• Company Name:MacWest

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  • Project Address:
  • Identify High Risk Construction Work:
    (Examples of high risk construction work. Construction work that involves: falling > 2m; disturbance of asbestos; structural alterations requiring temporary support; demolition of an element that is load bearing; a confined space; artificial extremes of temperature; adjacent to a road; work on chemical, fuel or refrigerant lines, on energised electrical installations, work on or near pressurised gas distribution piping mains)

  • This SWMS has been developed and approved by: Bradley Westerdale, Director, Macwest Construction Pty Ltd

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  • RISK SCORE CALCULATOR

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Item 1

  • Job Step - Break the job down into steps

  • Potential Hazards - Identify the hazards associated with each step. Examine each to find possibilities that could lead to an accident or adverse environmental impact

  • Risk Class

  • Controls - Using the previous two columns as a guide, decide what actions are necessary to eliminate or minimise the hazards that could lead to an accident, injury or occupational illness or environmental impact

  • Person Responsible

Item 2

  • Job Step - Break the job down into steps

  • Potential Hazards - Identify the hazards associated with each step. Examine each to find possibilities that could lead to an accident or adverse environmental impact

  • Risk Class

  • Controls - Using the previous two columns as a guide, decide what actions are necessary to eliminate or minimise the hazards that could lead to an accident, injury or occupational illness or environmental impact

  • Person Responsible

Item 3

  • Job Step - Break the job down into steps

  • Potential Hazards - Identify the hazards associated with each step. Examine each to find possibilities that could lead to an accident or adverse environmental impact

  • Risk Class

  • Controls - Using the previous two columns as a guide, decide what actions are necessary to eliminate or minimise the hazards that could lead to an accident, injury or occupational illness or environmental impact

  • Person Responsible

Item 4

  • Job Step - Break the job down into steps

  • Potential Hazards - Identify the hazards associated with each step. Examine each to find possibilities that could lead to an accident or adverse environmental impact

  • Risk Class

  • Controls - Using the previous two columns as a guide, decide what actions are necessary to eliminate or minimise the hazards that could lead to an accident, injury or occupational illness or environmental impact

  • Person Responsible

Item 5

  • Job Step - Break the job down into steps

  • Potential Hazards - Identify the hazards associated with each step. Examine each to find possibilities that could lead to an accident or adverse environmental impact

  • Risk Class

  • Controls - Using the previous two columns as a guide, decide what actions are necessary to eliminate or minimise the hazards that could lead to an accident, injury or occupational illness or environmental impact

  • Person Responsible

This SWMS has been developed through consultation with our employees and has been read & signed by all employees involved with this activity:

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  • Legislation, Regulations, Codes of Practice, Australian Standards & Guidance Notes:

     WH&S Act 2011
     WH&S Regulations 2011
     Codes of Practice Manual Handling

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