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Occupational safety and health

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Asbestos Policy
The policy is designed to ensure the appropriate management of any asbestos containing material in schools so as to ensure a safe and healthy learning environment for students and staff.
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Injury Management and Workers Compensation Policy and Framework
This policy outlines the rights and responsibilities of staff regarding work related injuries and injury management, including details about how to lodge a Workers’ Compensation Claim and support an Injured Employee with a return to work.
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Occupational Safety and Health Policy and Procedures
This policy provides guidelines relating to occupational safety and health within the Department of Education. It outlines roles and responsibilities of employer/employee,...
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Asbestos Management Plan
The Asbestos Management Plan, in conjunction with the mandatory on-line Asbestos Awareness Training, is designed to provide school principals, workplace managers, and other relevant staff with knowledge and understanding of asbestos containing...
Accident/Incident Investigation Form
This is link to the form contained in the Occupational Safety and Health policy. All harzards, inccidents or accidents at the workplace that have caused, or may cause injury, and the outcomes of investigations should be recorded on this form...
Occupational safety and health
http://det.wa.edu.au/policies/detcms/navigation/safety-and-welfare/occupational-safety-and-health/

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