Whs Duties and Responsibilities Essay

1670 Words Mar 3rd, 2015 7 Pages
Contents Introduction 2 WHS Duties and Responsibilities 2 Officer 4 Duties of others 4 Purpose of the WHS Act for Manufacturing Organisation 5 Safety Practices 5 Consultation Methods 6 Risk assessment 6 WHS Training Requirements 7 Delivery Method 7 Reference List 8

The purpose of this report is to inform managers, office workers and workers about WHS responsibilities. This report examines 3 policies and procedures and consultation methods to provide relevant information regarding WHS. Also in this report you will find how to provide effective WHS training for workers.

Introduction

The purpose of this report is to inform stakeholders about WHS policies and procedures, methods of consultation and WHS training
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PCBU
A PCBU, through its officers, has a duty under the WHS Act to consult with workers at all levels of the business. Senior leaders and managers should promote and foster open lines of communication and consultation with workers. This can be achieved by: * Creating and nurturing joint partnerships with: * workplace work groups * HSRs and employee representatives * other involved PCBUs. * Ensuring effective consultation processes are built in to the business through its systems, policies and procedures. * Engage with workers by being visible and open to feedback and ideas.

Officer
An officer is a senior executive who makes, or participates in making, decisions that affect the whole, or a substantial part, of a business or undertaking. Officers have a duty to be proactive and continuously ensure that the business or

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