Introducing our Hospitality and Function Centres Safety Management System – an all-in-one solution to ensure safety in your establishment. This comprehensive system contains all the necessary tools to implement safety policies and procedures, as well as providing peace of mind for management and employees alike.
Industry Policy and Procedures Induction Manual
The Industry Policy and Procedures Induction Manual is an essential tool for any business operating in the hospitality and function centre industry. This manual outlines industry best practices and safety protocols to ensure that your establishment meets and exceeds safety standards. The manual covers a range of topics, including risk assessment, hazard identification, emergency procedures, and safe work practices.
The manual also includes a comprehensive checklist that guides you through the implementation of safety procedures, ensuring that all necessary measures are in place to protect your employees, customers, and visitors. The manual is easy to read and understand, providing clear and concise instructions that can be easily followed.
The Policy and Procedures Manual for the Hospitality and Function Centres Work Health and Safety Management System has updated procedures for various aspects of work health and safety, including:
- Management of Health and Safety Risks
- General Tools and Equipment
- Drugs and Alcohol
- Company Vehicle Use
- Private Vehicle Use for Work Purposes
- Company Provided Mobile Phone Use
- Managing Noise and the Prevention of Hearing Loss
- Internet and Email Use
- Emergency Procedures
- First Aid Procedures
- First Aid Kit Checklist
- Hazardous Substances
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Social Functions
- Slips Trips and Falls
- Work at Heights
- Sun Protection
- Managing Workplace Conflict
- Workplace Hazard Identification Inspections
- Incident Reporting
- Manual Handling & Hazardous Manual Tasks
- Fatigue Management
- Company and Personnel Privacy
- and more.
The WHS Diary is a crucial tool for maintaining safety in your establishment. This diary provides a structured approach to managing workplace health and safety (WHS) and ensures that all necessary tasks are completed on time. The diary is designed to be used daily, providing prompts and reminders to ensure that no critical safety task is overlooked.
The WHS Diary includes sections for recording incidents, near misses, and hazards. This allows you to identify areas for improvement and take proactive steps to prevent accidents and injuries from occurring. The diary also includes a section for recording training and induction sessions, ensuring that all staff receive the necessary safety training before commencing work.
The WHS Diary Records Manual is a compilation of forms for any area of your safety compliance that needs to be recorded, which includes forms such as:
- Incident Report Form
- Hazard Identification Form
- Risk Assessment Form
- Toolbox Talk Sign-In Sheet
- Training Record Form
- Safety Inspection Form
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Checklist
- Fire Safety Checklist
- Emergency Evacuation Plan
- First Aid Report Form
- Injury and Illness Record Form
- Chemical Register Form
- Safety Meeting Minutes Form
- Work Permit Form
- Equipment Inspection Form
- Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form
- Safety Observation Report Form
- Confined Space Entry Permit Form
- Lockout/Tagout Form
- Safety Audit Checklist
Task and Equipment Specific Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS)
As part of the Hospitality and Function Centres Work Health and Safety Management System, we offer 30 industry-specific Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) that are specifically selected by you.
Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) are critical to ensuring the safety of your employees when performing high-risk tasks. The Task and Equipment Specific SWMS included in our Hospitality and Function Centres Safety Management System cover a range of tasks and equipment commonly found in the hospitality and function centre industry. These statements provide step-by-step instructions for performing tasks safely and include hazard identification and risk assessment.
The SWMS also include sections for recording the necessary training and induction for employees performing high-risk tasks. This ensures that all staff are aware of the hazards associated with their work and are trained to work safely.
2 Years Update Coverage
Safety procedures and protocols are constantly evolving, and it is crucial to stay up-to-date with industry best practices. Our Hospitality and Function Centres Safety Management System includes two years of update coverage to ensure that your safety procedures and protocols remain current and compliant with industry standards. This update coverage includes any changes to legislation, regulations, or best practices that may affect the safety of your establishment.
Customised to Your Business
Our Hospitality and Function Centres Safety Management System is customised to your business, ensuring that all company-specific details are included. This includes adding your company logo and details to the manual and SWMS, providing a professional look and feel that aligns with your brand.
Delivered in Microsoft Word Format
Our Hospitality and Function Centres Safety Management System is delivered in Microsoft Word format, providing easy editing and customisation. This allows you to make any necessary changes to the manual, SWMS, or diary to reflect any changes in your establishment’s safety procedures or protocols. The system is designed to be user-friendly and easy to navigate, making it accessible to all staff, regardless of their level of technical expertise.
