The Clean Energy Regulator continually seeks more efficient and effective ways of delivering on its purpose and meeting its objectives.
The Clean Energy Regulator recognises the importance of its legislative obligations under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 to prevent work-related injury and illness. Workplace health and safety hazards can be physical or psychological and they can derive from both office-based and off-site work environments. The agency's commitment to workplace health and safety is articulated through related policy and supporting documents.
As part of the Clean Energy Regulator's commitment to providing a safe working environment, the agency delivered the following initiatives in 2014–15:
delivering 62 workstation assessments to staff consisting of 37 basic assessments, 16 injury prevention assessments, five comprehensive assessments, one sit-to-stand assessment and three home-based assessments
These initiatives led to the following outcomes in 2014–15:
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