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NEPEAN ENGINEERING

PTY LTD

NEPEAN ENGINEERING PTY LTD NEPEAN ENGINEERING Pty Ltd ABN 53 088 292 013 23 Graham Hill

NEPEAN ENGINEERING Pty Ltd

ABN 53 088 292 013

23 Graham Hill Road (PO Box 56) Narellan NSW 2567 Australia

M: 0407236576

T:

+61 2 4646 1511

F:

+61 2 4648 2505

E: tcb@nepeaneng.com.au W: www.nepeaneng.com.au

 

Safe Work Method Statement

Project:

CBA Commercial Building 6

Principal Contractor:

Bovis Lend Lease Pty Ltd

Work Activity/Task:

ERECTION AND WELDING OF ATRIUM LIFT STEEL WORK BUILDING 6

Area:

ATRIUM STEELWORK BUILDING 6

SWMS No.

CBA BUILDING 6 SWMS 003

Revision No:

CBA001-REV02

Prepared By:

Tom Buchanan

Date:

27/12/2007

Signature:

Tom Buchanan

Task Details:

Expected start date: 27/11/2007 Expected duration of work; 50 Days Manager: Tom Buchanan 0407236576 No of employees on site: 2 (min) to 10 (max)

Skills/Training Details:

All Personnel must be inducted & added to the Nepean Engineering Project S-Pack prior to commencement of work.

Resources:

Trade(s) involved: Riggers, Crane Drivers, TA’s Equipment used: Hydraulic Wrench, Welders Plant required: Crane Truck/s, Crane/s, EWP’s, and Mobile Scaffold. Maintenance checks: Electric register for leads & power tools, Log book for applicable plant Materials used: Grout & Bolts & Electrodes

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NEPEAN ENGINEERING

PTY LTD

NEPEAN ENGINEERING PTY LTD NEPEAN ENGINEERING Pty Ltd ABN 53 088 292 013 23 Graham Hill

NEPEAN ENGINEERING Pty Ltd

ABN 53 088 292 013

23 Graham Hill Road (PO Box 56) Narellan NSW 2567 Australia

M: 0407236576

T:

+61 2 4646 1511

F:

+61 2 4648 2505

E: tcb@nepeaneng.com.au W: www.nepeaneng.com.au

LEGISTRATION, CODES OT PRACTICE & GUIDELINES REGISTER

The following Legist ration, Standards, Code Of Practice, Guidelines are provided as being relevant to the activities in this SWMS

OH&S Act (NSW) 2000

OH&S Regulation 2001

WORKCOVER APPROVED INDUSTRY CODES OF PRACTICE

GUIDES

Code Of Practice: Amenities for construction work ( No. 317)

Use of personal protective equipment at work - a guidance note.

Code Of Practice: Electrical practices for construction work (No. 301)

Skin cancer and outdoor workers - a guide for workers - the choice is ours (No. 117)

Code of practice: Noise Management and protection of hearing at work (No. 150)

Shin cancer and outdoor workers - a guide for employers (No. 116)

Code of practice: OHS Consultation (No. 311)

Dust in the workplace (No. 351)

Code of practice: OHS Induction training for construction work (No. 302

Hazpak! Making our workplace safer (No. 228)

Code of practice: Overhead protective structures (No. 17)

High visibility clothing OHS Safety Guide

Code of practice: Tunnels Under Construction (No. 10)

Standards and codes offer practical guidance on health and safety for construction

 

work. However, these are subject to change from time to time. For further information contact the workcover assistance services on: 131050

Code of practice: Work in hot or cold environments (No. 309) Code of practice: Moving Plant on Construction sites.

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AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS REGISTER

The following Legist ration, Standards, Codes Of Practice, Guidelines are provided as being relevant to the activities in this SWMS

AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS

Standards mat be obtained directly from Standards Australia (www.standards.com.au) National Standard for Construction Work [NOHSC:1016 (2005)

