Garden Maintenance SWMS Packs and WHS Management Systems

A garden maintenance project is relatively easy and straight-forward. However, there are potential hazards that lurk in seemingly harmless activities, tools and regimens. Additionally, any person running a garden maintenance business has a duty and responsibility to avoid causing harm or affecting the health of their employees, clients, contractors and others. To this effect, Occupational Safety Solutions offers heavily discounted OHS/WHS Management systems and SWMS to help business owners fulfil this responsibility. Backed by WHS Certified professionals, these easy to use and fully-customisable WHS Management systems and SWMS Packs are developed to save businesses time in research and development. 

WHS Industry Pack – Garden Maintenance

Our Garden Maintenance WHS Management systems are aimed at helping businesses access statutory documentation for the Garden Maintenance practice, implement it and demonstrate compliance with WHS legislative requirements, regulations and Codes of Practice. These systems are created in line AS/NZS 4801:2001 and then updated to comply with the WHS Act 2011, Updated WHS Regulations 2017 and all other relevant Safe Work Australian Codes of Practice (COP). The pack includes six (6) parts with fully customisable, user-friendly MS Word templates for all Garden Maintenance work activities in Australia.

Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) – Garden Maintenance

With a collection of 28 professionally prepared SWMS templates specific to Garden Maintenance, this Pack is tailored to meet the needs of various Garden Maintenance Work Activities across Australia. Our aim is to help Garden Maintenance business owners perform their activities safely and responsibly, using the right tools and equipment and in full compliance with all relevant regulations and COP. All templates include professionally prepared, pre-written step by step procedures, typical hazards and appropriate safety controls. They are also fully customisable and fully compliant with WHS Act 2011, Updated WHS Regulations 2017 and all other relevant Safe Work Australian Codes of Practice.