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Prepared by: Muhammed Shabin Project Engineer

12/19/2017

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK Task Breakdown Possible Safety or Environment hazards RB

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK Task Breakdown Possible Safety or Environment hazards RB Task

Task Breakdown

Possible Safety or Environment hazards

RB

Task Breakdown

RA

Task Breakdown

 

NOTE: RB = Risk Rating before controls implemented - RA = Risk Rating after controls are implemented

 

Design

Personal Injury

F

Designers must

L

Engineer

Specifications

- Crushing

- Fully describe all features of design

- Falls

- Provide SWMS for installation and stripping

- Being struck by falling object

- Define load cases

- Define Acceptance criteria

 

- Provide for field adjustment

- Describe location of weep, vibrator and clean out holes and inspection openings

- Detail sequence of concrete placement, including any slopes, direction of pore and time between pores

- Describe strength stability and stiffness of system

- Detail foundation materials

- Details of surface type (filling, compaction, drainage)

Allow for loads during construction (such as workers materials, wind, false decks, rain, water runoff) reduce fall risks where pracricable Certification of design must be provided by a competent Person All formwork materials ( timber/plywood, prefab modules, aluminum,

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steel or plastic) must meet quality design testing criteria as defined in codes or standard practices All exposed rebars must contain end caps

- Correct size for rebar

- Fitted correctly

- Regular inspections are undertaken to check conditions of endcaps and to ensure no caps are missing

Document No. 007

Activity : Concrete Formwork

Review No. 000

Date: 19th December 2017

Prepared by: Muhammed Shabin Project Engineer

12/19/2017

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK Task Breakdown Possible Safety or Environment hazards RB

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK Task Breakdown Possible Safety or Environment hazards RB  

Task Breakdown

Possible Safety or Environment hazards

RB

 

Task Breakdown

RA

Task Breakdown

 

NOTE: RB = Risk Rating before controls implemented - RA = Risk Rating after controls are implemented

 

Preparation

Personal Injury

F

Project documentation must be available on site and include at least

L

Engineer Site

- Crushing

- design specifications

Supervisor

- Falls

- drawings

Being struck by falling object Collapse of structure

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- loading calculations

- plans/Elevations

- general arrangements

 

- maximum point loadings

- component types and spacings

- methods of securing structure and components

- formply size

- minimum stripping times

- edge protection

- back propping where required

- any variation from design and subsequent certification of variations

- safe load bearings

- time frames between pour and pour rates

Personal

Personal Injury

F

Competency based training

L

Site Supervisor

Requirements

- Crushing

- site induction

- Falls

- nature of hazards and emergency plan

Being struck by falling object Collapse of structure

-

- requirements from HSE Plan

- operation of heavy equipments as required

- PPE (use, maintanence, storage)

 

- specific SWMS

Risk Control

Personal Injury

F

consider:

L

Site Supervisor

- Crushing

- edge protection and netting to prevent falling objects

- Falls

- fit for purpose work platforms/scaffolding

- Being struck by falling object

- traffic management, mechanical lifting, adequate lighting

- PPE and house keeping

Document No. 007

Activity : Concrete Formwork

 

Review No. 000

Date: 19th December 2017

Prepared by: Muhammed Shabin Project Engineer

12/19/2017

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK Task Breakdown Possible Safety or Environment hazards RB

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK Task Breakdown Possible Safety or Environment hazards RB Task

Task Breakdown

Possible Safety or Environment hazards

RB

Task Breakdown

RA

Task Breakdown

 

NOTE: RB = Risk Rating before controls implemented - RA = Risk Rating after controls are implemented

 

Formwork erection

Personal Injury

F

all framing must be carried out so that it complies with on site design

L

All

- Crushing

documentation and any manufacturers' requirements

- Falls

inspect all formwork components to ensure acceptable conditions

Being struck by falling object Collapse of structure

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as per Traditional Foundation:

- ensure stable base

- ensure base plates are provided under props and standards

- ensure suitable sole boards are provided

     

Note: Base plates and sole boards may not be required if competent persons deems them unnecessary

   

Note: If Lapped planks are used, they must be secured against uplifting and slipping

