Drafted and implemented an OHS Operational Plan to support the OHS Strategy and

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Drafted and implemented an OHS Operational Plan to support the OHS Strategy, and monitored progress.Maintained the radiation inventory with over 100 controlled sources. Lead a successful radiation regulatory inspection.Conducted workplace safety inspections.Worked with HR colleagues on the management of multiple complex cases and workerscompensation to ensure worker wellbeing was maintained. This required maintaining aline of communication with the direct line manager and senior executives.Contributed to the draft of the company OHS Policy and launch. Drafted the OHS Procedures on ‘Smoking in the workplace’.Implemented a new OHS Procedure on electrical safety.Safety Institute of Australia LtdPO Box 2078 Gladstone Park VIC 3043 | T: (03) 8336 1995 | E: [email protected] | W: Page 8 of 10
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* OHS information and documentation systems/processesEstablished the new company HSE intranet that included:OHS Committee minutesOHS incident summaries and statistics for 2014-15List of OHS risk management plans and SOPsOnline tools on a range of risk areas (e.g., chemical safety, gas safety, plant and equipment, radiation safety)Designed and authored the new quarterly site OHS Newsletter.OHS trainingArranged training on gas safety, UV and laser safety, and radiation safety. Presented training on contractor OHS management.Designed and delivered a module on OHS leadership to new team leaders as part of a newtraining initiative designed and run by the HR team.Incident response/ investigationSummarised all incidents for the company including contributory causes and preventative action, and analysed results.Reported notifiable incidents to the Regulatory Authority as required.Sent ‘Safety Alerts’ to staff on key incident learnings along with actions required. For example there was a Safety Alert on faulty fuses in electrical devices.Management of contractorsReviewed contractor OHS management competency for staff taking on the role of contractcoordinators.Emergency preparednessFormed a Site Emergency Planning Committee, recruited members and authored anemergency plan. New emergency plan handheld flipchart distributed to the site.Conducted an annual site evacuation drill.Other activities of noteCarried out the role of Technical Committee representative for the Standards Australia Committee on Plant Safety.Invited speaker at two national conferences.3CapabilitiesThe capabilities reflect the learning outcomes for qualifications at Level 5 of the Australian QualificationFramework. For certification activity must be recorded for each capability. This may be over a number of portfolioreports.CapabilityComment on how this capability was demonstratedDepending on the nature of the activity 50 to 100 words per capability is a guideAccess and analyse OHS information from a range of sources to develop knowledge as abasis for actionMaintained professional membership of the SIA and RACI.
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