A Workers Guide to Commonly Used Safety Tools E-Book

Reported by Monica | 01 May, 2017

With a business, projects, and deadlines to keep in mind, business operators have a lot to keep track of. To add to this, business operators are also required to keep and supply a paper trail of documents to demonstrate compliance with workplace health and safety legislation and standards. Essential for compliance purposes, adequate workplace health and …


2016 Release Plumbing SWMS

Reported by Monica | 24 Nov, 2016

Six new release safe work method statements (SWMS) in our updated 2016 template have just been released. These plumbing related SWMS cover the general hazards and controls associated with various plumbing tasks from pump and valve installation, water jetter, roughins plus more. Each SWMS is pre-filled, with generic hazards and control measures, and assesses the …

Safety Observers Essential to Site Safety

Reported by Monica | 18 Oct, 2016

Spotters are responsible for one of the most important tasks on site, not only are they responsible for ensuring safe machinery movements on site, but also ensuring that plant operators are safe from potential hazards such as overhead power lines.


Forklift Safety: Managing the Risks

Reported by Monica | 13 Oct, 2016

Commonly used in warehouse, industrial, transport and logistic settings, the use of forklifts in workplaces can present serious hazards.


New 2016 Release Safe Work Method Statements

Reported by Monica | 01 Sep, 2016

Our comprehensive library of over 350 SWMS is currently being upgraded by our team of writers. This bi-annual review allows us to make improvements based on feedback from our clients, as well as ensuring the SWMS we provide are up-to-date with current legislation.   2016 Release SWMS Now Available! Brick Block Laying SWMS Concrete (steel …


New chemicals database published by Safe Work Australia aids transition

Reported by Stephen | 07 Jul, 2016

Manufacturers, importers, suppliers and end-users of chemicals will now find it much easier to comply with requirements of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS), thanks to a new chemicals database published by Safe Work Australia.