H&S Management System
Our qualified and highly experienced consultants help companies improve business performance through lowering their health and safety (H&S) risks. There are significant benefits in having an effective H&S Management system such as:
- Demonstrating commitment to H&S in your organisation
- Defining the principals by which H&S will be managed, including acceptable and unacceptable behaviours
- Creation of formal processes to support the collection of information related to H&S
- Allowing systems of safe work to be defined and communicated consistently
Health & Safety Strategy
We develop customised approaches to reducing H&S risks (risk of injury, illness and non-compliance with H&S laws) by establishing H&S processes that meet newest management standards (e.g. AS/NZS ISO 45001 OHSMS) and H&S legislative requirements.
We establish H&S risk management frameworks that incorporate strong governance and H&S management planning processes that integrate with sound business practices and assess a company’s H&S performance and processes before developing a road map to drive improved business performance through reducing H&S risks.
We focus on strong governance performance linked to and aligned with business planning, operational and risk management processes to enhance compliance and reduce injury and illness risks.
Critical Risk Management
We want to help you focus on your business goals and objectives by using a safety lens to identify your ‘critical few’ hazards and ensure that your controls and processes are effective. This is important as the critical risks are the ones that will stop your business.
To prevent fatal and catastrophic events from occurring – the critical controls must be clearly defined and understood with clarity as to who is responsible for implementation. A critical control management approach is an effective way of achieving this, by focusing risk management on those controls that are most critical for health and safety.
International Council on Mining and Metals ‘Critical Control Management