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OSH Policy

At AWMA we are committed to providing all employees, contractors, clients and visitors with a safe and healthy work environment complying strictly to the OSH Act of WA 1984 & OSH Reg of WA 1996.
 
The aim of AWMA is to prevent all occupational injuries and illness. The company will seek to achieve this by: 
AWMA has an ongoing commitment to continually improve our systems including our occupational health and safety. This involves, conducting regular inspections of the workplace whether in the office or on site aimed to prevent accidents and incidents. 
 
Managers and supervisors are responsible for ensuring all regulations, procedures and safe work practices are followed at all times.

All employees are expected to:

Risk Management and Insurance Policies

Safety, Risk Management and Insurances have increasingly become an important criteria for clients selecting contractors to conduct maintenance work on their buildings & projects. AWMA follow the ‘Hierarchy of Controls’ approach when selecting the safest method of access for each project and implement hazard ID/ risk assessment procedures (refer to AWMA SWMS).
 
AWMA are aware of this above requirement and are committed to further improve performance in these areas.
 
One approach AWMA has tackled for risk minimisation and safety enhancement is through reinforcing to all staff, that a fundamental requirement is to be fully trained in all aspects of Rope Access, Working at Height, Company & Public Safety and are selected for the task relevant to their skill set and competencies. Expanding on our personnel’s experience, we ensure that all staff are qualified and competent to engage in the various methods of access.
 
AWMA Safe Work Method Statement is divided into 3 areas being Method; Activity type; Maintenance Type.

Methods including:

Activity Type including:

Maintenance Type including:

Depending on the task at hand, AWMA comply to the following Australian Standards in addition to other Standards specific to the scope.
 
AS 1657 Fixed platforms, Walkways, Staircases, Ladders
AS/NZS 1891.1 Part 1: Safety Belt & Harnesses
AS/NZS 1891.2 Part 2: Horizontal Lifeline and Rail Systems
AS/NZS 1891.3 Part 3: Fall Arrest Devices
AS/NZS 1891.4 Part 4: Selection, Use & Maintenance of Industrial Fall Arrest Systems & Devices
AS/NZS 2865 Confined Spaces
AS/NZS 4488 Industrial Rope Access Systems
AS/NZS 5532 Manufacture’s Requirements for Single Point Anchors

AWMA Health, Safety and Environmental Policy

At AWMA we are committed to the health, safety and welfare of all our staff. AWMA is similarly committed to protection of the environment.    
We recognise that our commitment to the management of health, safety and environment (HSE) is a critical component of our overall business strategy.  It is an important part of the value added services we offer to clients, which sets us apart from our competitors.

Commitments

As part of our overall HSE program, AWMA is committed to: 

Objectives 

The key objectives of our HSE program are: 

Our Services

AWMA expedite all work with OHS focus & task efficiency.