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Self-insurance OHS auditing

Any applicant for a self-insurance licence is required to undertake an Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) assessment. An OHS assessment is undertaken in two stages the first being a review of enforcement notices and successful prosecutions against the licence applicant or licence holder.

The second stage relates to an OHS assessment undertaken by an accredited self-insurance auditor. Before lodging an application for a self-insurance it is important that the OHS assessment be undertaken as a licence application cannot proceed to completion without a satisfactory OHS performance report.

Further information on self-insurance OHS auditing cab be found in the following documents:

Last updated
16 November 2016

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