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Floors (Grinding - Polishing) Safe Work Method Statement
This Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) is a comprehensive document outlining the safety steps, general hazards and controls associated with the use of a floor grinder/polisher on an indoor concrete floor using the HTC Superfloor system.
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Save time with our pre-filled, fully customisable templates. Simply add your company details, ABN, and include any site specific details or risks ensuring it is specific to the task at hand. It is then ready for printing and inclusion in your overall WHS System.
Floors (Grinding - Polishing) SWMS Content:
- High Risk Construction Work
- Mobile Plant
- Work carried out adjacent to a road, railway or shipping lane, traffic corridor
- Risk Assessment Matrix
- Hierarchy of Controls
- Job Steps (includes potential hazards and control measures)
- Planning & Preparation
- Attain Hot Work Permit from responsible person
- Training and Capabilities
- Assess onsite conditions
- Work area set up
- Grinding & polishing
- Impregnating and / or protecting concrete
- On Completion
- Emergency Response Procedures
- Legislative References
- Employee sign off section
- Review & Monitoring
For works carried out on a regular basis a generic SWMS may be prepared and used for those work activities.
Remember: The content of the SWMS should be refined over time and include consultation with workers and other persons conducting a business or undertaking. Prior to each new activity, the SWMS must be reviewed and revised to ensure it applies to the high risk construction work and the actual site you are working at.
Ease of use
Posted by Unknown on 7th Mar 2018
Have bought SWMS from Safety Culture prior they are easy to use and up to date. Never a problem getting onsite.