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WHS PROCEDURE Document Control & Record Management    

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Purpose Definitions Roles and Responsibilities Procedure for Document Control & Record Management 1. Electronic Format 2. Document Creation 3. Document Review 4. Obsolete Documents 5. Document Format 6. Document Properties 7. Consultation & Communication 8. Document Approval Process 9. Document Control Register 10. Record Management References Further Assistance

Purpose The purpose of this procedure is to outline the process for Work Health and Safety (WHS) Document Control and Record Management at the University in accordance with WHS and other related legislative and university business system requirements. This procedure describes:  the methodology for ensuring that university safety management system documentation is current and suitable for use by schools, institutes, units, centres, administrative and support areas. This includes the process to be followed for: o document creation o document review o modification and update of documents (where necessary) that ensures the relevant competent personnel or parties are consulted and given a genuine opportunity to provide input prior to approval o identification of documents to ensure the most current versions are identifiable, legible and available at points of use o the prevention of unintended use of obsolete documents o document approval prior to issue o communication of approved new or modified documents to relevant personnel. 

the process for managing WHS and Injury Management (IM) records that form part of the safety management system and are generated as part of university business. WHS & IM records shall be maintained, archived and disposed of in accordance with legislative requirements, the State Records Act General Disposal Schedule No.15 and the university records management system.

Definitions WHS Documentation – is important for the success of the university safety management system allowing for consistency and uniformity in applying health and safety in the workplace. Typical documents include plans, policies, procedures, guidelines and forms that define the System. A controlled document or record – any document for which distribution and status are required to be kept current by the issuer to ensure that authorised holders or users have the most up to date version available.

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WHS PROCEDURE Document control – the process established in this procedure to define controls needed for the management of WHS&IM documentation. Records –‘information created, received, and maintained as evidence and information by an organization or person, in pursuance of legal obligations or in the transaction of business’ (AS ISO 15489.1-2002 Australian Standard Records Management Part 1: General). Records of WHS & IM activity are generated as part of university business and reflect what was communicated or decided or what action was taken. Records Management – ‘the efficient and systematic control of the creation, receipt, maintenance, use and disposal of records, including processes for capturing and maintaining evidence of and information about business activities and transactions in the form of records’ (AS ISO 15489.1-2002 Australian Standard Records Management Part 1: General). Retention Period – a specified period for which a record must be kept before it may be destroyed.

Roles and Responsibilities Manager Wellbeing & Employee Benefits is responsible for:    

The custodianship of the university safety management system controlled documentation The process of developing, approving and reviewing system documentation and ensuring the currency of such documentation is maintained and accessible on the Safety & Wellbeing website Establishing an effective system of communicating requirements outlined in this procedure to university personnel Ensuring effective systems are provided to assist the process of maintaining records.

Head of School, Director of a Unit, Research Institute or Centre and Division Directors are responsible for:  

Ensuring the requirements of this procedure are implemented at the local level and in accordance with managing records as part of implementing the Health and Safety Local Action Plan Allocating sufficient resources by appointing a person (custodian) within the workplace to establish and maintain controlled documentation for use at the local level and keeping records of health and safety-related business activities in accordance with this procedure.

Appointed Person (Custodian) is responsible for:   

Ensuring WHS system documents for local use are current and accessed from the Safety & Wellbeing website Ensuring WHS system documents created or modified for local use are controlled and maintained in accordance with this procedure Ensuring workplace records that are generated are managed so that they properly and adequately record evidence of the WHS & IM-related business activities of the work functions for the area of responsibility.

Employees are responsible for: 

Complying with this procedure and related advice in the use of system documentation and records generated as part of WHS & IM-related business activities in the workplace.

Procedure 1.

Electronic Format All documentation that is used or introduced to the Safety & Wellbeing website forms part of the university safety management system. This documentation is maintained in a controlled electronic format and only current versions of documentation are made available on the website. Where workplaces have established local websites/SharePoint teamsites, the Safety & Wellbeing website link shall be provided for local employees to ensure accessibility to current and reliable system documentation.

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WHS PROCEDURE 2.

Document Creation The requirement or need for new or additional documentation to be introduced to the safety management system may be initiated by the Senior Management Group (SMG), Manager Wellbeing & Employee Benefits or by recommendation of the University HS&IM Committee. The requirement or need may be based on, but not limited to:  legislation  WorkCover Code of Conduct and Performance Standards for Self Insurers  identified system failures reported or identified during incident investigations  internal/external evaluation findings  outcome of system reviews  suggestions from employees or consultative arrangements  changes to university business activities and/or structure  industry or organisational best practice initiatives.

