OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY
Safety in the workplace is not just a right, it's the law. Workplace health and safety (WHS) is all about protecting the safety, health and welfare of people engaged in employment. Simply put, workers have a basic right to perform their duties in a safe environment.
Employers must provide a safe and healthy workplace for all workers. There is a wide range of health and safety obligations and these may differ across states and territories. It’s not as simple as keeping dangerous chemicals labelled correctly or ensuring that scaffolding around a building site meets regulations. It's also the employer’s responsibility for example to provide adequate training and instruction, and ensure employees have the relevant qualifications to perform their required tasks.
At a high level, an employer’s duty of care includes providing:
A physical and psychosocial work environment without risks to health and safety
Safe systems of work
Information, training, instruction or supervision necessary to protect all persons from risks to their health and safety
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