Health and Safety
The need to minimise health and safety threats is integral to every employer. Managing the range of compliance and industry best-practice obligations can place excessive demands on distributed organisations without a central coordinating function unless systemic support is embedded in the operational framework of the business.
Is your ability to recruit and retain the best and brightest being limited by the damaging consequences arising from frequent workplace health and safety incidents?
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Risk is the possibility that harm (death, injury or illness) might occur when people are exposed to a hazard. Health and safety risks in the workplace need to be managed, either by eliminating risks or, if this is not reasonably practicable, minimising them. Hazard management is a continuous process that is used to improve the health and safety of all workplaces. It is essentially a problem-solving process aimed at defining problems (identifying hazards), gathering information about them (assessing the risks) and solving them (controlling the risks).
The duty to manage work health and safety risks is placed on persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs), which also includes designers, manufacturers, importers and suppliers of plant, substances or structures that are used for work. Read More
As a WHS practitioner/advisor you know that health and safety is not achieved in isolation. Although a primary focus of your role is to ensure the health and safety of all workers, this does not mean that you do this alone or without support from others. It is the executive and senior leaders, as officers under the WHS Act who are tasked to ensure that the PCBU meets all of their WHS obligations and they seek to do this though your role as a WHS practitioner/advisor.
Your ability then to influence, and advise those leaders on health and safety matters and the requirements under the WHS laws, is paramount to how these obligations are achieved. Read More
Ease of Use
With Meercat Riskview training is made simple and the software is intuitive – it’s easy to use for anyone. You can automate tasks so nothing falls through the cracks. Best of all you can save time and money with our user-friendly software.
Eliminate human errors by customising your own templates in our software that will integrate seamlessly with your current systems. This minimises variation across all aspects of your risk assessment and control verification processes.
Across Devices, On and Offline
Use our cloud-based software whether in the office or in the field. Even in areas with poor signal you can use our critical control verification and auditing features offline and synch all of the data once you are online. You can also use certain features on any device, giving you access to your information and data anywhere at anytime.
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Single View of Risks and Controls
Eliminate spreadsheets and versioning headaches with our software. We help you control and watch any potential risks at a glance. Dissolve risk silos by bringing together risks from across your business in a single easy to understand view.