OHS Tenders require principle contractors and sub contractros to submit their OHS Management System as part of a broader tender application.
To submit a succesful OHS Tender the following areas should be addressed:
- OHS Standards
- OHS Policy Manual
- OHS Safety Training & OHS Induction Processess
- List of Safety Procedures
- Copies of Safe Work Method Statements
- Risk Assessment Methods
- Contractor Management Processes ie, permit to work documentation
- Accident & Emergency Procedures
- Details of First Aid & Medical Registers
- Dangerous Goods and Hazardous Materials Registers
- Material Safety Data Sheet Registers
- Any else that supports your commitment to maintaining a Safe Work Place.
Companies requesting Tender submissions will have different requirements, and subtle differences in how they prefer to see information presented and what areas of risk they place the highest prioity on. The best way to address the individual requirements, is to liase where possible with the organisation that is requesting the submission, and even discuss their requirements with the Tender Manager, or OHS representative that will be reviewing the submissions. The more information you have up front, the better you can tailor your submission for maximum success.
For further information and assistance in relation to submitting a successful OHS Tender, see visit the OHS Tender Consultants.