What is a Demolition Work?
Demolition work means work to demolish or dismantle a structure or part of a structure that is load-bearing or otherwise related to the physical integrity of the structure but, does not include:
- The dismantling of formwork, falsework scaffolding or other structures designed to provide support or containment during construction work, or
- The removal of power, light or telecommunications poles
What is a Demolition Work Plan?
A demolition work plan (DWP) is a document that outlines the steps and procedures to be taken during a demolition project. It provides a clear timeline for the demolition process and outlines the safety protocols and permits required for the job. It also establishes who is responsible for what tasks and sets out any special requirements that must be met.
How to Manage Risks with Demolition Work
Managing risks associated with demolition work in is of paramount importance to ensure the safety of workers, the public and the environment. Firstly, a comprehensive risk assessment must be conducted before any demolition project commences. This assessment should identify potential hazards such as structural instability, presence of hazardous materials (like asbestos), nearby utilities and the proximity of surrounding buildings or infrastructure.
The Risk Assessment Process
Based on the assessment, a detailed demolition plan should then be developed, outlining the specific methods and techniques to be employed, along with safety measures to mitigate the identified risks. It is essential to involve experienced professionals, such as structural engineers and licensed asbestos removalists, to ensure the work is carried out with the highest safety standards.
Some good methods for managing risks with demolition work include:
- Consulting with a qualified demolition contractor: A qualified demolition contractor will have the experience and expertise to help you manage the risks involved in demolition work.
- Following the Safe Work Australia guidelines: Safe Work Australia has published guidelines on demolition work, which provide detailed advice on how to manage the risks involved.
- Providing training to workers: Workers should be provided with training on the hazards associated with demolition work and the control measures that need to be implemented.
- Inspecting the work site regularly: The work site should be inspected regularly to ensure that the control measures are being implemented and that the work is being carried out safely.
About this Demolition Work Plan Package
Demolition work should be very carefully planned so it can be carried out safely. This demolition work plan package can assist you to develop the methodologies and procedures for a demolition project to be undertaken safely, inclusive of the safe removal of any associated infrastructure.
The four demolition work plan forms included in this package are:
Why Choose to Buy this Demolition Work Plan Package?
- This demolition work plan package outlines the key processes that need to be undertaken to enable a demolition project to be completed in a safe and efficient manner.
- The plan can be aligned with any Codes of Practice, Australian Standards, safety plans, procedures, safe work method statements and risk assessments that may be also applicable with your demolition project.
With this demolition work plan package you will be able to:
- Very easily edit and customize the templates to create your own demo work plan.
- Apply your own style, format and brand to the documents.
- Use in any industry or sector, regardless of size or type of organization.
Availability and Use of this Demolition Work Plan Package
- This DWP package is accessible to you right now by clicking the ‘Buy Now’ button.
- The DWP package will be delivered to you in fully editable Microsoft Word format for immediate and full use in your business.
- There are no subscriptions, contracts or ongoing costs.
This DWP package is MASSIVE 200% guaranteed.
If you can find a better DWP package at a cheaper price, we will REFUND YOU double the cost of this package.
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