Pre pour inspection

Personal Injury

F

Inspection must be undertaken by qualified person to ensure

L

Site Supervisor

- Crushing

- safe work practices were followed

- Falls

- system complies with requirement of design and project documentation

Being struck by falling object Collapse of structure

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- is adequately braced

- is strippable

 

- has adequate connections

- correct spacing of frames, props and timbers

- correct joists and bearer sizes

- accectable jack extensions

- adequate bracing to ensure stability

The engineer should suppliy an inspection certificate to verify the structural integrity of the support structure and formwork system

Document No. 007

Activity : Concrete Formwork

Review No. 000

Date: 19th December 2017

Prepared by: Muhammed Shabin Project Engineer

12/19/2017

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK Task Breakdown Possible Safety or Environment hazards RB

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK Task Breakdown Possible Safety or Environment hazards RB  

Task Breakdown

Possible Safety or Environment hazards

RB

 

Task Breakdown

RA

Task Breakdown

 

NOTE: RB = Risk Rating before controls implemented - RA = Risk Rating after controls are implemented

 

During Concrete

Personal Injury

F

Ensure

L

All

Pour

- Crushing

- continuous supervision of the formwork assembly and concrete placement

- Falls

Being struck by falling object Collapse of structure

-

- Communication between supervising personnel and the placing crews

- Monitor indicators if installed

 

- if any failure, undue settlement or distortion of the formwork develops, work should cease and

- the affected formwork assembly or component strengthened or replaced

- Concrete is placed and compacted in a matter that ensures specified quality of surface finish

Dismantling

Personal Injury

F

Concrete should be inspected prior to dismantle

L

Site Supervisor

formwork

- Crushing

Check for unacceptable:

(Stripping)

- Falls

- warping

Being struck by falling object Collapse of structure

-

- twisting

- cracks

 

- blowholes

 

- deviations as per

Emergency Plan

Personal Injury

M

Must include at least

M

All

- Crushing

- rescue procedures

- Falls

- evacuation points

Being struck by falling object Collapse of structure

-

- roles/responsibilities

- communication procedures

- first aid

 

- use and location of fire protection equipments

Document No. 007

Activity : Concrete Formwork

 

Review No. 000

Date: 19th December 2017

Prepared by: Muhammed Shabin Project Engineer

12/19/2017

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK   SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT - part 2

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK   SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT - part 2  
 

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT - part 2

 

Formal training, Licenses required for workers undertaking this task:

Duties of workers undertaking this task:

Training in the following safe work procedures/ SWMS/ training modules is required:

All workers to be trained in relevant procedures

- License to perform high risk work (heavy equipments like Crane, forklift, Man lift)

Name

Operator

Site specific Inductions Training in SWMS Nature of hazards/risks Emergency procedures

Name

Rigger

- TUV certificate for Equipment and operator

Name

Supervisor

Details of Supervisory Agreements for workers undertaking this tasks:

Duties of regulatory permits/licenses, Engineering details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals

Relevant Codes of Practice

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Competent supervisors for job

- Local council permits

 

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Direct on site-supervision

- Building Approvals

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Remote site - communication systems/ schedule

- EPA approvals/ Permits

- 3rd party attestation

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Audits

- PPE to comply with standards

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Spot checks, etc

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Reporting systems

 

Tools/ Equipments

 

Maintanence details for tools/ equipments used on job

 

Example

 

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Electric jack Hammer

As per manufacture recommendation, Electrical tested/ Tagged every 3 months

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Document No. 007

Activity : Concrete Formwork

Review No. 000

Date: 19th December 2017

Prepared by: Muhammed Shabin Project Engineer

12/19/2017

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK Part 3 - SIGN OFF This SWMS has

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK

SAFE WORK METHOD STATEMENT FOR CONCRETE FORMWORK Part 3 - SIGN OFF This SWMS has been

Part 3 - SIGN OFF

This SWMS has been developed in consultation and cooperation with the workers and relevant persons from the prestigious Organization. I have read the above SWMS and understand its contents. I confirm that I have skills and training, including relevant certifications to conduct the task as described. I agree to comply safety requirements within this SWMS including safe work instructions and Personal Protective Equipments described

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Document No. 007

Activity : Concrete Formwork

Review No. 000

Date: 19th December 2017

Prepared by: Muhammed Shabin Project Engineer

12/19/2017