Australian Risk Services, throughout the past 20 years, has maintained its status as one of Australia’s leading risk consulting firms, and has conducted countless risk analysis across retail companies nation-wide and throughout the Asia Pacific region. This extensive experience has enabled consultants at the firm to acquire knowledge of typical latent conditions that contribute to incidents involving heights, confined space, manual handling, plant and equipment and dangerous goods. Accidents and incidents within the workplace can have serious ongoing consequences not only for the individual and families but also for the organisation as a whole; affecting both its reputation and operations. Australian Risk Services strive to ensure that all regulations and legislations are adhered to through conducting gap analysis and audits, so clients can have knowledge of existing risks and a solid plan to rectify and mitigate these risks going forward.
Our ICAM Lead Investigation Training and Technology process allows investigators to critically analyse and break down all relevant processes and root cause to prevent re-occurrence and the removal of other latent conditions that could potentially lead to risks and other unrelated accidents in the workplace if not addressed.
Australian Risk Services’ experience in working alongside Angus Robertson Book Stores & Borders Books, Bearing Services and Goodguys, gives an overview of our capabilities and confidence. The team at Australian Risk Services will support your organisation throughout the Incident Investigation by either directly leading Investigations with your staff, or through providing peer advice and other risk management services to ensure the safety for all.
We found that Australian Risk Services were well versed in the compliance of PIW and in particular PIW of a Dangerous Goods nature. Based on our dealings with Australian Risk Services, I have no hesitation in recommending their services.
As National WHS Manager, I was impressed with the knowledge of Paul Camilleri, towards all facets of WHS and his assistance in proactively correcting and recommending changes for the business and in health and safety.
Paul and his team have always presented themselves in a professional manner and consulted widely when conducting risk assessments and developing our management systems. I highly commend the work ARS have completed.
– Kyvally Dairy
Australian Risk Services has had a ten year working relationship with Cleanaway. Having completed Risk Assessments on Waste Collection and Landfill, as well as on our Material Recovery Facility. ARS has also undertaken training for our drivers and operators in Fatigue Management & Manual Handling. I have found Mr. Camilleri to be extremely dedicated to his work, very punctual and knowledgeable in the tasks he has been employed to complete on behalf of Cleanaway.
Paul Camilleri from Australian Risk Services team was engaged to conduct a comprehensive external Safety Compliance Audit for St John of God Health Care (SJGHC). The ARS team carried out a National Audit Tool (NAT) desktop audit and verification onsite walks across the GroupSafety Management System and 17 SJGHC major sites located in NSW, Victoria and WA. SJGHC found Paul and his team very professional in their auditing approach, dealing with a wide cross-section of clinical and non-clinical staff, in metro, regional and rural settings.
– St John of God Health Care
BMD Constructions partakes in many of Australia’s largest Road, Rail, Port and Land Development works for both Private & Government entities. BMD Constructions (Australia’s largest privately owned Civil Construction Company) in review of its needs in OH&S Surveillance, Auditing and Inspection, sought Paul Camilleri and his team to review of some of our most significant challenges. I have found Australian Risk Services to be extremely passionate and dedicated to their task at hand, very knowledgeable, and on the whole, open and frank in identifying both strengths and weaknesses. For this specific reason I would not hesitate recommending ARS.
– BMD Construction
We would like to acknowledge the excellent support and service provided by Australian Risk Services in the provision of independent Plant Hazard Assessments and Safe Operating Procedures (SOP) for 88 items of plant (textile processing machinery) surplus to CSIRO’s needs that were sold recently by public tender. The team at ARS physically assessed each piece of plant for hazards and conducted research to develop a SOP for each piece.
James Cook University (JCU) is reviewing its Workplace Health and Safety management procedures with a view of becoming a sector leader in establishing good WH&S practices. JCU decided to engage Australian Risk Services to conduct Safety Compliance Audits, due to their extensive project management experience in numerous industries and in depth knowledge of safety standards and legislation. The audits included both Townsville and Cairns campuses which have over 400 hundred buildings between them. Paul presented his findings to the board of the University and provided recommendations and corrective action plans. The University has found Paul to be very professional in his auditing approach in dealing with a wide cross section of senior and junior staff.
– James Cook University
Paul Camilleri from Australian Risk Services has been consulting to Chep Asia Pacific Container/Crate Division for the past 10 years. During this time he has conducted numerous Safety and Environmental Compliance audits on our operations which have been to the standard of ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems and AS 4801 Safety Management Systems. He has conducted environmental waste stream assessments and developed CHEP’s Environmental Aspects and Impacts risk register. Paul and the team at ARS have always presented themselves in a professional manner, and consulted widely when conducting risk assessments and developing management systems.