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height safety inspections

workplace safety inspections

machinery safety inspections

inspections

We inspect, audit and conduct risk assessments for areas at height, workplaces and plant. Our comprehensive reports detail conformance issues, provide risk assessments and recommend solutions to enable work to be undertaken safely and within legislative requirements.


We inspect all types of buildings and workplaces across industry sectors: Industrial - Manufacturing  - Warehouse - Mining - Commercial - Residential - Health - Education - Government

height safety inspections

The National Work Health Safety Regulations  (4.4) and State based OHS Regulations require fall hazards to be identified and managed.

 

Fall hazards must be identified for:

roof access, access across roofs, roof top equipment and gutters For areas under roofs, within ceiling spaces, on plant and equipment, platforms, ramps and gantries.

It includes identifying fall hazards below floor level into workshop pits, tanks, openings and within confined spaces.

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workplace inspections

The National Work Health Safety Regulations  (3.1) and State based OHS Regulations require workplace hazards to be identified and managed and for safe workplaces and facilities to be provided and maintained.

 

This includes identifying hazards for the general working environment and ensuring that the workplace layout, facilities, exits, lighting, floors & signage comply with OHS and Australian Standards.

machinery inspections

The National Work Health Safety Regulations  (5) and State based OHS Regulations require that persons who manage or control plant at a workplace must identify  any hazards associated with plant and must manage any risks to health and safety .

This includes identifying hazards associated with accessing plant, layout of plant, ergonomics, guarding, signage, warning devices and emergency stops.