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Now there’s a simple way to keep accurate company records

09-02-2010
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Employers and employees in industry sectors across Australia are now required to keep accurate records in compliance with OH&S requirements.

OH&S Industry Logbooks, a family owned and operated Australian company, specialises in the publication and distribution of logbooks for a wide range of applications.

Their team members can assist employers to meet their obligations with regard to logbook compliancy.

Industry Logbooks was launched more than eight years ago with just three publications.

The company now has an extensive range of more than 80 logbooks, with new concept books added regularly. 

All books are designed and printed in Australia and are supplied with either a plastic protective wallet or cover. This includes two lockout tags, ties and velcro strips which can be conveniently placed on or near plant or machinery. Sturdy waterproof wallets are optional.

The company can also provide personalized covers and will launch a new

range of lockout tags later this year.

If you can’t find a logbook that meets your specifications, the company can create a custom compliancy logbook for your specific industry and requirements.

“Conception and design of our books uses the input from training providers,
tradespeople, farmers, machinery sales personnel, workplace OH&S co-ordinators, workshop technicans and industry professionals, says company director Calvin Wilkie. 

“This cross section of input allows us to field test our books before production, with some books taking upwards of 30 hours R&D.

“The unique simplicity of our logbooks gives instant vital communication between
operators and management, allowing for a good relationship across the board,
resulting in safer outcomes of people and machinery in the workplace.”

OH&S Industry Logbooks has distributors in major states as well as an online sales service.

All orders received and paid for by 4pm (Eastern Daylight Time), are dispatched the same day by Express Post.

All books are currently in stock and available for immediate delivery, unless an update is in progress.

OH&S Industry Logbooks will have a sample of its huge product range on display at major Australian safety shows this year.

Network Press
Ph: 03 9587 2695
www.logbooks.com.au

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