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New system upgrade - Work Safety Interactive ready for 2012 OHS Laws

Work Safety Interactive has upgraded its online OHS system software to be ready for the new national 2012 OHS laws.

Work Safety Interactive is built on Australian Standard 4801, with a list of resources and tools that make managing OHS easy for small-medium sized businesses across 20 industry types.

Some of the changes that the new 2012 national OHS laws bring are significant. The upgrade ensures that Work Safety Interactive will adjust the OHS activities of its members according to the new legislation and regulations.

The online Work Safety Interactive OHS system is the most affordable and comprehensive on the market.

It works by giving members access to the easy to use tools such as:

Workplace OHS risk assessments, workplace safety inspections, OHS policies and procedures manuals, OHS plans, contractor insurance registers, safe work method statements and more.

Members purchase a 12 month access to Work Safety Interactive, which includes all upgrades and business support.

Those members are then notified by a unique email reminder system plan that guides them through the tasks they need to perform and the records they need to make, using Work Safety Interactive.

"For the majority of businesses out there, we call it OHS in 15 minutes per week according to Chris Beasley, an Executive Director of Work Safety Interactive.

"Work Safety Interactive allows them to record and follow up actions that are required so nothing is left to chance. Our members really only need to login when the system reminds them to or if there is an incident," he added.

This allows businesses to spend more time ensuring the workplace is both profitable and safe.

"OHS Consultants cost thousands of dollars and that's great, as we are of the opinion that they are worth every penny. The issue is that Australian workplaces out there are small-medium sized businesses and simply don't have the budget to spend. Work Safety Interactive solves this issue," says Chris.