This 9-page roofing safe work method statement (SWMS) includes the potential hazards, risks and control measures associated with working on a roof.
Working on a roof can be a dangerous job, so it is important to take the necessary health and safety precautions.
This SWMS provides safety control measures to manage risks and keep workers safe while working on a roof.
This safe work method statement (SWMS) covers the hazards and risks associated with working on a roof where installing, repairing, removing or adjusting of materials or equipment is required.
Note: If working at a height on a construction site where a person could fall more than two metres, this task is classified as a ‘high-risk construction work’ under work health and safety regulation and a SWMS is legally required.
Job steps that are covered in the safe work method statement include: