SWMS

Task Based vs Activity Based Safe Work Method Statements

by Dave Collins on November 22, 2014

What is a Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS)? Every construction worker by now must have either heard, read or participated in the development of a Safe Work Method Statement. But what is a SWMS all about? Under the Model regulations (Australia) which a number of States and Territories have adopted notes that a Person Conducting […]

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Free SWMS Template

by Dave Collins on October 9, 2014

Keep Workplace Accidents And Hazards At Bay With A Free SWMS Template If you are a person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU), it is integral to be aware of the specific regulations, standards and best practices in your industry in order to abide with prevailing rules and laws and, more importantly, ensure your venture’s […]

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Job Safety Analysis (JSA)

by Dave Collins on September 30, 2014

Top Benefits Created By A Properly Carried Out Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Work operations, even in administrative settings (office work), come with a myriad of safety concerns; therefore, it’s imperative to establish a sound risk management system to minimise the disturbances and dangers these safety issues can create. A major component of risk management is […]

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Why Do You Need An SWMS Checklist?

by Dave Collins on September 20, 2014

Why Do You Need An SWMS Checklist? Under current regulations, your Safe Work Method Statement should be done before any high-risk construction work gets underway. It’s a crucial document that, essentially, provides your process for identifying as well as controlling health and safety hazards and risks. Every person conducting a business or undertaking (or PCBU) […]

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Educate Employees On Safe Handling

by Dave Collins on September 16, 2014

Educate Employees On Safe Handling Of Work Equipment/Essentials With The Help Of A Manual Handling SWMS Stringent industry regulations have considerably decreased the number of work-related accidents and injuries over the last two decades. While the requirement for proper documentation of safety protocols and implementation may be additional work for some members of a company, […]

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Free Safe Work Method Statement Example

by Dave Collins on September 15, 2014

How A Free Safe Work Method Statement Example Helps You Establish The Principles Of A Safe Workplace The establishment of safe and healthy workplaces is a top priority of many local and global businesses today. In the past few years, organisations were investing and spending more for growing strategies that ensure workplace safety excellence. These […]

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Best Practices On Construction Safety Plan Development

by Dave Collins on September 9, 2014

Best Practices On Construction Safety Plan Development Companies in the construction industry are especially expected to make an extra effort and additional investment in the proper and effective management of safety risks in the workplace. The building site is considered one of the highest at risk when it comes to work-related accidents, although more focused […]

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SWMS: More Than Just A Commitment To Safe Workplaces

by Dave Collins on August 18, 2014

SWMS: More Than Just A Commitment To Safe Workplaces Your Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) should be accorded the same weight and value as your business financial statement. Without the establishment of best practices on construction worksite health and safety, you could be putting your organisation at risk – not just in the sense of […]

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Get A Free Safe Work Method Statement

by Dave Collins on August 13, 2014

Money Saved By Achieving Safety: Get A Free Safe Work Method Statement Now Excavation. Delivery of materials. Electrical work. Plumbing installation. There are plenty of activities that could go on in any construction site. Whether it is something as comprehensive as a major renovation of a residential building or as limited as scaffolding tower erection, […]

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The Importance Of Conducting Risk Assessment

by Dave Collins on August 13, 2014

The Importance Of Conducting Risk Assessment Despite recent advances in technologies and work strategies, there are industries which simply have a high amount of risks attached. But instead of biting the bullet and merely accepting these risks and hazards as part of the territory, business organisations can take a proactive approach to minimising, if not […]

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Free Safe Work Method Statement Example

by Dave Collins on August 11, 2014

How a Free Safe Work Method Statement Example Can Potentially Save Lives The construction business always presents a workplace with imminent danger. If you do not agree, just look at the safety precautions a site implements for workers and engineers. Hard hats, boots, scaffoldings, safety nets, harnesses – the list goes on. Protective equipment and […]

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How To Develop A Safe Work Method Statement

by Dave Collins on July 28, 2014

Develop A Safe Work Method Statement Efficiently By Using A Professionally Designed Template High risk industries are required by authorities to properly identify the hazards and risks involved in the work, as well as determine the most effective control measures for all of these. This is a stringent task to promote full safety in all […]

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Why A Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is a Sound Investment Guest Post The workplace can present various risks and hazards to the employees of a company. Identifying these at different levels of a day-to-day operation is crucial in maintaining a safe and secure environment, and ensuring a smooth flow of business. A Job Safety Analysis […]

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Free Safe Work Method Statement Template

by Dave Collins on July 8, 2014

Simplify The Process Of Compliance With The Help Of A Free Safe Work Method Statement Template The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 demands that an SWMS or Safe Work Method Statement should be prepared before high risk construction work commences, or if anyone’s health and safety will be put at risk because of a […]

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Download A Free Safe Work Method Statement Example That You Can Modify A Safe Work Method Statement or SWMS is a document used in the construction industry. It should detail the different high risk construction works to be done in the job site, the hazards and risks at the workplace, and the measures that have […]

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Establishing A Culture Of Safety Through A JSA

by Dave Collins on July 7, 2014

Establishing A Culture Of Safety Through A JSA In their performance of a task, your workers may settle into routines that allow them to work faster. However, no matter how long-established these routines are, it does not necessarily mean that they are the safest way to complete work tasks. In a Job Safety Analysis or […]

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Key Points To Consider In The Creation Of A Carpentry SWMS How can you say that a carpenter is a successful and true tradesman? Certainly, you will be able to gauge and conclude just how good and skilled persons involved in the carpentry business are through their completed works or projects. Another good indicator of […]

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Safe Work Method Statements now available from SAI Global Just read a very interesting commentary by Kevin Jones on his SafetyAtWorkBlog:  He writes:   On 30 November 2012, SAI Global announced a commercial arrangement with SafetyCulture for the sale of generic Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS), particularly for high-risk industries. This has caused something of […]

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