AS/NZS 1576.1:1995 Scaffolding - General Requirements AS 1657-1992 Fixed platforms, walkways, stairways and ladders - design, construction and installation (an approved industry code of practice) AS/NZS 1800:1998 Occupational protective helmets - selection, care and use AS/NZS 1801:1997 Occupational protective helmets AS/NZS 1336:1997 Recommended practices for occupational eye protection AS/NZS 1337:1992 Eye protectors for industrial applications AS/NZS 1338.2:1992 Filters for eye protectors - filters for protection against ultraviolet radiation AS/NZS 1338.3:1992 Filters for eye protectors - Filters for protection against infra-red radiation AS 1269.3:1998 Occupational noise management - Hearing protectors program AS 1270:2002 Acoustics - Hearing protectors (an approved industry code of practice) AS/NZS 1715:1994 Selection, use and maintained of respiratory protective devices AS/NZS 1716:2003 Respiratory protective devices (an approved industry code of practice) AS 1891.4:2000 Industrial fall-arrest systems and devices (an approved industry code of practice) AS/NZS 1906.4:1997 Retro reflective materials and devices for road traffic control purposes - high visibility materials for safety garments AS/NZS 4602:1999 High visibility safety garments AS/NZS 2161.2:1998 Occupational protective gloves - general requirements AS/NZS 2161.3:1998 Occupational protective gloves - Protection against mechanical risks

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NEPEAN ENGINEERING

PTY LTD

NEPEAN ENGINEERING PTY LTD NEPEAN ENGINEERING Pty Ltd ABN 53 088 292 013 23 Graham Hill

NEPEAN ENGINEERING Pty Ltd

ABN 53 088 292 013

23 Graham Hill Road (PO Box 56) Narellan NSW 2567 Australia

M: 0407236576

T:

+61 2 4646 1511

F:

+61 2 4648 2505

E: tcb@nepeaneng.com.au W: www.nepeaneng.com.au

AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS REGISTER

The following Legislation, Standards, Codes of Practice, Guidelines are provided as being relevant to the activities in this SWMS

AS/NZS 2161.5:1998 Occupational protective gloves - Protection against the cold AS 2225:1994 Insulating gloves for electrical purposes AS 2359.2:1985 Industrial trucks known as the SAA industrial code of operation. (an approved industry code of practice) (this covers forklift use) AS 2550.1-2002 Cranes, hoist and winches - Safe use part 1: General requirements (an approved industry code of practice) NZS/AS 2865:2001 Safe work in a confined space

TRAFFIC CONTROL STANDARDS

AS 1742.1-2003 Manual of uniform traffic control devices - General introduction and index of signs AS 1742.2-1994 Manual of uniform traffic control devices - Traffic control devices for general use AS 1742.10-1990 Manual of uniform traffic control devices - Pedestrian control and protection

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NEPEAN ENGINEERING

PTY LTD

NEPEAN ENGINEERING PTY LTD NEPEAN ENGINEERING Pty Ltd ABN 53 088 292 013 23 Graham Hill

NEPEAN ENGINEERING Pty Ltd

ABN 53 088 292 013

23 Graham Hill Road (PO Box 56) Narellan NSW 2567 Australia

M: 0407236576

T:

+61 2 4646 1511

F:

+61 2 4648 2505

E: tcb@nepeaneng.com.au

W: www.nepeaneng.com.au

Skills/Training Details: Employee Qualifications On-site experience Name Additional training required for this task
Skills/Training Details:
Employee
Qualifications
On-site experience
Name
Additional training
required for this task

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Risk Score Calculator

 
   

Consequence

 

Disaster

 

Very

Serious

Substantial

Minor

Likelihood/ Consequence

 

Risk Class

Serious

Likelihood

         

The hazard has the potential to:

 
  • - permanently disable or kill;

Almost

certain

1

 

1

  • 1 2

2

 
  • - cause major damage to structure;

  • - have significant impact on surrounding population and environment.

1

Likely

1

 

2

  • 1 2

2

 

The hazard has the potential to:

  • - temporarily disable or seriously injure;

  • - cause minor damage to the structure;

2

Possible

         
  • - breach the site boundary and pollute local

1

2

  • 2 3

2

environment.

 

Remotely

possible

2

 

2

  • 2 3

3

 

The hazard has the potential to:

  • - cause minor injury;

  • - be contained within the site boundary.

3

Practically

impossible

2

 

3

  • 3 3

3

 
 
 

Installation Procedure, Hazard Identification & Risk Control

 
 

Job Step

Potential Hazard

     

Person

Item

(Break the job

(What can harm

Risk

Controls (What you are going to do to

(Who will

down into

Class

make the job as safe as possible

ensure this

 

steps)

you?)

happens?)

