WHS Induction Checklist

Use this WHS Induction Checklist as a template form for employee inductions, to ensure compliance with Australia's WHS (Work Health & Safety) regulations.

WHS Induction Checklist



WHS Induction

1. What Is the name of the person inducted?


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2. What is the induction date?


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3. What Is the person's position or job title?


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4. What Is the name of the manager or supervisor?


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5. What is the department, section, or site where they work recorded?


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Business

1. Is the structure of the business explained?


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2. Is the type of work explained?


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Key People

1. Is the Manager/Owner introduced and their role explained?


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2. Are the Supervisor(s) introduced and their respective roles explained?


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3. Are the co-workers introduced and their roles within the organization clarified?


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4. Are the Health and Safety Representative(s) introduced, and their responsibilities outlined?


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5. Are the Fire/Emergency Warden(s) introduced, and their duties during emergencies explained?


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Employment Conditions

1. Is the name of the award or agreement (if relevant) and its conditions clearly explained?


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2. Are job descriptions and responsibilities clearly outlined?


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3. Are leave entitlements clearly stated and understood?


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4. Is the process for notifying sick leave or absences clearly explained?


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5. Are procedures for out-of-hours inquiries and emergencies clearly communicated?


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6. Are time recording procedures clearly outlined?


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7. Are work times and meal breaks clearly defined and understood?


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Work Health And Safety Administration

1. Are consultative and communication processes, including employee health and safety representatives, clearly outlined and understood?


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2. Is the process for hazard reporting clearly explained, including where to find hazard reporting forms?


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3. Are incident/accident reporting procedures clearly outlined, including where to find reporting forms?


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4. Are the hazards of work identified and communicated to employees?


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5. Are policies and procedures regarding health and safety communicated?


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6. Are roles and responsibilities regarding health and safety defined?


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7. Is information about the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provided to employees?


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8. Is the process for workers' compensation claims explained?


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9. Are safe work procedures (SWPs) documented and readily accessible?


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10. Is an emergency plan in place, including procedures, exit routes, and fire extinguishers?


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11. Are first aid facilities available, including a first aid kit and designated room?


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12. Is information regarding workplace hazards and controls readily accessible?


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