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Safety Statements. Current health & safety legislation requires all Employers to develop a written Safety Statement for their business/enterprise. This means identifying HAZARDS, assessing the RISKS these hazards pose and then to put in place CONTROL MEASURES to either eliminate the hazards & risks or to reduce them to a reasonably practicable level.

A Safety Statement is Managements commitment, in writing, to providing three main elements:

  • A safe place of work
  • Safe work practices & systems, and
  • Competent Staff

The contents of a Safety Statement must be brought to the attention of all Staff in a form, manner and language that are likely to be understood by all their Employees.

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