DMC Announces Risk Assessments for Environmental and Workplace Safety

DMC Announces Risk Assessments for Environmental and Workplace Safety

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Davis Moorelock Consulting to Help Assess Area Company’s Compliance in the Areas of Workplace and Environmental Safety.

Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia – August 22, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Were it not for Australian business concerns being willing to take on complicated, complex and risk-filled endeavors, it is unlikely whether much of Australia would ever have seen the level of development currently present in each territory. Every manager in charge of a Northern Territory business has a vested interest in staying abreast of the government’s occupational health and safety standards, and in ensuring their business is compliant with all requirements. Few things are as important as keeping Australian citizens safe, their workplaces free of danger and also, conducive to employee health and well-being. For this reason, Darwin based Davis Moorelock Consulting now provides risk assessments for area business environmental and workplace safety.

Almost before any other consideration within a given business’s structured priorities is that of employee safety. According to Davis Moorelock Consulting spokesperson, Sarah-Lee Davis, “Davis Moorelock Consulting works with companies to help them not only comply with government standards, but also to provide the safest possible workplace environment for their employees. By being proactive about risk assessment and by taking steps to implement safety strategies at every organisational level, we help companies become compliant, which in turn pads their profit margins, ensures fewer lawsuits and workmans compensation payments, and prevents lost employee hours due to accident related absences.” DMC provides strategic direction, experience as well as vision, and imparts and implements a systematic construct of safety measures that encompass every level of an organisation’s structure. Because government regulations are frequently updated and are industry specific, there are many companies that choose to consult an experienced and qualified workplace and industry safety protocol providers such as Davis Moorelock Consulting.

Every business needs to implement safety management plans Darwin, not only for the sake of its employees, but also to protect its own liability. DMC is proud to be able to meet the needs of the Northern Territory company’s’ businesses for safety systems development. In addition, they’re additionally able to help businesses access and manage potential risks. Therefore, whether your business has an existing safety system that has fallen out of date, or whether you’re initiating one from the ground up, Davis Moorelock Consulting (www.davismoorelockconsulting.com.au), has the qualified personnel and in-depth knowledge needed to bring your company’s safety compliance up to par. DMC provides risk assessments for companies in regard to not only employee safety risk, but also, environmental risk.

About Davis Moorelock Consulting:

Davis Moorelock Consulting is a Darwin, Australia based consulting form that works with companies across a range of industries to improve overall client safety compliance and efficiency as well as to enable them to better manage workplace safety and to minimize risk. As one of Australia’s most respected workplace safety firms, it is DMC’s mission to help provide safer workplaces with less potential for worker injury or harm in industries as diverse as construction, manufacturing, gas and oil, aviation, etc., and they promise safety protocols that are seamlessly integrated into each business’s functioning framework.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.davismoorelockconsulting.com.au

Contact Info:
Name: Sarah-Lee Davis
Email: sarah.davis@davismoorelockconsulting.com.au
Phone: 0437 317 494
Organization: Davis Moorelock Consulting

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/dmc-announces-risk-assessments-for-environmental-and-workplace-safety/60359

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