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Work, Health & Safety Management Systems

A Work, Health & Safety Management System (WHSMS) is a coordinated and systematic approach to managing Health and Safety. WHSMSs help organisations to continually improve their safety performance, ensuring compliance with Health and Safety legislation and standards.

WHSMS may include but are not limited to policies, procedures and guidelines for:
• WHS policies
• WHS roles & responsibilities
• Safety objectives & targets
• Consultation
• Toolbox and staff meeting structures
• Drug & alcohol
• Bullying & harassment
• Workplace Stress
• Training & competency requirements
• Health & Safety Inductions
• Hazard identification and control
• Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS)
• Personal Protective Equipments (PPE)
• Hazardous substances
• Manual handling
• Electrical Safety
• Tag-lock out
• Emergency response procedures
• First Aid
• Incident reporting & investigation
• Hazard reporting
• Injury management & return to work
• Issue Resolution
• Contractor Management
• Corrective action & improvement register
• Extreme weather
• Compliance & audit checklists
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