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Water Data Services - Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare

Water Data Services are committed to ensuring that it follows only the best practices in handling health, safety and welfare issues.

Water Data services intends to meet this objective by:

  • Providing a safe and healthy working environment.

  • Developing and maintaining safe systems of work.

  • Ensuring that plant and substances are in a safe condition.

  • Providing information, instruction, training and supervision to all employees, contractors and casual labour on health, safety and welfare issues.

As employers we have the responsibility to:

  • Comply with the Regulations and the Approved Code of Practice - Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act, 1986.

  • Comply with the contracting agencies safe practices and procedures.

  • Ensure that staff are adequately informed and trained on OHSW matters.

  • Not endanger our employees or others by any act or omission at work.

  • Use all safeguards, safety appliances and protective clothing and equipment.

As an employee you have the responsibility to:

  • Comply with the Regulations and the Approved Code of Practice - Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act, 1986.

  • Comply with the contracting agencies safe practices and procedures.

  • Not endanger yourself, other employees or the public by any act or omission at work.

  • Use all safeguards, safety appliances and protective clothing and equipment.

  • To inform management if you believe that there is an occupational, health, or safety risk that requires attention by management or other delegate.