WHS / OHS Documentation

WHS / OHS Policies customised and branded for your company by JSEAsy

You must ensure that information, training and instruction provided to a worker is suitable and adequate having regard to the nature of the work carried out by the worker. An employer or PCBU must ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, that the information, training and instruction provided to a worker is provided in a way that is readily understandable by any person to whom it is provided.

Safety, Health Environment and Quality are all important factors in business.
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Safety policies are crucial safeguards, ensuring the well-being of individuals and the integrity of operations in any environment.

Why does your business need WHS Policies?

Having a comprehensive suite of workplace health and safety policies is an absolute game-changer for any business. Here’s why you should consider investing in these policies:

Employee Well-being: Your employees are your most valuable asset. Implementing robust health and safety policies demonstrates your commitment to their well-being. It fosters a safer and healthier work environment, reducing accidents and illnesses that could otherwise affect their productivity and morale.

Legal Compliance: Adhering to health and safety regulations isn’t just about avoiding fines; it’s about creating a workplace that meets legal standards. Having comprehensive policies in place ensures that you’re compliant with all relevant laws and regulations, mitigating legal risks and potential liabilities.

Enhanced Productivity: A safe workplace is a productive workplace. When employees feel safe and secure, they’re more focused and engaged in their tasks. Reduced accidents and injuries mean fewer disruptions to workflow, leading to increased productivity and efficiency.

Cost Savings: Investing in workplace health and safety policies may seem like an expense, but it’s an investment that pays off. Fewer accidents mean lower workers’ compensation costs, decreased absenteeism, and reduced insurance premiums. Ultimately, it saves money in the long run.

Reputation and Brand Image: A company that prioritizes its employees’ safety earns a reputation as a responsible and caring employer. This positive image not only attracts top talent but also enhances your brand’s reputation among customers and partners.

Continuous Improvement: Implementing these policies isn’t a one-time task. It’s an ongoing process that involves regularly reviewing and updating procedures to adapt to new risks or regulations. This continuous improvement mindset ensures that your workplace stays safe and up-to-date.

Employee Confidence and Trust: Knowing that their employer is invested in their safety builds trust and confidence among employees. It fosters a positive company culture where employees feel valued and cared for, leading to higher retention rates and better employee loyalty.

Investing in workplace health and safety policies isn’t just a legal requirement; it’s a strategic move that benefits your employees, your bottom line, and your company’s reputation. It creates a win-win situation where employees feel secure, and the business operates more efficiently and effectively.

Comprehensive Offerings: JSEAsy Premium Version Inclusions

A full list of the WHS Forms, Policies and procedures included in the premium version can be found here.

The following policies and procedures are included in the JSEAsy Premium version or available for purchase individually.
The documents are customised for your business and the state or region you operate in. They will reference your people, the applicable Act, Legislation and the regulator for your regions.
Our WHS forms are split into 3 categories: Policy, Register and Job. Policy forms are listed below:

WHS – Form 04 – WHS Policy

WHS – Form 05 – WHS Policy Statement

WHS – Form 08 – Rehabilitation Policy Statement

WHS – Form 09 – Rehabilitation Policy

WHS – Form 16 – Subcontractor WHS Requirements

WHS – Form 17 – Subcontractor Safety Notification

WHS – Form 21 – Workplace Health and Safety Audit Matrix

WHS – Form 22 – Workplace Health and Safety Management Plan

WHS – Form 23 – Environmental Policy Statement

WHS – Form 27 – JSEA Preparation Flow Chart

WHS – Form 32 – Working at Heights Policy

WHS – Form 33 – Drugs and Alcohol Policy

WHS – Form 34 – Harassment, Discrimination and Workplace Bullying Policy

WHS – Form 37 – Manual Handling Policy

WHS – Form 38 – Work tools & equipment checks policy and procedure

WHS – Form 39 – Fall From Height – Emergency Response Procedure – if access equip on site

WHS – Form 40 – Fall From Height – Emergency Response Procedure – No access equip on site

WHS – Form 41 – EWP – Emergency Response Procedure

WHS – Form 50 – First Aid risk assessment and procedure

WHS – Form 51 – Hazard and Risk Management Procedure

WHS – Form 54 – WHS Manual

WHS – Form 55 – WHS Policy (Cleaning Industry)

WHS – Form 59 – Fitness For Work – Testing Protocol and Policy

WHS – Form 58 Incident Reporting Procedure

WHS – Form 64 Workplace Relation and Compliance Statement

WHS – Form 65 – Equal Opportunity Policy and Statement

WHS – Form 66 WHSE Roles and Responsibilities

WHS – Form 67 – Equal Opportunity Policy and Statement

WHS – Form 68 Trench and Excavations Incident Emergency Response Procedure

WHS Form 69 Vehicle or Mobile Plant Rollover Emergency Response Procedure

WHS Form 70 Fatigue Management Policy and Procedure

WHS Form 75 WHS Objectives and Targets

WHS Form 76 WHS Performance Targets and Assessment

WHS Form 80 Fall from Heights Rope Access Emergency Response Procedure

WHS Form 81 Management of Change

WHS Form 82 Firearms and Suppressors Policy and Procedure

WHS Form 83 Environmental Risk Assessment

WHS Form 84 Speed Management Policy and Procedure

WHS Form 85 Gross and Axle Weights Policy and Procedure

WHS Form 86 Heavy Vehicle Loading Procedure

WHS Form 87 Inclement Weather Policy

WHS Form 92 Code of Conduct

WHS Form 94 Boat or Vessel Induction

WHS Form 100 Modern Slavery Policy

WHS Form 104 Emergency Response Plan and Procedure

WHS Form 109 Mass Dimension and Load Restraint Policy

WHS Form 110 Life Saving Rules

WHS Form 112 Hazardous Substances and Dangerous Goods Policy and Procedure

WHS Form 115 Hearing Conservation and Noise Management Policy and Procedure

WHS Form 116 Respiratory Protection Policy and Procedure

WHS Form 117 Stop Work Authority Policy and Procedure

WHS Form 119 Hot Works Policy and Procedure

Safety policies play a vital role in safeguarding individuals' well-being and maintaining operational integrity across various environments.