Australian health and safety legislation is a notoriously complex field where many employers and business owners feel out of their depth. This is with good reason – one careless move, one box left unticked, could see your employees harmed if an accident should happen.
When you become an Employsure client you will have access to specialist advice. From the forms you need to complete when dealing with machinery or chemicals, to step-by-step advice on completing a risk assessment, or even details on health and safety legislation relating to expectant mothers in the workplace, every risk is addressed by Employsure’s health and safety specialists.
Of course health and safety responsibilities depend on your industry, your employees, and the size and layout of your workplace. Clients can therefore have confidence in the health and safety guidance from our specialists that are most relevant and the creation of a bespoke health and safety handbook.
Employsure clients do not go through it alone. Our additional health and safety guidance services include regular workplace inspections to help identify gaps or areas of non-compliance, access to advice day or night, and a range of online services that make it quick and simple to tick all the boxes.
As Australia’s leading workplace specialists, Employsure is a proud supporter of National SafeWork Month this October. Mysafeworkplace.com.au hosted by Employsure offers free workplace safety training events and webinars for employers nationwide. Attendees at events and webinars go into the draw to win a SafeCheck review worth $750.
You are invited to access free live seminars or webinars addressing various health and safety topics such as:
Employsure is committed to ensuring all business owners and employers have access to work health and safety support in their workplace. Visit mysafeworkplace.com.au today or call us on 1300 651 415 to speak with a specialist.
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