Keeping Spray Booths Safe, Keeps Workers Safe

by Dave Collins on April 25, 2016



Keeping Spray Booths Safe, Keeps Workers Safe

Body Repairers Guide to Workplace Safety 2016/17 – Released

body repairThe spray painting process is a potentially hazardous task for body repairers. Therefore it is essential that necessary steps be taken to ensure workers are not put at risks. Pro-Visual Publishing, in conjunction with the Motor Traders Associations across Australia, has released the 2016/17 edition of the Body Repairers Guide to Workplace Safety. This year’s edition of the guide features Augmented Reality (AR) enabled content, which allows users to access additional information and resources by downloading the Pro-Vis AR app.

This year’s interactive guide includes the following topics:

· Developing a safety management system.

· Who has health and safety duties in relation to spray painting and powder coating?

· Spray painting in spray booths.

· Globally Harmonised System of classification and labelling of chemicals.



· Powder coating activities.

The following people must hold responsibility for health and safety in relation to spray painting and powder coating, a Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking (PCBU), designers, manufacturers, importers and suppliers of plant or substances used, officers such as company directors and workers.

“I would like to thank all of the sponsors of the Body Repairers Guide to Workplace Safety 2016/17. Their support has made it possible for the Guide to be distributed free of charge” – John Hutchings, CEO, Pro-Visual Publishing.

Pro-Visual Publishing is the leading specialist in wall-mounted workplace health & safety, food safety & hygiene and health and wellbeing information resource charts. Each chart is practical and informative, providing a quick reference point for management and staff. Pro-Visual Publishing’s charts are designed to inform, motivate, educate and above all keep people and their workplaces safe!

For further information, or to obtain additional copies of the Guide, please call (02) 8272 2611, email marketing@provisual.com.au or see www.provisual.com.au

For Media Enquiries or images please contact Deanna Davenport at Pro-Visual Publishing on (02) 8272 2611 or ddavenport@provisual.com.au



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