Making It Easy To Navigate Covid-19 & WHS In Your WorkplaceMay 22 2020
With all the rules and regulations in place for Covid-19 it can be hard to navigate your requirements when it comes to WHS. Well Safe Work Australia has taken away some of this complexity and provided comprehensive advice for 23 different types of workplaces on its website. It is easy to navigate and includes guidance related to duties under WHS laws, workers’ rights, cleaning and hygiene, risk assessment, emergency plans, physical distancing, mental health and more. It also provides some great resources such as providing signs and posters that you can print out and use around your workplace this includes posters on what is COVID-19 and how you can stop it spreading, how to wash your hands and the physical distancing requirements. You can check out the Safe Work Australia website here.
Updates to Fall Arrest AnchorsSeptember 23 2019
As there have been requests for advice on the status of Australian Standards under the WHS legislation, SafeWork NSW and the Working at Heights Association have both released updates on this …
RISsafety Wins Inaugural Spotless Award for Height Safety ServicesSeptember 9 2019
To keep their buildings and facilities running smoothly at an optimal, safe and cost-effective level, many organisations turn to Spotless. As part of the height safety component of the requirements of …
RISsafety Completes Annual Training in Current Installation of Hilti ProductsSeptember 6 2019
At RISsafety, we pride ourselves on delivering and maintaining the best in class service. Part of this is ensuring that we are always up to date with any training requirements. This …
RISsafety is proud to be the platinum sponsor for Ideaction 2019May 15 2019
RISsafety is the platinum sponsor for this event at the Hyatt Regency in Sydney in June 2019. Visit the event website here
Getaway Show features RoofClimb at Adelaide OvalOctober 3 2018
Channel Nine’s Getaway Show features the RIS designed RoofClimb at Adelaide Oval. Watch the Getaway story here. You can also watch the updated video story here.
Warning after two construction falls in less than 24 hoursAugust 17 2018
WorkSafe is urging employers in the construction industry to be aware of the serious risks when working from height following two serious incidents in the past 24 hours. A man in …