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OH&S Policy

Policy Direction

CAMS will use its best endeavours to achieve a working environment that, to the extent reasonably practicable eliminates or reduces risks to health and safety by:

  • Conducting risk assessments on hazards and risks relating to the work of Staff and Volunteers;
  • Monitoring the health and safety of Staff and Volunteers;
  • Seeking advice on safety matters when required;
  • Promoting safety and welfare to Staff and Volunteers;
  • Working with Staff who are returning to work after illness or injury to assist their rehabilitation;
  • Providing training to Staff on work health and safety on induction and then as required;
  • Providing training and instruction to Volunteers as to the safe performance of their work as required;
  • Ensuring Contractors comply with their health and safety obligations by requiring them in CAMS contracts to address risks and have in place control measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from their work;
  • Ensuring those conducting Permitted Events adopt any work health and safety policies required by CAMS and address risks and have in place control measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from their Permitted Event/s;
  • Consulting with Staff and Volunteers on work health and safety matters;
  • Reporting to the Board Members on work health and safety.

Full Policy