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Document Review Any controlled system documentation requires regular review (at least every 3 years) to ensure currency with internal/external requirements and continuous improvement in the provision of an effective system to meet the business needs of the university. Requirements for review and update are based on, but not limited to, the criteria outlined in Section 2 above. The review process includes consideration of the following:  suitability and relevance to the workplace and the university  identified areas requiring improvement  effectiveness in achieving desired outcomes, in particular where non-conformance or corrective action is required  compliance with legislative requirements.

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Obsolete Documents Obsolete controlled documents are those which are no longer required, replaced or superseded as determined by the needs of the safety management system. Obsolete documents may be identified as part of the review process and shall be removed from the website and appropriately archived to prevent unintended use. Archived documents must be retained and accessible for system evaluation and legal purposes. Locally owned or developed health and safety documentation identified as obsolete shall be removed from points of issue by the workplace (appointed custodian), archived electronically (where possible) or in hard copy and retained for system evaluation purposes and legal requirements (where relevant).

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Document Format All WHS procedural documentation is created or modified using a standard format. Exceptions to the standard document format outlined in this procedure include:    

Policy documents that are required to observe the University Policy standard format Business related documentation in which health and safety content is integrated and another standard format is followed WHS forms and checklists that use an alternate standard format Any guidance material approved by the Manager Wellbeing & Employee Benefits and other information/communication i.e. newsletters, brochures, notes, posters, etc.

The following standard format is applicable to all WHS procedures:  Title  Purpose  Definitions  Roles and responsibilities  Procedural content  Performance measures (where applicable)  Documents/ Forms/Guidance Notes (where applicable)  References Document Control & Record Management Procedure, V2.2, June 2013

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WHS PROCEDURE 

Further Assistance (where applicable)

WHS forms, checklists and guidance are support tools designed to guide and assist users in effectively implementing procedural requirements. Forms and checklists display a standard form title and number. Guidance are clearly identified in the document title including a reference to the relevant WHS procedure. Workplaces are encouraged to customise forms and checklists to ensure relevance to their business whilst maintaining the standard format. System documentation listed in procedures under ‘Documents/Forms/Guidance Notes’ shall be hyperlinked for easy access. Other university business system documents referenced within the body of the document may be hyperlinked where relevant. Draft new or revised documentation shall be easily identifiable by use of a ‘DRAFT’ watermark along with identification of draft in the footer. 6.

Document Properties Each controlled document created for the safety management system is required to display the following document properties in the footer:  Document Identifier: the title of the document, the authorising area of the document ie. Safety & Wellbeing Team and the version (V) number. Note: The first version of an approved document is version 1. Early drafts are version 0. A change in whole numbers reflects significant change to a document (refer to criteria outlined in section 2 above). Minor changes made will maintain the current version number but also include one decimal place to reflect each minor change made to a version (including drafts). 

Release Date: the month and year of release of the document; Example: ‘Document Control & Record Management Procedure, Safety & Wellbeing Team, V1.3, February 2012.’



Page Number: the page and number of pages in the document;



Disclaimer: outlines that the Safety & Wellbeing website contains the latest document version and that hard copies are considered uncontrolled (not applicable to memorandums, agenda and minutes, newsletters etc). Example: ‘Hardcopies of this document are considered uncontrolled. Please refer to the Safety & Wellbeing website for the latest version.’

Locally developed WHS documentation or documentation modified from the system to suit local needs (ie. Forms) shall maintain the above requirements for document properties. Where a modification has been made to system documentation, the custodian of the document shall identify the following in the document footer:  the operational area concerned ie. name of school/unit/institute/centre  the document custodian ie. name of document creator  the words ‘modified locally’  month and year of modification. Example: ‘Document Control & Record Management Procedure, School of Engineering (jonesp), Version 1.1 modified locally, March 2012.’ 7.

Consultation and Communication Consultation on new or revised system documents is required prior to finalisation. The key method for consultation is through the established University HS&IM Committee. This process involves: o outlining the basis for the new or revised documentation and the input sought leading to the development or amendment of the draft for circulation o facilitating the exchange of information between the workplace and the Committee, with members providing local health and safety working groups, Health & Safety Representatives

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WHS PROCEDURE

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and other associated University committees/groups within the area they represent, a genuine opportunity to provide feedback on new or revised draft documentation (where applicable) obtaining other specialist expertise where relevant, on matters relating to a specific subject matter.

