Objectives of the WHSMS related to Pitstop
Occupational Safety Solutions management plans clearly document your management’s commitment to Work Health and Safety (WHS), asbestos, quality control and the environment, as well as project management procedures and reporting tools
WHS Policies and procedures;
A policy is a course or principle of action. Common features of good policy are it:
states matter of principle
has a focus on action, stating what is to be done and by who?
is an authoritative statement, made by a person or body with the power to do so?
A procedure sets out the steps to be followed for work activities.
responsibilities and accountabilities for WHS
Briefly outlining how WHS responsibility works in Pitstop
Organizational and legal requirement of Consultation for Pitstop
Health and Safety committee
Define HS committee, functions, roles and responsibilities for Pitstop
WHS risk management and procedures
Develop performance management review systems in terms WHS. Create Input basis and Outcome basis KPIs (3 each) to track the performance of management.
Ex. Actions for input and number of injury output.
Writing the system and procedure of WHS Staff Training of Pitstop
Monitoring and Supervision
Officers and supervisors must also monitor and supervise the safety performance of their workforce. Monitoring often includes risk and task assessments that are completed before work begins. Supervision ensures that workers are following their safety requirements.
The final element is reporting. Safety reporting occurs at every level of an organisation. Workers and managers need to report and rectify unsafe hazards and conditions whilst board members also have an obligation to remain aware of safety issues being experienced by the workforce.
Note: Your report must not exceed 2 pages nor exclude any of the aforementioned elements.
WHS Policy and Procedure
The term you write in your policy must be define so that readers understand.
Please ensure you have enlisted 6 Phenomenon (under column 1) and you have explained each of them following the first one created for you as an example.
1. Hazard Assessment
a) Developing Hazard identification checklist
b) Identifying Hazard
c) Communicating Hazard checklist
d) Getting approval of checklist.
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