenger Transport Act 1990 For Bus and Coach Operators in NSW Roads and Maritime Services Level 5, 27-31 Argyle Street

More information

Position Description

Position Description Position Description Title Coordinator Financial Accounting Directorate Finance & Corporate Planning Department Corporate Services Location Camberwell Offices Classification Band 7 Position code CRFIFAXXTLR

More information

People and Business Division comprises four directorates: Investment Services, Information Services, Customer Experience and People and Performance.

People and Business Division comprises four directorates: Investment Services, Information Services, Customer Experience and People and Performance. Role Statement TITLE OF POSITION: CLASSIFICATION LEVEL: Regulatory Compliance Officer OPS4 Organisation Overview The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) serves the South Australian

More information

EAST AYRSHIRE COUNCIL. No Goals Target Date Progress & Comments

EAST AYRSHIRE COUNCIL. No Goals Target Date Progress & Comments Page 1 of 18 No Goals Target Date Progress & Comments OBJECTIVE 1 - ENCOURAGING A POSITIVE SAFETY CULTURE INVOLVING ALL EMPLOYEES ACTION AREA 1.1 - Services will ensure the implementation of corporate

More information

Asbestos Removal and Assessor Licensing Information

Asbestos Removal and Assessor Licensing Information Asbestos Removal and Assessor Licensing Information January 2013 Version 1.0 - GB366 1 2 Contents Introduction 5 Why you need a licence 5 Why you need to notify 5 Licence types 5 Class A asbestos removal

More information

AUDIT STANDARDS EFFECTIVE FROM 1 APRIL 2002 ACC 440

AUDIT STANDARDS EFFECTIVE FROM 1 APRIL 2002 ACC 440 AUDIT STANDARDS EFFECTIVE FROM 1 APRIL 2002 ACC 440 What s new? These are the ACC Partnership Programme audit standards effective from 1 April 2002. They replace the audit standards released by ACC in

More information

WHS LEGISLATIVE COMPLIANCE GUIDELINES

WHS LEGISLATIVE COMPLIANCE GUIDELINES WHS LEGISLATIVE COMPLIANCE GUIDELINES CONTENTS 1 Introduction... 2 2 Scope... 2 3 Responsibilities... 2 3.1 Manager WHS Unit... 2 3.2 Management of Faculties, Divisions and Research Institutes... 2 4 Maintaining

More information

The Electrical Contractor Safety Program Guide

The Electrical Contractor Safety Program Guide The Electrical Contractor Safety Program Guide September 2013 Electrical Hazard Warning Sign Disclaimer Whilst this guide endeavors to provide general information on work health and safety issues relating

More information

Procedure. Work Health and Safety Contractor Management. Document number: PRO-00808. Rev no. Description Process Owner Approved for issue

Procedure. Work Health and Safety Contractor Management. Document number: PRO-00808. Rev no. Description Process Owner Approved for issue Procedure Work Health and Safety Contractor Management Document number: PRO-00808 This document is the property of Seqwater. It must not be copied or reproduced in any way whatsoever without the authority

More information

Occupational Health and Safety Manual

Occupational Health and Safety Manual Occupational Health and Safety Manual OHSAS 18001:2007 Written/Updated: May 2014 Review: May 2016 Lead: Site Manager Via: Finance and Premises Contents 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Organisation Description 1.2

More information

Policy (Board Approved)

Policy (Board Approved) Policy (Board Approved) Legal and Regulatory Compliance Policy Document Number GOV-POL-20 1.0 Policy Statement Stanwell is committed to and conducts its business activities lawfully and in a manner that

More information

WHS CONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE

WHS CONTRACTOR MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE 1. Overview The Port Augusta City Council as part of its commitment under its WHS Contractor Management policy, recognises its obligation to: Ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and

More information

BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety. Course Overview

BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety. Course Overview BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety Course Overview Table of Contents Table of Contents... 1 1. Welcome... 2 1.1 VCCI Team... 2 2. BSB41415 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety... 2 2.1

More information

Corporate Health and Safety Policy

Corporate Health and Safety Policy Corporate Health, Safety & Wellbeing Service Corporate Health and Safety Policy Contents 1. Introduction... 2 2. Policy Statement... 2 3. Scope... 3 4. Definition of Manager... 4 5. Responsibilities...

More information

JOB AND PERSON SPECIFICATION

JOB AND PERSON SPECIFICATION JOB AND PERSON SPECIFICATION Position Title: Registered Nurse and or Midwife Classification Code: Registered Nurse and or Midwife (Level 1) Division: Mid North Health Branch: Orroroo Health Service Type

More information

Background: POSITION DESCRIPTION. Position Number: 3005. Facilities & Infrastructure, MUSUL Services. Classification Level: Professional Level 6

Background: POSITION DESCRIPTION. Position Number: 3005. Facilities & Infrastructure, MUSUL Services. Classification Level: Professional Level 6 POSITION DESCRIPTION Position Number: 3005 Position Title: Division: Department: Employment Status: Operations Coordinator Facilities & Infrastructure, MUSUL Services Facilities & Infrastructure Full Time,

More information

SAFETY AND SUSTAINABILITY POLICY

SAFETY AND SUSTAINABILITY POLICY SAFETY AND SUSTAINABILITY POLICY We follow Safety and Environment laws and best practice so we can be the best and be a leader in this area. We want to do all we can to ensure we work safely, protect the

More information

Executive Director Human Resources Approved by

Executive Director Human Resources Approved by Staff Induction & Training - Work Health and Safety Procedure Related Policy Work Health and Safety Policy Responsible Officer Executive Director Human Resources Approved by Executive Director Human Resources

More information

HSR TRAINING COURSE 2 DAYS

HSR TRAINING COURSE 2 DAYS HSR TRAINING COURSE 2 DAYS Page 1 of 9 Introduction This Level Three Initial 2 day HSR Training Course aims to add and extend to the range of skills and knowledge acquired in the 5 day and 3 day initial

More information

Occupational Health & Safety Policy Injury & Incident Reporting

Occupational Health & Safety Policy Injury & Incident Reporting Occupational Health & Safety Policy Injury & Incident Reporting Policy number 46 Version 1 Approved by board on 6 June 2014 Responsible person President Review date June 2016 Introduction Living Positive

More information

Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment And Control Procedure

Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment And Control Procedure Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment And Control Procedure 1. Purpose 1.1 To ensure that there is a formal process for hazard identification, risk assessment and control to effectively manage hazards

More information

Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Control Procedure

Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Control Procedure Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Control Procedure 1. Purpose To ensure that there is a formal process for hazard identification, risk assessment and control to effectively manage workplace and

More information

Construction and Civil Work Management

Construction and Civil Work Management STANDARD LME-12:001901 Uen Rev A Contents 1 Introduction... 3 2 Definitions... 3 3 Requirements... 4 3.1 General... 4 3.2 Responsibilities... 4 3.3 OHS Safety Plan... 5 3.4 Start of Construction Phase...

More information

TfNSW Standard Requirements TSR T Technical Management

TfNSW Standard Requirements TSR T Technical Management Template Applicable to: Transport Projects Quality Management System Status: Division: Approved Transport Projects Version: 5.0 Desksite No.: 3455797_1 Date of issue: 1 July 2014 Effective date: 1 July

More information