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3 Reasons Workplace Hazards Go Unreported

3 Reasons Workplace Hazards Go Unreported

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In this article we look at 3 common reasons why workplace hazards go unreported: 1. Culture: Group Thinking When humans are put into groups we are less likely to take action or...
How to Review the Safety Controls

How to Review the Safety Controls

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Review the Safety Controls The control measures that you put in place should be reviewed regularly to make sure they work as planned. Don’t wait until something goes wrong. There are...
How to Control Risk

How to Control Risk?

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The most important step in managing risks involves eliminating them so far as is reasonably practicable, or if that is not possible, minimizing the risks so far as is...
How to Identify the Hazard

How to Identify the Hazard?

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How to Find Hazards INSPECT THE WORKPLACE Regularly walking around the workplace and observing how things are done can help you predict what could or might go wrong. Look at how people...
Who Has Responsibility For Managing Work Health & Safety Risks

Who Has Responsibility For Managing Work Health & Safety Risks?

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Managing Work Health And Safety Risks The WHS Act and Regulations require persons who have a duty to ensure health and safety to ‘manage risks’ by eliminating health and safety...
Different Types Of Hazards

Different Types Of Hazards

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Different Types Of Hazards SAFETY HAZARDS: These are the most common and will be present in most workplaces at one time or another. They include unsafe conditions that can cause...
Top 10 Rooftop Safety Hazards

Top 10 Rooftop Safety Hazards

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The Top 10 Rooftop Safety Hazards Roof Stability- Is the roof strong enough to support the weight of a human. Are the trusses intact? Will the roof bow on a...
Have a Look at the Fire Prevention Requirements

Have a Look at the Fire Prevention Requirements

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Fire Prevention Requirements Fire Prevention Plans Write a fire prevention plan for each facility. Include a list of major workplace fire hazards; potential ignition sources; the type of fire suppression equipment...
Standard Operating Procedures For Fire Prevention

Standard Operating Procedures For Fire Prevention

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Fire Prevention The fire prevention procedures presented here are basic. They should be supplemented by whatever other standards the commander feels are needed to protect the ASA. At the minimum,...
When to Fight the Fire And When Not To

When to Fight the Fire And When Not To ?

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Fight the fire only if all of the following are true: Everyone has left or is leaving the building. The fire department is being called. The fire is small...

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