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What Managers & Supervisors Must Do in
WHS Consultation with Workers

Consultation is a 2 way process between you and your workers where you;


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Why Managers and Supervisors Must Consult

Managers and Supervisors have an important part to play in consultation with workers because;





The Benefits of Consultation

A safe and healthy workplace is easier to achieve when workers are consulted and involved. Why? Because:


When Must Consultation Be Done

Managers and Supervisors must consult with workers when they are;

(i)   consulting with workers

(ii)  resolving workplace health and safety issues

(iii) monitoring the health of workers

(iv) monitoring workplace conditions

(v)  providing information and training to workers

Consultation may be done direct with workers, or with their Health & Safety Representatives, or with their Health & Safety Committee.

For further details see page 5 of the Work Health and Safety Consultation, Co-operation and Co-ordination Code of Practice

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