Broadbeach Alliance Limited (BAL) commits to ensuring, so far as is reasonably practicable, that the health and safety of persons is not put at risk from work carried out as part of the conduct of BAL’s business or undertakings. This policy is the company’s commitment to strive to uphold the requirements set out in the Work Health and Safety Act and Regulation 2011 which guide the standard of health and safety at BAL. The BAL work health and safety policy has been developed with commitment to:

  1. Developing and administering a risk management process and ensuring its consistency with the nature of the business’s and workplace’s activities and scale of health and safety risks;
  2. Compliance with relevant health and safety legislation and other requirements placed upon the organisation or to which the organisation subscribes;
  3. Establish measurable objectives and targets for health and safety to ensure continuous improvement aimed at elimination of work-related illness and injury;
  4. The provision of appropriate health and safety training to all workers;
  5. The consultation process to ensure all workers are included in the decision making where there is an impact on work health and safety;
  6. The dissemination of health and safety information to all workers, contractors, suppliers and visitors to the workplace and designated event sites;
  7. Effective implementation of the work health and safety policy; and,
  8. Reviewing this policy every 12 months to ensure its relevance and effectiveness.

Responsibilities of Contractors and Visitors

Contractors and Visitors are responsible for taking reasonable care whilst in the workplace or on event sites and cooperate with actions taken to protect the health and safety of themselves and others.

Contractors and Visitors should sign in upon arrival and note the BAL staff member they are visiting on site.  All hazards, incidents and injuries, must be reported to a BAL staff member as soon as possible.  In the event of an emergency follow the emergency evacuation procedures.

Contractors are required to comply with all applicable legislation and company WHS policies and procedures

Contractors are required to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, that the part of the workplace for which they are responsible, the means of entering and exiting the workplace and anything arising from the workplace are without risks to the health and safety of any person.