Occupational Health & Safety

Man falling off ladder on a construction site

An Occupational Health and Safety Policy is considered to be one of the most important policies to enable workplace success. The intention of an Occupational Health and Safety Policy is to ensure that the workplace is an environment that is accident-free, safe and healthy, always implements safe working methods, and provides safe work equipment.

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Unconscious Bias at Work

Watch the Life at Google video about how to identify and tackle unconscious bias in the workplace and in daily life.

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Interrelationships within the business

Tom is 18 and joined the business after being referred by his father, Dave, who has been a loyal and hardworking employee for over 20 years. It’s Tom’s first job since leaving school and he is not performing well.  He is late for work on a regular basis and his manager reports he is always joking around and is not at all productive.

Tom has been with the organisation for 12 weeks. Dave wants to know how Tom is going and asks “As a mate, how is my boy going? Hope he is not causing too much trouble. You know what it’s like when you start– it’s hard to find your feet.” Dave knows you well, in fact, when you started he was assigned to you as a mentor and before you moved divisions, he was your manager.

Dave mentions to you in the discussion that Tom loves working here and that they love being able to work together in such a great company.

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Health & Wellbeing

Ensure new employees are settling in and up to date with new starter guides, workplace policies, safety information and an induction plan.

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Documentation to conduct performance reviews, issue warnings or promotions, and communicate effectively.

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