HUMAN RESOURCES MANUAL
We have a comprehensive range of Human Resource procedures to ensure that we meet all of our legal obligations and attract and maintain the best available staff. Our procedures include:
- Training & Induction
- Ongoing Employee Management
- Occupational Health, Safety And Rehabilitation
- Industrial Relations
- HR Database Management
The policy and procedures for employee recruitment and selection at Masters Empire Group are established to facilitate the company’s commitment to equal employment opportunity, hiring the best suited applicants for available positions, making the best use of their abilities and providing job satisfaction, and ensuring that appropriate communications, records and human resources controls are maintained.
For each position within the company a current job description is maintained outlining the minimum level of skills, qualifications and aptitudes that are necessary to meet the requirements of the position. For a new position, a detailed job description will be prepared prior to initiating the recruitment process. In the case of an existing position, the current job description shall be reviewed and amended where/if required accommodating the dynamic needs of the company.
Training & Induction
Masters Empire Group is committed to providing all employees the training that is necessary to enable them to perform their work effectively. This includes orientation of new employees, training for present employees and retraining for employees whose responsibilities or duties change through advancement or organizational restructuring.
Occupational Health And Safety Management
It is the responsibility of Masters Empire Group to provide a healthy and safe work environment for its employees and visitors at all times. Health and Safety information will be communicated to all employees.
Masters Empire Group has developed an OH&S Management System to manage Occupational Health and Safety in the workplace. The Masters Empire Group OH&S Management System has been developed to meet the standards of AS 4801:200 and the NSW Government Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems Guidelines (4th Edition) June 2004. A full copy of our system is available for clients for review.
The OH&S management functions are the responsibility of the Human Resources Manager through the OH&S Coordinator and all OH&S procedures will be implemented by the relevant Department Managers in accordance with company procedures. The following OHS&R procedures are implemented by the organisation;
- OH&S Policy
- OH&S Responsibilities
- OH&S Consultation
- Safe Work Method Statements & Risk Assessments
- OH&S Training
- Supply Of Goods And Services
- Maintenance, Repair Of Plant & Equipment
- Emergency Procedures
- First Aid And Rehabilitation
- Materials Transport & Disposal
- OH&S Information
- Health And Safety Inspections And Hazard Reporting
- Incident Reporting And Investigation
- Internal OH&S Audits
- Health & Safety Documentation And Reporting