Safety Management Systems

Prosafe develop a systematic approach that is integrated into normal business practice and develop plans for implementation, monitoring and review. It requires use of planning processes to manage risk in product / facility / service provision design to manufacture, operation, maintenance and cleaning. This method includes both qualitative and quantitative risk analysis to allow the additional development of targeted emergency and contingency plans.

What are the benefits?

The primary benefit in implementing a Safety Management System is the assistance it can provide in meeting the moral and legal duties of employers.

Benefits include:

  • prevention of workplace injury and disease
  • reduced loss of working days due to injury and accidents
  • lowered incidence of workers' compensation claims
  • minimised work stoppages due to safety disputes
  • improved work methods and worker morale, leading to improved productivity
  • a framework for meeting legislative responsibilities

What are the legal duties?

Implementation of an Safety Management System does not exempt an employer from meeting legislative requirements. An Safety Management System is not a substitute for the law or the outcomes required by the law. However a Safety Management System will help you meet your legal duties.

Prepare WHS Procedural Manuals

Prosafe develop induction and procedural manuals to suit the requirements of the worksite, workers and industry including:

  • hazardous materials manifests
  • emergency response procedures
  • incident reporting recording
  • investigation and fault / costs analysis reporting
  • safe working procedure documentation
  • contractor safety requirement
  • rehabilitation programs and procedures
  • pre-placement health evaluation
  • compliance with industry requirements i.e. construction, maritime, or mining industries
  • critical incident management plans