Safety Management Planning Projects

Project Overview

To truly succeed in creating a safe place of work, there needs to be an effective safety management system developed and implemented. A safety management system combines all the different elements in a workplace that need attention to ensure a safe working environment for everyone who enters it is provided. A good safety management system ensures health and safety is an integral part of a organisations core operations.  

Our Role

Ecobalance was engaged to develop a safety management system for a number of organisations to ensure:

  • The health and safety of employees, subcontractors and agents, and the general public who may be on work sites,
  • They comply with (including employees, subcontractors and agents) comply with, any Acts, Regulations, local laws and by-laws, Codes of Practice, Australian Standards, policy and procedures,
  • That the safety management system is developed and implemented in accordance with:
    • the NSW, QLD & VIC Government WPH&S Management System,
    • all the duties of an employer and occupier as specified in the federal governments model Work Health & Safety Act 2011 and its associated regulations and,
    • any other Acts, regulations, local laws and by-laws, Codes of Practice, Australian Standards and practice and procedures which are in any way applicable.



  • Assessed risks and plan work activities to eliminate or control foreseeable hazards or risks,
  • Complying with relevant WPH&S, workplace injury management and workers compensation legislation and regulations,
  • Established measurable objectives and targets for continuous improvement,
  • Consultation with employees and subcontractors and circulate WPH&S information,
  • Safety management systems are available to all employees,
  • Safety management systems available to subcontractors working on site during construction/maintenance activities,
  • Workplaces maintained in safe condition,
  • Plant and equipment are maintained in a safe condition,
  • Appropriate instruction and training identified for employees and subcontractors to assist them in avoiding unsafe situations, unsafe work practices and the use of defective equipment,
  • Adequate facilities identified for outdoor staff.




Guyra NSW, Dorrigo NSW, Gold Coast QLD, Geelong VIC, Australia.


Banbai Enterprise Development Aboriginal Corporation. Dorodong Association. Wathaurong Co-operative. Ngarang-Wal Gold Coast Aboriginal Association Inc.