Workplace Health & Safety
Edmen Community Staffing Solutions is committed to encouraging a safe working environment for all employees. We do this by complying with the requirements of the relevant Work Health and Safety (WHS) legislation, providing a structured return to work program and implementing a governance framework of continual improvement.
At Edmen, safety is a priority. As an employee, you must be aware of and comply with suitable standards of conduct, regulations and safe work practices. While not every situation can be anticipated, it is expected that employees will use their common sense and good judgement. It is an obligation of all employees to comply with WHS legislation.
Under the WHS Act a worker is required to:
Take care of his or her own health and safety
Ensure that his or her acts or omissions do not adversely affect the health and safety of others
Follow policies and procedures brought to his or her attention
Follow reasonable instructions
Safety Concerns Report
If you notice a safety concern at your workplace, please report it as soon as possible by completing and submitting the form below.
As part of our commitment to proving a safe working environment, employees are required to report any safety concerns or hazards in line with Edmen's employee policy and state and/or federal legislation. Edmen aims to minimise incidents by documenting, reviewing and readdressing the consequences and/or potential risks.
Edmen considers an incident to be an event whereby a staff member is injured, put at risk or distressed.
If an Edmen employee considers an incident to be of concern, she or he will:
Take immediate action to ensure the people involved are safe, calm and receiving appropriate assistance
Call your Edmen Service Coordinator as soon as possible