A review of all designated confined spaces will be undertaken
All confined spaces need to be secured to prevent unauthorised entry, signed correctly and have opening for entry and exit that are of sufficient size to allow emergency access
Confined space entry procedures in place
Confined space entry permit to work system in place and completed for ANY confined space entry AT ANY TIME.
Each site has undertaken a process to identify energy sources, emergency stops and isolation points. A site diagram exists that clearly marks each of these.
RCD's are fitted to all non battery power tools and extension leads.
All energy sources can be locked. Lockout is placement of a lock and tag on an energy-isolation device in accordance with an established procedure. Note: Emergency stopping devices are not isolation points and must not be used.
LOTO process established, documented and adhered to.
All high voltage/low voltage cabinets are locked.
Test and Tag procedure is in place and adhered to.
A risk assessment is required prior to any electrical work.
Drawings shall be reviewed and service detection technology used before and excavation work is carried out.
Hazardous areas shall be designated ex-zones in line with country standards.
All Hazardous Zones will have a verification dossier readily available for all persons required to enter and/or work in the area.
Controls shall be used to prevent the formation of combustible atmosphere.
Expandable Polystyrene (EPS) shall be labelled and hot cutting, drilling and other hot maintenance tasks shall be prohibited on structures made from EPS.
Management shall partner with emergency services to develop and test emergency response plans.
Any mobile plant category on site or brought onto site by GNC must be entered on the risk register and a risk assessment completed to ensure the safe operating of this equipment.
Prior to operating mobile plant for the first time people shall be confirmed as holding legally required licence, assessed on the specific piece of plant and authorised by site management.
Documented Traffic Management Plans shall exist for each site and at least include: entry, exit, direction, pedestrian and site specific hazards.