In Australia, businesses are required by the state health & safety legislation to undertake adequate safety risk assessment in their workplace and all safety-related risks to be controlled and managed. Duty-holders have obligations under the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 (OHS Act) to ensure the health and safety of people ‘so far as reasonably […]

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Why do Certification companies like acronyms and numbers? What do the acronyms OHSAS / OH&S / WHS AS actually mean? And why the numbers? As a savvy business owner you must already be aware or know about ISO 9001 certification. BUT just when you think you have a handle on the certification there are additional […]

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By Isaac Patturajan Isaac is a consultant from Anitech Consulting, Isaac can help companies with internal auditing, Implementing QHSE management systems, Managing QHSE management systems after Certification, Facilitate Management review meetings, Manage Non-Conformances. Once an organisation has achieved certification to one of the management system standards: ISO 9001 ��Quality Management System OHSAS 18001 � Occupational […]

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One of the requirements listed in ISO 9001 is to conduct internal audits regularly in order to stay up to date with the requirements of the ISO 9001 standard. not only will this allow you to stay certified it will also ensure that you are competitive. To maintain and meet the requirements, companies need to […]

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The concept of gaining someone�s trust is a rather draining and tiring task, it is even more arduous when an organisation endeavors to build up brand trust. However once you have acquired the trust of customers, the rewards of your hard labour can be reaped. The same can be applied to a reliable Management system […]

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Put your employees� safety at the top priority of your organisation�s agenda. Occupational Health and Safety (OHSAS 18001) is the internationally recognized assessment specification for occupational health and safety management systems Many organisations are implementing an Occupational Health and Safety Management System�(OHSMS)�as part of their risk management strategy to address changing legislation and protect their […]

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Unions are calling for tougher safety regulations and enforcement to stop workers falling to their deaths at worksites, saying more people will be killed unless self-regulation is scrapped. Falls from heights are a major cause of death and injury in Australian workplaces, according to Safe Work Australia. Of the 800,000 Australians who work at heights, […]

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