Work Health & Safety

Our Commitment to Safety

GTA(SA) and its members are commited to the health and safety of all employees as well as visitors and contractors.

Our Work Health and Safety (WHS) arrangements align with the Work Health and Safety Act 2012 and the Work Health and Safety Regulations 2012 and are supported by various Codes of Practice.

GTA(SA) continues to work with its members and partners to develop up-to-date WHS resources in line with current legisation and in order to promote health and safety awareness and encourage safe working practices and attitudes.

SMARTKit

The Safety Management and Resource Tool Kit (SMARTKit) is an online resource that provides employers with the tools to manage workplace health and safety effectively and efficiently.

By working through a series of questions in the toolkit, employers are able to identify the risk exposures in the workplace and download all of the relevant procedures and forms to meet them.

Visit SMARTKit

Apprentice Induction Tool

The Apprentice Induction Program is aimed at new apprentices and trainees to enhance their knowledge and understanding of relevant WHS issues within their trade or vocation. The product can also be used in refresher training. The Program covers basic WHS responsibilities, policy and procedures followed by industry specific WHS issues.

Visit the APPRENTICE INDUCTION TOOL

Funding received from Employers Mutual Limited Members Benefits Program. Developed by GTA(SA) members, the Program Management Group (PMG) and produced by Jon Burke Creative Digital Video.

Healthy Workers Healthy Futures

The Healthy Workers Healthy Futures program is a free consultancy and support service available to member Group Training Organisations and their Host Businesses. The program works with workplaces to develop a healthy workforce, which in turn creates healthy business.

The Healthy Workers Adviser will work with your business from getting started, to identifying needs and gaps, providing advice on activities and health and wellbeing policies and reviewing success. Small change can make a big difference!

Visit the Healthy Workers page

Healthy Workers Healthy Futures is funded by SA Health. 

WHS Links