As a leading Australian scaffold provider, Western Scaffold is committed to ensuring the health, safety and welfare of all persons (including employees, contractors, and members of the public) at its workplaces.
This commitment is demonstrated by involving staff in workplace health and safety matters; employing suitably trained and qualified tradespeople; employing suitably trained and qualified OH&S personnel and meeting legislative requirements.
Furthermore, adequate resources are always dedicated to meet OH&S requirement, training and induction of personnel and site safety plans and risk analysis.
Western Scaffold's Workplace Health and Safety Plans address those workplace health and safety issues applicable to any of its projects. The plan has also been prepared to help ensure compliance with all relevant Acts, Regulations, Codes of Practice, Advisory Standards and Australian Standards as applicable in those Australian States and Territories where work may be conducted.
All scaffolding will be erected in accordance with the Western Scaffold erection manual. Method statements will be followed where the manual does not cover the erection of the particular scaffolding.
Western Scaffold expects that all persons at the workplace will accept their responsibilities and obligations as prescribed in the Workplace Health and Safety Plan.