27 Items you should have in your Occupational Health and Safety Budget
My inbox has been flooded with questions about Health and Safety Budgets:
How do I compile my Occupational Health and Safety Budget?
What should I include in it?
Must I have a health and safety budget?
The biggest problem out there is employers either don’t budget for their health and safety needs. And end up losing profit from unexpected health and safety expenses like first aid training, replenishing your safety equipment etc. Or, they just don’t know what to include in their Health and Safety budgets.
I’ve got news for you… It’s your responsibility to ensure your workplace is safe and risk free (Section 8(1) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act). For a safe and risk free workplace, you need to put certain legal requirements in place. This costs you money and you have to budget for it.
I have the perfect solution for you
Fear not, I’m not just here to tell you that you need a health and safety budget. I asked our Health and Safety expert, Johann Botes, to put together a list of all the items you need to include in your Health and Safety budget to ensure you comply with all your OHS Act obligations. And even better, he also threw in a few health and safety extra items that you should include in your budget too.
Johann has more than 14 years’ experience in health and safety, incident investigation and facilities management. He’s a qualified health and safety auditor and trainer for safety management, advance risk assessments, train-the-trainer, COID, incident investigation, construction regulations, first aid training and SHE reps. Because of Johann’s vast range of experience across all matters health and safety, he is the perfect expert to advise you on all the legal requirements for your health and safety budget. He currently consults to companies to ensure they’re health and safety compliant, by implementing safety systems, training, incident investigations and auditing of existing systems.
So, don’t waste precious time trying to figure out what to include in your health and safety budget… Simply order your very own Health and Safety Budget Guide now.
In the Health and Safety Budget Guide you’ll get:
21 Items you must legally include in your health and safety budget to be compliant with the OHS Act.
Six more items you should look at including to ensure your workplace is safe and risk free.
How to compile your Health and Safety Budget in three easy steps.
A health and safety management system plan and budget template for an office environment, construction and factory environments. These templates make your life easier as you have a layout to start your budget.
That’s a total of 27 items you should include in your health and safety budget, plus a guide on how to get started and three free templates.
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