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Our library is a information portal designed to get the right information to you. As technology improves, knowledge is added to the world and regulations change, so must you adapt. The cost of in-action is a clear detriment and course of potential negligence to you and your team. We stand ready to assist by sharing our many years of combined experience accross many sectors in the aim of improving your overall safety and general wellbeing. After all theres no such thing as secrets in an emergency!

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Safety Resources

The MUST items

Acts and Regulations. These are your minimum obligations and are enforceable by law. Failure to impose these actions, items or processes can equate to fines, prosecution and goal time.

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Depending on your state or territory various Work Health and Safety minimum requirements may be in effect. If you need further assistance or help call our team anytime, or contact your state regulator for more advice and assistance.   

The SHOULD items

Guidance material, these are your suggested go-to's. They help list the best methods for getting it right over your chosen fields. Failure to comply here can still lead to serious consequences but generally, the listed items are a guideline and may not be enforceable by law.

 

minimum obligations and are enforceable by law. Failure to impose these actions, items or processes can equate to fines, prosecution and goal time.

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Again, it may depend on the sate and territory you live in, but, those should items are implied steps you need to take into account for the provision of a safe workplace. For example, it is an expectation 'should' that all persons acting on behalf of their organisation (an Office Holder, or, The Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking 'PCBU') should provide appropriate training to their workers for emergencies. At the same time they MUST prepare emergency plans and enforce them within the workplace. In this example its critical to see the expectation creates the MUST-do items, whilst those MUST items create the expectation. In short the MUST and SHOULD's go hand-in-hand.

The BEST fit

As you move through your requirements you can now start to navigate the needs, wants and minimum requirements of your operations and workforce.

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A BEST fit is the most appropriate fix for your structure and team. Whilst some organisations require very specific protections in specific setting, you may now. An example is a hospital. This facility by law is required to fulfil a different set of obligations to that of a carpark. Each site has a duty to provide a safe workplace but, the moths will vary.

Knowing how to navigate these responsibilities it crucial to ensuring sucsess. 

My site RULES

You need your own flavour and approach. This is designed to make the small items flow as easily as possible for you and the team. Knowing how to properly engineer and create applicable rules that compliment; industry guidance material, best practice, Codes of Practice, Regulations and legal frameworks can be a challenge. Let us help and share knowledge.

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Understanding that when you design site rules you are still doing so in accordance with the law and every step below is a really important skill. In some cases you are required by law to ensure you use a planing consultant and in all cases a properly qualified or, 'Competent Person' to do so. 

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