Audit

JOB DESCRIPTION

Risks

IDENTIFY HAZARDS

Over head lines

Electricity

High voltage

Electrical contact

Other hazards
RISK SCORE

High, Moderate, Low

Implement

IMPLEMENT CONTROL MEASURES

Isolate overhead lines

Isolation

Mechanical locking device

Switchboard rescue kit

Safety observer

Other control measures

Method statements

WORK METHOD STATEMENT WORKING TO

WSM 1. Basic fault finding WSM On LV MCC similar panels

WSM 2. Working in trench or pit at depth of 1.5 m or more

WSM 3. Confined space

WSM 4. Working with asbestos

WSM 5. Live work

WSM 6. Isolating and work on electrical equipment

WSM 7. Conduit installation, prior to pouring concrete

WSM 8. Conduit installation in ground

WSM 9. Conduit installation in ground

WSM 10. Cable and ladder tray installation

WSM 11. Working in risers

WSM 12. Using portable ladders

WSM 13. Installing light fittings

WSM 14. Installation of switch boards

WSM 15. Installation of MIMMS cable

WMS 16. Installation of looms

WSM 17. Installation of cable supports

WSM 18. Installations of mains

WSM 19. Installation of switchboard connections

WSM 20. New work in existing switchboards

WSM 21. Installation of sub mains

WSM 22. Installation of power and light cables

WSM 23. Installation of power points

WSM 24. Manual handling

WSM 25. Working with elevated platforms

WSM 26. Using mobile scaffolds

WSM 27. Isolate, lockout and test

WSM 28. Working at heights

WSM 29. Installing ceiling mounted lights and speakers

WSM 30. Removal of PCB's

WSM 31. Testing and tagging of electrical appliances

WSM 32. Disconnecting an existing installation

WSM 33. Installation of SELV cabling

Record procedures

RECORD PROCEDURES

OTHER HAZARDS

RISK SCORE

APPLY CONTROL MEASURES

RISK SCORE 2

IF RESIDUAL RISK NOT LOW, REDO CONTROL MEASURES

If residual risk low, commence work

Monitor and review effectiveness

RISK ASSESSMENT CARRIED OUT BY
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Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.