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A written record of the date of the induction and the name/details of the worker inducted is to be made on the attached Site Specific Induction Form and the categories/content of the Induction is to be recorded on the Site Specific Induction Checklist and kept on-site for reference purposes. c) Contractor’s Workplace, Site Specific and Work ...
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Workplaces should plan for all emergencies that may affect their workplaces. Emergencies that are considered: Very likely or likely (eg bushfires for workplaces in proximity to bushland) should be given highest priority.. Unlikely to occur at a workplace (for example, bomb threats at a school with no history of bomb threats occurring) should still be planned for.
2.3 The following procedure for risk assessment (involving hazard identification, risk assessment and control) is a practical guide for helping make all University workplaces safe for staff, students, contractors, and visitors.
Sample Food Safety Audit Checklist Sample Food Safety Audit Checklist 2010 Version 1 ©FISHERKIDD @ Associates Pty Ltd 90. all staff have been provided with the Food Safety Training Handouts (Form 9) 91. All new staff have been taken through an induction covering reporting of illness,
Question 13: We (or our representatives) are always involved in safety matters* We (or our representatives) are sometimes involved in safety matters* We (or our representatives) are not involved in safety matters* Question 14: Management takes notice of what we say about safety Management sometimes takes notice of what we say about safety
3.2.15 Hazard Management 3.2.17 Control of risk AS 4024 - 2006 Safety of machinery AS 60204.1 electrical equipment for industrial machines RISK ASSESSMENT TEAM HSO: Terry MacKenzie HSR: Nicola Featherstone Benjamin Pike Residual risk rating of HIGH to VERY HIGH must be endorsed by the Head of School.
This is a generic checklist provided for your information only. This checklist draws attention to areas throughout hotels and resorts of potential risk. Riskex does not warrant that this checklist covers all eventualities that prevent a ri sk to the property, employees or the safety of
assessment of all types of Contractors and specific hazard related issues are covered by the subsequent range of Contractor type or job specific Checklists. SA Mining and Quarrying Occupational Health and Safety Committee Contractor Safety Checklists 3
offshore and onshore facilities. The consequences of a falling object include: y Personal injury/death y Structural damage y Damage to equipment y Release of hydrocarbons/fire y Create site-specific dropped objects work groups. y Identify and assess problem areas. y Develop and implement an action plan. y Monitor results. y Continually improve.
Register (BEMIR) and supported by local induction processes whereby contractors are advised of potential risks. The types of tasks DoE workplaces might consider contracting out include: Any type of construction work at heights. Roof maintenance/servicing at height e.g. leak repair, storm damage, roof-mounted air
Metro Railway Line Construction Project at Hyderabad . Vishwas H S . Research Scholar . M.tech (Indu. Safety Engg.) Industrial Safety Engg., ... assessment when there is change to the workplace including when work systems, tools, machinery or equipment changes. ... Safety Induction, 2. Follow work method statement, 3. Trained work force . 4 ...
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construction sites or other areas controlled by Fortescue Metals. ROLES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES Table 1: Key Accountabilities Role Responsibility Area Managers / Supervisors • Ensure all personnel working in their area of authority are inducted as per this procedure Induction Trainers • Ensure that inductions are delivered in full using the
4 Project Risk Assessment Design and Construction Material 6 4.1 Project EHS Risk Assessment 6 5 Site-Wide Elements 6 5.1 Access Control 6 5.2 Security 6 5.3 Induction 6 5.4 Minimum requirements for light vehicles on construction sites 7 5.5 Laydown and Storage area 7 6 Integrated Environmental, Health & Safety Management 8
Where the nature of your work changes fairly frequently or the workplace changes and develops (eg a construction site), or where your workers move from site to site, your risk assessment may have to concentrate more on a broad range of risks that can be anticipated. Take a look at the selection of example risk assessments on HSE’s website
on construction sites. It provides practical advice on implementing the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000 (OHS Act) and the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation 2001 (OHS Regulation). At times, construction work may be carried out near underground assets on greenfield construction sites as well as on or near public
(Limited to the construction of low-rise work): • Construction of commercial buildings up to 15metres in height, including • Fire compartmentation/fire separation • Firefighting equipment • Access and facilities for people with a disability • Building egress • Damp proofing and waterproofing • Construction below ground to at least ...