Make your site safe for work­ers


Central Telegraph - - CQ INDUSTRY -

Ev­ery year an in­creas­ing num­ber of work­ers are in­jured due to ma­chin­ery or equip­ment that is un­in­ten­tion­ally ac­ti­vated.

These sit­u­a­tions can of­ten be pre­vented by hav­ing the ap­pro­pri­ate Lock-out Tag-out Pro­ce­dures in place.

Con­sider if all mem­bers of your team are aware of the right pro­ce­dures and fol­low them con­sis­tently. If not, they are putting them­selves and oth­ers at risk.

Site Skills Train­ing pro­vides con­ve­nient on­line Lock-out Tag-out Pro­ce­dure Train­ing.

This al­lows em­ploy­ers to bring team mem­bers up to speed on cur­rent pro­ce­dures and leg­is­la­tion, de­vel­op­ing ef­fec­tive Lock-out Tag-out Pro­ce­dures to make the work­place safer and more ef­fi­cient.

As an em­ployer it is also your duty to en­sure all em­ploy­ees have the nec­es­sary train­ing and cer­tifi­cates of com­pe­tency for the po­si­tion or ma­chin­ery in which they will be work­ing or op­er­at­ing.

Ver­i­fi­ca­tion of Com­pe­ten­cies are an Aus­tralian health and safety re­quire­ment, to en­sure your em­ploy­ees have the nec­es­sary skills to op­er­ate safely in the work­place.

Site Skills Train­ing can pro­vide Ver­i­fi­ca­tion of Com­pe­ten­cies on site in Cen­tral Queens­land or at their fa­cil­ity in Glad­stone.

Site Skills Train­ing is a leader in pro­vid­ing the right tools, in­for­ma­tion and train­ing to get the job done safely.

Hav­ing the right train­ing is an im­por­tant con­sid­er­a­tion to fac­tor into your work health and safety pro­cesses, which will en­sure you have a ro­bust frame­work to man­age the unique health and safety needs of your or­gan­i­sa­tion.

By set­ting up solid sys­tems and pro­ce­dures, with con­sis­tent eval­u­a­tion, you will help im­prove em­ployee con­fi­dence, in­crease re­ten­tion and de­crease your risk of ac­ci­dents in the work­place.

THE RIGHT STUFF: Site Skills Train­ing pro­vides con­ve­nient on­line Lock-out Tag-out Pro­ce­dure Train­ing.

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