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Understanding 'what is WHS' is crucial to keep tradespeople and construction workers safe on site.

What is WHS?

Understanding Work Health and Safety (WHS) in Australia: A Comprehensive Guide for Tradespeople and Construction Workers. What is WHS?  WHS, or Work Health and Safety, is a critical…

A safety officer is writing a report as part of a WHS incident reporting procedure.

WHS Incident Reporting Procedure for construction

An accurate WHS incident reporting procedure on construction sites is paramount to a safety-first ethos. It empowers immediate responses, drives continuous improvement, promotes safe work sites, ensures compliance,…

Construction worker stands with machinery used to reduce manual handling.

What is Manual Handling?

In the trades and construction industries, manual handling is an inherent reality. It’s the cornerstone of everyday operations, involving the physical manipulation of objects to achieve tasks. From…

A WHS incident is an unplanned event at work that can cause harm. The image shows an event like this on a construction site - a worker is hurt.

What is the definition of a WHS incident? For tradespeople

If you’re a tradesperson, and you need to know ‘what is the definition of a WHS incident’, we’ve outlined it for you in this blog. The construction industry…

Personal protect equipment (PPE), like high vis vests and hard hats are the last line of defence on the hierarchy of controls.

The Hierarchy of Controls in WHS: Construction

In construction, safety isn’t just a goal; it’s a non-negotiable priority.  Amidst heavy machinery, skilled trades, and towering structures, the hierarchy of controls stand as a beacon of…

Two PBCU stand next to a car, they are responsible for WHS

PCBU in WHS: Responsibilities for Safer Workplaces

To get a better understanding of what a PCBU is in WHS, we will first look at what it stands for.  Then, we’ll go through how it relates…