Failure to maintain equipment results in fines.

Failure to fix problems results in severe injuries

A Gore farm machinery company’s lack of effective repairs to a tractor has resulted in a substantial fine and reparations to an injured farm worker.

https://worksafe.govt.nz/about-us/news-and-media/failure-to-fix-problems-results-in-severe-injuries/

Ensuring all equipment in the workplace is suitable for use, and in a suitable condition. This includes firearms.

If you don’t have traceability with your firearms, you are not taking all practicable steps to ensure the safety of your staff and those around them.

Ensuring all equipment in the workplace is suitable for use, and in a suitable condition. This includes firearms. If you don’t have traceability with your firearms, you are not taking all practicable steps to ensure the safety of your staff and those around them.

If you don’t have traceability with your firearms, you are not taking all practicable steps to ensure the safety of your staff and those around them.

Firearms require regular cleaning and maintenance, especially those used in wet, dirty and testing environments, where is exactly where firearms often are used!

By putting a regular testing and maintenance schedule in place, you ensure the equipment being used to up to spec.

Failure to do so opens you up to potential issues should a firearm have issues and cause damage to property or staff.