We accept full responsibility for the implementation of the Work Health & Safety Management System (WHSMS) to facilitate the provision of a safe workplace for all workers, contractors and visitors. We recognize and encourage all employees contributing to the prevention of accidents on site. We have recently developed a ‘Tool Box Talk’ initiative, in which LabourKing staff get actively involved in assisting safety talks and updating our policies and procedures to ensure a safer production.
Our safety standards are of high priority at all time and monitors by Risk Management regulations. We identify, revise, document and implement risk management frameworks to keep accidents to a minimum.
OUR PRINCIPLE OBJECTIVES ARE:
Creating a Safe and Happy workplace environment for all workers, contractors and members of the public during the course of our activities.
Ensuring Training and Guidance in assessment and hazard control, to all of our workers is vigorously carried out.
Consulting with workers, contractors and other stakeholders in a meaningful and effective manner on all avenues of WHS.
Eliminating any specific Hazard or Risk identified during planning stages through implementation of critical risk analysis.
Certifying Safety Standards are met and compliance is obtained as indicated through the submission of the workplace risk assessment, induction certificates and applicable SWMS prior to commencement of work.
LABOURKING enforces a continuous improvement process, this is an is an ongoing effort to improve internal safety mechanisms via a hierarchy of controls.
Contact us immediately
If you are asked to perform duties which are not part of your job description.
If you believe that your working conditions are unsafe.
If you injure yourself while working on-site and before seeking any medical assistance
At LabourKing one of the main requirements is that our workers are provided a safe working environment. We do not supply our labourers to construction sites that don’t meet mandatory safety standards set by law. Therefore, construction companies and contractors must comply with the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 and the Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011.