QRMC is highly experienced in the development, review and implementation of WHS Management Systems. We have developed complete systems, reviewed and updated systems, and developed components (specific procedures and/or forms) for clients in public and private sectors across several jurisdictions in Australia.
QRMC’s WHS documentation is always developed to be compliant with the relevant legislation and codes of practice for the client’s operations as well as AS/NZS 4801 Occupational health and safety management systems (transitioning to AS/NZS ISO 45001 Occupational health and safety management systems). The documentation we develop is also designed to be user-friendly, efficient, and to integrate with other systems and processes already in place within the organisation.
During the development or redevelopment of systems documentation, we focus on ensuring that the result is tailored to the specific requirements and operational activities of the organisation in order to facilitate user acceptance and maximise the value of the system to the organisation.
QRMC makes sure that each policy, procedure and form is tailored to your organisation’s operations. While ensuring that the legislative requirements for your jurisdiction and industry are met by the WHS Management System, QRMC will also focus on:
- involving your staff in order to develop commitment to the WHS Management System and ease the implementation process
- designing the procedures and forms to reflect the operational needs of your business and the capacities and access requirements of the staff who will use the system
- building in the capacity for easy ongoing review and continuous improvement
Importantly, we aim to minimise the administrative impact on staff of using the new documentation by integrating it with existing systems documentation and frameworks, mirroring style and keeping components that work well in order to ease the implementation processes. We are very mindful of the need to minimise organisational shock and loss of staff time, whilst maximising the effectiveness of the system and its outcomes. In a nutshell, we aim for “low trauma, high value”.