1

Site Induction

 

General.

   

All personnel to be inducted into

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.

   

company EHS plan prior to induction

BUCHANAN

1

All personnel to be inducted to the SWMS before being site inducted

All personnel are to attend a Site Specific Induction.

2

Personal

 

Various.

 

2

The Following PPE is to be used during

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.

Protective

 

this task-

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2

Equipment

(PPE)

Hardhats to be worn at all times, brim attachment to be worn when working outdoors.

 

Safety footwear & high visibility protective clothing to be worn at all times.

30+ sunscreen to be applied regularly to all exposed skin whilst working outdoors.

Riggers Gloves to be worn at all times

Safety glasses are now mandatory on all Nepean Engineering projects Glasses to be worn at all times UV protection glasses to be worn when excessive sun glare and glare from visible radiation is present.

Hearing protection to be worn whilst operating (or near) noisy machinery etc.and whilst drilling anchors Higher rated protection may be required in an

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extremely noisy environment. Above 80 dsi

 

Dust/face mask, respirator or similar to be worn when working in area where inhalation danger is present, this includes concrete dust, welding fumes and chemicals

A harness to be worn whilst operating boom type EWP’s personnel to be trained in safe use of harness

         

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3

Delivery of Lift

Transport arrival

3

As per RTA Permit transport truck will

Transport Pilot vehicles will secure Herb

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Shafts

route

arrive via Home Bush bay drive onto

Australia Ave then turn into Herb Elliott Ave at 4 am

Elliott Ave and stay in place to Nepean’s Two warning Vehicles are in place and implement traffic control plan

Clearwater will provide Traffic Management Services from 0400 hrs to 0800 hrs

3

Unload Trucks

Load falling -

2

All Steel Members must be removed

Tom

and move

Loading &

from transport vehicle with BLL Crane

Buchanan

materials (incl

Unloading

Crew and lowered into position to works

steelwork) to

Transport.

area

work areas.

2

Lifts will not be removed until all Traffic Management Plan 84 has been implemented and all Clearwater employees are ready to start

2

Once load has been removed transport truck is to remove itself from Herb Elliott Ave and clear all road ways

All traffic control area will be cleared and road cleared for all traffic

   

Straining/pulling

2

Ensure an adequate quantity of

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muscles - Manual Lifting.

personnel carry out lifting within safe work practice guidelines. Otherwise mechanical lifting only

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Traffic control

2

Ensure TCP is Current and approved by

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BLL before delivery

BUCHANAN

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4

Working with

Delivery

1

Operator be trained and be familiar with

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ewp’s to erect lift shaft

controls and general requirements of machine.

BUCHANAN

members

EWP must have a checklist from hire company that confirms EWP is safe to use and signed by a licensed mechanic.

Certificate of competency (EWP) required to operate boom lifts over 11M

 

Pre-Start Daily

Death or serious

1

Carry out daily inspection / checks as

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inspection

injury

per manufacturer’s recommendations in the operator’s manual

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EWP log book to be filled out daily and all safety checks completed as per logbook.

Ensure that the EWP services have been completed as per manufactures requirements.

Read and familiarize yourself with any safety stickers and hazard stickers that you may find on the EWP

Record inspections in the machines log book and sign off accordingly.

Any faults or mechanical problems to be reported immediately.

 

Operating EWP

-

Fall from

1

Never stand or sit on kick boards,

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platform.

handrails or mid-rails, Ensure gate is

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-

Tip m/c over.

securely closed.

-

Collision injury

 

Ensure tyres are inflated to correct pressures.

Never operate when wind speeds are above 12.5m/sec.

Ensure outriggers (if fitted) are fully extended and on a solid bearing.

Ensure you look up, down, forward, backwards, left and right when driving.

-Structural failure

1

Machinery loads on slab to be approved by Structural Engineer prior coming to site

 

Working from

-

Tip over, injury

1

Do not use EWP as a crane, do not

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EWP

to people below.

overload the platform, observe and do

BUCHANAN

-

Fall from

not exceed SWL.

platform.

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-tools falling

 

Never use to push or pull other objects.

 

Ensure all tools and materials are safely secured with lanyards at all times

Set up an exclusion zone around the base of the EWP and display signage if necessary.

