Precise Air Group teams all over the country took up the challenge to raise awareness of safety in the workplace during National Safe Work Month.
Some of our inventive technicians came up with great innovations and changes in approach to safety (Height access, mobile plant and site risk assessments and permits to work).
The Toolbox talk topic for the month focused on the company approach to WHS Risk Management and how we all contribute, not only for ourselves, but our clients and the community.
“Initiatives like National Safe Work Month give us the opportunity to get creative and work together as a group to solve some of those small irritants that happen every day that can impact on safety in the workplace,” Said Richard Bagnato, Precise Air’s National HSEQ Manager.
Congratulations to everyone who took part in our safety competitions your contributions made it a very close run competition.
Particular congratulations to our WA team who took out the prize for the best WHS initiative. Upon commencement of the Programmed Facility Management contract, the team identified multiple safe access issues to equipment at the Balga & Midland Campuses. Whilst working with the client they identified the worst areas for access and put plans in place for resolution. Programmed engaged the services of Safemaster Access to rectify the access to the equipment and PAG were involved within the consultation and review processes.
Further rectification was undertaken upon completion and resolution provided to the client.
The award for best “dressed” work site goes to our Sydney (Qantas) Team, who gathered to take this great team photo after their Toolbox meeting.