How can the Safety Basics Program benefit your business?
The Safety Basics program has been developed to help NSCA Foundation members build a basic safety management system for their business or organisation.
The Safety Basics program is available free to NSCA Foundation corporate members and includes:
- Guide to the safety basics program
- Safety assessment checklist
- Up to 3 hours telephone time with a WHS/OHS Advisor to review the results of the assessment and work through the Safety Basics program
- Safety action plan based on key issues identified in the assessment checklist and/or advisory session
- Safety templates and guidance to assist with the action plan.
Start your Safety Basics program with three easy steps!
Step 1 Read the program guide: Safety Basics Program (PDF, 1.9MB)
Step 2 Download and complete the safety assessment checklist. This may help to identify areas where you need the most assistance.
Step 3 Email or fax the completed safety assessment checklist to NSCA Foundation on the following:
Fax 02 9213 6220
Advise 3 options for date and time to hold your phone-based advisory session (up to 3 hours).
With advice tailored to your business needs, easy to use templates provided as part of the Safety Basics program, and dedicated phone-based support with expert safety advisors this program can help smaller businesses set up, or review, a basic safety management system to manage workplace safety, enhance applications for tenders and contracts and help your business reach compliance.
“We were having difficulties when applying for council tenders and we needed assistance in developing policies and procedures that would comply with their strict standards.
This program has helped us to develop an efficient and effective safety program. We loved the fact you provided us with so many templates and checklists, which are so easy to use and put into action.
We highly recommend this program to other businesses that may need to manage their workplace safety more effectively.”
Steve Benko, Rivers Solar and Electrical Services NSW