Work Health & Safety Policy


Guided by our Work Health and Safety Policy (WHS), EnterpriseCreativeCloud (ECC) is committed to the health and safety of our employees and others affected by the work of ECC, so far as is reasonably practicable.

ECC expects employees to observe applicable safety guidelines and legal policy, and to follow the instructions of official safety supervisors.

Work-related incidents and accidents, together with any concerns about workplace health and safety, must always be reported to an immediate supervisor, the Human Resources department, and the person in charge of on-site health and safety.

WHS Objectives

Our objectives set the framework for our leadership, in promoting Zero Harm.

ECC is committed to providing a supportive environment for employees injured at work as well as to provide effective treatment and management of the return to work process. In meeting these requirements, ECC will:

  • Comply with all relevant legislative requirements including the Work Health & Safety (WHS) Act 2011 and Regulations 2011 and the Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998.
  • Regularly consult with employees and others as necessary, to ensure so far as is reasonably possible, that risks to health and safety are eliminated or minimised.
  • Develop, implement and regularly review a range of strategies and policies and processes to support and continuously improve the health, safety and wellbeing of employees and others affected by the work of ECC and the return to work of ill or injured employees, including maintain a formal Workplace Injury Management and Return to Work Policy’s and a WHS Improvement Plan.
  • Ensure WHS responsibilities of the Leadership team, managers and employees and members of the Health and Safety Committee are clearly documented, regularly communicated and reviewed.
  • Provide appropriate information, training and instruction to employees and relevant others to ensure all parties are aware of their rights and responsibilities and comply with their responsibilities.
  • Allocated appropriate human, financial and other resources as required to meet ECC’s WHS responsibilities.
  • Facilitate a risk management approach to WHS and incorporate WHS into planning processes.
  • Frequently measure, analyse and report on and see to continuously improve WHS performance.
  • Communicate this policy to all parties with WHS responsibility.

We expect that all employees will strive for WHS excellence, and to this end, all our people must involve their teammates, customers, subcontractors, suppliers and partners as appropriate, in meeting the Zero Harm goal.