Identify, assess and control hazards

Under the model WHS laws, a person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) must manage the risk of psychosocial hazards in the workplace.  

This infographic shows how to apply the four step risk management process to prevent work-related psychosocial injury and illness.

Under the model Work Health and Safety Laws, workplaces that handle or use hazardous chemicals must use the hierarchy of controls to manage health and safety risks.  

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Electrical shocks are a major cause of serious injury or death in the trade industry. 

This infographic shows how to apply the risk management process to manage psychosocial hazards

Use this guide if you manage risks to workers exposed to diesel exhaust at the workplace, including: 

  • drive-in booth operators 

  • miners 

In some circumstances, you have a right to stop or refuse to carry out unsafe work. You have this right if you have reasonable concern of a serious risk to your health and safety.

The follow provides information about common enquiries for working in heat.   

Workers may face increased or additional work health and safety risks when working alone or in a remote location. This includes a lack of second opinion, support or assistance with difficult tasks,

Where possible, as a PCBU, you must always eliminate a risk. That means first thinking about if quad bikes are right for the job. When this is not reasonably practicable, you must minimise risks, s