Workplace Health & Safety (WHS) Policy
Statewide Building Projects strives to provide a safe working environment for its employees. This includes all employees, subcontractors, and visitors in the office or on-site.
- Compliance with WHS legislation and Australian Standards.
- To prevent work-related injuries and illness, make every reasonable and practicable effort to create a safe working environment.
- Use the Hierarchy of Control to develop processes that reduce the risk of injury for workers and others.
- Improve the performance of our WHS Management System.
- Management should review a system of measurable objectives and targets.
- We need to provide training that will improve our workers’ awareness of WHS.
- We will provide the resources necessary to implement and maintain the WHS Management System.
- Consultation with interested parties and workers
- All workers should be informed about WHS.
We will meet this requirement by:
- Subscribe to safety blogs, industry associations and regulatory bodies.
- It is important to stay abreast of technological advances. This can help you achieve a safer outcome.
- Encourage our employees to take a proactive approach in regards to safety, and assume personal responsibility for WHS.
- Setting measurable WHS targets and objectives to improve our WHS Management System.
- Reviewing employee training records, and arranging appropriate training as needed.
- Discussions about WHS in team meetings and trade meetings.
- Regularly communicate WHS statistics to your employees.