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Duty of Care

Updated: Apr 29

As an employer you have the main responsibility to provide, as far as reasonably practicable, a safe working environment" (s19 Occupational Health and Safety Act 1984 WA).

How do you as an employer, ensure the workplace that your employees work in, is a safe working environment?

If an incident such as the one below was to happen, what would you be able to provide as proof that your workplace and the activities conducted within it are done in a safe manner which takes into account the Occupational Health and Safety legislative requirements?

If you are unsure how you can make your workplace a safe environment or want a health check of what you have implemented, contact us and we can assist.


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