Keep away from pinch points.

Safety harness to be worn and connected at all times in boom type EWP’s.

Never enter or exit platform when extended.

Never use ladders or other objects in the EWP to gain additional height.

 

Securing the

Unauthorised

1

Lower platform at end of shift.

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EWP after use.

use.

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Position m/c in safe location.

Remove keys and secure

 

Refueling the

-Fire

1

Equipment is to be turned off and shut

TOM

EWP.

-Slips, trips, fall’s

down.

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-Spills. -Contact with

Do not use mobile phones.

chemical. -Inhaled petrol

Avoid sources of ignition, heat, sparks.

vapor.

Ensure fully charged carbon dioxide, Dry chemical or foam extinguisher is in close proximity when refueling.

Ensure funnel or nozzle attachment is used when refueling.

Avoid contact with eyes, eye protection to be worn.

Over spills to be immediately cleaned up. A spill kit (cats Litter) is to be in tool box at all times ready for spillages

Remove any contaminated clothing and wash prior to re-use.

Do not intentionally inhale vapors.

 

Charging

Electrocution

1

Use only earth leakage supply.

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batteries

BUCHANAN

Extension leads to be inspected before use, and elevated off the ground using insulated hooks or stands.

All electrical equipment to be tested & tagged every month.

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Keep away from water and damp areas.

 
 

Securing the

Unauthorised

1

 

Lower platform at end of shift.

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EWP after use.

use.

 

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Position m/c in safe location.

Remove keys and secure.

5

Erecting steel

Nepean

2

 

All Employees and Contractors

 

using crane

Engineering Pty

reporting for work at the site must

TOM

Ltd Employees and Contractors not aware of the current site work activities, hazards and risks.

possess the necessary trade qualifications to meet the requirements of competent person definition under the regulation for the work they will perform, a valid Construction Industry General Induction Card and be inducted into the Principal Contractor Project

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2

On arrival at the worksite report to the Site Supervisor Via 2 - way radio. Follow instructions for access to the site and meet with the Site Supervisor. Flashing lights on vehicles must be turned on and all personnel are to wear high visibility vest, hard hats, safety boots, and eye protection and riggers gloves at all times. Drivers and pedestrians must observe the site traffic rules and the directions of spotters/traffic controllers. install signs and barriers to provide an exclusion zone for the job

2

On their initial arrival on site all Nepean Engineering Employees and Contractors must attend a toolbox meeting to:

Discuss the identified hazards

* Assess the risk's Use the information contained in this SWMS, Industry Codes of Practice and Standards, To:

Agree on the risk control Measures Document them on the JSA and Sign the Tool Box Talk before starting Any work at the job site.

 

Pre-start daily

Death or serious

1

Carry out daily inspection / checks as

 

inspection

injury.

per manufacturer’s recommendations in the operator’s crane manual

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Crane log book to be filled out daily and all safety checks completed as per logbook.

 

Lifting schedule to be completed.

Read and familiarize yourself with any safety stickers and decals on the crane

Record inspections in the machines log book and sign off accordingly.

Any faults or mechanical problems to be reported immediately.

Machine not to be used until faults are fixed and/or a service is carried out

 

Operation of

Traffic Movement

2

Observe site traffic rules, the directions

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the Crane

on site.

of traffic controllers and/or rigger/Dogman.

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Failure of the Crane

1

Unsure that the crane is big enough to lift the load. Crane driver and Rigger/Dogman determine the crane capacity to lift the load within the correct SWL of the Crane.

Outrigger

1

You will ensure that outrigger are set as

compaction

per structural Engineers specs two

failure

forward working outriggers must have plates underneath wooden packers

Failure of Lifting gear

1

The crane has current approval by a statutory authority. A hired in plant inspection report has been carried out for the crane by a competent person. Records of crane inspections, services record, changes to ropes, are maintained. A.S. 2250 is the applicable standard.

Failure of driver

1

A competency assessment has been carried out for the crane driver that matches the requirements’ for operating the crane.

Failure of

1

A competency assessment has been

Rigger/Dogman

carried out for the Rigger / Dogman that matches the requirements for the lift to be undertaken.

Failure of the Operating system

1

Ensure that the lift has been assessed and the method agreed between the crane driver and Rigger / Dogman prior to the lift being made

Movement of

1

Asses load for potential movement

load when

before loosening restraints. Do not

removing

stand on or amongst load when

restraints

restraints are being loosened.

