consult employees and affected persons on health and safety issues ● set and monitor clear performance goals for prevention and lessening of illnesses and injuries in the workplace for employees, contractors and visitors (including clients and volunteers) ● detect hazards leading to assessment and appropriate control activities for all risks in the workplace ● commit to participation in workplace health and safety matters by all senior managers, line managers, supervisors and staff (including employee representatives) ● access and provide appropriate information relating to working safely and the training required for organisational employees to carry out their duties in a safe manner ● establish and commit to a health and safety management system and continual improvement including internal/external audits and systematic management review. BSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements V2-2020 Page 25 RTO Provider: 91153 - CRICOS Code: 02672K greenwichcollege. edu.au
Emergency Evacuation Procedure for Head Office of Australian Hardware On hearing an evacuation alarm, or on instruction of emergency control personnel, immediately cease all activity and secure personal valuables. Assist any person in immediate danger, but only if safe to do so. If practical, and only if safe to do so, secure any activity or process that may become hazardous or suffer damage if left unattended as a consequence of evacuation. Act in accordance with directions given by emergency control personnel and evacuate the building immediately. Assist with the general evacuation if directed to do so by emergency control personnel. Assist with the evacuation of disabled occupants. In a fire, do not use a lift to evacuate the building. Move calmly to the nominated evacuation assembly area and do not leave the evacuation assembly area until the all clear has been given. Follow the instructions of relevant emergency services personnel and campus emergency control personnel. Emergency procedure maps Emergency procedures diagrams are located within each room. These diagrams provide floor plans showing the locations of emergency exits and emergency equipment (such as fire extinguishers) and maps for evacuation routes and emergency assembly areas. BSBWHS401 Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements V2-2020 Page 26 RTO Provider: 91153 - CRICOS Code: 02672K greenwichcollege. edu.au
Hazard Identification Procedure WHS legislation requires that PCBUs, in consultation with workers identify all potentially hazardous things or situations that may cause harm. In general, hazards are likely to be found in the following; - Physical work environment, - Equipment, materials or substances used, - Work tasks and how they are performed, - Work design and management In order to identify hazards, complete the following steps: (i) Past incidents/accidents are examined to see what happened and whether the incident/accident could occur again.
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- Occupational safety and health, Material safety data sheet, Australian Hardware