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A quality management system will assist in identifying hazards / problem areas, provide options or solutions, rate significance, act on decisions made, and ensure an ongoing process of review.
PLANNING: Identify key areas of risk and set goals for improvement. Carefully select equipment or proposed work practices proven to prevent or contain slip or trip hazards.
ORGANISATION: Ensure workers are involved and committed to reducing risks. Encourage employee responsibility and review practices regularly with records that identify specific responsibilities.
CONTROL: Check to ensure that working practices and processes are being carried out properly. Keep a record of cleaning or maintenance work and provide positive encouragement for progress.
MONITOR AND REVIEW: Re-examine systems, study accident investigation and inspection reports. Is improvement evident?