WHS Site Assessment

Saunders Safety & Training believe carrying out frequent workplace assessments and inspections is a pro-active way of identifying common workplace risks, and introducing action plans to avoid injuries and work related illnesses.

WHS Site Assessments are an important part of the general duty of care in any organisation and are necessary to pinpoint aspects of the working environment that could potentially cause harm or damage. Through reviewing the workplace standards in accordance with legal and your company requirements we will provide a means to help control the working conditions therefore helping those who are at risk of injury.

When we conduct a WHS Site Assessment we consider:

  • Listening to the concerns of you and your workers
  • Reviewing workplace hazard and incident reporting data
  • Identifying current and potential dangers and determining their primary cause
  • Analysing the effectiveness of any past implemented hazard controls.

We also will look at the environment, equipment, and the process of work.

 To check to see if you are an “At Risk” employer click here to contact us.

Mental Health First Aid Training – 2020 Course Postponed

Saunders Safety & Training have identified the need for the community to become more proficient and confident in assisting those who are affected by a mental health disease. As such we are running a two day nationally accredited course that provides practical information about key mental illnesses and first aid processes.

Contact us for further details on the next session

COVID-19 Back to Work Cleanliness Inspection & Certificate

Unfortunately, many workplaces have had to effectively shut down due to COVID-19, which presents the question, how do you know your workplace is safe to return to?
We want to help ensure your employees and customers safety, this is why we are conducting a ‘Back to Work Cleanliness Inspection and Certificate’.

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