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Placement of

1

Ensure Materials are stored well clear

 

Materials

of vehicle and pedestrian traffic ways.

Store materials in a manner that will prevent unexpected movement under the influence of gravity. If there is any risk of unexpected movement the materials must be adequately restrained.

Pinch and crush points in formed by the slewing action of the crane

1

Ensure direct eye contact is maintained with the Rigger Dogman at all times and do not allow access to the danger area formed by the slewing action of the crane.

It is essential that all parties agree, understand and obey the work method and communication selected for the lift

 

Rigging,

Load or parts of

1

Secure every part of a load whilst raised

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Slinging and

load slipping

or lowered to prevent danger from

BUCHANAN

Dogging

and/or falling

slipping or displacement.

Securing the

Crane after

Edges on load

1

Take adequate precautions to prevent

use.

causing damage to load lifting equipment

the edges of a load from damaging any sling, rope or chain

Inappropriate work practices using crane to work at height

1

Prohibit people being suspended from the hook of any crane to do any work.

Inappropriate

1

Use only rope clips of approved design

rope fastening

and construction, and only for such purposes and in such way as is approved.

Unaccredited Rigger / Dogman

1

Prohibit Riggers from

or not working to

  • A) Riding the hook or the load

accreditation criteria

  • B) Sliding down lines and guys

  • C) Descending by "skinning" Columns

  • D) Jumping from elevated surfaces

Rigger / Dogman using Tag Lines

3

Use clean, dry tag lines made from natural fibre or non-conductive materials.

Unauthorised

1

Position crane in safe location.

use.

Remove keys and secure.

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Refueling the

-Fire

1

Crane is to be turned off and shut down.

 

Crane.

Do not use mobile phones.

Avoid sources of ignition, heat, sparks.

Ensure fully charged carbon dioxide, Dry chemical or foam extinguisher is in close proximity when refueling.

-Slips, trips, fall.

2

Ensure funnel or nozzle attachment is used when refueling.

-Spills.

2

Avoid contact with eyes, eye protection to be worn.

-Contact with

2

Over spills to be immediately cleaned

Remove any contaminated clothing and

chemical.

up. A spill kit (cats Litter) is to be in tool

box at all times ready for spillages

wash prior to re-use.

         

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-Inhaled petrol

3

Do not intentionally inhale vapors.

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vapor.

6

Install

       

Chemset/Hold

down Bolts

Mark Chemset

Reaction to

3

Personnel to be trained in the use of the

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locations on

chemicals –

product per the attached MSDS.

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the slab using

Using marking

paint.

paint

 

Chemset

Structural

1

Chemset Locations to be checked by

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Locations

damage to slab

Post-Tensioning Contractor. Written

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checked.

confirmation required prior to drilling slab.

 

Drill & Install

Electrocution -

1

All electrical leads and equipment to be

TOM

Chemical

Using electrical

tagged monthly by a licensed

BUCHANAN

Anchors

equipment.

electrician.

and,

A safety overload device is to be used

on all electrical equipment.

and,

Personnel to be aware of danger of

electrocution from over-head or hidden cables, if in doubt ask then insulate/isolate.

   

Noise

2

All workers must where hearing

TOM

protection at all times whilst working with drills.

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Dust Inhalation

3

Dust mask to be worn if excessive dust

TOM

is created whilst drilling holes.

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and,

Whilst cleaning out drilled holes with a ‘puffer’.

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Dust/Foreign

3

Safety Glasses to be worn whilst

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body blown into eyes.

cleaning out drilled holes with a ‘puffer’.

BUCHANAN

   

Sunburn -

3

Wide brim hat, tinted UV safety glasses

TOM

Working

& full length clothing to be worn at all

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Outdoors.

times, 30+ sunscreen to be applied regularly to all exposed skin.

   

Reaction to

3

Personnel to be trained in the use of the

TOM

chemicals -

product per the attached MSDS.

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Installing Hilti

chemsets.

 
  • 6 Lifting steel

Install lift shaft

 

2

Set up an exclusion zone around the

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Members

Members into

atrium area and display signage if

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location

anyone comes into the exclusion zone BLL to be informed and a near miss / hazard identification form filled out and Given to site safety officer to take action

2

BLL will lift steel that has been unloaded and place it into works area Nepean will secure the lift shaft with our crane and lift into position.