New or revised draft documents are communicated to relevant stakeholders and posted on the web page ‘Draft Documents for Comment’ inviting feedback. Draft documents will remain on this web page for a period of at least ten (10) working days. Feedback is to be communicated in accordance with the instruction outlined on the web page. Evidence of consultation shall be documented through meeting minutes, memorandums or emails and records maintained. Feedback shall be reviewed and incorporated into draft documents, where relevant, and a final draft prepared by senior consultants for approval. 8.

Document Approval Process New or revised final draft documents are approved by the Manager Wellbeing & Employee Benefits. The Manager and/or the University HS&IM Committee will determine the need for referring draft documents to the Senior Management Group where there is potential for significant impact to University business. Once approved, the final controlled document is released by publishing on the website and communicating requirements to relevant personnel to allow implementation. NOTE: Minor changes, including grammar or spelling or legislative references are not deemed as content change and are exempt from the approval process. Where documents are created locally, input shall be sought from the local working group, Divisional Senior Health and Safety Consultants or Coordinators (where applicable) or the Safety & Wellbeing Team. Final documents shall be approved by the relevant Head of School/Director of Unit/Institute/ Centre/Division Director or other senior authority for which the document and process relates, to ensure the requirements of this procedure are met.

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Document Control Register A master WHS & IM document control register shall be maintained by the Safety & Wellbeing Team for all system documentation created or modified. The Master Register will include the following:  Document Title  Version Number  Date Created  Date Reviewed  Reasons/Comments for creation/review  Document Custodian  Links to Consultation/feedback received Documentation developed or modified locally by schools, units, institutes and centres shall be recorded on a local document control register and regularly maintained (refer to Appendix 2).

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Record Management The purpose of record management is to ensure that business activity records of evidential quality are created, managed and disposed of in accordance with legal requirements. Records can include, but are not limited to, the following:      

Health and safety local action plans Internal evaluation reports Hazard and other registers Corrective actions registers Workplace inspections Risk assessments

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WHS PROCEDURE             

Training needs analysis and plans Incident / Hazard reports First Aid treatment Licensing and certification Registrations Health and Safety working group meeting agendas and minutes Training and induction checklists Performance management plans Emergency evacuation reports Maintenance, inspections and testing Health monitoring reports and testing Research Approvals/authorisations Claims management & Rehabilitation case records

Records may also include externally produced documentation such as external consultancy reports, statutory compliance notices or material safety data sheets used as part of a health and safety activity. Records generated may be in the form of hardcopy or electronic media. Records must be stored in an orderly manner, be easily identifiable to facilitate their efficient and effective retrieval/replacement by any authorised person for purposes such as:  analysis/investigation  internal/external evaluation  evidence of legal compliance  evaluation and review  training needs. The medium used for storing records needs to be useable, reliable and allow preservation for as long as required in accordance with legislative requirements and administrative efficiency. Some of these retention periods are lengthy or permanent. Archives are records relocated to long term storage for preservation beyond their immediate business function, including permanent records. The University Records Management Team can provide further assistance regarding the assessment and storage of long term records and the retrieval of archived material. The Master Record Index (Appendix 1) outlines the records (where relevant) that shall be retained both centrally and locally. Local areas may utilise the table to record the physical location of local records generated.

References Work Health and Safety Act 2012 (SA) Work Health and Safety Regulations 2012 (SA) AS/NZS 4801:2001 Occupational health and safety management systems – Specification with guidance for use AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems – Requirements AS ISO 15489.1-2002 Records Management - General th State Records of SA - General Disposal Schedule No.15, 8 Edition.

Further Assistance Further advice and/or assistance on document control and keeping WHS & IM records is available from the Safety & Wellbeing team, in the Central Human Resources Unit.

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WHS PROCEDURE APPENDIX 1: MASTER WHS & IM RECORDS INDEX

Record Location

Retention Period FMU / Other

Records Required

Head of School/ Director of Unit/Institute /Centre/ Division Manager

WHS & IM Documentation

Safety & Wellbeing

Responsibility

S&W unit Archive



A permanent record

Records relating to input by Schools, Units, Institutes, Centres, Divisions & Portfolios into HS&IM Policy

S&W unit



Destroy 2 years after last action

Safety & Wellbeing Strategic Plan

Master copies of approved Strategic Plans

S&W unit Archive



A permanent record

Injury Management Strategic Plan

Records relating to the development of Strategic Plans i.e.

S&W unit



Destroy 2 years after last action

Local Action Plan

Records of Local Action Plan as a working document

Local workplaces

WHS & IM Procedures & Regulatory Compliance

Records relating to the development, implementation and review of Procedures, Forms & Checklists i.e.

