Risk Level Matrix
Five Step Hierarchical Process
The hierarchy of hazard control has five levels, with those at the top of the list being the most effective. They can be summarized as:
Risk Assessment Tool Template
Problems I have Found
Employees are stressed at work
Some of the employees are coming in drunk or hungover
Manager is harassing some of the new workers
Provide Stress Relieving therapy’s
Create new Workplace Policy which created better standards for workers
Discrimination and Harrassment Policy to the manager.
WHS Legislation and Codes of Practices
The Work Health and Safety Act 2011 (WHS Act) and Work Health and Safety Regulations 2011 (WHS Regulations) in the Commonwealth jurisdiction. The WHS Act and WHS Regulations implement model work health and safety laws that have also been adopted in most of the Australian states and territories.
Codes of practice can be approved under the WHS Act. They are practical guides to achieving the standards of health, safety and welfare required under the WHS Act and the WHS Regulations.
An approved code of practice applies to anyone who has a duty of care in the circumstances described in the code. In most cases, following an approved code of practice would achieve compliance with the health and safety duties in the WHS Act, in relation to the subject matter of the code.
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