Health and Safety
At O’Sullivan Conservation, we care about the safety of our team, our customers, and the community. We ensure safety is first in everything we do, and we strive to continually improve the way we manage risk. To this end we hold zero harm as a key value in our business activities and firmly believe that any injury is unacceptable and preventable.
Our management of health, safety and the environment is underpinned by key policies, including health and safety, environmental, quality control, drugs and alcohol and rehabilitation.
O’Sullivan Conservation fosters and supports a culture of incident reporting to support lead and lag indicators and implement proactive activities to prevent incidents from occurring.
As an employer, it is our responsibility to create conditions in wich the causes of human errors can be identified, managed and controlled to minimise their frequency and impact..
Our health and safety record reflects our dedication to safety, with no medically treated, lost time or fatality incidents recorded since the business was founded.To achieve our safety targets, we:
- Ensure compliance with statutory legislative requirements
- Set clear leadership expectations, while continually developing and empowering our team to act with integrity and to take an active role in ensuring the safety of themselves and others
- Provide employees with regular training, instruction, information, and supervision to protect their safety
- Provide conditions to protect the welfare of all employees, sub-contractors, clients and members of the public
- Offer a consultative environment to employees and sub-contractors for all safety-related issues
- Guarantee an ongoing commitment to continuous improvement
- Provide safe plant, equipment and systems of work through risk and hazard management
- Provide written procedures and instructions to maintain safe work environments and practices
“We appreciate how accommodating the company is, the variety of objects for which they can provide treatment, coming up with creative ideas for treatment, knowledge of “significance”, wide range of skills, good communication with the client and always solution focused.”
Janet, Congregational Archives of the Sisters of Charity of Australia