SO WHY THE EGGS?

What we do and 
about those eggs​…

Eggs are one of nature’s most extraordinary designs. They’re immensely strong. In fact, you can lay down a bed of eggs,  dome up, and then walk across them. If all the eggs are correctly aligned, they’ll support your weight. Yet, eggs are also among nature’s most fragile creations. All it takes is one tiny, hair-line crack to totally destroy the integrity of the design. And if that egg fails during your ‘egg walk’, there is a very high probability that all the eggs around it will also fail. 

We see a strong correlation between eggs and safety in the workplace.  As long as all your procedures are in place, ​and followed​, the risk of ‘breakages’ is minimised. And if an incident does occur, it can be contained because  everyone knows what to do. But if those systems and procedures are not in place, or nor adhered to, a hair-line crack could bring your entire organization down.

Practical Compliance

A sound Health and Safety Management System and Plan are not about wrapping every egg in cotton wool. It’s about the concept of practical compliance. We recognise that businesses need flexibility and the freedom to operate profitably. They can’t do that by entirely eliminating risk from the workplace. In fact, we’d argue that’s impossible. But a sound Health and Safety Plan ​does​ minimise risk to an acceptable level. The plan identifies and contains those risks that could otherwise bring your business down.  Our role is to help you identify those risks that must be contained as well as those risks that are deemed to be acceptable in the normal course of business.    (Back to Quick Links)

Practical Safety Management Systems

Every business is different.  Every business has its own challenges and unique environment.  We provide practical, relevant safety management systems and plans for your business.  Of course there will be some topics such as due diligence, risk management, fire safety , manual tasks and ergonomics that apply to all businesses.  There will be other topics which are only specific to your business.  We’ve seen many plans that bury practicalities under reams of irrelevant paperwork. Quite simply, you should only be seeing – and managing, information pertaining and relevant to your business.  Our focus and skillset is about custom designing  appropriate solutions at an acceptable and reasonable cost. (Back to Quick Links)

Specialised Consultancy

We provide both ongoing and single consultancy services to our clients, according to their needs.  These consultancies can cover the full gamut from review and verification of health and safety implementation to incident investigations, chemical and plant management, emergency and disaster management, noise, lighting, EMF, asbestos, dust monitoring or just filling the gap in absence of  a health and safety consultant.  (Back to Quick Links)

Audits and Hazard inspections

This is one of our major strengths.  We provide hazard identification inspection and audits to our clients.  Our reports provide you with the most practical approach to manage these hazards.  We develop the plan in consultation with you to suit your business.  We are also able to undertake all types of occupational health and safety audits.  Some examples include  the National audit tool (especially for Enforceable undertakings),  Tri – Safe ,  SafetyMaps, AS 4801, AS 4804, AS 31000, AS 9001, AS 14001,  AS 18001,  Radiation safety,  Chemical safety, Plant safety, Fire safety and Laboratory safety audits.  (Back to Quick Links)

Training and Inductions

Inductions are the first real opportunity for an employee to get to know your business and your safety procedures and expectations. Inductions may be in a class room, online and/or onsite. We can undertake and develop these induction programs for your business.  

If you already have an induction program we can provide a validation service or simply deliver your inductions for you.  Third party delivery often creates a more rigorous and consistent delivery and can even enhance a safe culture. We are able to design and/or develop and/or deliver all health and safety related training for your business.  (Back to Quick Links)

Documents, Risk Assessments, Manuals, Plans and more

Are you short on documentation or unsure if what you do have is compliant and/or relevant? We design and deliver comprehensive, appropriate health and safety documents for businesses of all sizes. We can identify gaps and provide further documentation if required.  We can also develop Safe Work Method Statements,  job safety analysis, risk assessments, health and safety manuals,  construction safety management plans, environmental safety management plans, emergency management plans and anything else required by law or common-sense. 

 Are your registers being maintained? We are qualified and capable of developing and maintaining registers for businesses of any size… from one employee to 10,000!  (Back to Quick Links)

Targeted guidance

If there’s one thing we’ve learned well over the past 20 years, it’s that there is no ‘one size fits all’ WHS solution. Every industry sector is different and every business within each sector usually has some unique requirement.

To discover how we may best meet your requirements, just scroll down to your industry sector and then click on the down arrow…

Hazard Inspection:
The hazards range from small equipment, machinery, portable testing machines , ladders to more complex machinery and equipment like golf buggies, ride on mowers, mobile scaffold and perhaps a forklift. We understand the variety of hazards associated with an small family businesses.

Audits and Checklists:
Yes, you may have a range of checklist including housekeeping, plant and equipment safety management, chemicals management, emergency management. You may also have various audit documents. They can range from Due Diligence, annual safety assessment audit, maintenance workshop audits, and fire safety audits. We understand the need and use of all these documents. We can help you work through them to achieve compliance, bench marking and also best practice. Yes, we have all inclusive document system so that you are not spending hours managing health and safety.

Due Diligence:
The new legislation has bought this topic to the forefront. In our experience, we see that there is a lot of confusion about this topic still. It appears that as the type of family or small business varies so does this obligation holder. The depth of its implications are also not quite understood. We can assist your individual query as no workplace is the same. We all have our nuances.

Training:
How much training is enough? Are you getting the right training? Is the training required? How much training is required? How often do you have to be trained? These are some of the questions that come to our mind when we talk about training. We have extensive experience in training small businesses in range of either in-house courses such as manual handling, ergonomics, fire safety to fully accredited courses such as Cert IV and Diploma’s in WHS.

Safety Management Systems:
Whilst this word can be scary to many, it is just a filing cabinet. In most cases, it is virtual, paper based or online. Just a place where all your OHS documents are stored in a systematic manner. How big is this filing cabinet and how many topics you cover will depend on what your individual hazards are and also on the legislation. Yes, at the end of the day a few basics are essential in all workplaces. We can help you identify and complete (if required) this element of your OHS requirement. We can compile all the relevant topics for you so that you can go about your core business.

