About this SWMS for General Work Onsite
This safe work method statement can be used to ensure that all workers involved in ‘general work’ on a construction project site understand their responsibilities for safety and that all identified risks are managed effectively.
Why is it so Important to Have Safe Work Method Statements for Working on a Construction Site?
Construction sites are inherently dangerous places, as there are many risks and hazards present. Safe work method statements are essential for preventing incidents and injuries on construction sites.
Here are some of the key benefits of having safe work method statements in place:
- Reduce the risk of incidents and injuries. Safe work method statements identify and mitigate risks and hazards, so workers can complete their tasks safely.
- Protect workers’ health and well-being. Construction workers are at risk of a variety of injuries, including falls, cuts, sprains, strains and respiratory problems. Safe work method statements identify and mitigate risks and hazards, so workers can complete their tasks safely.
- Improve productivity and efficiency. When workers are safe, they are more productive and efficient. They are also more likely to be motivated and engaged in their work.
- Reduce costs. Incidents and injuries can lead to significant costs for businesses, including medical expenses, lost productivity and legal fees.
- Protect the company’s reputation. Businesses that have a good safety record are more likely to be successful and attract new customers. A bad safety record can damage a company’s reputation and make it difficult to compete.
Job steps that are covered in the safe work method statement include:
- Planning and preparation.
- Set up of work activities and tasks.
- Unloading equipment.
- Storage of equipment and materials.
- General work tasks.
- Using tools and equipment.
- Cleaning area and packing up equipment.
This SWMS for general work onsite includes:
- A risk assessment and risk assessment matrix.
- Qualifications and training requirements.
- Potential hazards and risks associated with ‘general work’.
- Control measures, checks and monitoring activities.
- Actions for implementation, monitoring and reviewing of the SWMS.
- Personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements.
- Inspections and maintenance checks that are required.
- A consultation and sign-off record.
- Legislation references.
Why Choose to Buy this SWMS for General Work Onsite?
- Onsite safety is an important part of any work environment. It not only ensures the safety of workers (including contractors) but, also increases productivity, reduces worker’s compensation costs and ensures compliance with an employer’s obligations.
- This SWMS can assist you to reduce the risk of injury or illness to personnel and to protect the environment.
- This SWMS can also assist you meet legislative requirements that an employer has under state or territory work health and safety (WHS) regulations.
After purchasing this SWMS for work onsite you will be able to:
- Very easily edit and customize the template to create your own SWMS for work onsite.
- Apply your own style, format and brand to the safe work method statement.
- Enable compliance with Australian legislation involving ‘general work’ onsite.
Availability and Use of this SWMS for General Work Onsite
- This SWMS is accessible to you right now by clicking the ‘Buy Now’ button.
- The SWMS 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 SWMS for general work onsite is 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
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