2

Once steel members are at correct position and surveyed. members to be secured down to hold down bolts before crane releases the weight off the hook

2

Once crane has released the weight riggers to check again all connections are correct, once checked then hook can be released

3

Steel to be surveyed again to ensure correct positions and RL’s Sent to BLL

 

Welding and

  • 7 Install shs

2

After each section of lift shaft members

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oxy cutting steel shs to fit lift shaft

members and weld into place at all levels

have been erected, welding of the shs stubs will be required.

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2

Access will be gained to areas using only telescopic booms or spider booms

2

All areas are to be confirmed to be barrier tape off and signs up

2

Flash shield to be installed before welding starts shield is to be continually monitor for effectiveness

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Damage to steel

1-3

Builder to approve all site-welds prior to

Site Welding only to be completed by a

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structure.

commencement (unless shown on shop

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drawings).

qualified welder, NDT is req’d for 100% of all butt welds.

All repairs to be painted with ‘cold gal’ (final touch up painting to be completed following installation)

   

Electrocution -

1-2

All electrical leads and equipment to be

TOM

Using electrical

tagged monthly by a licensed

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equipment.

electrician.

A safety overload device is to be used on all electrical equipment.

   

Welding flash,

2

Safety work clothes to be worn by

Work area to be examined and all

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sparks or fire -

operator i.e. long sleeve shirt, long

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Stick (Arc) Welding.

pants or overalls, safety footwear, welding gloves and helmet.

external fuels removed (i.e. cardboard, timber, fabric, general rubbish, petrol).

Fire extinguisher is to be on hand at all times.

Welding screen used to block arc when area is exposed to others.

All welds to be marked ‘HOT’ with chalk upon completion.

Fire blanket to be used to contain sparks (if required).

Area below to be cordoned off & warning signage displayed and/or, Extra person positioned to act as a “spotter”.

   

Fire/Explosion –

2

Gas bottles to be

be inspected for damage prior to use.

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Oxy Cutting

stored/moved/operated in a safe

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manner, Flash-back arrestors to be used, and regulators/hoses/torches to

and,

Work area to be examined and all

external fuels removed (i.e. cardboard, timber, fabric, general rubbish, petrol).

Gas bottles to be stored separately when not in use in a lockable cage and fire extinguisher attached

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All signage to be attached to gas cage

 

Supervisors contact details to be attached to gas cages also

   

Sparks/ hot metal

2

Safety work clothes to be worn by

Fire extinguisher is to be on hand at all

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– Oxy Cutting

operator i.e. long sleeve shirt, long

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pants or overalls, welding gloves, safety footwear and dark protective eyewear.

times.

All cut steel pieces to be marked ‘HOT’ with chalk upon completion.

Area below to be cordoned off & warning signage displayed and/or, Extra person positioned to act as a “spotter”.

Area to be re-inspected 30 mins after work has nee completed to ensure no fire has started

   

Reaction to

3

Personnel to be trained in the use of the

TOM

chemicals - Using ‘Cold-Gal’ touch- up paint.

product per the attached MSDS.

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8

Plumb/Align

Damage to steel

1-3

Plumb/Align steelwork to erection

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Steelwork and

structure.

Tolerances as per AS4100. and QA

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Fully Tension

And

plan

all bolted

Noise from

connections.

Tighten up bolts

All bolted connections are to be installed as per shop drawings.

Joints containing a number of bolts shall be tightened from the centre outwards (per 15.2.4/AS4100).

All bolts are to be wrench tight using only a hydraulic wrench no electric or air compressed wrenches to be used

9

Grout & Tidy

Reaction to

3

Personnel to be trained in the use of the

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Up.

chemicals -

product per the attached MSDS.

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Installing grout.

   

Slips, trips & falls

1-3

Personnel are to ensure the work area

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is kept clean and free from trip hazards at all times.

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I have read and understood the above SWMS and I will carry out all work in
I have read and understood the above SWMS and I will carry out all work in accordance with the procedures
and safety controls listed. If the work or conditions differ to that stated above, I will consult with the Project/Site
Manager to seek directions prior to continuing work.
NAME
DATE
SIGN

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