Property Risk & Compliance
Facility owners, managers and employers are confronted with an ever-broadening range of obligations relating to design, management and operation of property.
Greencap assists clients in effectively identifying, assessing and managing property related risks in areas such as portfolio risk, compliance, legionella risk, working at heights, contractor management, cooling towers, confined spaces, chemical management, traffic management and public liability.
Greencap conduct property risk assessments and establish effective management programs in order to mitigate the risk of exposure for workers and visitors to the property. These services identify hazards across your site including potential public liability issues, as well as providing an overview of compliance with relevant legislation, codes of practice, and Australian and New Zealand Standards. Greencap has a team of dedicated experts who are able to advise on specific engineering issues such as Fire Safety and Engineering and Legionella Risk.
For over three decades, Greencap has worked with property owners, managers, employers and tenants to mitigate risk across their portfolios. Developing long term partnerships with clients allows Greencap to add value across the portfolio and assist owners and managers with meeting their compliance obligations under the legislation.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a property risk assessment?
A Property Risk Assessment is an independent property assessment aimed at gauging the level of risk of key work health and safety criteria and is based on each jurisdictions applicable WHS/OHS legislation, Codes of Practice and Australian Standards. A property risk assessment is comprised of a documentation review and a physical site walkthrough to identify hazards/risks at a property.
Who should complete a property risk assessment?
A Property Risk Assessment should be completed by any person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU), be that a property owner, property manager or a tenant.
What areas are included in a property risk assessment?
The risk areas that are included in the property risk assessment include:
- Confined Spaces
- Hazardous Materials (inc. asbestos)
- Radio Frequency Radiation
- Water Systems (cooling towers)
- Fall Prevention (work at heights)
- Plant Safety
- Fire Safety and Emergency Management
- Indoor Environment
- Public Liability
- Contractor Management
- Hazardous Chemicals
- Traffic Management
- Waste Management
- Swimming Pools.
Additional criteria/risk areas can be added based on the specific requirements of the organisation.
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