Kirwan & Associates has been an established provider of services to industry since 1977. We advise a range of clients in relation to Occupational Health & Safety matters and we are committed to providing Best Practice services in this area. Whilst based in Hobart, we service clients throughout Tasmania from a range of industries. In particular, our record has included carrying out work with clients from the following industries: Construction - civil and general; Forestry - harvesting and processing; Mining; Road Transport; Engineering; Manufacturing; Metal Processing; Financial Services; Emergency Services; Local Government; and, Aquaculture.
We have extensive experience in the area of Occupational Health & Safety, particularly specialising in Workplace Safety and Workers' Compensation. Over the years, we have demonstrated an ability to tailor our services to meet the specific needs of our clients, hence our service motto 'Security Through Synergy - Providing Results'. Our 35 years of specialised experience in this field has enabled us to develop a partnering relationship with our clients to ensure that their specific needs are met. In this time, John Kirwan has developed a fantastic reputation in this field and is the trusted advisor to our clients. For further information on our areas of expertise, please see the 'Expertise' section of our website.
Furthermore, Kirwan & Associates is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) under the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF). We have an extensive range of competency based training courses within our scope of registration. For further details, please visit training.gov.au or see the 'Training' section of our website.
Our Mission Statement is to be a leading provider of niche services in:
- Safety Management Systems;
- Workers' Compensation Management; and,
- Workplace Safety Training Services.
We achieve this mission through:
- Providing a service which exceeds our clients' expectations;
- Developing a benchmarking technique; and,
- Tailoring our services to meet our clients' specific needs.
Over 35 years, Kirwan & Associates has generated extensive expertise in the following areas:
- Safety Management Systems;
- Risk Assessment & Hazard Management;
- Auditing & Inspections;
- Legislative Compliance; and,
- Workers' Compensation Management.
This expertise has been developed through experience working with clients from a wide range of industry sectors, including:
- Construction - civil and general;
- Forestry - harvesting and processing;
- Road Transport;
- Metal Processing;
- Financial Services;
- Emergency Services;
- Local Government; and,
Providing advice to clients on their legislative obligations is a core activity for Kirwan & Associates. We advise clients on the minimum level of performance required within their workplaces to meet these obligations and how this level of performance can be achieved and surpassed.
The legislative obligations for an organisation now encompass the following areas:
- Codes of Practice;
- Australian Standards;
- Industry Codes of Practice; and,
which creates a complex web of information that needs to be analysed and collated so proper advice can be given.
With extensive knowledge of each of these areas and vast experience in providing such advice, Kirwan & Associates should be your organisation's first step in ensuring legislative compliance.
Kirwan & Associates believes that Safety Management Systems are integral to a 'Best Practice' approach to Workplace Safety for any organisation. This has been an original component of our services provided for more than 35 years.
Occupational Hazard Management is a technique which has been developed by John Kirwan to enable organisations to implement a systems based approach in managing their exposure in relation to Workplace Safety concerns.
Our Occupational Hazard Management Program has a proven track record across a wide spread of Industry Sectors over its 35 year history. A key feature of this program is the fact that it can integrate into both Environmental & Quality Assurance to address the increasing trend towards an Integrated Approach in these areas.