This OHS Safe Work Method Statement outlines the safety steps required in safe Steel Construction. Steel Construction requires careful handling of the steel and an OHS Procedure can provide the neseccary steps to reduce and eliminate risks.
This OHS Procedure is ready to use and is in an MS Word format so it is easily accessible if you wish to edit in any site specific risks or print the document.
Additional Safety Notes
Steel Construction Requires:
- Care taken when working above shoulder height
- Forklifts for transporting materials
- Mobile or overhead crane when moving bundled loads around a work site.
- Work Objects to be secure.
- Good condition screens to seperate grinding from others.
The Safety Procedure includes:
- Personnel - Competent people
- OHS Risk Assessment
- Manual Handling
- Unloading Steel
- Hand Tool Use
- Emergency Procedures
- 7 Page Complete Procedure
- MS Word Format
- Ready To Use
- Version 4.0
Steel Construction Safe Work Method Statement has been referenced from:
- NSW - Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, Occupational Health and Safety Regulation 2001
- QLD - Workplace Health and Safety Act 1995 (Reprinted 1/1/08), Workplace Health and Safety Regulation (Reprinted 1/2/08), Steel Construction Code of Practice 2004
- ACT - Occupational Health and Safety Act 1989, Code of Practice Steel Construction 1997
- TAS - Workplace Health and Safety Act 1995, Workplace Health and Safety Regulation 1998
- NT - Workplace Health and Safety Act 2007, Workplace Health and Safety Regulation 2008
- SA - Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare Act 1986, Occupational Health Safety and Welfare Regulation 1995
- WA - Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984
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