Consultancy:
Most small and family businesses have some in-house resource, team of experts for ohs. Are you using these resources adequately and effectively? You may have a question or concern about the full legislative implication for a particular hazard, or you may have concern outside the expertise available within the system. For example you may need specialised opinion for ergonomics, noise exposure, fatigue management, staff conflict for ohs priorities, electrical exposure and the list goes on. We understand your unique environment and can provide assistance and best possible outcome.

Hygiene Monitoring and Analysis:
Hygiene issues in small and family businesses range from exposure to smoke, noise, asbestos, silica, manual tasks, ergonomics, fumes and vapours, mould, dust particulates, fumes from photocopier to name a few. We can assist in identification of such hazards in your environment. We can also provide special consultancy on solutions for your individual hazards.

Gap Analysis:
Albeit you already have audits and checklist that you are required to complete. You may also be required to be involved in implementation of corrective actions. The age old question however may still be bothering you. Am I compliant? How far do I need to go? Am I doing the right thing? Am I missing applying some common laws? We have assisted numerous family businesses in answering these questions. We can give you a reliable analysis on where you currently sit and where you need to be.

Documents including risk assessments, SWMS, JSA, JSEA, SOP, Plans:
In different small and family business, based on the business, there are various documents such as risk assessments, standard operating procedures, manuals, safety plans and policies. You may have specific documents, based on your industry association like builders association. We understand that not all these documents apply to you and that not all your situations warrant a generic document. Sometimes using a generic document can become an impediment as then you are stuck with having to apply all corrective actions even if they are irrelevant to your situation. We have extensive experience in assisting in individual family and small businesses.

Committee meeting:
Do you need committees? What are some legal parameters around effective committees? How many times have you been to a meeting and sat their thinking none of the matter was relevant or applicable to you. Sometimes even just one person hogging all the discussion adding to everyone’s grief. We understand that everyone likes a quick and productive meeting. We can assist not only to focus your meetings on relevant topics but also achieve outcomes​​​​​​​​​

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Hazard Inspection:
The hazards range from slips, trips, falls, electrical safety and ladders  through to complex machinery and equipment like golf buggies, ride on mowers, mobile scaffold and perhaps a forklift. We understand the variety of hazards associated with various body corporates.

Audits and Checklists:
Yes, you may have a range of checklists including housekeeping, plant management, chemicals management and emergency management. You may also have various audit documents. They can include Due Diligence, annual safety assessment audit, maintenance workshop audits and others. We understand the need and use of all these documents. We can help you work through them to achieve compliance, benchmarking and also best practice.

Due Diligence:
The new legislation has bought this topic to the forefront. In our experience, we see that there is still a lot of confusion about this topic. The depth of its implications are also not quite understood. We can assist your individual query as no workplace is the same. We all have our nuances.

Training:
How much training is enough? Are you getting the right training? Is the training required? How much training is required? How often do you have to be trained? These are some of the questions that arise when we talk about training. We have extensive experience as trainers and educators in areas ranging from in-house courses such as manual handling, ergonomics, fire safety  through to fully accredited courses such as Cert IV and Diploma’s in WHS.

Safety Management Systems:
Whilst this phrase can be scary to many, it is just a filing cabinet. In most cases, it is virtual or online. It's simply a place where all your OHS documents are stored in a systematic manner. How big this filing cabinet is and how many topics you cover will depend on what your individual hazards are and also on the legislation. Yes, at the end of the day a few basics are essential in all workplaces. We can help you identify and complete (if required) this element of your OHS requirement.

Consultancy:
You may have an in-house OHS professional or even a team of experts. Are you using these resources adequately and effectively? You may have a question or concern about the full legislative implication for a particular hazard, or you may have concerns outside the expertise available within your internal system. For example you may need a specialised opinion for ergonomics, noise exposure, fatigue management, staff conflict for OHS priorities or radiation exposure. We understand your unique environment and can provide assistance and help achieve the best possible outcome.

Hygiene Monitoring and Analysis:
Hygiene issues range from exposure to smoke, noise, asbestos, ergonomics, fumes and vapours, mould and dust particulates to name a few. We can assist in identification of such hazards in your environment. We can also provide special consultancy on solutions for your individual hazards.

Gap Analysis:
You already have audits and checklist that you are required to complete. You may also be required to be involved in the implementation of corrective actions. However you may still be asking... Am I compliant? How far do I need to go? Am I doing the right thing? Am I missing applying some common laws? We have assisted many Bodies Corporate in answering these questions. We can give you a reliable analysis on where you currently sit and where you need to be.

Documents including risk assessments, JSA, JSEA, SOP, Plans:
There are various documents such as risk assessments, standard operating procedures, manuals, safety plans and policies. You may have specific documents for your building. We understand that not all these documents apply to you and that not all your situations warrant a generic document. Sometimes using a generic document can become an impediment as then you are stuck with having to apply all corrective actions even if they are irrelevant to your situation. We have extensive experience in identifying or writing relevant documents.

Committee meeting:

How many times have you been to a meeting and sat there thinking none of the matters were relevant or applicable to you. We understand that everyone likes a quick and productive meeting. We can assist not only to focus your meetings on relevant topics but also achieve outcomes.

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Hazard Inspection:
The hazards range from tools, electrical plant and equipment, harnesses, ladders to complex machinery and equipment like scaffolds, forklifts, skidsteers, cranes, confined space, high risk work, or perhaps a truck. We understand the variety of hazards associated with construction and infrastructure.

Audits and Checklists:
Yes, you may have a range of checklist including plant safety management, chemicals management and emergency management. You may also have various audit documents. They can range from Due Diligence, annual safety assessment audit, maintenance workshop audits, and site audits. We understand the need and use of all these documents. We can help you work through them to achieve compliance, benchmarking and also best practice.

Due Diligence:
The new legislation has bought this topic to the forefront. In our experience, we see that there is still a lot of confusion about this topic. It appears that as the construction site varies so does this obligation holder. The depth of its implications are also not quite understood. We can assist your individual query as no workplace is the same. We all have our nuances.

Training:
How much training is enough? Are you getting the right training? Is the training required? How much training is required? How often do you have to be trained? These are some of the questions that come up when we talk about training. We have extensive experience in training in the construction and infrastructure sector ranging from in-house and on-site courses such as manual handling, ergonomics, competencies to operate, construction safety and fire safety right through to fully accredited courses such as White Card training, Cert IV and Diploma’s in WHS.