S&W unit



Destroy 5 years after last action

Letters/reports of breaches of WHS compliance requirements

S&W unit Archive



A permanent record

Internal evaluation of workplace, system & program reports

S&W unit



External compliance reports (WorkCover Evaluation reports)

Archive



HS&IM Policy

Records relating to Policy formulation and authorization by the VC for example:   

Internal Evaluation

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master copies of proposals adopted consultation papers final reports

input and comments on drafts monitoring reports on system performance 

Destroy at least 2 years from the expiry date of the plan

Consultation papers Input and comments on drafts Communication of final documents

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WHS PROCEDURE

Record Location

Retention Period FMU / Other

Records Required

Head of School/ Director of Unit/Institute /Centre/ Division Manager

WHS & IM Documentation

Safety & Wellbeing

Responsibility

WHS58 – Chemical Spill - Incident & Risk Assessment Response Checklist



Retain until 2040, retention subject to review at that date

WHS59 – Risk Assessment - Chemical Spill and Environmental Risk Worksheet



Retain until 2040, retention subject to review at that date

Communicable Disease

WHS2 - General Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment



At least 5 years

Confined Space

Training records in relation to confined space





At least 2 years from the date of training

WHS35 – Confined Space Risk Assessment Worksheet





At least 2 years after the work has been completed

WHS36– Confined Space Written Authority (Entry Permit)





WHS37 – Confined Space Entry Permit – High Risk





WHS38 – Hot Work Permit for Confined Spaces





WHS19 – Health and Safety Representative Nomination



Chemical Spill Management

WHS Consultation

WHS21 – Notice of Election Result



SafeWork SA – Health and Safety Representatives Notification of Election



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At least 1 year after the work has been completed At least 1 year after the work has been completed At least 1 year after the work has been completed

At least 3 years At least 3 years



At least 6 months

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WHS PROCEDURE

Record Location

Default Notice –declaration by the health and safety representative under the WHS Act 2012 (SA) University HS&IM Committee Minutes, agendas and reports

S&W unit Archive





At least 3 years





A permanent record



Until 2040, retention subject to review at that date





Destroy 3 years after election





Destroy 2 years after last action

Workplace Health and Safety Working group minutes and reports Nomination and election of committee members HS&IM Committee meeting administrative arrangements (inc. contact lists, venue bookings, equipment hire etc.)

Contractor Management

Electrical Equipment Inspection and Testing

S&W unit

Retention Period FMU / Other

Records Required

Head of School/ Director of Unit/Institute /Centre/ Division Manager

WHS & IM Documentation

Safety & Wellbeing

Responsibility

WHS27 – Contractor’s Permit to Work





At least 8 years

WHS28 – Contractor OHSW Induction Checklist





At least 5 years

WHS76 – Contractor OHSW Evaluation Checklist





At least 8 years

WHS77 – Contractor Site Observation Checklist





At least 8 years

WHS25 – Electrical Equipment Register (Including records of inspection and testing of electrical equipment)





At least 7 years



At least 7 years

WHS26 – Residual Current Devices Register

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WHS PROCEDURE

Record Location



Destroy 5 years after premises vacated or systems superseded

WHS45 – Workstation Assessment



At least 5 years

WHS39 – Fieldwork Health and Safety Acknowledgment



At least 2 years

WHS71 – Fieldwork health and safety information



At least 2 years



At least 5 years

Emergency Management

Records of Evacuation Warden training

Ergonomic for Screen-based Workstations Fieldwork Health and Safety

S&W unit



WHS72 – Fieldwork health and safety information notice

First Aid

Hazard Management

Retention Period FMU / Other

Records Required

Head of School/ Director of Unit/Institute /Centre/ Division Manager

WHS & IM Documentation

Safety & Wellbeing

Responsibility

WHS73 – Fieldwork Health and Safety Checklist & any subsequent risk assessments (WHS2)



Records of first aid treatment provided



First aid officer appointments



First aid training records



At least 5 years including any risk assessments

Destroy 7 years after last action Destroy 7 years after last action Destroy 7 years after action completed

WHS1 - Hazard Register



At least 40 years

WHS2 - General Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment



At least 5 years

WHS40 - Plant Register



At least 40 years

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WHS PROCEDURE

Hazardous Substances and Dangerous Goods Management

Incident/Hazard Reporting and Investigation

Record Location

Retention Period FMU / Other

Records Required

Head of School/ Director of Unit/Institute /Centre/ Division Manager

WHS & IM Documentation

Safety & Wellbeing

Responsibility

WHS41 - Plant Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment



For the currency of that assessment and for at least 5 years

WHS10 – Hazardous Substances Register



A permanent record

WHS12– Chemical Process Risk Identification and Assessment



At least 5 years and must be reviewed at intervals not exceeding 5 years

WHS12A – Initial Risk Assessment for Laboratory Procedures by Researchers using Substances



At least 40 years

WHS78 – Emergency Dangerous Goods Manifest



A permanent record

Hazardous substances instruction and training



At least 5 years

Monitoring and/or health surveillance assessment & results



At least 30 years

Online Hazard/Incident Report

S&W unit



Workplace copy at least 5 years, Central copy destroy 45 years after action completed

Reports of notifiable injury and dangerous occurrences to SafeWork SA. Statutory reports or other obligation to external agencies. (ie. Responsible Officer Report).

