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Occupational Health & Safety

InclusivED endorses and adheres to the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2017 (OHS Regulations 2017). Between 2004 and 2008, nearly 2000 disability services workers were seriously injured at work in Victoria. These injuries are preventable. The six most common hazardous tasks that cause injury in the Disability services sector are:

Occupational Health & Safety
  • Moving and supporting people with a disability
  • Supporting people with personal hygiene care
  • Assisting people in wheelchairs
  • Handling wheelchairs in and out of vehicles
  • Occupational violence
  • Moving and lifting objects

InclusivED aims to eliminate all hazards and risks associated with the above mentioned tasks. InclusivED attends regular annual training in the following areas:

InclusivED has an obligation to inform participants or their representatives when a hazard or risk presents in the home or out of the home. InclusivED will withdraw its role in working with the participant if the risk is not eliminated. Home Safety checks include smoke alarms, safe batteries for electric wheelchairs, charging voice output devices in electrical sockets that are secure and equipment that is regularly checked and maintained.

InclusivED will continually consult with health and safety representatives about ways to control risks associated with hazardous or risky tasks. Compliance with OHS laws is a continuous process. InclusivED aims to maintain a healthy and safe work environment.

Updated 1st May 2021

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