TABMA WHS Inspection Service
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TABMA’s Workplace Health and Safety (WH&S) Inspection Service is compliant with the Workplace Health and Safety legislation. TABMA provides a comprehensive service for companies within the timber industry including Diagnostic Service, Hazard Identification Service and Health Check or System Audit.
The problem with Work Health and Safety language is that it can be difficult to understand in the workplace. You may simply have basic questions on safety training to be answered. However, they “the experts” offer much more than is needed in an effort to make sure they cover every single possibility.
This member only service provides practical answers to questions coming from our membership. Our professional team draws upon formal qualifications as well as a wide ranging industry experience with specific expertise in training development, design and delivery.
In the event that we do not know the answer to a question we will approach regulators on your behalf anonymously to the correct information
This service will help you to consider whether or not you have effective systems, policies and risk management practices in place across a wide range of Work Health & Safety (WHS) areas. The cost of this service is $295/site for TABMA Members and $495/site for non members.
Hazard Identification Service
This service includes identifying and recommending controls for common and uncommon workplace hazards. We review WHS standards for machine guarding, ergonomics, electrical, fire suppression, emergency and evacuation, exhausts, trips and falls, lighting, collide and collision, traffic control, dangerous materials & goods and much more. The recommendations coming from this service may one day save you having to endure the impact of a WHS accident. The cost of this service is $1500/site for TABMA Members.
Health Check or System Audit
This service is available to members starting at $1200/site. This service will give members a complete review of their safety management systems including: management commitment and WHS Policies, planning, training and records management, consultation and communication, risk management, contractor management, emergency management, injury management, performance management and evaluation and continuous review and improvement.