Contractor resources

West Moreton Hospital and Health Service uses external contractors for specialised maintenance work and projects. All contractors must complete the Queensland Health online induction or read through the Work health and safety contractor handbook (PDF, 898 KB). Contractors also need to be inducted to the site they are working at using the Site specific Instructions (PDF, 217 KB). While all inductions must be completed annually.

Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

West Moreton Health would like to remind everyone how important it is to stay home if you are sick.

If you are experiencing any of the COVID-19 symptoms, no matter how mild, get tested and stay home until you receive a negative result.

For more information on COVID-19 please refer to:

Resources for contractors

General safety

The safety and wellbeing of staff, clients, contractors, visitors and suppliers are of fundamental importance in continually improving the quality of our healthcare services. Everyone has a role to play in staying safe.

Permit to work

The Permit to work system procedure (PDF, 567 KB) is an administrative tool to record and authorise planned works being conducted at West Moreton Hospital and Health Service where there is potential to impact on business continuity. It provides formal authorisation to ensure all elements of a safe work system have been considered and applies to works including infrastructure projects, installations, maintenance, alterations or repairs to assets.

Workforce capability