This page is for use by Contractors engaged to conduct work on Territory Generation sites.
We care about our people and want you to be safe in everything you do.
Territory Generation is committed to ensuring the health and safety of all employees, contractors and visitors entering and working on our sites.
Our focus is the promotion of safe behaviours and a positive safety culture in order to achieve a workplace free of accidents and injuries.
We will ensure that the operation, maintenance and development of our plant, equipment and sites; is always conducted with all possible measures taken to remove or reduce risks to our peoples’ health and safety.
The information provided in this web page, including documents listed are not a definitive guide to Territory Generation’s workplace health, safety and environmental (WHSE) management system or requirements. Contractors should be aware of the WHSE management requirements outlined in their contracts and are required to consult with their Territory Generation contact; before arriving on site and conducting any works for Territory Generation.
Workplace Health, Safety and Environment documents:
The documents listed below are key documents relating to Territory Generation’s health, safety and environmental management systems. They are available for Contractors to reference as part of their planning and preparation for work to be conducted on Territory Generation sites.
|1. WHS Policy & commitment||Territory Generation is committed to ensuring the health and safety of all employees, contractors and visitors entering and working on our sites. Please read the following documents to ensure you are familiar with these expectations.||Territory Generation WHS Policy Document|
|2. Safety Management System (SMS)||Territory Generation uses a business system dedicated to the provision of good safety practices that is collectively known as its Safety Management System. The following policy and procedure provides guidance on our Safety Management System:||WHS-01 Safety Management System Policy|
|3. Hazard identification and risk management||Health, safety and environment hazards and risks associated with our sites, assets and operations shall be managed. The following documents provide guidance on our hazard and risk management processes:||WHS-11 Job Safety Environmental Analysis (JSEA) Procedure|
|4. Incident management||All incidents, including near misses that occur on Territory Generation sites shall be reported. The following documents provides guidance on our incident management processes:||WHS-56 Incident Reporting and Investigation Procedure|
|5. Contractor safety management||The following document provides overarching guidance on Territory Generation’s Contractor safety management requirements:||WHS-46 Contractor Safety Management Procedure|
|6. Induction and site access||All persons entering Territory Generation sites shall be required to complete an appropriate level of induction. The following documents provide guidance on our induction and site access management requirements:||WHS-10 Minimum Dress Code and PPE Requirements Procedure|
|7. Site operational risk management||The following documents provide guidance on site specific operational risk management requirements:||WHS-04A Chemical Management Procedure|
|8. Access to Apparatus Rules (Permit to Work) Procedures||For more information on permit to work procedures please see your Territory Generation site contact person.|
|9. Fitness for work||The following documents provide guidance on Territory Generation’s fitness for work processes which shall be adhered to at all times by all persons entering and working on our sites:||WHS-50 Fitness for Work Procedure|
|10. Emergency Preparedness||All Territory Generation sites have a specific site Emergency plans. Please see your Territory Generation site contact person if you require access to these documents.|
|11. Environmental Management||The following document provides guidance on Territory Generation’s environmental management proccesses:||ENV-01 Hydrocarbon Spill Response Procedure|
|12. Alcohol and Other Drugs||The purpose of this procedure is to promote and maintain a safe and healthy workplace where all workers are fit for work.||WHS 65 Alcohol and Other Drugs Procedure|
|For more information on Workplace Health and Safety Management please speak to your Territory Generation Site Contact Person or contact: Luke Jones, Manager Safety via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on Environmental Management please speak to your Territory Generation Site Contact Person or contact: Jeannie McInnes, Quality and Environment Coordinator by email: email@example.com