1800 429 266

Due Diligence and being pro-active

The WHS legislation requires employers to be pro-active in managing workplace health and safety. Officers of organisations such as Directors, Board Members and Senior Managers need an overview of their Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) System status on a regular basis to ensure that they are taking reasonable care and that no person is harmed in the workplace. This is exercising due diligence.

Due diligence includes six key points:

  • Acquiring and keeping up-to-date knowledge of OHS matters
  • Gaining an understanding of OHS business risks
  • Providing appropriate resources and processes to ensure OHS compliance
  • Consideration of and response to incidents, hazards and risks
  • Complying with legal duties
  • Verifying the implementation of OHS management systems by audit and review.

HAZCON can undertake a review of OHS/ WHS compliance and prepare board or management team briefings.

Independent or Third Party HSE System Audits

High Risk Focused HSE Audits

Asbestos Audits

Hazardous Material Building Audits

Cooling Tower Audits

Please contact us if you are interested in any of these HSE Audit services, require a quote or advice.

Latest
News

Safety Induction - Sometimes an effective process and sometimes not so...

Posted by Ian Good on 3 October 2017
Having to attend numerous workplaces across Victoria and Australia, I have to 'do' various safety inductions either delivered on-line or...
Posted in: Ian Good  

Unduly Short Construction Induction Training - a significant cause for concern.

Posted by Ian Good on 19 September 2017
The Australian Skills Quality Authority or ASQA, released a strategic review in June 2017 with the title 'A review of issues relating to und...
Posted in: Ian Good  
< Previous | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | Next >

Safety Chat Newsletter

Training & Services Brochure

BookmarkTell a friendPrint