Health and safety doesn’t have to be complicated. Whether you own a small business, a large corporation, or multiple sites across Australia, Risk Diversity can provide you with the exact level of support you need and help you apply sensible risk management.
Our experienced team of consultants come from a variety of backgrounds and service is delivered by experienced and highly qualified WHS/OHS Consultants who are all qualified with a minimum of a diploma of WHS/OHS through to achieving their Masters. They are available around the clock to ensure you have all the correct management systems in place.
We take the confusion out of Health & Safety compliance and provide an online platform using Skytrust QHSE which makes it easy to manage your WHS Management Systems. We’ve got highly qualified Health & Safety Consultants, who are here to provide expert advice, guidance and support. Don’t forget – we’re at the end of the phone – whenever you need to talk.
Risk Diversity’s consultancy team will proactively help you manage the safety and health within your business. One of our consultants will undertake a detailed inspection of your premises, identifying any areas of non-compliance and potential hazards, and recommending appropriate control measures. From creating management systems (including fire safety), policies and procedures right up to specific risk assessments, or having our health and safety consultants acting as your competent person – we have the right level of support for your business.
Call our team on 1300 932 033 for a free consultation.
With our help you have the reassurance that you are doing all you can to keep your employees and customers safe.
When it comes to contracting and tendering, we’ve got you covered.
How can I train people?
Informally – simply giving verbal information. Showing someone the ropes!
Formally – classroom courses which can be given in house or by an external resource
Individually or in groups
On a computer such as an online safety induction or workstation assessment
Variety works wonders – some people respond best to slides on a screen, others to facts and figures, others to an engaging person at the front of the room talking them through things
What should I do?
Keep it simple – it shouldn’t have to be a painful experience (despite training you’ll have attended in the past!)
Think about what skills and knowledge are needed to do the job safely
Compare that to the current skill level of the those involved
Identify the gaps
Communication, communication, communication!
1:1 discussions, regular agenda items at meetings, toolbox talks and site walkarounds are all great ways to keep the lines of communication open
What training may I need to consider?
Fire – evacuating your property safely
Fire extinguisher training – always a fun and memorable experience!
Awareness training for directors, managers and supervisors
Training on new equipment
First Aid – for your own staff or common areas of a property
Induction training for new recruits – fire exits, bomb threats, first aid etc
What are the benefits?
Training has the wonderful benefit of allowing your staff to know that you care about them enough to worry about their safety
Great for culture!