Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner
The Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner (OFSC) is part of the Attorney-General's Department. The OFSC aims to promote and improve WHS in the Australian building and construction industry, by providing administrative support to the functions of the Federal Safety Commissioner (FSC).
Established in 2005, the Federal Safety Commissioner works with industry and government stakeholders towards achieving the highest possible work health and safety standards on Australian building and construction projects.
The key functions of the FSC (and the office) include:
- promoting sustainable WHS cultural change in the building and construction industry;
- developing and administering the Work Health and Safety Accreditation Scheme;
- identifying and progressing initiatives to improve WHS performance; and
- auditing compliance with National Construction Code performance requirements in relation to building materials.
For further information visit the FSC website.