Risk Management

Employers have a primary duty of care to ensure so far as reasonably practicable that workers are not exposed to a risk that may impact on their health, safety or well-being. This means employers are responsible for identifying potential hazards, determining the likelihood of the hazard causing harm and determining the potential extent of injuries that may occur from not dealing with identified hazards. Potential fines for failing to exercise duty of care are extensive, and can include imprisonment.

A pro-active risk management program will include:

  • Performance of risk assessments for high risk work
  • Training in risk management methodology and controls
  • Pre-purchase risk assessments for new plant and equipment
  • Integration of risk management methodology into procedural training documentation
  • Preparation of Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) for workers engaged in high risk work, e.g., working at heights, confined space, working in the construction industry

IPAC consultants have the skills and experience to identify the obvious and the not so obvious hazards in the workplace and to ensure controls are put into place to protect the worker from injury and the business from potentially expensive litigation. We will work with both internal and external workers and organisations, including contractors engaged to perform work on the company’s behalf. Let IPAC take the worry out of risk management.


Our commitment to you is in our name. Our high quality services have resulted in many high-profile, long-term and repeat clients — see what our satisfied customers have to say.

With over 50 years of combined experience, we will provide the systematic and practical approaches to reach positive solutions and long term results.

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