Australian workplaces are under on-going pressure to provide a safer workplace environment for employees, contractors, sub-contractors, customers, visitors and other members of the public.
Constant onus is on senior management to invest in robust OHS management systems to remove workplace risk and comply with OHS legislation.
OHS Harmonisation legislation recently enacted in many states means that senior officers can now be held personally responsible for OHS risk exposures and organisations face harsher penalties for failure to comply. With the remaining states expected to adopt these laws in January 2013, the need has never been greater for organisations to conduct formal due diligence reviews and ensure that they and their employees remain protected.
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Aon Hewitt helps clients meet their legal requirements and assists them in mitigating their people related risks, leading to reduced workers’ compensation expenses and a more efficient workforce.
Our consultants will work with your organisation to identify strategies to:
We have experienced consultants across Australia who work with a wide range of clients from different industries and environments to help them manage their OHS and workers’ compensation programs including policy and placement and self-insurance.