Education & Training
The provision of a safe physical environment for students, staff and any persons that occupy or utilise a facility, is intrinsic for the Education and Training industry. Risk management is not only for worker and student safety, but to maintain productivity and avoid financial implications from consequences of injury or failure to comply with regulations.
Common in ageing infrastructure, the likelihood of exposure to harmful contaminants, found in both building structures and soil, increases dramatically. Undertaking assessments of hazardous materials, air quality, temperature, mould and monitoring environmental risks are key in compliance with regulatory requirements and key in preventing harm to the health of students, workers and others. This is particularly pertinent when planning to undertake refurbishment works where contaminants, such as asbestos, are likely to be exposed due to the disruptive nature of the work itself.
Emergency management plans, evacuation drills and fire safety controls are an important requirement for any place of learning to ensure an understanding of evacuation procedures and the confident handling of emergency situations by nominated wardens.
The management of key stakeholder relationships and curbing of potential negative media attention from external stakeholders remains critical for the Education and Training industry, with a compelling need to meet regulatory requirements to manage property, environment and WHS risk.
Greencap can deliver appropriate risk management solutions to assist with the compliance and assessments through:
- Practical and informative programs
- Interactive and activity-based learning
- Industry relevance
- Understanding of legislative obligations
Education & Training Risk Management Services
Asbestos & Hazardous Materials
Contractor Safety Management
Fire Safety & Compliance
Health & Safety Management
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