18 Jan November Newsletter 2018
Many people who receive this newsletter are current or past customers and broadly understand the ‘entry points’ and the depth of our platform however, for those who haven’t used Plant Assessor before this is a quick guide to the various levels of features and functionality!
Whether you just want to save on the cost of pre-start books and share information with your customers and staff or take advantage of a customised, full-service offer which gives you total transparency across every element of fleet safety, we can help..
What is a Plant Assessor hybrid membership? Not unlike a hybrid car or a motorbike helmet with a built in brake light, a hybrid membership is a combination of two things to get a better outcome. Or as grandad used to say, I wouldn’t mind a pup out of the pair of them!
Get the best of both worlds by combining the benefits of self-managed compliance through Plant Assessor and the reassurance of having external safety experts assessing your fleet…
Managing your machine safety and compliance can be a daunting task. You need to research your obligations, source the appropriate standards and meticulously apply them to your machine. But the majority of plant owners simply don’t have the time and resources to do this, which is why Plant Assessor is devoted to making this process easier for our customers, allowing anyone to complete a risk assessment in as little as 30 minutes.
But did you know, this isn’t the only way we can help. If managing your membership is becoming overwhelming, here are some of the things our customer success team can do to support you.
This simple question is one of, if not the most common question we are asked here at Plant Assessor. The answer is quite simple however it generally leads to more questions. To answer the what is plant question, let’s start with the definition from the lawmakers.
The definition of plant from the WHS Act is as follows –
(a) any machinery, equipment, appliance, container, implement and tool, and
(b) any component of any of those things, and
(c) anything fitted or connected to any of those things.
In mid-October we held a ‘Dress like a Farmer Day’ which included a BBQ lunch and some refreshing beverages thrown in for good measure! Everyone donned their flannel shirts and Blundstones to raise money for the Buy a Bale drought appeal (www.buyabale.com.au) and do our bit for drought relief.
The team from Plant Assessor raised $510 and the Directors of the business kindly matched this allowing us to send a cheque for $1020 to Rural Aid. A great effort for a great cause! A special shout out to our Field Officer, Andrew Moore who donated his entire winnings from the 2018 Plant Assessor footy tipping comp ($200). Legend.
We’re very pleased to welcome Zack Golenia to Plant Assessor in the role of Web Developer.
Zack was born in Singleton and grew up on a remote property in the foothills of the Barrington Tops. He moved to Newcastle in 2005 to study Computer Science at Newcastle University where he was included on the Dean’s Merit List for his first two years.
His most recent job before joining us at Plant Assessor was as a Software Developer for well-known, Hunter based contractor management and site safety provider, Pegasus Management.
Outside of work Zack is a four-wheel drive enthusiast and in 2015 took a road trip through the Kimberley’s across to Broome and back through central Australia. His passion for off roading and his general interest in machinery and engineering inspired him to learn more about vehicle maintenance and repair and he’s become a proficient, self-taught mechanic.
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