Companies under the WHS Regulation are obligated to protect workers and others from the risk of serious injury or death from the conduct of High Risk Construction Work, as defined in WHS legislation.
The High Risk Construction Work Policy is a 38-page document that shows a businesses commitment towards eliminating or reducing the number and severity of High Risk Construction Work incidents by implementing comprehensive risk management procedures to identify and manage high risk hazards and the associated risks arising from those hazards.
The High Risk Construction Work Module can be used as a stand-alone document or incorporated into your existing WHS Management System.
This module includes:
Product Sample (Extract Only)
Incidents resulting from High Risk Construction Work commonly lead to serious injuries or death and therefore, XYZ Company is committed to eliminating and reducing the number, frequency and severity of injuries and illness caused by undertaking High Risk Construction Work on site.
Objective: To define High Risk Construction Work and to outline risk management strategies and mechanisms used by XYZ Company to eliminate, or reduce and control risks arising from any High Risk Work conducted on site.