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Action plan

Once you've completed the Compliance at a glance: how do you rate? checklist(PDF, 149.22 KB) you should develop a plan to address identified health and safety issues.

The information you should include is the:

  1. issue
  2. action required
  3. people involved, and
  4. planned completion date.

You can use this action plan template (PDF, 947.65 KB) to take action in your workplace.

Tips

  • Prioritise your actions: work on the most important issues first. Keep in mind that any ticks in the red zone of the checklist indicate that you have some work to do to become compliant.
  • Make actions specific and concrete. For example, write "include WHS as a standing item in every weekly team meeting" rather than "improve consultation".
  • If your list is getting too long, try breaking it down into smaller sections and work on it over time. For example, complete five actions per week.
Last updated
23 August 2019

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