Cleaning SWMS Packs and WHS Management Systems

Different cleaning environments call for different tools, procedures and technique. Without a proper guide, it can all turn chaotic and possibly hazardous. As a consequence, any person undertaking a cleaning work activity has a responsibility to ensure that their work does not cause harm or affect the health of your contractors, employees, clients and other people around the site. For this reason, Occupational Safety Solutions has developed heavily discounted OHS/WHS Management systems and SWMS Packs tailored for the cleaning work activities. Developed by WHS certified professionals, our ready to use and fully customisable WHS Management systems and SWMS Packs are saving you valuable time in research and development.

WHS Industry Pack – Cleaning

The Occupational Safety Solutions Cleaning WHS Management System carries with it an overriding aim to help business owners perform various cleaning work activities safely and responsibly using the tool, equipment, procedures and tactics. This WHS Management System is developed in line with AS/NZS 4801:2001 and then updated to comply with the WHS Act 2011, Updated WHS Regulations 2017 and all appropriate Safe Work Australian Codes of Practice. The system is made up of six (6) parts with fully customisable, easy to use MS Word templates tailored for all Cleaning work activities within Australia.

Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) Pack – Cleaning

With a collection of 19 professionally created SWMS, there is something for all manner of cleaning work activities. Our aim is to help Australian cleaning business owners perform their cleaning undertakings safely and in full compliance with all relevant regulations, legislation and Codes of Practice (COP). All templates contain pre-written step by step procedures, typical hazards and appropriate safety controls. additionally, they are all fully customisable and fully compliant with the WHS Act 2011, Updated WHS Regulations 2017 and all other relevant Safe Work Australian Codes of Practice.