Safety Management Systems:
Whilst this phrase can be scary to many, it is just a filing cabinet. In most cases, it is virtual, paper based or online. It's simply a place where all your OHS documents are stored in a systematic manner. How big this filing cabinet is and how many topics you cover will depend on what your individual hazards are and also on the legislation. Yes, at the end of the day a few basics are essential in all workplaces. We can help you identify and complete (if required) this element of your OHS requirement.

Consultancy:
Most construction sites have an in-house resource, a team of OHS experts. Are you using these resources adequately and effectively? You may have a question or concern about the full legislative implication for a particular hazard, or you may have concern outside the expertise available in-house. For example you may need a specialised opinion for ergonomics, noise exposure, fatigue management, staff conflict for OHS priorities, radiation and heat exposure and the list goes on. We understand your unique environment and can provide assistance and best possible outcomes.

Hygiene Monitoring and Analysis:
Hygiene issues in Construction and infrastructure range from exposure to smoke, noise, asbestos, ergonomics, fumes and vapours, mould, dust particulates and even fumes from photocopiers, just to list a few. We can assist in the identification of such hazards in your environment. We can also provide special consultancy on solutions for your individual hazards.

Gap Analysis:
You will already have audits and checklists that you are required to complete. You may also be required to be involved in  the implementation of corrective actions. However, you may still be asking yourself... Am I compliant? How far do I need to go? Am I doing the right thing? Am I missing applying some common laws? We have assisted numerous construction sites in answering these questions. We can give you a reliable analysis on where you currently sit and where you need to be.

Documents including risk assessments, SWMS, JSA, JSEA, SOP, Plans:
In different construction sites, there are various documents such as risk assessments (RA’s), standard operating procedures (SOP’s), manuals, safe work method statements (SWMS’s) safety plans(CHSMP’s) and policies. You may have specific documents, for example your own safety plan. We understand that not all these documents apply to you and that not all your situations warrant a generic document. Sometimes using a generic document can become an impediment as you are then stuck with having to apply all corrective actions even if they are irrelevant to your situation.

Committee meeting:
Various communications occur on Construction sites, including tool box talks, safety committees, Take 5’s and more. What are some of the effective ways you communicate with your workers?

How many times have you been to a meeting and sat there thinking none of the matters raised were relevant or applicable to you. We understand that everyone likes a quick and productive meeting. We can assist not only to focus your meetings on relevant topics but also achieve outcomes.

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Hazard Inspection:
The hazards range from interactive white boards and ladders to complex machinery and equipment like golf buggies, ride on mowers, mobile scaffold and perhaps even a forklift. We understand the multitude of hazards associated within schools, colleges and universities.

Audits and Checklists:
Yes, you may have a range of checklist including housekeeping, plant management, chemicals management, emergency management. You may also have various audit documents. They can range from Due Diligence, annual safety assessment audit, maintenance workshop audits, and laboratory audits. We understand the need and use of all these documents. We can help you work through them to achieve compliance, benchmarking and also best practice.

Due Diligence:
The new legislation has bought this topic to the forefront. In our experience, we see that there is still a lot of confusion about this topic. It appears that as the school, institute or university varies so does this obligation holder. The depth of its implications are also not quite understood. We can assist your individual query as no workplace is the same. We all have our nuances.

Training:
How much training is enough? Are you getting the right training? Is the training required? How much training is required? How often do you have to be trained? These are some of the questions that come up when we talk about training. We have extensive experience in training within the education sector ranging from in-house courses such as manual handling, ergonomics and fire safety to fully accredited courses such as Cert IV and Diploma’s in WHS.

Safety Management Systems:
Whilst this phrase can be scary to many, it is just a filing cabinet. In most cases, it is virtual or online. It's simply a place where all your OHS documents are stored in a systematic manner. How big this filing cabinet is and how many topics you cover will depend on what your individual hazards are and also on the legislation. Yes, at the end of the day a few basics are essential in all workplaces. We can help you identify and complete (if required) this element of your OHS requirement.

Consultancy:
Most educational facilities have an in-house OHS resource. Are you using these resources adequately and effectively? You may have a question or concern about the full legislative implication for a particular hazard, or you may have a concern outside the expertise available in-house. For example you may need a specialised opinion for ergonomics, noise exposure, fatigue management, staff conflict for OHS priorities or radiation exposure. We understand your unique environment and can provide assistance and help you to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Hygiene Monitoring and Analysis:
Hygiene issues in Education range from exposure to smoke, noise, asbestos, ergonomics, fumes and vapours, mould, dust particulates and even fumes from photocopiers and printers, just to name a few. We can assist in the identification of such hazards in your environment. We can also provide special consultancy on solutions for your individual hazards.

Gap Analysis:
You already have audits and checklists that you are required to complete. You may also be required to be involved in the implementation of corrective actions. You may be asking... Am I compliant? How far do I need to go? Am I doing the right thing? Am I missing applying some common laws? We have assisted numerous Schools, Universities, and Institutes in answering these questions. We can give you a reliable analysis on where you currently sit and where you need to be.

Documents including risk assessments, JSA, JSEA, SOP, Plans:
In different educational institutions, there are various documents such as risk assessments, standard operating procedures, manuals, safety plans and policies. You may have specific documents, for examples Education Queensland has CARA’s. We understand that not all these documents apply to you and that not all your situations warrant a generic document. Sometimes using a generic document can become an impediment as then you are stuck with having to apply all corrective actions even if they are irrelevant to your situation. We have extensive experience in assisting in you to find or create the appropriate documents.

Committee meeting:
How many times have you been to a meeting and sat there thinking that none of the matters raised were relevant or applicable to you. We understand that everyone likes a quick and productive meeting. We can assist not only to focus your meetings on relevant topics but also achieve outcomes.

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Audits and Checklists:
Yes, you may have a range of checklists including housekeeping, plant management, chemicals management and emergency management. You may also have various audit documents. They can range from Due Diligence, annual safety assessment audit, maintenance workshop audits, and rides and amusement devices audits. We understand the need and use of all these documents. We can help you work through them to achieve compliance, benchmarking and also best practice.

