PLANNING AND REVIEW - See also other forms subcategories below
This form is used to document annual health and safety objectives using the SMART format. (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Timebound.) Included in this are a range of example objectives which you may choose to expand upon. The process for continual improvement to health and safety is outlined in the Planning and Review Procedure.
This form outlines an agenda to follow to review the health and safety system and progress made in the past year. It covers areas such as hazards, policies, document control, contractor management, strengths, weaknesses, and setting objectives for the coming year.
The list is to assist you in making an assessment of the company's compliance requirements. It lists standards, Acts, Regulations, good practice guides, industry codes of practice as well as other guides and industry codes of practice, that you may need to comply with.
The environmental policy is to be used by an organisation to demonstrate a commitment to working in a manner which will not harm the environment. This policy outlines the environmental protection principles to adhere to in order to achieve the aim of not harming the environment.
The fit for work policy is to be used by an organisation to outline the framework to manage the issues related to an individual's fitness for work. The policy covers a variety of reasons, including the adverse effects of fatigue and stress and outlines the steps to take in order to provide this framework.
The policy outlines the way management and workers will work together to ensure continuous improvement of the health and safety system. Each policy contains an overall statement of the company's commitment and then lists out the things it will do to keep this commitment.
This form is used to allocate health and safety responsibilities. The responsibilities are to be reviewed annually and may form part of the annual health and safety review meeting, or reviewed separately. It has a list of responsibilities and space to allocate them. The list covers all different areas but it is not exhaustive, there may be other...
The health and safety responsibilities procedure outlines your organisation's process for allocating health and safety responsibilities (the responsibilities are listed on the Health and Safety Responsibilities form).The procedure is a combination of describing the process as well as step-by-step instructions for putting it into place.
This form is used to allocate time to health and safety jobs to be completed during the year. This helps to ensure that routine health and safety tasks are spread out and completed throughout the year. The process for continual improvement to health and safety is outlined in the Planning and Review Procedure.This is available in word and excel format and...