Common questions for keeping your workers safe

Not For Profits with up to 20 employees can register for a free three-hour session with ...
The WorkSafe publication A guide for employers - What to do if a worker ...
WorkSafe inspectors visit over 40,000 workplaces each year. They inspect businesses of all sizes across all industries, ...
The contact details for incident notification (including the incident notification form that must be filled ...
Your Not For Profit has legal obligations to consult with workers (including Health and Safety ...
You must notify WorkSafe of certain types of workplace incidents immediately after becoming aware of ...
Your Not For Profit is required by law to take out WorkSafe insurance for workers if you expect to ...
You are required by law to control all potential safety hazards in your workplace. The ...
Don’t wait for an inspector to visit your workplace. There are some simple things ...
You must fill out an application form (PDF or online) to arrange a WorkSafe insurance ...
There are a variety of options available to pay your yearly WorkSafe insurance premium. ...
Health and safety representatives (HSRs) play an important role in making your Not For Profit ...
The Return to Work - Information for employers page on the WorkSafe website provides an ...
Employees must take reasonable care for their own health and safety and that of other ...
The What happens during an inspection page on the WorkSafe website includes short videos and ...
You are legally required to provide a safe and healthy workplace for your workers and ...
You must ensure that other people such as your customers, visitors and the general public are ...
The Contractors and workers page on the WorkSafe website explains whether an independent contractor should ...
In addition to employees, you also have responsibilities for the health and safety of ...
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