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No Sweat Construction Management Plans and Systems Aimed at Complying With Recent Australian Legislation Released by Ensafe

Sydney (PRWEB) April 13, 2012

The new Work Health and Safety (WHS) Act was passed the beginning of this year. Under the current laws, construction businesses are obliged to be mindful of transitional arrangements for hazardous work. As such, many contractors and companies must now deal with applying changes to their safety plans. Ensafe Planning Solutions recently announced the release of its revolutionary two-part plans and systems designed to make construction compliance with the new laws uncomplicated as possible.

Ensafe’s newest pre-written plans and systems aim to furnish construction companies and contractors with the necessary requirements to carry out projects according to the new regulations. Aside from the uncomplicated plans and systems, Ensafe says they will provide 24/7 support for clients and offer 12 months of free updates for management plans.

Drafted to comply with Occupational Health and Safety, Work Health and Safety regulations and international standards, Ensafe’s current line of management plans include Site Safety Management Plan, Construction Environmental Management Plan, Construction Quality Management Plan, Construction Safety and Environmental Management Plan and Construction Project Management Plan. Under the management system line, Ensafe lists the release of the OHS Management System Manual, Environmental Management System Manual, Quality Management System Manual and Integrated Management System Manual.

Ensafe remarks, “Our plans and systems are characterized by the one thing that 99 percent of online templates lack – simplicity. Simplicity is the basis of the ‘Ensafe difference’ and is the inspiration behind Ensafe’s unique two-part structure on all our plans and systems.”

With Ensafe’s two-part structure, a site safety plan comes with two documents. The first details the policies, procedures and forms related to the individual projects and the second details specific information for each individual project. Simple, effective and quite easily modified to comply with future regulations; Ensafe’s plans and systems have been hailed as lifesavers in the construction business.

“Our team is continuously monitoring legislative changes so that all our management plans and systems are always up-to-date and reflect the best practices in the industry.”

Ensafe Planning Solutions was founded in 2008 by Mr. Martin Gerardo with a team of dedicated experts who all have extensive experience in the industry. “Our mission is to assist you in establishing your quality, safety and environmental systems by providing you with high-quality, easy-to-use and low-cost solutions so that you can always be ahead of your competitors.”

The construction industry is risky enough without having to rely on a complex manual or a system that prevents workers from being safe and efficient. According to Safe Work Australia statistics, long-term contact with chemicals or substances comprise 21 percent of fatalities recorded from 2009 to 2010, while 11 percent were due to falls from a height or contact with electricity.

While the new rules are expected to be enforced at the beginning of 2013 in New South Wales, (the new law is already enforced in Queensland this year), construction companies and contractors would do well to look into a simple, plainly-worded safety management plan from Ensafe now to avoid confusion over the new regulations and keep worksite accidents to a bare minimum.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/ensafe/prweb9399975.htm

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