1800 767 266
150 Sydney Road Coburg VIC 3058 (Head Office)
Level 50, 120 Collins Street Melbourne VIC 3000
Level 13, 2 Park Street Sydney NSW 2000
Specialist Safety reporting should not be taken lightly. Statistics show that all forms of accidents are preventable if the correct measures and duty of care are displayed.
Roscon takes the complexity out of your responsibilities by distinguishing any foreseeable hazards arising at your property which may cause harm or damage. Our pragmatic assessment offers practical solutions that will achieve optimal outcomes for the Owners Corporation. We perform a thorough site inspection and assessment of your common property, which is then compiled into an easy to read report along with photographic evidence, related commentary and recommendations for each item noted. The report can be utilised by the Owners Corporation to determine areas that require immediate rectification and any other areas that require continued maintenance or monitoring to limit potential safety hazards within the common area.
Meeting your safety obligations can be made easier with good quality and professional help. The team at Roscon are available to assist you with any and every safety concern and look forward to assisting and improving your property’s safety.
Our specialist reporting considers:
Please take the time to watch this three minute video on Roscon's OH&S Reporting.
To ensure the common property is a safe environment for workers (including those conducting maintenance/repair), tenants, owners and visiting members of the public. Some of these obligations relate to the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 and some to your duty of care under civil law. All are responsibilities of the Owners Corporation and its various stakeholders.
Yes, the duties contained within the Act apply to ‘persons conducting a business or undertaking’, and Section 5 of the Act specifies this to include an Owners Corporation, the occupiers of a lot, a Strata Manager and any person that may engage a contractor or worker on the common property.
The Work Health and Safety Act 2011 has dramatically affected the manner in which an owner must consider their duties under the law. A recent Code of Practice entitled “How to Manage Work Health and Safety Risks” highlights the need for a regular safety audit of the common property on your buildings. With a maximum fine of $3,000,000 for Owners Corporations and $600,000 for individuals (with the possibility of 5 years jail), the small cost of a safety audit makes sense.
Below are some Occupational Health & Safety Assessments samples:
For further information download our OH&S Reporting Brochure or call 1800 767 266.