CCI launches OHS check-up

Workplaces are changing. They may be a mobile food truck, a home office, or a shared space with other businesses. They may also be traditional brick and mortar with a front and back door, but the workforce may have changed.

CCI occupational health and safety consultants want to come out to your workplace — whatever it looks like – to give your workplace a check-up. Just as your GP likes you to have a medical check-up each year, we’d like to give you a OHS check-up.

Our OHS consultants will conduct an inspection of your workplace. During this time at your workplace (up to two hours), we will give you on-the-spot advice on health and safety laws and ways to improve your compliance, review your policies and procedures and provide risk management strategies. We’ll send you a report with findings and ways we can assist further.

The price for the workplace health and safety check-up for CCI Members is $199 (metro-based workplaces). If you wish to engage CCI in further OH&S consulting work, this fee will be fully deducted. Non CCI members can call for a quote.

As always, CCI Members have access to unlimited safety and risk advice.

►To book in your workplace health and safety check-up, contact [email protected] or phone on 9365 7415.

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