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A SWMS or Work Method Statement is now a crucial part of any Workplace Safety Management Plan. But how do you obtain a high quality SWMS Template that is specific to you and your work activity?
Search our growing range of about 400 SWMS. These templates are in MS Word format and are available as an immediate download. They are written by our team of WHS Professionals. Simply customise them with your logo and colours and any information relevant to your activity and they're ready to be printed and used as part of your Safety Management System.See our full range of SWMS here
Note: Any SWMS should always be used in consultation with workers and by conducting a Job Safety Analysis.See our full range of SWMS here
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Once you've downloaded it here, be sure to customise and write your Work Method Statement using the following guidelines. If you don't have the time or resources for this, then simply buy one that we've already prepared here..Download Free SWMS Template
Personal Protective Equipment - Outline in detail any PPE required for task
Safety Notes - Explain the scope and the limitations of the SWMS
Planning - Include description of potential hazards, info that can be used to make safe decisions before beginning the task. It includes topics such as: site assessments, correct equipment choices, time and resource planning, obtaining information from qualified persons (engineers, electricians, hygienists, etc), obtaining permits, notifying authorities, etc
Preparation - Provide more site-specific information. Whilst the planning section looks at the bigger picture, the preparation section focuses on what is needed locally at the time.
Pre-Operational Inspection - Includes checks that all equipment intended to be used is in a safe condition. Include machinery, tools, lifting equipment and associated slings, or other such necessary items.
Operation - Outline the task in sequence. All risks are to be identified.
Maintenance - Highlight maintenance regimes or inspection requirements where they are legislated (such as tanks, silos, cranes etc). Ensure reference is made to Lock-Out/Tag-Out procedures and manufacturer's instructions.
Emergency Procedures - Highlight essential emergency information. This can include specific first-aid procedures if relevant.
References - Provide as many references as applicable and relevant.
Reference Authorities and other reputable industry sources. Ensure nationally recognized references used where possible. Ensure references are relevant to the state the work is to be conducted in.
Specifics- Provide detailed outline of the following:
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