Below is a list of Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) suitable for Working at Heights.
These Working at Heights related Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) provide a way for you as an employer or PCBU to provide health and safety training by ensuring your staff are aware of the possible risks and hazards associated with tasks they perform.
Work at heights that involve the risk of a potential fall of two metres or more is considered high risk construction work, for this reason a safe work method statement (SWMS) should be prepared by the person conducting the business unit or undertaking (PCBU).
Working at Heights Safe Work Method Statements Complete With:
Job Steps (includes potential hazards & control measures)
Risk Assessment Matrix
Hierarchy of Controls
Emergency Evacuation Procedure
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