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WH&S Policy

Work Health & Safety Policy Statement

This Policy states Pioneer Elevator is committed to the health and safety of all people who enter sites or areas controlled by the company, carry out work for the company, or may be impacted by work performed on behalf of Pioneer Elevator. This Policy applies to all staff, visitors and contractors.

Pioneer Elevator is committed to implementing an effective and integrated WHS Management System and will achieve a safe and healthy workplace through:

  • Establishing an effective WHS Management System
  • Setting and achieving WHS goals and objectives
  • Identifying and eliminating or controlling as far as reasonably practicable, all health and safety hazards and associated risks
  • Consulting effectively and meaningfully with staff regarding decisions that may impact their health and safety
  • Integrating competent WHS risk management practice into all operations
  • Encouraging a culture of cooperation, initiative and responsibility across the organisation to maintain a safe and healthy workplace
  • Continually reviewing and improving the WHS Management System to eliminate workplace injury and illness as far as reasonably practicable

Pioneer Elevator will achieve best industry WHS management practice and comply with:

  • Australian Standard ISO 45001:2018
  • All relevant legislative and regulatory requirements as identified in the WHS Management System documents

Strategies employed in the implementation of this policy include:

  • Risk assessment of all operational activity
  • Authorisation by the responsible person before work commences, confirming that all foreseeable hazards associated with the work are eliminated as far as reasonably practicable, or controlled in accordance with the hierarchy of controls
  • Resourcing to control WHS risks
  • The elimination as far as reasonably practicable or control of WHS risks during design and planning phases; for example, during the design of plant/equipment
  • The elimination as far as reasonably practicable or control of WHS risks in the purchasing process; for example, when purchasing new equipment, substances, materials or services
  • Effective and meaningful consultation in our workplace to ensure that all contributions are represented and considered
  • The documentation and communication of WHS responsibilities
  • The provision of information, instruction, training and supervision relevant to existing knowledge, skills and identified needs
  • The timely implementation of corrective action to manage reported hazards, incidents, inspection and audit findings.
  • A regular WHS audit programme to measure WHS Management System implementation progress
  • Senior management reporting and review of WHS Key Performance Indicators on a regular basis



Authorized by: MR. D. RUGHOOBER
Title               : MANAGING DIRECTOR
Dated             : 05 JANUARY 2023
Review Date  : 05 JANUARY 2024


PO BOX  417

Mobile: 0401 200 961
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ABN 98 120 049 452
ACN 120 049 452