Safety is everyone's responsibility
Bayside Personnel is committed to your continued wellbeing and aim to ensure you are safe from injury and risk while at work.
No business practice is more important to us than our Health, Safety and Environment policies and procedures. The effectiveness of our workplace safety systems depends greatly on your commitment and support.
It is important that you accept responsibility for your own safety in the workplace.
We ask that you commit to:
- Observing and complying with all health and safety standards, and rules of the site.
- Following safety signage, warnings or instructions provided by the Host Employer.
- Ensuring that you are working safely, reporting any concerns immediately.
- Promoting a safe working culture within the workplace at all times
As your employer, it is our legal obligation to register any injuries you sustain in the workplace.
If you are injured at work:
- Immediately report your injury to your supervisor and seek first aid, if necessary.
- Contact your consultant as soon as possible to complete an Injury, Incident and Near Miss Report.
- If you need to see a doctor, you must obtain a WorkCover Certificate of Capacity. Advise the staff at the medical centre to send the invoice to Bayside Personnel.
- If you need time off work as a result of your injury, you must complete a Workers Compensation Claim form. Your consultant can assist you with completing the forms.
Normal practice and our expectation is that rehabilitation and your subsequent return to work will commence as soon as soon as you are able.
Suitable duties which do not jeopardise your wellbeing will be provided where possible as part of this process. An appointment to see a doctor may be arranged for you, so please follow the workplace injury guidelines for your state.
You can also familiarise yourself with our Workplace Safety Guide that will help to mitigate your risk of injury.Safety Guide