Workplace Health and Safety Policy

Your organisation should be committed to safeguarding the health, safety and welfare of all people who interact with you and complying with your occupational health and safety obligations.

The purpose of this policy is to, as far as reasonably practicable:

  • prevent workplace injuries and illnesses
  • promote a safe and healthy workplace culture
  • provide a framework for consulting, collaborating and communicating with workers and health and safety representatives
  • consider workplace health and safety in project planning and work activities
  • allocate adequate resources to prevent health and safety risks and promote a safe and healthy workplace
  • ensure that workers understand their rights and responsibilities, and can identify and control risks in the workplace g. drive continuous improvement in workplace health and safety.

Download a copy of this Workplace Health and Safety Policy and edit to suit your organisation's needs.

Last updated April 2020

Terms of Use: This policy is free for any not-for-profit organisation to download and use, so long as it is for a non-commercial purpose and that the organisation is not paying a consultant to carry out this work. Click here for our full copyright guidelines. Please note that this is a template policy for guidance purposes only.

This policy sample has been developed with assistance of Moores, Our Community's preferred supplier of legal services to the not-for-profit sector. For assistance in tailoring this policy to suit your organisation, or for legal advice at a pre-agreed price or training in this area, please do not hesitate to contact Moores.

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