Due Diligence:
The new legislation has bought this topic to the forefront. In our experience, we see that there is still a lot of confusion about this topic. It appears that as the amusement park or entertainment venue varies so does this obligation holder. The depth of its implications are also not quite understood. We can assist your individual query as no workplace is the same. We all have our nuances.

Training:
How much training is enough? Are you getting the right training? Is the training required? How much training is required? How often do you have to be trained? These are some of the questions that come to our mind when we talk about training. We have extensive experience in training entertainment industry staff - from in-house courses such as manual handling, ergonomics, ride safety, working at heights, fire safety through to fully accredited courses such as Cert IV and Diploma’s in WHS.

Safety Management Systems:
Whilst this phrase can be scary to many, it is just a filing cabinet. In most cases, it is virtual or online. It's the place where all your OHS documents are stored in a systematic manner. How big this filing cabinet is and how many topics you cover will depend on what your individual hazards are and also on the legislation. Yes, at the end of the day a few basics are essential in all workplaces. We can help you identify and complete (if required) this element of your OHS requirement.

Consultancy:
Most entertainment venues and parks have an in-house team of OHS experts. Are you using these resources adequately and effectively? You may have a question or concern about the full legislative implication for a particular hazard, or you may have a concern outside the expertise available within the system. For example you may need a specialised opinion for ergonomics, noise exposure, fatigue management, staff conflict for OHS priorities, radiation exposure and the list goes on. We understand your unique environment and can provide assistance and the best possible outcome.

Hygiene Monitoring and Analysis:
Hygiene issues can range from exposure to smoke, noise, asbestos, ergonomics, fumes and vapours, mould, dust particulates and even fumes from photocopiers just to name a few. We can assist in identification of such hazards in your environment. We can also provide special consultancy on solutions for your individual hazards.

Gap Analysis:
Albeit you already have audits and checklists that you are required to complete. You may also be required to be involved in the implementation of corrective actions. However, the big questions may still be bothering you... Am I compliant? How far do I need to go? Am I doing the right thing? Am I missing applying some common laws? We have assisted multiple venues to answer these questions. We can give you a reliable analysis on where you currently sit and where you need to be.

Documents including risk assessments, JSA, JSEA, SOP, Plans:
You will have, or need to have, various documents such as risk assessments, standard operating procedures, manuals, safety plans and policies. You may have specific documents, for examples specific Australian Standards for amusement rides. We understand that not all these documents apply to you and that not all your situations warrant a generic document. In fact, sometimes using a generic document can become an impediment as then you are stuck with having to apply all corrective actions even if they are irrelevant to your situation. We have extensive experience in assisting in this area.

Committee meeting:
How many times have you been to a meeting and sat their thinking none of the matters raised were relevant or applicable to you. We understand that everyone likes a quick and productive meeting. We can assist not only to focus your meetings on relevant topics but also achieve outcomes.​​​​​​​​

Yes, you may have a range of checklists including housekeeping, plant management, chemicals management and emergency management. You may also have various audit documents. They can range from Due Diligence, annual safety assessment audit, maintenance workshop audits, and rides and amusement devices audits. We understand the need and use of all these documents. We can help you work through them to achieve compliance, benchmarking and also best practice.

Due Diligence:
The new legislation has bought this topic to the forefront. In our experience, we see that there is still a lot of confusion about this topic. It appears that as the amusement park or entertainment venue varies so does this obligation holder. The depth of its implications are also not quite understood. We can assist your individual query as no workplace is the same. We all have our nuances.

Training:
How much training is enough? Are you getting the right training? Is the training required? How much training is required? How often do you have to be trained? These are some of the questions that come to our mind when we talk about training. We have extensive experience in training entertainment industry staff - from in-house courses such as manual handling, ergonomics, ride safety, working at heights, fire safety through to fully accredited courses such as Cert IV and Diploma’s in WHS.

Safety Management Systems:
Whilst this phrase can be scary to many, it is just a filing cabinet. In most cases, it is virtual or online. It's the place where all your OHS documents are stored in a systematic manner. How big this filing cabinet is and how many topics you cover will depend on what your individual hazards are and also on the legislation. Yes, at the end of the day a few basics are essential in all workplaces. We can help you identify and complete (if required) this element of your OHS requirement.

Consultancy:
Most entertainment venues and parks have an in-house team of OHS experts. Are you using these resources adequately and effectively? You may have a question or concern about the full legislative implication for a particular hazard, or you may have a concern outside the expertise available within the system. For example you may need a specialised opinion for ergonomics, noise exposure, fatigue management, staff conflict for OHS priorities, radiation exposure and the list goes on. We understand your unique environment and can provide assistance and the best possible outcome.

Hygiene Monitoring and Analysis:
Hygiene issues can range from exposure to smoke, noise, asbestos, ergonomics, fumes and vapours, mould, dust particulates and even fumes from photocopiers just to name a few. We can assist in identification of such hazards in your environment. We can also provide special consultancy on solutions for your individual hazards.

Gap Analysis:
Albeit you already have audits and checklists that you are required to complete. You may also be required to be involved in the implementation of corrective actions. However, the big questions may still be bothering you... Am I compliant? How far do I need to go? Am I doing the right thing? Am I missing applying some common laws? We have assisted multiple venues to answer these questions. We can give you a reliable analysis on where you currently sit and where you need to be.

Documents including risk assessments, JSA, JSEA, SOP, Plans:
You will have, or need to have, various documents such as risk assessments, standard operating procedures, manuals, safety plans and policies. You may have specific documents, for examples specific Australian Standards for amusement rides. We understand that not all these documents apply to you and that not all your situations warrant a generic document. In fact, sometimes using a generic document can become an impediment as then you are stuck with having to apply all corrective actions even if they are irrelevant to your situation. We have extensive experience in assisting in this area.

Committee meetings:
How many times have you been to a meeting and sat their thinking none of the matters raised were relevant or applicable to you. We understand that everyone likes a quick and productive meeting. We can assist not only to focus your meetings on relevant topics but also achieve outcomes.​​​​​​​​

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Hazard Inspection:
The hazards range from simple plant and equipment including sterilisation units, centrifuges, sharps, glassware, ultrasound to various drugs and poisons, occupational violence to bio containment and radiation safety.

