Good health and safety means good business: public OHS reporting by organisations

How an organisation can inspire innovation and progress by publicly reporting its workplace occupational health and safety (OHS) commitments.

Shape
 
Published: 01 Jul 2006
 
File type: PDF
 
File size: 90.33 kB
 
Length: 8 pages
 
Reading level: Medium

What it contains

By publicly reporting their OHS commitments, organisations can show how they are responsible, accountable and transparent. They can also encourage other businesses, stakeholders and investors to improve their OHS performance. This document advises employers about publicly reporting, and explains:

  • why businesses and organisations should report on OHS
  • why good OHS means good business
  • how to report on occupational health and safety
  • how to use OHS management criteria
  • how to assess OHS performance
  • how to document independent proof of performance
  • how to document your organisation’s continuous improvement