Everyday Our eyes are one of our greatest assets. They give us the ability to see the world around us. If we do not protect our eyes from injuries while at work, we could easily lose that ability. It is important to eliminate or engineer out the hazards that could pose hazards to our eyes at work. Many hazards to our eyes on a worksite cannot be fully eliminated so proper eye protection is also critical.
Best Practices to Avoid Injuries to the Eyes:
Identify all the potential eye hazards in your work area and for your specific work tasks. Ensure there are proper safeguards in place to prevent an eye injury.
Eliminate or lessen the chance of getting something into your eye by avoiding being in the line of fire.
Always wear approved safety glasses, face shield, or goggles when needed. The type of PPE needed will depend on the work task.
Nowadays, hygiene is more than necessary in public places, where many people spend a great deal of time each day. Especially a child and young organisations; for example, schools, universities, and colleges. The most efficient way to achieve optimal hygiene is to use skilled school cleaning services.
AM Retail Services has considerable experience in cleaning learning facilities. Therefore, we can claim with confidence that our professional staff know exactly what our customers want, and how to meet our customers’ standards, making them extremely satisfied.
Our quarterly OHS meeting was held on the 11th of August 2020 using Microsoft Teams run by Louie with AM Retail managers and employee representatives. Attendees involved the following AM Retail Services management staff, Louie Karanikolos (admin manager), Con Karanikolos (Area Manager) and George Gasparinatos (Area manager) and employee representatives Donna Hughes, Karen Cooper, Sharyn Khalil, and Jim Angelos.
It was noted in the meeting that there were no lost time injuries, and the Toolbox talk for July 2020 – Eye Injuries and Prevention was discussed in detail. It was also noted that there were no environmental incidents and no fines from regulators for the last 3 months.
The meeting also involved thorough analysis of our OH&S manual sections where there were no changes made by management since July 2018 and there were no suggestions during this meeting for any changes.
It was noted that our health and safety legal register was last reviewed on 11th April 2019 by AM Retail Services management and it was concluded that our company followed every legislation on our legal register by the Admin manager, Louie Karanikolos.
EmployeeEmployees of the Months of the Month
It is our pleasure to acknowledge a great job done by our employees
in August and in the past three months. Our clients are very pleased with the services provided.
We also would like to thank Donna Hughes who has been with our company for 7 years.
Donna proved himself as a hard-working person keeping high standards of cleaning. Donna will receive a $50 Myer card voucher.