Audits and Checklists:
Yes, you may have a range of checklist including laboratory safety,  housekeeping, plant management, chemicals management, emergency management. You may also have various audit documents. They can range from Due Diligence, annual safety assessment audit, emergency plans audits, and laboratory audits. We understand the need and use of all these documents. We can help you work through them to achieve compliance, bench marking and also best practice.

Due Diligence:
The new legislation has bought this topic to the forefront.  In our experience, we see that there is a lot of confusion about this topic still. The government is yet to provide a clarity statement on the extent of its application.  The depth of its implications are also not quite understood.  We can assist your individual query as no workplace is the same. We all have our nuances.

Training:
How much training is enough? Are you getting the right training? Is the training required? How much training is required? How often do you have to be trained? These are some of the questions that come to our mind when we talk about training.  We have extensive experience in training health sector in range of either in-house courses such as manual handling, ergonomics, fire safety, chemicals (including drugs and poisons), individual procedural safety to fully accredited courses such as Cert IV and Diploma’s in WHS.

Safety Management Systems:
Whilst this word can be scary to many, it is just a filing cabinet. In most cases, it is virtual, paper based or online. Just a place where all your OHS documents are stored in a systematic manner.  How big is this filing cabinet and how many topics you cover will depend on what your individual hazards are and also on the legislation.  Yes, at the end of the day a few basics are essential in all workplaces. We can help you identify and complete (if required) this element of your OHS/WHS requirement.

Consultancy:
Most practices/clinics/laboratory/hospitals have an in-house resource, team of experts for ohs. Are you using these resources adequately and effectively? You may have a question or concern about the full legislative implication for a particular hazard, or you may have concern outside the expertise available within the system. For example you may need specialised opinion for ergonomics, noise exposure, fatigue management, staff conflict for ohs priorities, radiation exposure and the list goes on. We understand your unique environment and can provide assistance and best possible outcome.

Hygiene Monitoring and Analysis:
Hygiene issues in Health environment range from exposure to smoke, noise, asbestos, ergonomics, fumes and vapours, mould, VOC’s, dust particulates, fumes from photocopier to name a few.  We can assist in identification of such hazards in your environment. We can also provide special consultancy on solutions for your individual hazards.

Gap Analysis:
Albeit you already have audits and checklist that you are required to complete. You may also be required to be involved in implementation of corrective actions. The age old question however may still be bothering you. Am I compliant? How far do I need to go? Am I doing the right thing? Am I missing applying some common laws? We have assisted numerous medical and dental practices. laboratories and hospitals in answering these questions. We can give you a reliable analysis on where you currently sit and where you need to be.

Documents including risk assessments, SOP, Plans:
In different areas of health, there are various documents such as risk assessments, standard operating procedures, manuals, safety plans and policies.  We understand that not all these documents apply to you and that not all your situations warrant a generic document. Sometimes using a generic document can become an impediment as then you are stuck with having to apply all corrective actions even if they are irrelevant to your situation. We have extensive experience in assisting in health field.

Committee meeting:
How many times have you been to a meeting and sat their thinking none of the matter was relevant or applicable to you. Sometimes even just one person hogging all the discussion adding to everyone’s grief. We understand that everyone likes a quick and productive meeting. We can assist not only to focus your meetings on relevant topics but also achieve outcomes.

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Hazard Inspection:
The hazards range from simple plant and equipment including sterilisation units, centrifuges, sharps, glassware, autoclaves, ultrasound to various drugs and poisons, occupational violence to bio containment and radiation Safety. You may also have complex equipment such as Electron microscope and various analysis machines.

Audits and Checklists:
Yes, you may have a range of checklist including housekeeping, plant management, chemicals management, emergency management. bio safety, or you may also have own audit documents. They can range from due diligence, annual safety assessment audit, maintenance workshop audits, and laboratory audits.  We understand the need and use of all these documents. We can help you work through them to achieve compliance, bench marking and also best practice.

Due Diligence:
The new legislation has bought this topic to the forefront. In our experience, we see that there is a lot of confusion about this topic still. It appears that as the laboratory, institute or research facility varies, so does this obligation holder. The depth of its implications are also not quite understood. We can assist your individual query as no workplace is the same. We all have our nuances.

Training:
How much training is enough? Are you getting the right training? Is the training required? How much training is required? How often do you have to be trained? These are some of the questions that come to our mind when we talk about training. We have extensive experience in training education sector in range of either in-house courses such as manual handling, ergonomics, fire safety, laboratory safety to fully accredited courses such as Cert IV and Diploma’s in WHS.

Safety Management Systems:
Whilst this word can be scary to many, it is just a filing cabinet. In most cases, it is virtual, paper based or online. Just a place where all your OHS/WHS documents are stored in a systematic manner. How big is this filing cabinet and how many topics you cover will depend on what your individual hazards are and also on the legislation. Yes, at the end of the day a few basics are essential in all workplaces. We can help you identify and complete (if required) this element of your OHS/WHS requirement.

Consultancy:
Most specialised laboratories have some in-house resource, team of experts for ohs. Are you using these resources adequately and effectively? You may have a question or concern about the full legislative implication for a particular hazard, or you may have concern outside the expertise available within the system. For example you may need specialised opinion for ergonomics, noise exposure, fatigue management, staff conflict for ohs priorities, glass ware safety, radiation exposure and the list goes on. We understand your unique environment and can provide assistance and best possible outcome.

Hygiene Monitoring and Analysis:
Hygiene issues in Education range from exposure to smoke, noise, asbestos, ergonomics, fumes and vapours, mould, dust particulates, fumes from photocopier to name a few. We can assist in identification of such hazards in your environment. We can also provide special consultancy on solutions for your individual hazards.

Gap Analysis:
Albeit you already have audits and checklist that you are required to complete. You may also be required to be involved in implementation of corrective actions. The age old question however may still be bothering you. Am I compliant? How far do I need to go? Am I doing the right thing? Am I missing applying some common laws? We have assisted numerous laboratories and research institutes in answering these questions. We can give you a reliable analysis on where you currently sit and where you need to be.

