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Ignorance of the law is no excuse' and few occupants in CBD buildings - including lawyers - would be aware that "occupier" obligations under the fire safety regulations extend beyond mere participation in the building owner's compliance regime.  The "occupier" (each tenant) often has distinct statutory obligations, including the need for a specific evacuation plan, diagrams, staff training, etc..  Corrina and the team at Life International Training recently provided our firm with the materials and training needed to comply with these occupier obligations.  They were knowledgeable, efficient and the service was cost effective.  The training was convenient, practical and personable.  I recommend them.

Ben, Ellem Warren Lawyers

Our new sister company Life International Compliance can assist with all WHS requirements.

The Work Health and Safety Act 2011 and its supporting Work Health & Safety Regulation Qld 2011does impose obligations on both employers and employees to pursue better management and control of health and safety in the workplace.  This requires an effective, visible system of controls based on workplace needs, and legislative standards.  Therefore, the development of a formal and appropriate WHS System is a priority.

Seven Essential Elements of Work Health & Safety System

  • The following are, considered to be, essential elements:

    • Establishment of a Workplace Health and Safety Policy and confirming management commitment
    • Development of Workplace Health and Safety Authorities, Duties and Responsibilities
    • Development of Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Control processes
    • Development of Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) to cover all tasks and activities
    • Development of an Employee, Contractor and Visitor Induction Process
    • Accident/incident reporting and investigation, WorkCover & Return to Work Rehabilitation
    • Injury Management
    To meet the requirements of the legislation, the system must not only produce the required standards, but must be capable of demonstrating, to the satisfaction of an Inspector, the means, by which this is achieved

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