Property Health & Safety Inspection &
Property / Building Inspection – WHS Consulting Services
Our team of WHS Consultants undertake expert level WHS inspections and Risk Assessment for properties and buildings in operation to identify existing or potential hazards with the potential to cause accidents/incidents, injury, illness, environmental impact or financial loss for users and the public.
Property/Building or Work Premises WHS Risk Assessment
Facility managers acting as person in management or control of the workplace are faced with various challenges in ensuring the health and safety of building occupants including tenants, their workers and visitors within the areas under their control. In addition, many properties have a number of inherent health, safety and environmental risks associated with their outdated designs, aged fittings, occupants activities, plant and equipment, air conditioning systems and many other issues.
The Work Health and Safety legislation in Australia requires occupiers or persons in control of the workplace to ensure the health and safety of everyone accessing and using those premises. With our consultants tertiary qualification in safety management and extensive experience in providing property OHS/WHS, environmental and public liability consulting services to the property sector, our team is ideally placed to assist your business by ensuring you are minimising risks associated with your managed building and property health and safety status, public liability and environmental non-compliance.
Property/Building WHS Inspection and Risk Management Services
‘Health Safety Consultants’ uses established WHS inspection protocols to check the physical conditions of the premises operating as a workplace. Each identified situation is assessed for health, safety, environmental and public liability risk following risk management principles to prioritise and minimise potential risks.
The following areas are covered in the WHS inspection and risk assessment. Note that specific inspection protocols may also be developed to suit the site.
|1. Access and Egress||16. Hazardous Waste|
|2. Toilets and Hand Washing||17. Safety Signage|
|3. Showers||18. Personal Protective Equipment|
|4. Change Rooms||19. Plant Safety|
|5. Drinking Water||20. Indoor Air Quality|
|6. Dining Facilities||21. Lighting (General)|
|7. Workers Accommodation||22. Workplace Noise|
|8. Personal Storage||23. Confined Spaces|
|9. Outdoor Work||24. Electromagnetic Radiation|
|10. Building / Workplace Facilities Management||25. Working at Heights|
|11. Electrical (General)||26. Traffic Management on Site|
|12. Disabled Access & Services||27. Ergonomics & Manual Handling|
|13. Emergencies and Fire Safety||28. First Aid|
|14. Hazardous Chemicals||29. Return to Work|
|15. Dangerous Goods Storage||30. Other Issues|