Documents including risk assessments, SOP, Plans:
In different laboratories and research institutions, there are various documents such as risk assessments, standard operating procedures, manuals, safety plans and policies. You may have specific documents, for examples General Safety Manuals or Protocols. We understand that not all these documents apply to you and that not all your situations warrant a generic document. Sometimes using a generic document can become an impediment as then you are stuck with having to apply all corrective actions even if they are irrelevant to your situation. We have extensive experience in assisting in laboratories and research field.

Committee meeting:
How many times have you been to a meeting and sat their thinking none of the matter was relevant or applicable to you. Sometimes even just one person hogging all the discussion adding to everyone’s grief. We understand that everyone likes a quick and productive meeting. We can assist not only to focus your meetings on relevant topics but also achieve outcomes.

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Hazard Inspection:
The hazards range from interactive white board, ladders to complex machinery and equipment like golf buggies, ride on mowers, mobile scaffold, harnesses and perhaps a forklift or two, maybe a crane. We understand the variety of hazards associated with being local government body.

Audits and Checklists:
Yes, you may have a range of checklist including housekeeping, plant management, chemicals management, emergency management. You may also have various audit documents. They can range from Due Diligence, annual safety assessment audit, maintenance workshop audits, electrical safety audits and fire safety audits. We understand the need and use of all these documents. We can help you work through them to achieve compliance, bench marking and also best practice.

Due Diligence:
The new legislation has bought this topic to the forefront.  In our experience, we see that there is a lot of confusion about this topic still. It appears that as the office of local government varies so does this obligation holder. The depth of its implications are also not quite understood. We can assist your individual query as no workplace is the same. We all have our nuances.

Training:
How much training is enough? Are you getting the right training? Is the training required? How much training is required? How often do you have to be trained? These are some of the questions that come to our mind when we talk about training. We have extensive experience in training the local government sector in a range of either in-house courses such as manual handling, ergonomics, fire safety to fully accredited courses such as Cert IV and Diploma’s in WHS.  We develop and deliver courses especially designed for you based on the national legislation and also on your specific bylaws.

Safety Management Systems:
Whilst this word can be scary to many, it is just a filing cabinet. In most cases, it is virtual, paper based or online. Just a place where all your WHS documents are stored in a systematic manner. How big is this filing cabinet and how many topics you cover will depend on what your individual hazards are and also on the legislation. Yes, at the end of the day a few basics are essential in all workplaces. We can help you identify and complete (if required) this element of your WHS requirement.

Consultancy:
Most local government bodies have some in-house resource, team of experts for ohs. Are you using these resources adequately and effectively? You may have a question or concern about the full legislative implication for a particular hazard, or you may have concern outside the expertise available within the system. For example you may need specialised opinion for ergonomics, noise exposure, fatigue management, staff conflict for ohs priorities, radiation exposure and the list goes on. We understand your unique environment and can provide assistance and best possible outcome.

Hygiene Monitoring and Analysis:
Hygiene topics range from exposure to smoke, noise, asbestos, silica, ergonomics, fumes and vapours, mould, dust particulates, VOC’s, fumes from photocopier to name a few. We can assist in identification of such hazards in your environment. We can also provide special consultancy on solutions for your individual hazards.

Gap Analysis:
Albeit you already have audits and checklist that you are required to complete. You may also be required to be involved in implementation of corrective actions. The age old question however may still be bothering you. Am I compliant? How far do I need to go? Am I doing the right thing? Am I missing applying some common laws? We have assisted numerous local government bodies in answering these questions. We can give you a reliable analysis on where you currently sit and where you need to be.

Documents including risk assessments, JSA, JSEA, SOP, Plans:
In different areas of government, there are various documents such as risk assessments (RA’s), standard operating procedures (SOP’s), safe work method statements (SWMS’s), safety manuals, safety plans and policies. We understand that not all these documents apply to you and that not all your situations warrant a generic document. Sometimes using a generic document can become an impediment as then you are stuck with having to apply all corrective actions even if they are irrelevant to your situation.

Committee meeting:

How many times have you been to a meeting and sat their thinking none of the matter was relevant or applicable to you. Sometimes even just one person hogging all the discussion adding to everyone’s grief.  We understand that everyone likes a quick and productive meeting.  We can assist not only to focus your meetings on relevant topics but also achieve outcomes.

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Hazard Inspection:
The hazards range from interactive white board, ladders to complex machinery and equipment like golf buggies, ride on mowers, mobile scaffold , forklift, cranes, lifts, hoists and slings.  We understand the variety of hazards associated with manufacturing.

Audits and Checklists:
Yes, you may have a range of checklist including housekeeping, plant management, chemicals management, emergency management. You may also have various audit documents. They can range from due diligence, annual safety assessment audit, maintenance workshop audits, and equipment safety audits. We understand the need and use of all these documents. We can help you work through them to achieve compliance, bench marking and also best practice.

Due Diligence:
The new legislation has bought this topic to the forefront. In our experience, we see that there is a lot of confusion about this topic still. It appears that as the manufacturing business varies so does this obligation holder. The depth of its implications are also not quite understood.  We can assist your individual query as no workplace is the same. We all have our nuances.

Training:
How much training is enough? Are you getting the right training? Is the training required? How much training is required? How often do you have to be trained? These are some of the questions that come to our mind when we talk about training. We have extensive experience in training manufacturing sector in range of either in-house courses such as manual handling, ergonomics, fire safety, plant safety, ladder and conveyer belt safety to fully accredited courses such as Cert IV and Diploma’s in WHS.

Safety Management Systems:
Whilst this word can be scary to many, it is just a filing cabinet. In most cases, it is virtual or online. Just a place where all your OHS /WHS documents are stored in a systematic manner. How big is this filing cabinet and how many topics you cover will depend on what your individual hazards are and also on the legislation. Yes, at the end of the day a few basics are essential in all workplaces. We can help you identify and complete (if required) this element of your OHS/WHS requirement.

