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A lack of emergency planning and preparation can cost lives and unnecessary damage to equipment.
The objective of a Fire & Emergency Evacuation Plan and procedures is to familiarise all personnel with the emergency procedures in place, to facilitate safe, orderly and timely evacuation of a workplace or premises when necessary.
Occupational health and safety hazards must be identified, assessed and eliminated or controlled as part of your occupational health and safety obligations.
Fire & Emergency Evacuation Plans and Procedures for:
New work health and safety (WHS) laws were introduced on 1st January 2012
The WHS laws replaced the existing OH&S laws.
These new laws will be consistent across Australia.
These changes will affect all Australian workplaces with INCREASED PENALTIES(corporations face fines of up to $3 million per offence, while individuals face fines of $600,000 or 5 years in jail.) for non compliance.
What you need to do.
Ensure you have documented safe systems of work in your workplace.