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OSH Procedure Manual 

The Commission incorporates the core elements of this of WorkSafe Plan to underpin the OSH management systems. The key document to guide the Commission's OSH management is this OSH Procedure Manual. The Commission uses management commitment, planning, consultation and reporting, hazard management and supervision and training as the basis for its occupational safety and health management system (OSHMS).

The Commission engages external consultation and conducts yearly internal OHSMS audits. The WorkSafe Plan is available here, via the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety 

1. Purpose

 

2. Scope

 

3. Introduction

 

4. Definition of Terms

 

5. Legal Requirements and Implications

  5.1 Legislation

  - 5.1.1 Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984

  - 5.1.2 Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996

  - 5.1.3 WorkSafe Plan

  - 5.1.5 ISO31000: Risk Management Standard

 

  5.2 Record Keeping

  - 5.2.1 Safety and Health Risk Register

  - 5.2.2 This OSH Procedure Manual 

  - 5.2.3 Standard Operating Procedures 

  - 5.2.3 Evidence of competency and training

  - 5.2.4 Planning tasks and activities 

  - 5.2.5 Evidence of monitoring 

  - 5.2.6 Evidence of regular review 

 

6. Responsibilities

 - 6.1 Duty of Care and Due Diligence

 - 6.2 OSHPAG

 - 6.3 Resolution of Health and Safety Issues

 - 6.4 Delegation of authority to endorse safety related documents

 - 6.5 Right of entry

 

7. Safe Conduct

 - 7.1 Required standards of behaviour 

 - 7.2 Electrical safety 

 - 7.3 Purchasing

 - 7.4 Visitor and contractors

 - 7.5 Services and facilities

 - 7.6 Safety off premises

 - 7.7 Use of computer workstations

 - 7.8 Manual handling

 - 7.9 Housekeeping

 - 7.11 Use of social media

 - 7.12 Working alone

 - 7.12 After-hours working

 

 8. Localised Rules 

 - 8.1 OSHPAG 

 - 8.2 Health and Safety inductions

 - 8.3 Competency and training 

 - 8.4 Management and permission to work in the area

 - 8.5 Workplace monitoring

 - 8.6 Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for hazardous equipment 

 - 8.7 Emergencies, incidents and injuries

  - 8.7.1 Emergency Information 

  - 8.7.2 In the event of fire

  - 8.7.3 Incidents and Injuries

8.8 General rules for workshop facilities

8.9 Hazardous chemicals and substances 

 

9. Risk Management 

 - 9.1 Application of the OSH Risk Register

 - 9.2 Assessing hazards associated with resources

 - 9.3 Carrying out Job Safety Analysis (JSA)

 - 9.4 Cases when Job Safety Analysis is not necessary

 - 9.5 Hazard and Incident Reporting

 

10. Related Documents 

 

OSH Procedure Manual 
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