Briefing: Keeping Safety Straight Forward

Published: 09 July 2018

Managing safety obligations is a must for all businesses, but sometimes how to achieve compliance can be difficult to work out.

Join the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for a free interactive, informative briefing where we will make sure you’re up to date with recent legal changes, including walking you through three of WorkSafe Victoria’s new compliance codes.

This briefing is available on various dates and locations are available. Please register for each individual event.

  • Traralgon: Thursday 2 August, 11am-1pm
  • Bendigo: Tuesday 7 August, 11am-1pm
  • Melbourne CBD: Wednesday 8 August, 8-10am SOLD OUT 
  • Melbourne CBD: Wednesday 8 August, 11am-1pm
  • Geelong: Thursday 9 August, 11am-1pm SOLD OUT
  • Dandenong: Wednesday 15 August, 8-10am

Changes to the OHS Act 2004 came into effect on 21 March 2018. Although there were no major amendments, it’s the small changes that can often fall through the cracks and leave your organisation at risk.

Compliance codes are practical documents which spell out how to meet your legal safety obligations – and the best part is that if you comply with a code you are deemed to comply with the related act or regulation.

Focusing on three major workplace hazards, we’ll take you through how to use the new codes on Hazardous Manual Handling, Plant and Noise – keeping safety straightforward and protecting your employees from injury.

Register here.