S&W unit



5 years from the date of notification.



Retain until 2040, retention subject to review at that date

Induction

WHS23 – Induction Checklist

Ionising Radiation

WHS54 - Radiation Worker Registration WHS55- Unsealed Radioactive Substances Register



At least 5 years









Retain until 2040, retention subject to review at that date

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WHS PROCEDURE

Licences, Registrations and Certificates of Competence

Record Location

WHS56 – Sealed Radioactive Substances Register





WHS57 – Radiation Safety Clearance Form





WHS62 – Departmental Radiation Safety Officer Report





WHS63 – Radiation Audit Checklist





WHS68 – Ionising Radiation Apparatus Register Form





WHS30 – Employee Licence and Certificate of Competency Register



WHS31 – Plant Registration Register



Retention Period FMU / Other

Records Required

Head of School/ Director of Unit/Institute /Centre/ Division Manager

WHS & IM Documentation

Safety & Wellbeing

Responsibility

At least 30 years 

A permanent record

WHS32 – Licensed Dangerous Substance Storage Register





At least 40 years

WHS33 – Premises Containing Unsealed Radioactive Sources Register





At least 40 years

WHS34 – Sealed Radioactive Sources Register





At least 40 years

Manual Handling

WHS46 – Manual Handling Risk Checklist



At least 5 years

Project Proposal Safety Authorisation

WHS70 - Project Proposal Safety Authorisation



At least 10 years

Purchasing

WHS79- Pre Purchasing Checklist, Design, Plant and Substances



For the currency of that assessment and for at least 5 years

Rehabilitation for

WHS42 – Authority to Exchange Information

S&W unit



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WHS PROCEDURE

Record Location

Injured Employees

Retention Period FMU / Other

Records Required

Head of School/ Director of Unit/Institute /Centre/ Division Manager

WHS & IM Documentation

Safety & Wellbeing

Responsibility

after the case has been closed whichever is the later WHS43 – Rehabilitation and Return to Work Plan

S&W unit



Until 75 years after the employee’s date of birth or at least seven years after the case has been closed whichever is the later

WHS49 – Workers’ Compensation Leave Notification

S&W unit



Until 75 years after the employee’s date of birth or at least seven years after the case has been closed whichever is the later

WHS67 - Rehabilitation Case Closure Report

S&W unit



Until 75 years after the employee’s date of birth or at least seven years after the case has been closed whichever is the later

Safety Signage

WHS48 – Safety Sign Requirements



At least 5 years

Standard operating procedure

WHS8 – Standard Operating Procedure, or Manufacturer’s Operator’s Manual



At least 5 years

Training Needs and Planning

WHS13 – Training Needs Analysis



At least 5 years

Training records relating to plant, substances or activity that is a risk to health or safety



5 years from the date of the last entry



At least 5 years and following discontinuance of course

Course material developed for training



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WHS PROCEDURE

Records of training & induction programs provided (including specific hazard awareness & WHS management training)

Record Location



Retention Period FMU / Other

Records Required

Head of School/ Director of Unit/Institute /Centre/ Division Manager

WHS & IM Documentation

Safety & Wellbeing

Responsibility



At least 30 years

Workplace Inspection

WHS16 - Workplace Inspection - General Environment



At least 5 years

WHS17 - Workplace Inspection - Laboratory Environment and Chemical Handling Areas



At least 5 years

Working Alone or in Isolation

Records of approval



At least 5 years

WHS2 - General Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment



at least 5 years

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WHS PROCEDURE Appendix 2: Local WHS Document Register EXAMPLE: School/Unit/Institute/Centre: ……………………………………………………………………………………….. Document Title

Version Number

Date Created/Modified

Reasons for Creation/Modification

Review Date

Name of Document Custodian/Creator

Fieldwork Health and Safety Checklist

1.0

Modified 1/1/2010

To reflect workplace environment

(To be determined as outlined in Section 3)

John Pilsner (Position held)

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