Multiple processes are in place for effective two-way communication across all organisational levels. Consultative hazard identification and control management processes are in place and applied at operational, task and individual levels. Representative committees, reflecting operating site structure, are established and monitor processes, performance and progress against improvement plans.
Formal and informal processes in place to:
- Involve workers/operators in planning processes;
- Inform workers/operators of key business inputs/controls that they should be implementing;
- Gather information from workers/operators on concerns, hazards present, incidents and other matters related to safe and productive operation of the site
Trainers confirm that workers/operators are informed of the formal and informal consultation and communication strategies available on site.
Workers/operators participate in planning processes, changes to plant/process/workplaces and incident reviews.
Workers/operators report hazards, incidents and other concerns to supervisors and more senior site personnel as required.
Records of communication are collected, stored and accessed in line with site information control requirements.
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