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This checklist is based on the requirements of the WHS Regulations 47-49,

and the practical guidance about effective consultation in the

WHS Consultation, Co-operation and Coordination Code of Practice.

In your workplace is consultation a 2 way process between

the PCBU and workers where they:

    •    talk to each other about health and safety matters?   ___

    •    listen to concerns and raise their concerns?  ___

    •    seek and share views and information?  ___

Are workers encouraged to:

    •    ask questions about health and safety?  ___

    •    raise concerns and report problems?  ___

    •    make safety recommendations?  ___

    •    be part of the problem solving process?  ___


    •    are workers given relevant work, health and safety information?  ___

    •    are workers given a reasonable opportunity to express their views

          and to raise health or safety issues?  ___

    •    are workers given a reasonable opportunity to contribute to the decision

         making process relating to health and safety matters that affect them?  ___

    •    are the views of workers taken into account?  ___

    •    are workers advised of the outcome of any consultation in a timely manner?  ___