In conclusion, our Hospitality and Function Centres Safety Management System is an all-in-one solution to ensure safety in your establishment. With its Industry Policy and Procedures Induction Manual, WHS Diary, Task and Equipment Specific SWMS, two years of update coverage, customisation to your business, and delivered in Microsoft Word format, this system provides everything you need to maintain a safe workplace. With our system in place, you can rest assured that your employees, customers, and visitors are protected from harm, and that you are meeting your legal obligations as an employer.
Implementing a safety management system in your hospitality and function centre is not only a legal requirement but also a moral obligation. Ensuring the safety of your staff and visitors should always be a top priority, and our system makes it easy to do so. By following the protocols and procedures outlined in the manual and SWMS, you can reduce the risk of accidents and injuries, which can lead to financial and reputational damage for your business.
Our system is also designed to be scalable, meaning that it can be easily adapted to suit the needs of your business as it grows. Whether you are opening a new establishment or expanding your existing one, our system can be updated to reflect any changes in your operations.
Investing in our Hospitality and Function Centres Safety Management System is an investment in the safety and wellbeing of your staff and visitors. By implementing the system, you are not only complying with legal requirements but also providing a safe and healthy workplace for your employees. This can lead to increased productivity, reduced absenteeism, and improved morale, all of which can benefit your business in the long term.
In summary, our Hospitality and Function Centres Safety Management System is a comprehensive solution to ensure the safety of your establishment. With its Industry Policy and Procedures Induction Manual, WHS Diary, Task and Equipment Specific SWMS, two years of update coverage, customisation to your business, and delivered in Microsoft Word format, this system provides everything you need to maintain a safe workplace. By investing in our system, you can provide a safe and healthy workplace for your staff and visitors, which can lead to increased productivity, reduced absenteeism, and improved morale.
Ordering and Delivery
Delivery time is 7-10 business days. However if your order is urgent you may select express delivery during checkout and we’ll have your package to you within 3-5 business days.
Gary’s Safety Tips
Hey there, welcome to our discussion on risks, hazards, and safety when it comes to working in hospitality and running functions. It’s crucial to address this topic because working in hospitality can expose you to various risks and hazards, which could lead to severe injuries or even fatalities if not adequately addressed.
Let’s first talk about the risks involved in working in hospitality. In the hospitality industry, you’re constantly dealing with large crowds of people, equipment such as sharp knives, and hot surfaces that can all create risk factors. There is also a possibility of exposure to hazardous chemicals and substances. But don’t be disheartened; it’s vital to be aware of the risks that you’re facing and take steps to minimise them.
The first step in mitigating risks is to understand what could potentially go wrong. Evaluate your surroundings and identify potential hazards. After you have a comprehensive list, you can implement control measures to prevent the occurrence of accidents.
You can minimise the risks by adopting various techniques, such as proper training for all employees, setting up proper signage, following strict protocols and procedures, and having an emergency plan in place. Implementing these measures will reduce the risk of accidents and promote a safer working environment.
Now, let’s shift our focus to hazards. Hazards are objects, situations, or events that could cause harm. In the hospitality industry, there are various hazards to be aware of, such as slippery floors, exposed electrical wires, and sharp objects. It’s essential to identify hazards and take measures to eliminate or reduce their occurrence.
Eliminating hazards may involve using safer equipment, installing warning signs, and implementing procedures that promote safer handling of equipment. It’s important to ensure that your employees have the necessary equipment and knowledge to deal with hazards. By identifying and addressing hazards, you can create a safer work environment for everyone.
Finally, let’s talk about safety. Safety should always be a priority in the hospitality industry. As an employee, it’s your responsibility to keep yourself and others safe. Safety protocols are in place to minimise the occurrence of accidents, but it’s essential to follow them to the letter.
Effective communication is key to ensuring safety. All employees should be adequately trained and informed about potential hazards, and the measures that are in place to mitigate them. As an employee, it’s crucial to report any hazards or incidents immediately to your supervisor, so they can be addressed promptly.
Another crucial aspect of safety is personal protective equipment (PPE). The hospitality industry requires its employees to wear specific PPE, such as aprons, gloves, and goggles, to minimise the risk of injury. It’s crucial to ensure that you and your colleagues are using the appropriate PPE for the job at hand.
In conclusion, risks, hazards, and safety are vital considerations when working in hospitality and running functions. Being aware of potential risks and hazards and taking measures to prevent accidents is critical. Following safety protocols, identifying and addressing hazards, and using appropriate PPE are all necessary to ensure a safe working environment. By prioritising safety and taking measures to minimise risks and hazards, you can create a safer and more enjoyable environment for your customers and colleagues alike.