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Contractor Management

A contractor is a person who is employed by an organisation, other than an employee, who is engaged to perform work at the workplace either on a once only basis, occasionally, or regularly. Contractors can include

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plumbers, builders, cleaners, electricians, etc..

A contractor may engage the services of a sub-contractor, who would carry out the work that a contractor cannot do but for which the contractor is responsible for. For example, a building contractor may hire a sub-contractor to complete the electrical wiring part of the contractor’s building job.

As an organisation, it is your responsibility under the OH&S legislation to ensure that contractors and sub-contractors are not put at risk by activities of any person in the organisation and that your staff and clients are not put at risk by the contractor or their employees.

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