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A Practical Guide to Safety Leadership

CRC Construction Innovation (2008) A Practical Guide to Safety Leadership. CRC for Construction Innovation. (Unpublished)

[img] A Practical Guide to Safety Leadership Book (PDF 5MB)
[img] How to use this guide (PDF 195kB)
[img] Implementation checklists (PDF 461kB)
[img] Blank Task and Position Competency Matrix (PDF 338kB)
[img] A Construction Safety Competency Framework Book (PDF 4MB)
[img] Task and Position Competency Matrix (PDF 17kB)
[img] Carry out project risk assessments (PDF 24kB)
[img] Undertake and design safety reviews for constructability, operability and maintenance (PDF 23kB)
[img] Undertake formal OH&S review of tenders (PDF 26kB)
[img] Develop project OH&S management plans (PDF 24kB)
Develop OH&S procedures and instructions.
[img] Develop OH&S procedures and instructions (PDF 24kB)
[img] Carry out workplace and task hazard identification, risk assessments and controls (JSAs and SWMSs) (PDF 25kB)
[img] Carry out basic task competency assessments of employees (PDF 23kB)
[img] Provide general OH&S information and provide basic OH&S instruction (PDF 23kB)
[img] Deliver company induction (PDF 22kB)
[img] Deliver site/workplace-specific induction (PDF 22kB)
[img] Facilitate group/work team OH&S discussions and meetings (PDF 23kB)
[img] Initiate and coordinate OH&S awareness activities or presentations (PDF 23kB)
[img] Plan and deliver toolbox talks (PDF 22kB)
[img] Give formal OH&S presentations to management (PDF 20kB)
[img] Participate in site safety committee (PDF 20kB)
[img] Consult on and resolve OH&S issues (PDF 22kB)
[img] Speak to senior management about OH&S issues in the workplace (PDF 24kB)
[img] Challenge unsafe behaviour/attitude at any level when encountered (PDF 20kB)
[img] Make site visits where a site worker is spoken to directly about OH&S in the workplace (PDF 20kB)
[img] Recognise and reward people who have positively impacted on OH&S (PDF 20kB)
[img] Deliver OH&S training in the workplace (PDF 23kB)
[img] Carry out formal incident investigations (PDF 24kB)
[img] Carry out basic project OH&S system element audits (PDF 23kB)
[img] Carry out formal inspections of workplace and work tasks (PDF 25kB)
[img] Research and prepare reports on OH&S issues, performance and improvement strategies (PDF 23kB)
[img] Monitor sub-contractor activities (PDF 24kB)
[img] Identify and include suitable OH&S requirements into sub-contractor packages (e.g. risk assessment tools) (PDF 24kB)
[img] Evaluate OH&S performance of sub-contractors (PDF 25kB)
[img] Understand and apply general regulatory OH&S requirements (PDF 22kB)
[img] Understand and apply detailed OH&S legislative requirements (e.g. welfare provisions as well as safety and health) (PDF 27kB)
[img] Apply full working knowledge of the organisation’s safety management system (SMS) (PDF 24kB)
[img] Assist with return to work and rehabilitation processes (PDF 24kB)
[img] Understand and apply general regulatory workers’ compensation requirements (HTML 23kB)
[img] Understand and apply general regulatory workers’ compensation requirements (PDF 23kB)
[img] Mentor staff and follow their progress (PDF 23kB)
[img] Conduct employee performance appraisals (PDF 25kB)
[img] Work with staff to solve safety problems (PDF 27kB)
[img] Discipline staff for poor OH&S behaviour/attitude (PDF 23kB)
[img] Recruit and select new staff (PDF 24kB)
[img] Administer first aid to injured persons (PDF 24kB)

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Additional Information: A Practical Guide to Safety Leadership content files: A Practical Guide to Safety Leadership Book How to use this guide Implementation checklists Blank Task and Position Competency Matrix A Construction Safety Competency Framework Book Task and Position Competency Matrix Individual Safety Management Tasks - SMTs (Word versions SMT 1-39)
Keywords: CRC for Construction Innovation, Program A : Business and industry development, Project 2006-038-D : Practical Guide to Safety Leadership
ISBN: 978-0-9804262-4-3
Divisions: Current > Research Centres > CRC Construction Innovation
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