Expert advice for local government and councils on developing their own OHS/WHS plans and procedures or reviewing tender submissions for suppliers.
Workers in the government sector can be exposed to a wide range of hazards which could pose a risk to and have serious impact on their health and safety.
In meeting their obligations as employers, governments can set an example to other employers by ensuring they implement and maintain good OHS/WHS practices to support the health and safety of their workers.
iSOL8 can provide expert OHS advice to government including local council and state departments and agencies on developing their own OHS/WHS plans and procedures or reviewing tender submissions for suppliers to make recommendation on the appropriate supplier.
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