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Sample Contractor Induction Checklist Template

How to Conduct a Contractor Induction Checklist? (Free Template) Contractor OHS Induction checklists are used to evaluate if a general induction was performed and all necessary information from the contractor, subcontractor and/or supplier was provided before commencing work or upon entering a site. The performance of a site induction with a checklist allows contractors/workers to […]

Mental health in the workplace

Mental Health is Indispensable in the Workplace

World Mental Health Day – 10/10 October 10th, marks World Mental Health Day. What better time to remind ourselves how much mental health matters in a health and safety context? There are various steps you can take to make your workplace an example of both good safety and good health practices. Mental health is an undeniable […]

Safety in the workplace

Take a Moment to Think About Safety at Work

Everybody has the right to a safe working environment. No industry should be unsafe to work in and no death or injury is acceptable. A whole community bears the financial cost of poor work health and safety, we know that safe and healthy work benefits everyone regardless of where you are around the world. With this […]

Workplace Safety OSHA

Are you putting your company at risk from EHS non-compliance?

At what cost, are you putting your company at risk? When it comes to dealing with non-compliance in Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) management, one of the first things on most people’s minds are the financial damages. Of course, the prospect of losing money serves as a good deterrent for non-compliance. However, pursuing EHS compliance […]

Ask RUOK? Have the conversation today

Don’t forget to ask #RUOK? A conversation could change a life

R U OK? It’s a simple question, but it can be a tough one to ask. How Australia is asking R U OK? Its the 10th National Day of Action, for R U OK? But everyday should be an R U OK? day. Since 2009, the RUOK?DAY movement has fast become one of the most recognisable […]

How technology has assisted with asbestos management

Sample Template of an Asbestos Register

What is asbestos management? What is an asbestos register? All is answered in this article PLUS a free downloadable asbestos register sample. Donesafe offers asbestos management – Take a look now WHAT IS ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT? A person who is considered the manager or controller of a workplace must ensure that a written plan (an asbestos […]

In the workplace health and safety software

ISO 45001 Health and Safety Management Software

What is an ISO 45001 Health and Safety Management Software? An ISO 45001 Health and Safety Management Software – or system (EHS) is a way in which the following can be managed in one place; policies, processes and procedures required for managing all core business functionalities within an organization. An EHS management system helps coordinate […]

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Highlights of ASSP Safety 2018

Highlights of ASSP Safety 2018 That’s a wrap! The ASSP Safety 2018 Expo has finished for this year and what can we say, it was a great event. The many who attended have walked away with the latest trends and knowledge in the occupational, safety and health industry space. If you were unable to attend, […]

Sample downloadable WHS policies and procedures form

Sample Health and Safety WHS Policies and Procedures

What is meant by policies and procedures? And what is the difference between a policy and a procedure!? A set of policies can be considered to be a set of company principles, rules, and guidelines that have been carefully created by an individual organization to create safer and more fulfilling workplaces. Policies and procedures are […]

ISO 45001 The changes

ISO 45001: A hassle or a blessing?

On September the 3rd, 2017, Donesafe attended the opening ceremony at the XXI World Congress on Safety and Health at Work in Singapore. We heard that “The global economic impact of the failure to adequately invest in occupational safety and health is roughly equal to the total GDP of the poorest 130 countries in the world.” […]

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