Every organisation has certain rights and responsibilities regarding health and safety in the workplace. Your business environment must not create health and safety problems for your employees. Implementing an OHS system is now a legal requirement in many countries. Knowing and understanding the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) laws is one part of avoiding unnecessary costs and damage to your business caused by workplace injury and illness. The other critical part is executing timely and comprehensive Workplace Occupational Safety and Health Administration Audits (WOSHA).
Audits on safety & safety compliance, ergonomics, and stress levels are some of the issues this plan covers. Proper audits to ascertain and evaluate current status are the necessary first step, to having a sound OHS plan in place.
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