Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) SWMS 10509-2

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Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) SWMS | Safe Work Method Statement
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Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) SWMS | Safe Work Method Statement

This Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) covers hazards and controls associated with the operation of motorised or electric ultra high-pressure hydro blasting equipment used to demolish concrete.

Note: High-pressure water jetting systems with an output capacity greater than 800 bar litres per minute and less than 5600 bar litres per minute are identified as Class A and systems with an output capability above 5600 bar litres per minute are identified as Class B.

This SWMS covers High-Risk Construction Work (HRCW) controls related to:

  • Work in an area that may have a contaminated or flammable atmosphere

Additional controls are included for Electrical Equipment, Elevated Levels, Slips, Trips & Falls, Hazardous Substances, Hazardous Manual Tasks, Outdoor Work, Silica Dust & Environmental Considerations.

Job Steps Covered in Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) SWMS:

(includes potential hazards and control measures)

  1. Training
  2. Planning
  3. Working Outdoors
  4. Arrival On-site & Assess On-site Conditions
  5. Work Area Set-up
  6. Environment
  7. Housekeeping
  8. Manual Tasks
  9. Pre-start Equipment Check
  10. Concrete Demolition
  11. Fuelling On-site
  12. On Completion
  13. Emergency Response

Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) SWMS Includes

Risk Assessment Matrix | Hierarchy of Controls | PPE Requirements | Emergency Response

 

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FREE Current OHS Legislation & Codes of Practice Reference List (Value $9.95)

Ready to Use Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) Safe Work Method Statement

Save time with our content-rich, fully editable Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS).

Simply add your company details and read the document to ensure all details are relevant to your business.

Check for any additional hazards not already covered and make amendments to your SWMS as necessary.

Your Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) is then ready for use and as a point of reference at OHS Toolbox Talk meetings.

Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) - Microsoft Word Format

Edit your SWMS on the go with the Microsoft Office Mobile App

 

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    • Instant Document Delivery via Email.
      • Add your logo easily.
      • Add or delete information to any SWMS template.
      • Customisation instructions provided.
      • Complies with Australian & New Zealand legislation.
      • Edit documents on the go with Microsoft Office Mobile App
      • Only pay once (no subscriptions required).

    Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) SWMS | Safe Work Method Statement

    This Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) covers hazards and controls associated with the operation of motorised or electric ultra high-pressure hydro blasting equipment used to demolish concrete.

    Note: High-pressure water jetting systems with an output capacity greater than 800 bar litres per minute and less than 5600 bar litres per minute are identified as Class A and systems with an output capability above 5600 bar litres per minute are identified as Class B.

    This SWMS covers High-Risk Construction Work (HRCW) controls related to:

    • Work in an area that may have a contaminated or flammable atmosphere

    Additional controls are included for Electrical Equipment, Elevated Levels, Slips, Trips & Falls, Hazardous Substances, Hazardous Manual Tasks, Outdoor Work, Silica Dust & Environmental Considerations.

    Job Steps Covered in Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) SWMS:

    (includes potential hazards and control measures)

    1. Training
    2. Planning
    3. Working Outdoors
    4. Arrival On-site & Assess On-site Conditions
    5. Work Area Set-up
    6. Environment
    7. Housekeeping
    8. Manual Tasks
    9. Pre-start Equipment Check
    10. Concrete Demolition
    11. Fuelling On-site
    12. On Completion
    13. Emergency Response

    Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) SWMS Includes

    Risk Assessment Matrix | Hierarchy of Controls | PPE Requirements | Emergency Response

     

    Instant Document Delivery via Email

    FREE Current OHS Legislation & Codes of Practice Reference List (Value $9.95)

    Ready to Use Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) Safe Work Method Statement

    Save time with our content-rich, fully editable Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS).

    Simply add your company details and read the document to ensure all details are relevant to your business.

    Check for any additional hazards not already covered and make amendments to your SWMS as necessary.

    Your Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) is then ready for use and as a point of reference at OHS Toolbox Talk meetings.

    Concrete Demolition (Ultra High Water Pressure) Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) - Microsoft Word Format

    Edit your SWMS on the go with the Microsoft Office Mobile App

     

    We're here to help if you need us!

    Call 1300 306 604 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday | Email: [email protected]

    SWMS Frequently Asked Questions | Helpful Video Tutorials

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