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Safety & Compliance

Elite Safety

ELITE commits to achieving Workplace Health and Safety principles in our working environment with ISO 45001:2018. As the PCBU, ELITE recognises our moral and legal responsibility to provide a safe and healthy work environment for workers, contractors, customers, and visitors.

This commitment also extends to all offices of ELITE in ensuring that our operations and defined responsibilities to each role or process do not place the local community, any person, or the environment at risk of injury, illness, or damage. Continual training and awareness will benefit all working within the company and on or near associated sites.

Aims & Objectives

ELITE will produce, adapt, and abide by internal procedures to –

 

  • Provide and maintain healthy and safe workplaces and safe plant and work systems.
  • Provide written business operating procedures and instructions to ensure safe work practices.
  • Ensure compliance with legislative requirements and current industry standards.
  • Provide workers, contractors, and customers with such information, instruction, training, and supervision as is necessary to ensure their continued health and safety.
  • Provide support and assistance to workers and involve them in consultation on safety issues and controls.
  • Provide assistance programs and procedures for injured workers.
  • Engage Rehabilitation providers and other specialists to assist injured workers.

ELITE commits to achieving Workplace Health and Safety principles in our working environment with ISO 45001:2018. As the PCBU, ELITE recognises our moral and legal responsibility to provide a safe and healthy work environment for workers, contractors, customers, and visitors.

This commitment also extends to all offices of ELITE in ensuring that our operations and defined responsibilities to each role or process do not place the local community, any person, or the environment at risk of injury, illness, or damage. Continual training and awareness will benefit all working within the company and on or near associated sites.

Responsibilities

ELITE recognises that the overall responsibility to provide a safe workplace rests with management, who will be accountable for implementing this policy and business processes. These responsibilities include –

  • Ensuring that the WHS policy and procedures are communicated and implemented.
  • Establishing measurable objectives and targets to ensure continued improvement to eliminate work-related injuries and illnesses.
  • Providing adequate resources to meet these WHS commitments. Workers also have responsibilities.
  • Following all WHS instructions and adhering to procedures and ISO 45001:2018
  • Recognising hazards that may affect their health and safety, those of others, or the environment, and reporting and addressing them as required.

 

Workers also have responsibilities, which will include –

  • Ensure their actions do not affect the safety of all other workers or persons.
  •  Their fitness for duty is always maintained, and fatigue is to be considered.
  • Comply with all safe work instructions provided either verbally or formally.
  • Participate in the recording and control of hazards and risks in the workplace.
  • Participate in training, retraining and or rehabilitation when requested.

 

IMPLEMENTATION AND REVIEW

In fulfilling these aims and objectives, the ELITE team is responsible and committed to regular consultation with workers, clients, and stakeholders. This ensures that the policy operates effectively and that documentation and data are periodically reviewed and conform to management expectations.

Elite Chain of Responsibility

ELITE acknowledges vast external influences within the logistics and transport industry to which we conduct or provide our services. Our objectives guide the company and respond to the supplier and client’s expectations, always maintaining our involvement with other parties, referred to as “supply chain participates”. Management is to complete training to ensure the required responsibilities are known and are adhered to by all staff and workers. Individual responsibilities are to be communicated to all relevant staff and workers within the business during the induction process.

Our commitment is to work aligned with the client’s needs and those of other parties, focusing on improvement whilst ensuring compliance with applicable CoR Law. All essential elements are included, demonstrating the company’s preparedness by conducting ongoing internal Performance Management reviews and defining accountability.

Aims & Objectives

ELITE endeavours to achieve the following

 

  • Complying with applicable law, statutory requirements, regulations, codes and standards, customer/supplier needs and best practices.
  • Communicating the obligations of the roles and responsibilities for management, workers, and responsible parties in the supply chain and how these hold everyday responsibilities
  • Providing the necessary awareness, ongoing training, review, monitoring, and commitment of directions taken or committed by managers and workers in our control.
  • Ongoing review of internal practices that influence possible non-conformity of the Heavy Vehicle Act 2013.

Responsibilities

Managers and Workers also have responsibilities, which will include the following-

  • Knowing the strategies being applied by management, internal and external, to assess whether the processes implemented are effective.
  • Ensuring our management team and workers are trained in the awareness of Mass, Dimensions, Fatigue, Alcohol and other Drugs, Load Restraint, Speeding, Standards, and day-to-day commercial requirements of the industry we operate within.
  • Internal reporting to be assessed vertically within the business by conducting performance reviews on all stakeholders.
  • All persons directly employed or in control or who can influence operation processes are to be monitored and assessed to ensure ongoing conformance remains.
  •  Internal and external communication is regularly undertaken to demonstrate awareness, and observations are being investigated and addressed if necessary.

 

IMPLEMENTATION AND REVIEW

In fulfilling these aims and objectives, the team at ELITE is responsible and committed to regular consultation with workers, clients, and stakeholders to ensure that the Policy operates effectively and that documentation and data are periodically reviewed and conform to management expectations.

Elite Fatigue Management

ELITE is committed to providing a safe place of work for all employees, contractors, and visitors under our control. ELITE will ensure that it abides by the regulations and obligations related to proper performance as per the statutory requirements of the relative laws.

As part of management’s view on compliance with the requirements of the regulations within the applicable laws, our actions ensure that we conform to our objectives.

Aims & Objectives

ELITE endeavours to achieve the following

 

  • The elimination of risks and unsafe work practices caused by impaired or fatigued workers.
  • Compliance with the Workplace Health and Safety Act 2011, HVNL 2013 and Fatigue laws and regulations within the above-mentioned
  • The fundamental principle of this policy is that Fatigue in the workplace can create risk and may present a severe threat to the well-being of workers and other persons.
  • Ensure all shift rosters and working hours are consistently reviewed with knowledge and awareness of workplace fatigue risks.

Responsibilities

ELITE recognises that the overall responsibility to provide a safe workplace rests with management, who will be accountable for implementing this Fatigue policy and business processes. These responsibilities include –

  • Ensuring fatigue-related information is communicated and implemented.
  • Establishing measurable objectives and targets to ensure continued improvement to eliminate work-related fatigue risks.
  • Providing adequate resources to meet these WHS commitments.

Workers also have responsibilities, which will include –

  • Ensure their actions do not affect the safety of all other workers or persons.
  • Their fitness for duty is always maintained, and fatigue is to be considered a priority.
  • Comply with all safe work instructions provided either verbally or formally.
  • Participate in the controls applied risks in the workplace to reduce the risk of fatigue-related incidents.
  • Participate in training and communicate regularly if fatigue-related issues that affect your work.

 

IMPLEMENTATION AND REVIEW

In fulfilling these aims and objectives, the team at ELITE is responsible and committed to regular consultation with workers, clients, and stakeholders. This ensures that the policy operates effectively and that documentation and data are periodically reviewed and conform to management’s expectations.