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Multipurpose Residential Project

1 Purpose

1.1 The purpose of this procedure is to outline the methodology by which department of building construction and training identifies, assess, monitors and controls the occupational Health and Safety (OHS) matters and risk throughout the organizations. This methodology is used to prioritize and assist in the allocation of resources for appropriate risk control activities.

2 Policy Statement

2.1 Occupational health and safety act of 2004

This is the main workplace standards for health and safety issues in industries

Occupational health and safety regulations in 2017

This covers all details regarding identification and recognizing the risk associated with all people in building construction

Australian and New Zealand risk management principles and guidelines AS/NZS iso 31000:2009

This provides common approaches to support and deal with specific risk and sectors and does not replace the standards

  • The risk has been categorized as






No injury



Injury/ ill health requiring first aid



Injury/ill health requiring medical attention



Injury/ill health requiring hospital admission




2.3 For quality-related statements it is necessary to check the quality of construction work to meet regular standards and specification of materials, tolerance schedule, and workmanship.

3 Procedure

3.1 The OHS risk register is developed for industrial, residential, and commercial buildings satisfying occupancy classification and relevant standards. The process involves creation identification and m frequency maintenance of the OHS risk register

3.2 The different aspects include an initial review of the OHS risk register, guidance for risk management methodology, analyzing and review of the risk matrix

Initial review of the risk register 

The initial view includes a detailed description of the risk involved in activity, task, or area with possible outcomes. The hazard type and applicability shall be checked whether all tasks are conducted in the workplace

Guidance of risk management methodology

It is necessary to identify the hazards and work required and risk assessment may be conducted to determine the risk associated with the likelihood and consequence of the result of hazards.

Identification of hazards

Identification and prioritization of risk have to be done regarding plants and equipment. It’s necessary to review workplace inspection and audit results. The health and surveillance report and task analysis have to be conducted.

Assessing the risk

The risk has to be assessed according to consultation with HSR and effected employee to check the usage of relevant reference materials 

3.3 The process involves elimination, substitution, engineering, administration, and usage of persona protective equipment PPE as


This includes the process of complete removal of hazards


Here the recommendation and guidelines including a piece of equipment and provide a safer environment for works


Here the modification of design in the workplace and environmental condition may be checked


Here the development of procedures and system for controlling the interaction between the people for hazards and reducing exposure time of noise or remote from equipment during operation

4 Responsibilities

1.1 The workplace manager is responsible for the consultation of people related to generic OHS risk register which involves OHS management nominee, area co-coordinators, and health and safety representative. The workplace manager or management OHS nominee shall be responsible for reviewing the hazard type and applicability of the workplace. They shall be responsible for ensuring all the controls are defined within the risk register and checking whether the risk register is maintained on an ongoing basis. They shall ensure adequate instruction training and supervision are provided to employees and contractors and volunteers.

5 Related Legislation and Documents

[In alphabetical order, list the related legislation, regulations or codes, for example

Austrlaian and New Zealand standard risk management principles and guidelines AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009

Manual handling procedure

OHS Activities calender

OHS Risk register

Occupational health and safety Act 2014

Occupational health and safety regulations 2017

Plant and equipment risk management form

Risk assessment template

Workplace inspection checklist

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