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Facilitate the identification, assessment, and prioritisation of WHS risks associated with hazards that may result in the likelihood of harm or severity of harm in the workplace.


Undertake WHS investigations to determine the root cause/s of the incident and to recommend the implementation of change. Importantly, the scope and complexity of any investigation should mirror the actual or potential seriousness of the incident. Clear communication of the investigation outcomes is integral to the investigation process.



Improve systems to ensure the implementation of a safety management system (SMS) is a systematic approach to managing safety, including organisational structures, accountabilities, policies and procedures within the workplace that meets the required safety standards and the appointment of key safety personnel.


TLC identifies the legal requirements in providing for WHS training, in order to assist in achieving the duty of care for the health, safety and welfare of our employees, visitors and others in the workplace.

TLC undertakes a review of current safety practices and identifies OHS knowledge / skills required for employees to competently perform their designated roles. This is achieved by:

  • job safety analyses (includes training and competency for each task)

  • specific hazard risk assessments

  • WHS audits

  • legislation requirements

  • investigation of incidents.

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