Welcome to the TANDI resource page
Below is list of categories of forms and resources that will assist your business.
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Fair Work Commission – https://www.fwc.gov.au/
The Fair Work Commission is Australia’s National Workplace Relations Tribunal
It is an independent body with power to carry out a range of functions including:
- Providing a safety net of minimum conditions, including minimum wages in awards.
- Facilitating good faith bargaining and making enterprise agreements
- Resolving a range of workplace disputes
- Regulation of industrial action
Fair Work Ombudsman – https://www.fairwork.gov.au/
The Fair Work Ombudsman is an independent statutory office with the main role to:
- Promote harmonious, productive and cooperative workplace relations
- Ensure compliance with Australian workplace laws
They offering free information and advice about workplace rights and obligations and should be your first port of call to find out things like the following:
Wages and penalty rates for employees – Use the FWA Pay Calculator to work out pay rates, penalties and allowances for your employees
Employee Entitlements – Find out information and rules on worker’s entitlements such as hours of work, how often they have to have a break etc.
National Employment Standards (NES) – read up on the 10 minimum employment entitlements that have to be provided to all employees in Australia.
Pay slips & record-keeping – Find out about your legal record-keeping and pay slip obligations here
FWA templates & guides – Great resources that can help you in the workplace including:
- Record Keeping
- Rosters / Timesheet Templates
- Managing Performance
Useful links pertaining to Safety matters
TANDI strive to keep you informed of any major changes to legislation. However, you should frequently check with your State or Territory’s designated Safety Authority to ensure ongoing compliance of your specific workplace activity.
You should also contact your State or Territory Safety Authority for information and advice on:
- Complying with Work Health and Safety laws.
- Reporting a workplace incident.
- Renewing or applying for licences.
- Workers’ compensation claims.
- Registering plant and plant designs.
Here are the links:
Safe Work Australia the nation’s peak government agency for workplace safety and works to coordinate and develop national policy and strategies as well as assist with the implementation of model work health and safety legislation in Australia.
Code of Practice is a practical guide to achieve the standards of health and safety required under the model Work Health and Safety (WHS) Act and model WHS Regulations. Codes of Practice provide duty holders with guidance on effective ways to manage work health and safety risks.
Everyone has a role to play to ensure that health and safety is a priority in the workplace – Information is available for each of the duty holders here:
Note: PCBU or ‘Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking’ is the legal entity operating a business or undertaking. A PCBU may be an individual person (sole operator) or an organisation.
Safe Work Procedures Template
Risk priority chart
The Risk Priority Chart is a way of ranking risks in terms of their priorities, based on the principle that a risk has two primary dimensions:
• Likelihood (how likely is an event to occur) and:
• Consequences: (level of impact if the event occur based on critical factors such as health, human life and cost)
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Tool Box Talk Meetings
Toolbox Talks are an excellent way of allowing open consultation within any business structure and a practical way to raise workers’ awareness of specific safety issues.
This document contains instructions, a meeting form template and a long list of common topics for consideration.
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WHS Meetings & Minutes Form
Building Evacuation Template
Emergency Contact Numbers list
Employee Medical Log
Establishing Fire & Evacuation Procedures Specific to your Business
A simple but effective checklist to help you be compliant with the legal duty to establish Fire and Evacuation Procedures for your workplace
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Risk Management Form
How to write a killer job advert
Learn how to get your job advertisement noticed by your ideal candidates among a tsunami of information. ‘How to write a killer job advert’ is an informative guide & template, providing you with key points to communicate as well as layout and highlight options.
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Fair Dismissal - Info sheet
This information sheet outlines a basic dismissal process that is; compliant with relevant legislation and in accordance with the principles of natural justice, based on current best practice and procedural fairness
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Employee Satisfaction Survey
150+ Sample Interview Questions
Workforce Planning Document
Reference Check Form - Entry level Personnel
This Reference Check Template provides a comprehensive set of structured questions designed to acquire an accurate detailed picture of a candidates past performance, skills and abilities
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Reference Check - Management
This Reference Check Template is suitable for senior and management personnel and includes behavioural questions designed to acquire an accurate picture of your prospective new employees’ past performance, skills and abilities
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Recruitment Process Check List
Disciplinary action procedures - Step by step
By using an organised, step-by-step approach and guidance notes, you will be able to navigate around this minefield with the comfort of knowing that you have covered the issues that often cause disputes and expensive legal action.
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