Work Health And Safety
Royal Wolf is committed to managing all operations of our business associated with the sales, hire and modification of containers by implementing effective controls to protect the health, safety and welfare of all workers, visitors and members of the community by eliminating or minimising risks to health and safety as far as reasonably practicable.
Our objective is to create and maintain a positive safety culture across all areas of the business where all workers believe that all injuries are preventable by active participation, consultation and cooperation of all persons in promoting and developing measures to improve health, safety and welfare at work.
In order to achieve our objective we will focus on:
- Compliance with safety and workers compensation legislation, and relevant standards or codes of practice within Australia and New Zealand as applicable.
- Ensuring all persons takes reasonable care for their own health and safety and their acts or omissions do not adversely affect the health and safety of others.
- Pro-actively managing risks through the identification of hazards, risk assessment and elimination or control of those hazards.
- Effective consultation between all workers and suppliers of goods and services.
We will meet our Objectives by:
- Developing, implementing, maintaining and monitoring safe systems that deliver a safe working environment inclusive of standards, policies and procedures to ensure their integrity and effectiveness to facilitate continuous improvement.
- Communicating health and safety systems with all workers, company suppliers of goods and services, and relevant stakeholders.
- The provision and maintenance of premises, equipment, plant and substances as necessary to ensure all workers can safely and competently carry out their work.
- Ongoing monitoring evaluation and establishment of measurable OHS objectives and targets of OHS performance.
- An active response and investigation of all incidents, ensuring injured employees are returned to pre-injury or suitable alternate duties at the earliest possible opportunity.
Burt Munro container bridge keeps spectators safe and on track
A container bridge spanning the street race track at the Burt Munro Challenge in Invercargill was designed to ensure the safety of spectators and give them a prime vantage point. The four-day event is the largest motorcycle rally in the southern hemisphere and saw more than 3000 people turn out making it a record attendance. […]
A celebration of live art and culture inside shipping containers
An array of art projects – ranging from an augmented reality experience using traditional Maori artefacts through to live music performances and installations – are being brought to life inside shipping containers for The Performance Arcade in Wellington. The annual event showcases cutting-edge new art practices and innovative live performance inside a distinctive double storey […]
Salvation Army Overflow of Goods Kept Well Contained
A Royal Wolf shipping container is being used as extra storage at The Salvation Army in Otahuhu to help cope with the centre’s lack of space. The centre has been using several spare rooms on its premises to store a range of items, including food for people in need, along with toys, furniture and bric-a-brac […]
Meat Display Cabinet – Shipping Container Modification
Brisbane Ekka 2016, have hired several 10’ and 20’ Kiosk containers to be used as ticket offices at this year’s event. In addition the event organisers approached Royal Wolf to build a new Meat Display Cabinet. Our Australian Royal Wolf team of engineering and modification experts customised a 20ft […]