Workplace Health and Safety Services & Disability Assessments Victoria
We support employers and individuals through workplace risk mitigation, return to work plans & management, staff training sessions and NDIS OT assessments.
We specialise in risk management and injury prevention for organisations across industries. Our return to work management services keep you productive while efficiently caring for your team.
Our experienced occupational therapists can provide Functional Capacity Assessments as part of your NDIS requirements. We also conduct a number of other OT assessments to meet your needs.
Our Workplace Health & Disability Services
Why Choose EDHS?
Since 2016, we have helped countless businesses and people stay safe and healthy. See how we can help you.
Our Workplace Health & Safety Specialists
The EDHS team is passionate about keeping you and your team safe. We have the knowledge and experience to guide you through everything from claims paperwork to NDIS assessments.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a risk assessment?
A risk assessment is an important way to proactively manage and mitigate the risks present in your workplace. It involves the identification, evaluation, and mitigation of hazards that employees may face.
A thorough risk assessment should include not only what risks are present, but how they are controlled for. Employers should conduct risk assessments for their workplace on a regular basis to maintain health and safety.
What is workplace health and safety?
Workplace health and safety is the critical process of managing risks in your workplace. This involves mitigating anything that could potentially harm your staff, customers, visitors, or vendors.
Managing workplace health and safety may mean investing in things like safety equipment, proper signage, or staff training. You’ll want to keep your facilities clean and implement appropriate policies and procedures to protect all who work for you or with you.
How to do a risk assessment?
To conduct a risk assessment in your workplace, first start by identifying all the potential hazards someone may be exposed to. You may start by walking through your worksite and off-site locations. You may want to review policies and procedures. Talk with employees and relevant unions for their feedback. Some companies even work with a professional to identify hazards that they may overlook.
From here, assess the risk that each hazard poses and its implications. Then, develop plans to mitigate those risks through things like safety training, equipment, or control measures. Repeat this process regularly to keep your workplace safe.