Safety

Safety is our highest priority.

MIGAS has highly trained and experienced Field Officers and dedicated Safety Professionals that talk about safety to our team and Host Employers on a daily basis.

At MIGAS, it is our job to ensure our apprentices, trainees, internal staff and labour hire workers:

  • Enjoy a safe and healthy workplace
  • Work in safe systems of supervised work
  • Only use plant, equipment and substances which are provided in a continually safe and operable condition
  • Have access to up to date and relevant safety information for apprentices and trainees
  • Receive a thorough Induction and Orientation program
  • Receive on-going support, including regular site visits by their Field Officer

MIGAS conduct thorough risk assessments on all worksites prior to placing employees on-site. MIGAS work closely with our Host Employers to explore practical solutions, and implement safety measures where required to ensure our employees are entering a safe work environment.

MIGAS encourages all its employees to report hazards, no matter how insignificant they seem, as we believe safety is everybody’s responsibility. Every MIGAS staff member, apprentice, trainee, labour hire employee and Host Company should contribute to ensuring a safer working environment.

Our aim is to ensure all employees go home to their families and loved ones at the end of their work day – happy and healthy!

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MIGAS is  committed to identifying hazards, risk assessing, auditing and implementing the best controls to ensure that Host Companies and MIGAS are working together to provide a safe and healthy workplace for all employees. MIGAS is certified to safety standard AS/NZS 4801.

 

 

For a copy of the MIGAS Work, Health and Safety Management System call your nearest office on 1300 4 MIGAS (1300 4 64427). 

MIGAS has launched an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to support our Australian Apprentices, Trainees, Labour Hire workers and internal staff.

Find out more about the EAP >

Queensland Government Young Workers Safety Information:

Young Worker Safety Toolkit

Injury Prevention & Managing Risks for Young Workers

The right start - shaping a culture of safety for young workers

 Open and print these great safety flyers for your workplace:

8 Rules of Safety

Harrassment and Bullying

Manual Handling

Notifiable Incidents

R.O.L.E. in the Workplace

You might find these Toolbox Talks useful also:

Toolbox Talks for your workplace

Other useful resources:

MIGAS T5 Hazard ID Form

 

MIGAS is  committed to identifying hazards, risk assessing, auditing and implementing the best controls to ensure that Host Companies and MIGAS are working together to provide a safe and healthy workplace for all employees. MIGAS is certified to safety standard AS/NZS 4801.