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Know your duties - a tool for working safely
This tool provides information about duties under the model WHS laws, including duties for PCBUs and workers in the agriculture industry, how to meet these duties, and hazards you may face working in agriculture.
An asbestos register is a workplace safety management tool that records the location, type, condition and date of identification of all asbestos and asbestos containing materials at your workplace.
If you are a person with management or control of a…
This model Code of Practice provides guidance on managing the risks of demolition work.
You should use this Code if you:
manage or control a workplace where demolition work is carried out
carry out demolition work.
In this model Code, the…
This model Code of Practice sets out the legal duties for licensed and unlicensed asbestos removal.
This Code is for people involved in asbestos removal at work, including at residential premises. It applies if you:
hired someone to remove asbestos…
This fact sheet provides guidance for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) to deliver white card training through connected real-time delivery due to COVID-19.
Note: The option for RTOs to deliver white card training via connected real-time…
This model Code of Practice provides guidance on managing risks associated with excavation work.
This Code applies to all types of excavation work, including:
bulk excavations more than 1.5 metres deep
This model Code of Practice provides guidance on how to meet the standards of work health and safety (WHS) required under the WHS Act and Regulations in relation to construction work.
In this model Code, the word:
'should' indicates a recommended…
This information sheet provides guidance on managing the risks of crane-lifted work boxes.
It is supported by the general guide to cranes and specific guidance on:
bridge and gantry cranes
This guide is to help major hazard facility (MHF) operators provide information to the local community and authorities about their MHF. It should include what the community should do if a major incident occurs at the facility.
This guide helps …