This book aims to provide the reader with 100 practical steps and activities that can be delivered in the workplace, to improve occupational health and safety. It seeks to overcome corporate OHS inertia, by providing direction into the most common safety initiatives that can be implemented quickly, easily and cheaply. Though this has been written primarily for SME's in Australia (in terms of referenced legislation), it includes many concepts that may span a variety of business sizes and countries. The book is written in an informal style, by an experienced OHS practitioner in Australia.At the very least, the cars need to be inspected monthly (and preferably weekly) for damage, and identification of maintenance needs. An inspection checklist may include: Oil levels (engine oil) Water aamp; fluids (windscreen washed, brake fluid, transmission fluidetc.) ... Rubber (tyre tread, engine hoses, fan belts etc. in good condition) Seat belts (not frayed) Safety equipment (first aid kit, fire extinguisher etc.
|Title||:||One Hundred Steps|
|Publisher||:||eBookIt.com - 2013-02-01|