The registered owner systematically identifies and records actual and potential on-road and workplace hazards.
A documented process that—
outlines the range of hazards facing employees on-road and in the workplace
includes the definition of significant hazard used in health and safety legislation.
A review of hazard registers to support the process in action.
There are appropriate controls in place for significant hazards based on the hierarchy in health and safety legislation to—
isolate the hazard to prevent the exposure to that particular hazard; or
minimise the impact of the hazard.
A procedure for developing appropriate controls.
Hazard registers (or similar) that identify significant hazards and their controls.
A documented process for the issue, renewal, and maintenance of safety equipment and personal protective equipment.
There are appropriately trained or experienced people leading the identification and management of hazards.
Records of training or skills and experience of people leading on-road and workplace hazard management.
A documented process to obtain specialist advice to manage specific hazards as required.
Health and safety information specific to the workplace is available to all employees.
Access to health and safety information is available in the workplace (eg, posters, signs, training, intranet site, or similar).
There are ongoing opportunities for employee representatives to be involved in the identification and management of hazards.
Evidence of ongoing employee consultation and involvement in the identification and management of hazards.
Health monitoring is undertaken in relation to specific tasks as required.
A documented process to—
determine if health monitoring is required in relation to specific tasks
undertake health monitoring (as required) and provide feedback to employees.
There is appropriate health and safety training for new employees and employees transferring to a new work area, role, or task.
Induction training includes (where appropriate)—
incident and injury reporting
the process for employee health and safety representation
the use and maintenance of relevant health and safety equipment, including personal protective equipment.
Evidence that trainers have the relevant skills, experience, or qualifications to conduct training.
New employees or those undergoing on-the-job training are supervised by skilled and experienced staff.
There is training in relation to hazards associated with specific tasks, roles, or areas of work.
Training needs for specific areas of work, roles, or tasks are identified.
Evidence of training for specific tasks (eg, certification, training records).
Health and safety information and training are provided in a manner that ensures that key messages are understood, taking into account language, literacy, vision, hearing, and other variables.
Health and safety training is understood by employees (eg, signed forms).
Exposure of visitors to workplace hazards is minimised.
Clear marking of designated areas, visitor controls, induction for site visitors, and provision of appropriate personal protective equipment for visitors to the workplace and within the vicinity of vehicles.