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Planning for safety checklist

The checklist below should be used as a tool to assist an organisation or club determine a planning matrix around responsibility for WHS issues. This should be used as a guide only, and can have additional parameters added if required.


Who is responsible

Are the safety issues addressed?


What needs to be done?

Purchasing eg. Manager
eg. Yes
eg. Conditional approval by manager, then approved by Board eg. Manager to be competent with needs of situation for safety, followed by an effective Board making decisions in a timely manner
Organising tasks/managing environment
Managing risks
Managing work health and safety incidents, including reporting and investigating incidents and injuries
Managing contracts and contractors
Providing training, information and instruction

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