WHS regulations and codes of practice are set out to the standards businesses need to meet for specific hazards and risks, such as noise, machinery operation , chemical safety, and manual handling operations.
As a business committed to the safety of our team, we monitor the health of workers and conditions at the workplace with the view to the prevention of illness and injury. We identify and assess the risks to health and safety in the workplace and make the necessary relevant decisions about the implementation of ways to eliminate or minimise risks.
Nathans comply with WHS standards and continually conduct hazard identification. This is controlled by monthly internal & external audits. Regular extensive WHS training is a continuing practice for ALL staff. We strive to achieve and exceed expectations and legislative requirements.
Having a WHS management system in place, and utilising the online WHS Management program called Sky Trust we ensure compliance and WHS policy’s are in place are documented and all procedure manuals are kept up to date.
Defined roles and responsibilities are identified.
Work is only performed by qualified & licenced tradespeople operating to the Heavy Vehicle Body Repair Industry Standards.
Incident reporting investigations are consistently in operation and with ongoing training as a requirement the result is most satisfactory.
Internal and external audits are regularly performed by quality control staff and external audit by iso accredited certifiers
At Nathans we continue to strive to ensure compliance in all areas of safety management, monitoring of WHS Systems and processes and keep up to date in what is relevant to our industry.
By the utilisation of the online organisational management system, Sky Trust Intelligence System, we
manage the above quality and compliance side of the business. This drives performance and provides dashboard based situational awareness.