Employers - are your employees' chairs compliant with the WHS Law?

 

Employers or businesses, or anyone who falls under the definition of a ‘person conducting a business or undertaking’ (a PCBU), has legal obligations under work health and safety laws. However, as an employer and/or a PCBU, you have the main responsibility for the health and safety of everyone in your workplace, including visitors. This is your primary duty of care. If you are self-employed, you have the primary duty of care for your own safety and the safety of others.

https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/legal-obligations/employer-business-obligations/primary-duty-ofcare

How We Can Help

We offer office chair audits which are a popular service used by larger organisations and are a valuable Workplace Health and Safety compliance tool.  Each chair is checked for any safety issues and/or repairs needed. A detailed report is provided and an obligation-free quote can be provided on request.  If any chair is deemed unrepairable or uneconomic to repair, this will also be noted in the report.