Safety management plans
A work health and safety (WHS) management plan is a documented health and safety plan for a specific construction workplace. According to new health and safety laws, before work begins the builder (i.e. the principal contractor) must prepare a WHS management plan for any workplace where the value of construction work exceeds $250,000.
Although not legally required for projects under $250,000, WHS management plans are recommended for use by builders as written evidence of how risks are being managed on site
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