Compliance 

"The productivity of work is not the responsibility of the worker but of the manager.

Druckers

​General Responsibilities of Governments for Occupational Health and Safety Include:
  • Enforcement of occupational health and safety legislation.

  • Workplace inspections.

  • Incident investigations (e.g., those incidents involving serious injuries or deaths).

  • Dissemination of information.

  • Promotion of training, education and research.

  • Resolution of OH&S disputes.

 

 

What Are the Employees' Rights and Responsibilities?


 

  • Work in compliance with OH&S acts and regulations.

  • Use personal protective equipment and clothing as directed by the employer.

  • Report workplace hazards and dangers to the supervisor or employer.

  • Work in a safe manner as required by the employer and use the prescribed safety equipment.

  • Tell the supervisor or employer about any missing or defective equipment or protective device that may be dangerous.
     

The Manager or Supervisor Must:

  1. Make sure workers work in compliance with OH&S acts and regulations.

  2. Make sure that workers use prescribed protective equipment and/or devices.

  3. Advise workers of potential and actual hazards.

  4. Provide workers with written instructions as to the measures and procedures to be taken for protection of the worker.

  5. Take every reasonable precaution in the circumstances for the protection of workers.

  6. Managers and supervisors act on behalf of the employer, and hence have the responsibility to meet the duties of the employer as specified in the Act for the work they (the managers and supervisors) direct.

Employees Have the Following Three Basic Rights:
  1. Right to participate in the workplace health and safety activities through the Health and Safety Committee (HSC) or as a worker health and safety representative.

  2. Right to know, or the right to be informed about, actual and potential dangers in the workplace.

  3. Right to refuse unsafe work.

Our Service Help Employers: 

•    Establish and maintain a health and safety committee, or cause workers to select at least one health and safety representative.
•    Take every reasonable precaution to ensure the workplace is safe.
•    Train employees about any potential hazards and in how to safely use, handle, store and dispose of hazardous substances and how to handle emergencies.
•    Make sure workers know how to use and handle the equipment safely and properly.
•    Make sure workers use any necessary personal protective equipment.
•    Immediately report all critical injuries to the government department responsible for OH&S.
•    Appoint a competent supervisor who sets the standards for performance, and who ensures safe working conditions are always observed.

 
 
 
 
 

 

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