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Workplace Health and safety

Kelly Fire is wholly committed to the Health, Safety and Welfare of its employees with the intention of eliminating work related injury and illness within the workplace. The company recognises and accepts it responsibility towards ensuring the Health, Safety and Welfare of all Kelly Fire employees, subcontractors, suppliers, consultants, clients and other visitors to its workplaces, and the general public. In an effort to achieve our ‘nil harm’ safety goal, Kelly Fire has created an in-depth Work Health and Safety Handbook. This comprehensive Safety Management System outlines employee responsibilities within its operations.

Kelly Fire is committed to complying with the Work Health and Safety (WHS) Act 2011 relevant in NSW and, as such, develops, implements, maintains and continually updates and improves its WHS Management System within its operations
Managers and Supervisors are responsible for the implementation and maintenance of WHS Management Systems and Standards within the workplaces under their control.

All employees are expected to demonstrate a willingness to embrace the concept of Safe Work Practices and a Safe Working Environment. Employees are required to work in a healthy and safe manner and should discourage others from working otherwise.

Education and training of all employees on Health and Safety issues is considered to be a natural course of employment and all employees are encouraged to embrace this concept.