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Roles and Responsibilities

Regina’s Cleaning Services will provide the following key personnel on site and their roles & responsibilities regarding safety on site are outlined below.

 

 


 

Site/ Project Manager

Regina Bromberg is responsible for safety on the project and her duties include:

  • implementing the company’s Occupational Health Safety and Rehabilitation procedures,
  • using the principles of the Hierarchy of Control (Best to Worst guide in this pack) in all design, fabrication and construct activities to minimize the risk to all personnel in the workplace,
  • carrying out a design review with the Principal Contractor’s project team to assist in the identification of further risk reduction controls measures
  • participating in the planning and design stages of the trade activities,
  • stimulation at a high level of safety awareness at all times,
  • identifying safety training needs,
  • leading by example,
  • ensuring safe equipment and plant is provided and maintained,
  • insisting on correct and safe work practices at all times,
  • assisting in identification and preparation of safe work procedures,
  • reviewing safety reports and inspections and initiating rectification where necessary,
  • participating in safety meetings and programs, and
  • monitoring compliance with safe work methods (controls)

 


 

Site Supervisors/ Foremen

These staff members are responsible for safety on the project and duties include:

  • implementing the company’s Occupational Health Safety and Rehabilitation procedures,
  • observing all OH&S requirements and Statutory Rules and Regulations, ensuring that all works are conducted in a manner safe and without risk to employees’ health and safety,
  • planning to do all work safely,
  • providing advice and assistance on OH&S to all employees,
  • participating in the planning and design stages of the trade activities,
  • ensuring current OH&S and other relevant legislative requirements are met in the workplace,
  • identifying OH&S training programs in advance and allow for employees identified as requiring training to attend the training,
  • actioning safety reports and carrying out workplace inspections,
  • preparing and participating in safety meetings and safety programs,
  • facilitating the preparation of Work Method Statements and Job Safety Analyses for the trade,
  • insisting on and ensuring safe work practices at all times,
  • investigating hazard reports and ensuring that corrective actions are undertaken,
  • conducting project inductions, toolbox talks and daily team briefings,
  • participating in accident / incident investigations,
  • leading by example and promoting OH&S at every opportunity,
  • supervising and ensuring compliance with safe work procedures,
  • providing suitable employment to assist rehabilitation initiatives, and stimulating a high level of safety awareness at all times.

 


 

Workplace Health and Safety Officer

This officer is responsible for safety on the project and duties include:

  • assisting the Site Supervisor to develop and implement the Occupational Health Safety and Rehabilitation procedures,
  • communicating safety performance to the Office Managers,
  • providing advice and assistance on OH&S to all employees,
  • participating in the planning and design stages of the trade activities,
  • monitoring OH&S legislative requirements for the trade package,
  • monitoring compliance with safe work procedures,
  • co-ordinating rehabilitation if necessary for injured employees,
  • reviewing safety reports and inspections,
  • preparing and participating in safety meetings and programs,
  • facilitating Tool Box Talks on a regular basis,
  • insisting on correct and safe practices at all times,
  • investigating and developing new OH&S processes at every opportunity,
  • stimulating a high level of safety awareness at all times,
  • communicating with the Office Managers on matters relating to health and safety,
  • facilitating the maintenance of all records as required under this Pack,
  • participating in regular workplace inspections and ensure that any improvements resulting from such an inspection are actioned in the required time frame.

 


 

First Aid/ Rehabilitation Officer

Regina Bromberg is responsible for First Aid / Rehabilitation and duties include:

  • assisting the Site Supervisor to develop and implement the OH&S and Rehabilitation procedures,
  • providing advice and assistance on first aid and rehabilitation for our employees,
  • participating in the planning for first aid procedures and facilities,
  • monitoring compliance with safe work procedures,
  • co-ordinating the recording, investigation, and reporting of accidents, incidents, and rehabilitation programs for injured employees,
  • reviewing safety reports and inspections,
  • participating in safety meetings and programs,
  • insisting on correct and safe practices at all times, and participating in regular workplace inspections.

 


 

Workers / Employees

Regina’s Cleaning Services’ workers are responsible for health and safety and their duties in:

  • assisting the Site Supervisor to develop and implement the OH&S and Rehabilitation procedures,
  • participating in planning for activities that are undertaken on site,
  • reporting accidents / incidents,
  • complying with safety and health instructions given by the employer or site management on site,
  • assisting in the recording, investigation, and reporting incidents, and rehabilitation programs,
  • participating in safety meetings site safety inspections and programs as required, and
  • Insisting on correct and safe practices at all times.

 


 

Workplace Health and Safety

Safety Policy

Good safety practices are the Company’s primary concern of all projects.  For this reason Regina’s Cleaning Services has given prime consideration to the development and implementation of a safety and loss control program.  Regina’s Cleaning Services safety and loss control program has three objectives:

  1. Provide guidelines for implementing and administering all aspects of the job site safety which will ensure compliance with the Work Health Act 1986 and Work Health (Occupational and Safety) Regulations, December 1992.
  2. Avoid personnel injury, reduce equipment, material and property damage and prevent re-occurrence of such incidents.
  3. Effect recommendations where appropriate for improvements in Regina’s Cleaning Services’ Safety and Loss Control Program.

 


 

With all of the above in mind, the staff of Regina’s Cleaning Services have drawn from their experience to assist in developing this manual, which is intended to serve as a guide for the development of job site excellence and safety.