The Facility Manager’s guide to workplace health and safety when working with paint and building maintenance contractors
Keeping buildings under your charge well-maintained is key for any facilities manager.
This often means working regularly with an outsourced professional for painting and maintenance work. But when working with others on your site, you need to consider Australia’s strict Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) regulations.
Whether you’re already working with a painting and maintenance contractor or want to evaluate your choice of provider, this guide takes you through:
- Your WHS obligations and the essentials you need to know as a commercial property facilities manager
- Important information to provide your contractors on your WHS policies and expectations
- Red flags to help you spot the corner-cutters, the penalties you could face, and what steps to take to resolve an incident or escalate the situation
- A BONUS FREE Checklist to ensure your painting and building maintenance contractor is WHS compliant
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