OHS–Occupational Health & Safety. What is OHS?. OHS is about the health, safety and welfare of all people in the workplace. Legal framework. The OHS Act 2000 and OHS Regulation 2001 constitute the main legislative framework for injury prevention in the workplace.
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OHS is about the health, safety and welfare of all people in the workplace.
The employer is responsible for:
Everyone at the workplace must:
Consultation arrangements should:
Consultation is required when:
Consultation may be undertaken by any one or more of
Consultation also occurs in other workplace forums
such as staff meetings, team and committee
What are the consultation arrangements at this workplace?
Where relevant, who is the OHS committee or OHS representative?
Where can a copy of the OHS consultation statement be found?
Monitor and Review
Consult and Communicate
Eliminate or control risks
Possible ways to identify hazards?
If you are injured at work: