Work Detail

  • Work Type

  • Detail of works required.

  • How many staff are required?

  • How long will the works take(including travel)?

  • Is traffic management required?

  • Is traffic management is required, what type?

Equipment/Tools

  • Note - Minimum equipment of 2 x MS201 Top Handled chainsaws, 2 x MS362 Ground Saws, 1 x MS661 with a minimum of a 25 inch bar, Climbing kit, Aerial Rescue kit, Rigging Kit, Pulling Ropes Blower, Rake, Brush, 6 x cones, 2 x Men at work signs, 2 x Men at work End signs, 1 x Road narrow Left, 1 x Road narrow Right and 2 x Directional blue arrow signs.

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  • Plant

  • Tools

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  • Chemical Required (if applicable)

  • Additional Items/Items to be Hired

Working at Height Assessment

  • Task

  • Location

  • Considerations

  • Justification - Taking into account the task(s) the site type and the issues considered in the overall evaluation, the Operations Manger and or Team Leader is to indicate the chosen work method in the appropriate box on the right and then on the site specific risk assessment.

  • Justification - WORK AT GROUND LEVEL

  • Justification - WORK WITH USE OF A LADDER

  • Justification - WORK WITH USE OF A MEWP

  • Justification - WORK WITH USE OF ROPE & HARNESS

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Site Observations/Generic Risk Assessments

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  • Physical Observations

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