Consultancy:
Most manufacturing businesses have an in-house resource, team of experts for whs.  Are you using these resources adequately and effectively? You may have a question or concern about the full legislative implication for a particular hazard, or you may have concern outside the expertise available within the system.  For example you may need specialised opinion for ergonomics, noise exposure, fatigue management, staff conflict for whs priorities, radiation exposure and the list goes on.  We understand your unique environment and can provide assistance and best possible outcome.

Hygiene Monitoring and Analysis:
Hygiene issues in manufacturing range from exposure to smoke, noise, asbestos, ergonomics, fumes and vapours, mould, dust particulates, fumes from photocopier to name a few.  We can assist in identification of such hazards in your environment. We can also provide special consultancy on solutions for your individual hazards.

Gap Analysis:
Albeit you already have audits and checklist that you are required to complete. You may also be required to be involved in implementation of corrective actions. The age old question however may still be bothering you. Am I compliant? How far do I need to go? Am I doing the right thing? Am I missing applying some common laws? We have assisted numerous manufacturing businesses including glass manufacturer, carpet manufacturer, aluminium trolley manufacturers, beer manufacturers in answering these questions. We can give you a reliable analysis on where you currently sit and where you need to be.

Documents including risk assessments, JSA, JSEA, SOP, Plans:
In different manufacturing businesses, there are various documents such as risk assessments, standard operating procedures, manuals, safety plans and policies. You may have specific documents.  We understand that not all these documents apply to you and that not all your situations warrant a generic document. Sometimes using a generic document can become an impediment as then you are stuck with having to apply all corrective actions even if they are irrelevant to your situation. We have extensive experience in assisting in education field.

Committee meeting:

How many times have you been to a meeting and sat their thinking none of the matter was relevant or applicable to you. Sometimes even just one person hogging all the discussion adding to everyone’s grief. We understand that everyone likes a quick and productive meeting. We can assist not only to focus your meetings on relevant topics but also achieve outcomes.​

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Hazard Inspection:
The hazards range from tools, drills, ladders, harnesses to complex machinery and equipment like forklifts, drag lines, tractors, dozers, cranes, lifts and more. We understand the variety of hazards associated with an mining.

Audits and Checklists:
Yes, you may have a range of checklist including housekeeping, plant management, chemicals management, emergency management. You may also have various audit documents. They can range from due diligence, annual safety assessment audit, maintenance workshop audits, and site safety audits. We understand the need and use of all these documents.  We can help you work through them to achieve compliance, bench marking and also best practice.

Due Diligence:
The new legislation has bought this topic to the forefront. In our experience, we see that there is a lot of confusion about this topic still. It appears that as the mine site varies so does this obligation holder. The depth of its implications are also not quite understood. We can assist your individual query as no workplace is the same. We all have our nuances. In mining there are other specific laws that also apply.

Training:
How much training is enough? Are you getting the right training? Is the training required? How much training is required? How often do you have to be trained? These are some of the questions that come to our mind when we talk about training. We have extensive experience in training education sector in range of either in-house courses such as manual handling, ergonomics, fire safety, occupational hygiene and monitoring to fully accredited courses such as Cert IV and Diploma’s in WHS.

Safety Management Systems:
Whilst this word can be scary to many, it is just a filing cabinet. In most cases, it is virtual, paper based or online. Just a place where all your OHS/WHS documents are stored in a systematic manner. How big is this filing cabinet and how many topics you cover will depend on what your individual hazards are and also on the legislation. Yes, at the end of the day a few basics are essential in all workplaces. We can help you identify and complete (if required) this element of your OHS/WHS requirement.

Consultancy:
Most mining sites have some in-house resource, team of experts for ohs/whs.  Are you using these resources adequately and effectively? You may have a question or concern about the full legislative implication for a particular hazard, or you may have concern outside the expertise available within the system. For example you may need specialised opinion for ergonomics, noise exposure, fatigue management, staff conflict for ohs priorities, radiation and heat exposure and the list goes on. We understand your unique environment and can provide assistance and best possible outcome.

Hygiene Monitoring and Analysis:
Hygiene issues in mining range from exposure to smoke, noise, asbestos, silica, ergonomics, fumes and vapours, mould, dust particulates, VOC’s, fumes from photocopier to name a few. We can assist in identification of such hazards in your environment. We can also provide special consultancy on solutions for your individual hazards.

Gap Analysis:
Albeit you already have audits and checklist that you are required to complete. You may also be required to be involved in implementation of corrective actions. The age old question however may still be bothering you. Am I compliant? How far do I need to go? Am I doing the right thing? Am I missing applying some common laws? We have assisted numerous mine sites in answering these questions. We can give you a reliable analysis on where you currently sit and where you need to be.

Documents including risk assessments, SWMS, JSA, JSEA, SOP, Plans:
In different mining sites, there are various documents such as risk assessments (RA’s), standard operating procedures (SOP’s), manuals, safe work method statements (SWMS’s) safety plans(HSEMP’s) and policies. You may have specific documents, for examples your own safety plan. We understand that not all these documents apply to you and that not all your situations warrant a generic document. Sometimes using a generic document can become an impediment as then you are stuck with having to apply all corrective actions even if they are irrelevant to your situation

Committee meeting:
Various communications occur on Mining sites, including tool box talks, safety committees, Take 5’s and more. What are some of the effective ways you communicate with your workers?

How many times have you been to a meeting and sat their thinking none of the matter was relevant or applicable to you. Sometimes even just one person hogging all the discussion adding to everyone’s grief. We understand that everyone likes a quick and productive meeting. We can assist not only to focus your meetings on relevant topics but also achieve outcomes.

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Hazard Inspection:
The hazards range from interactive white board, ladders to complex machinery and equipment like golf buggies, ride on mowers, mobile scaffold and perhaps a forklift. We understand the variety of hazards associated with a not for profit business.

Audits and Checklists:
Yes, you may have a range of checklist including housekeeping, plant management, chemicals management, emergency management. You may also have various audit documents. They can range from due diligence, annual safety assessment audit, maintenance workshop audits, and centres safety audits. We understand the need and use of all these documents. We can help you work through them to achieve compliance, bench marking and also best practice.

Due Diligence:
The new legislation has bought this topic to the forefront. In our experience, we see that there is a lot of confusion about this topic still. It appears that as the not for profit organisation varies so does this obligation holder. The depth of its implications are also not quite understood. We can assist your individual query as no workplace is the same. We all have our nuances.

