Our extensive health, safety and wellbeing experience from working with small to medium businesses means we can provide products and services that are tailored to your workplace. We have tried and true processes that will help your business become health and safety compliant and improve worker engagement in safer work practices.
A Health and Safety Representative (HSR) provides voice for workers in relation to health and safety matters. They support worker engagement and have the power to issue PINs and cease unsafe work when necessary.
In order for an HSR to use their functions and powers they must undergo formal HSR training. Working Wise has teamed up with WorkSafe Reps to provide all stages of HSR training.
Contact us now for more information training your workers to become qualified HSRS.
Do you have a spare $3,000,000? That’s how much you could be fined for a single charge under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015. The Act also has liabilities for Directors and Managers, including prison sentences of up to 5 years.
Good workplace health and safety is an investment in business. It creates better productivity and reliability, and better staff engagement. Not only does good health and safety make good business sense, it’s the right thing to do. Workers and their families have the right to expect they will return home safe from work every day.
Health and safety is essential in every business, particularly small to medium sized businesses. Evidence suggests that SMEs are less safe than larger businesses and often undervalue the importance of good health and safety practices. Like any other business system health and safety is an active daily process to keep your workplace operational, build resilience in your workforce which may reduce the likelihood of a major incident. This is important for smaller companies, as they may find it hard to recover from serious health and safety incidents as they are costly and a reputational risk.
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