23 April 2024 posted by Recovery Partners

4 Safety Checklists You Need Right Now

Everyone loves a list and having the right safety measures in place can make all the difference. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of five essential safety checklists that you need in your arsenal right now.

These checklists are designed to equip you with the tools necessary to navigate potential hazards at work with confidence and compliance.

Safety Observation Checklist

Our most downloaded checklist, and it’s free!  

The Safety Observation Checklist is a great starting point for any business to help you determine whether a task is a Safe Act, Unsafe Act, Unsafe Condition or a Break of Safety Rules.

Safety Culture Checklist

A safety culture is a broad, organisation-wide approach to safety management. It results from combined individual and group efforts toward values, attitudes, goals, and proficiency of an organisation’s health and safety program. 

Our free Safety Culture Checklist is just the thing to help you kickstart a safety culture strategy to ensure effective communication and engagement with all stakeholders within your organisation, from the employees and supervisors to the top-level management.

Psychosocial Safety Document Checklist

A strong safety culture begins with psychosocial safety. A large aspect of this is ensuring your business has systems that are clear, easy to use and supportive.

Check whether your business has all the right procedures and policies in place to foster psychosocial safety with our Psychosocial Safety Document Checklist.

First Aid Kit Checklist

Just as important as psychosocial safety and psychological safety is physical safety.

First aid kits are a must-have in every workplace, but how do you determine what the first aid kit should contain? Obviously it will depend on the industry and site but there are a few essentials. More information on First Aid Kits is detailed in the Safe Work Australia website’s code of practice.

To help you fit out your kit, we have put together this First Aid Kit Checklist for you.

Please note, these lists are guides only.

For a comprehensive safety audit or gap analysis, please contact Recovery Partners, your safety experts.

Contact us today to ensure your business if compliant and your employees are confident.

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Disclaimer – these articles are provided to supply general safety information to people responsible for OHS in their organisation. They are general in nature and do not substitute for legal and/or professional advice. We always suggest that organisations obtain information specific to their needs. Additional information can be found at https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/