Training:
How much training is enough? Are you getting the right training? Is the training required? How much training is required? How often do you have to be trained? These are some of the questions that come to our mind when we talk about training. We have extensive experience in training not for profit organisations in a wide range of either in-house courses such as manual handling, ergonomics, fire safety to fully accredited courses such as Cert IV and Diploma’s in WHS.

Safety Management Systems:
Whilst this word can be scary to many, it is just a filing cabinet. In most cases, it is virtual or online. Just a place where all your OHS/WHS documents are stored in a systematic manner. How big is this filing cabinet and how many topics you cover will depend on what your individual hazards are and also on the legislation. Yes, at the end of the day a few basics are essential in all workplaces. We can help you identify and complete (if required) this element of your OHS/WHS requirement.

Consultancy:
Many not for profit organisations may have an in-house resource, team of experts for ohs/whs.  Are you using these resources adequately and effectively? You may have a question or concern about the full legislative implication for a particular hazard, or you may have concern outside the expertise available within the system.  For example you may need specialised opinion for ergonomics, noise exposure, fatigue management, staff conflict for ohs priorities, and the list goes on.  We understand your unique environment and can provide assistance and best possible outcome.

Hygiene Monitoring and Analysis:
Hygiene issues in your environment can range from exposure to smoke, noise, asbestos, ergonomics, fumes and vapours, mould, dust particulates, fumes from photocopier to name a few.  We can assist in identification of such hazards in your environment. We can also provide special consultancy on solutions for your individual hazards.

Gap Analysis:
Albeit you already have audits and checklist that you are required to complete. You may also be required to be involved in implementation of corrective actions.  The age old question however may still be bothering you.  Am I compliant? How far do I need to go?  Am I doing the right thing?  Am I missing applying some common laws?  We have assisted numerous not for profit organisations in answering these questions. We can give you a reliable analysis on where you currently sit and where you need to be.

Documents including risk assessments, JSA, JSEA, SOP, Plans:
In different environment, there is a need for various documents such as risk assessments, standard operating procedures, manuals, safety plans and policies. You may have specific documents.  We understand that not all these documents apply to you and that not all your situations warrant a generic document. Sometimes using a generic document can become an impediment as then you are stuck with having to apply all corrective actions even if they are irrelevant to your situation. We have  experienced in assisting in your environment.

Committee meeting:
How many times have you been to a meeting and sat their thinking none of the matter was relevant or applicable to you.  Sometimes even just one person hogging all the discussion adding to everyone’s grief.  We understand that everyone likes a quick and productive meeting.  We can assist not only to focus your meetings on relevant topics but also achieve outcomes.

x

Hazard Inspection:
The hazards range from slips, trips, falls and ladders  right through to complex machinery and equipment like golf buggies, ride on mowers, mobile scaffold and perhaps forklift/s, tractors and cranes. We understand the variety of hazards associated with the tourism industry.

Audits and Checklists:
Yes, you may have a range of checklist including housekeeping, plant management, chemicals management, emergency management. You may also have various audit documents. They can range from Due Diligence, annual safety assessment audit, maintenance workshop audits, and chemicals audits. We understand the need and use of all these documents. We can help you work through them to achieve compliance, benchmarking and also best practice.

Due Diligence:
The new legislation has bought this topic to the forefront. In our experience, we see that there is a lot of confusion about this topic. It appears that as the hotel, entertainment venue, theatre or club varies so does this obligation holder. The depth of its implications are also not quite understood. We can assist your individual query as no workplace is the same. We all have our nuances.

Training:
How much training is enough? Are you getting the right training? Is the training required? How much training is required? How often do you have to be trained? These are some of the questions that come arise whenever we talk about training. We have extensive experience in training tourism industry staff. Training can cover in-house courses such as manual handling, ergonomics and fire safety right through to fully accredited courses such as Cert IV and Diploma’s in WHS.

Safety Management Systems:
Whilst this phrase can be scary to many, it is just a filing cabinet. In most cases, it is virtual, paper based or online. IOt's simply a place where all your OHS documents are stored in a systematic manner. How big this filing cabinet is and how many topics you cover will depend on what your individual hazards are and also on the legislation. Yes, at the end of the day a few basics are essential in all workplaces. We can help you identify and complete (if required) this element of your OHS requirement.

Consultancy:
Most businesses, hotels and venues have some in-house resource - a person or team of OHS experts. Are you using these resources adequately and effectively? You may have a question or concern about the full legislative implication for a particular hazard, or you may have a concern outside the expertise available in-house. For example you may need specialised assistance for ergonomics, noise exposure, fatigue management, staff conflict for OHS priorities or chemicals exposure. We understand your unique environment and can provide assistance and help you to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Hygiene Monitoring and Analysis:
Hygiene issues in can range from exposure to smoke, noise, asbestos, ergonomics, fumes and vapours, mould, dust particulates and even fumes from photocopier and printers. We can assist in the identification of such hazards in your unique environment. We can also provide special consultancy on solutions for your individual hazards.

Gap Analysis:
You already have audits and checklists that you are required to complete. You may also be required to be involved in the  implementation of corrective actions. However, you may still be asking... Am I compliant? How far do I need to go? Am I doing the right thing? Am I missing applying some common laws? We have assisted many hotels, resorts, entertainment venues, theatres, and clubs in answering these questions. We can give you a reliable analysis on where you currently sit and where you need to be.

Documents including risk assessments, JSA, JSEA, SOP, Plans:
There are various documents such as risk assessments, standard operating procedures, manuals, safety plans and policies required in the tourism and entertainment industry, . You may also have specific documents, for example, the Hotel Associations Manual. We understand that not all these documents will apply to you and that not all your situations warrant a generic document.  In fact, sometimes using a generic document can become an impediment as you are then stuck with having to apply all corrective actions even if they are irrelevant to your situation.

Committee meeting:
Have you ever attended a meeting and sat there thinking none of the matters raised wererelevant or applicable to you. We understand that everyone likes a quick and productive meeting. We can assist not only to focus your meetings on relevant topics but also achieve outcomes.

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