TalkHEALTH AND SAFETY SERVICESMaking sure safety is everyone’s business!
In a supportive and robust safety culture, all people understand, accept, and highlight health, safety and wellbeing.
Our trusted and proven consultants with real-world experience partner with you to create positive changes to your workplace to improve your employees’ health, wellbeing and productivity. Our customised health and safety advice meets both legislative requirements and your specific business requirements, incorporating the latest Australian standards, evidence-based research, and OHS best practice.
Providing an environment that promotes and supports the physical and psychological health and wellbeing of employees in your workplace, our health and safety consulting services assist your business to create a safer workplace for everyone.
We support businesses of all sizes, with a range of services
- Plant and Equipment Risk Assessment
- Manual Handling Risk Assessment
- Traffic Management Risk Assessment
- Chemical Risk Assessment.
- Working from home Procedure
- Safe Work Procedures (SWP)
- Safe Operating Procedures (SOP)
- Traffic Management Plans (TMP)
- Mental Health and Wellbeing Policy
Our experienced consultants can identify key areas that may need immediate attention and work with you to implement improvement initiatives.
Tailored onsite health and safety Support
High-Risk Role Review is a preventative approach to reducing harm and subsequent physical or mental injuries. At an organisational level, high-risk role reviews promote a culture of employee wellbeing and minimise harm. Work demands are the easiest to identify, such as pace of work, environment, and work variety. Risk and protective factors will also be identified within high-risk role reviews, including the physical and psychological design of the job, team/ group factors, organisational context, home/work conflict, and individual biopsychosocial factors.
Job Dictionary acts as a support tool for injury management staff and managers to effectively draw upon return to work options during an injured worker’s recovery and return to work. The use of the catalogue enables enhanced early discussions with treating practitioners to determine whether the demands of a particular return to work role is reasonable based on the worker’s current condition.
Task Analysis provides detailed information on what an individual is required to do in their role. A task analysis is critical to safety, safe work operations, and minimising harm. It facilitates a robust recruitment process using the task analysis to measure an employee’s capacity and suitability in meeting the inherent requirements of the role. It includes activities broken down into smaller tasks or steps recorded within a documented representation of the analysed activity.