Accidents in the workplace happen.
For those injured, the recovery can be painful and costly, with implications not only for the individual but for their family and colleagues.
Australia has stringent safety codes and laws for those working with hazardous substances, employers know they need to adhere to these regulations, but other actions should also be considered to minimise the risks their employees working with hazardous substances face.
Our latest white paper discusses these points as well as looking at employers duty of care to ensure their employees health and safety, WHS regulations, first aid response options, why communication about risks is prudent and how the location of emergency equipment is critical.
Download our latest white paper below.