Safety

Changes to the Chain of Responsibility COR

How will the Chain of Responsibility changes affect businesses?

It’s not new news that employers have an obligation to keep their workers safe. The National Heavy Vehicle Law (HVNL) changes the new Chain of Responsibility (CoR) laws for Australia’s heavy vehicle industry will come into play and effective midway through 2018. These changes align CoR laws more closely with workplace health and safety (WHS) […]

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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, […]

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Sample Health and Safety WHS Policies and Procedures

Quick Link Download template now – Go What is meant by policies and procedures? 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 […]

Panel Discussion with Cofounders OHS Leaders Summit 2018

Top three takeaways from OHS Leaders Summit 2018

OHS Leaders Summit 2018 – 150 delegates, 20 leading solution providers, 3 Platinum and Gold sponsors, 2 days, and 1 venue. The event was jam-packed with networking, presentations, panel discussions, and targeted sessions from OHS Professionals, high-level speakers, and best practice examples of technology innovations. This was Donesafe’s third year at OHS Leaders Summit and […]

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.” […]

transition from BS OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001 and what this means

Migration from BS OHSAS 18001 to ISO/DIS 45001

It is official – we are ALL going to have to migrate from health and safety (OHS, WHS, EHS) legislative standard of 18001 to a new safety standard of ISO 45001. The new ISO safety standard is not radically different from the outgoing 18001 standards. You may, however, be wondering; 1 – What is the ISO […]

easy to use contractor management software

Contractor Management software anyone can use

The truth is many businesses couldn’t function without contractors to streamline operations and to deliver savings and efficiencies. With over 4% of the population calling themselves contractors, keeping track of them all in your business can be challenging. Especially when it comes to safety. So when some safety managers out there actually say that they […]

Christmas silly season increases business risks

Time to get smart this ‘Silly Season’

The festive season is a time to eat, drink, and be merry. It’s a time for wrapping up the end of the year with bubbles, baubles, and BBQs. It’s also time to run around like a headless chicken buying presents, cooking endless amounts of Christmas lunch, and fighting every man and his dog out on […]

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Why safety management software is just like lying down 

Most folk like to focus their attention on being a better version of themselves. The top 5 things are going to the gym, reducing time spent on social media, eating healthier, saving money, and committing to a better work-life balance. Why not help your workers become a better version of their work-self by finding faster, […]

Easy to use workers compensation system

Workers’ Compensation made easy? (Gasp)

For those of us sitting on the sidelines reading about weird and bizarre requests for workers’ compensation, it can be a good way to pass 5 minutes on your daily commute to and from work. How about this story as an example: A woman claimed $20,000 in workers’ compensation for a breast reduction, because sitting […]

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