Steel Fixing SWMS
Each Steel Fixing Safe Work Method Statement includes all of the following:
- Site establishment
- Setting up the work area
- Steel bar
- Slabs and columns
- Working at heights
- Exposure to weather conditions
- Tools, plant and equipment
- Power supply
- Manual handling
- Deliveries and the like
- High Risk Activities
- PPE required
- Plant and Equipment
- Qualifications, Training & Competencies
- Permits required
- Legislation, Codes Of Practice and References
- Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
- Risk Matrix Table
- Hierarchy of Control
- Instructions on how to complete this SWMS
- Job steps
- Hazard identification
- Control Measures
- Breaks the work activity into logical job steps
- Lists the typical hazards associated with each of these steps
- Describes the control measures implemented to eliminate or control the risk for the workers safety
- Describes how the control measures are to be implemented, monitored and reviewed
Each Steel Fixing SWMS references the following:
- Work Health and Safety Act 2016
- Work Health and Safety Regulations 2019
- Safe Work Australia Codes of Practice
Steel Fixing SWMS
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The Steel Fixing Safe Work Method Statement breaks the steel fixers work activity into logical job steps, lists the typical hazards associated with each of these steps, and describes the control measures implemented to eliminate or control the risk for the steel fixers safety.
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