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 Internal fix-out of building carpentry safe work method statement/job safety analysis  

The sample safe work method statement carpentry internal fix-out of a building is an extract of the first two identified health and safety hazards associated with the carpentry internal fix-out of a building or structure.

  • The business logo and administrative details you provide at time of purchase shall replace those that you see in the sample safe work method statement/job safety analysis.

Example Safe work method statement / job safety analysis carpentry fix out of internal areas

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 Internal fix-out of building safe work method statement  

Internal fix-out of a building

The internal fix-out of a building or structure entails the measuring, cutting and fixing of jambs, sills, skirting's, architraves, etc to nominated internal areas.

  • Timber or composite timber materials are cut to a specific length, angle and shape, and fixed to the internal wall cladding or surface.

Tasks

Tasks associated the internal fix-out of a building include:
  • Planning and preparation for the internal fix-out of a building;
  • Pre-operational inspection of plant used to cut fix-out materials;
  • Operation of plant for the cutting of fix-out materials;
  • Working at heights positioning and fixing internal fix-out materials;
  • Measuring length and cutting of internal fix-out materials;
  • Securing and fixing of internal fix-out materials;
  • Handling, decanting and use of hazardous chemicals, products, etc;
  • Ergonomic issues with handling and fixing of internal fix-out materials;
  • Selection of personal protective equipment (PPE);
  • Conduct a hazard identification of the task being performed;
  • Compliance with specific controls as per a regulation, code of practice, standard;
  • Assess risk to workers undertaking the internal fix-out of a building.
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Person conducting a business or undertaking Electrical Plumbing Group
ABN:
96 147 385 ***
Address of person conducting a business or undertaking:
PO Box ****
Gumdale QLD 4154
Postal address of person conducting a business or undertaking:
PO Box ****
Gumdale QLD 4154
Phone number:
61-7 3823 ****
Fax number:
61-7 3375 ****
Contact person:
Scott *******
Mobile:
04** *** ***
Email:
****@epgi.com.au


 Hazard  
 Risk/outcome  
 Control measures  
 Implementation of controls  
Consultation not undertaken with workers as to the safe method of undertaking the internal fix-out of a building.Workers and plant operators shall be exposed to risk of death, serious injury or illness where the internal fix-out of a building is performed or undertaken incorrectly.

Sustainable injuries/illnesses would include but not be limited to:

  • First aid medical treatment for cuts and abrasions;
  • Skin penetrating injuries;
  • Respiratory disease;
  • Multiple fractures;
  • Crushing injuries;
  • Loss of limb;
  • Musculoskeletal injuries; and
  • Permanent disability.

Electrical Plumbing Group shall consult workers as to the method by which the internal fix-out of a building shall be undertaken.Electrical Plumbing Group has a duty to ensure the health and safety of themselves, workers and other persons.
  • Workers undertaking the internal fix-out of a building, shall be provided information, instruction, training and supervision as to the correct method by which to undertake the internal fix-out of skirting's, architraves, etc.

Consultation

Consultation shall occur between line management, plant operators, workers and health and safety representatives as to the method by which to undertake the internal fix-out of a building.

The process of consultation shall assess hazards generated as a result of undertaking the internal fix-out of a building, and take into consideration:

  • A review of all plans, drawing, specifications, etc to identify potential hazards associated with the scope of works;
  • Structural adequacy of the wall cladding intended to support the internal fix-out materials;
  • Environmental hazards and risks to workers e.g. steel starter bars;
  • Working at heights, prevention of tools and materials falling;
  • Accessing work areas from scaffolding, working platform (incorporating edge protection), EWP (elevated work platform) etc;
  • Safety harnesses, lanyards, etc when in the basket of an elevated work platform.
  • Securing and fixing of internal fix-out materials to wall cladding, etc;
  • Operation of plant required for the cutting and fixing of fix-out materials;
  • Pre-operational inspection of plant to assess condition and ensure plant is safe to operate.
  • Hazardous chemicals, substances and products used in the internal fix-out of a building;
  • Hazardous manual tasks associated with the cutting and fixing of internal fix-out materials;
  • Are persons at risk of serious injury when undertaking the internal fix out of a building?

Electrical Plumbing Group shall make a prepared for the internal fix-out of a building available for perusal by workers.

Residual risk

Following the implementation of controls the risk should reduce to:

 Hazard  
 Risk/outcome  
 Control measures  
 Implementation of controls  
Introduction of hazards generated from undertaking the internal fix-out of a building as a result of implementing proposed control measures. Workers shall be exposed to risk of death, serious injury or illness where hazards are created as a result of implementing proposed control measures.

Sustainable injuries/illnesses would include but not be limited to:

  • First aid medical treatment for cuts and abrasions;
  • Skin penetrating injuries;
  • Respiratory disease;
  • Multiple fractures;
  • Crushing injuries;
  • Loss of limb;
  • Musculoskeletal injuries; and
  • Permanent disability.

Control measures as per the hierarchy of controls shall be developed and implemented where additional hazards are generated as a result of undertaking the internal fix-out of a building.
Electrical Plumbing Group shall ensure hazards generated as a result of undertaking the internal fix-out of a building are identified with the hazard controlled.

  • The internal fit out of a building is generally undertaken following the application of internal wall cladding and where applicable the setting and finishing of plasterboard.

Timber and composite timber internal fix-out materials shall include but not be limited to:

  • Skirting's;
  • Architraves;
  • Door and window frames; and
  • Shelving.

Control measures

To prevent risk of death, serious injury or illness to workers and other persons, the person with management or control of the works shall ensure:

  • The risk of death, serious injury or illness resulting due to the conduct of the task is assessed to determine a persons exposure;
  • Control measures to eliminate or minimise the risk of death, serious injury or illness to persons shall be developed in consultation with workers;
  • Control measures as per the hierarchy of controls shall be implemented to prevent, or minimise a persons level of exposure to risk of death, serious injury or illness;
  • Workers undertaking the internal fix-out of a building shall be trained as to any new control/s to be implemented and informed as to the hazard notification process should additional hazards be identified.

Residual risk

Following the implementation of controls the risk should reduce to:

 Additional hazards and risks associated with the internal fix-out of a building or structure  

Additional hazards and risks identified with the internal fix-out of buildings for which control measures have been developed as per the risk identification process include:

  • Workers undertaking the internal fix-out of a building without having been involved in the planning process.
  • Plant used in the cutting and fixing of internal fix-out materials to a building.
  • Working with faulty, defective or non-compliant plant.
  • Incompatible cutting blade or disc fitted to plant.
  • Measuring, marking and cutting to length a piece of fix-out material.
  • Fitting and positioning internal fix-out materials.
  • Fixing and securing of internal fix-out materials.
  • Working at a height when undertaking the internal fix-out of a building.
  • Hazardous chemicals and products used in the internal fix-out of a building.
  • Hazardous manual tasks and vibration associated with undertaking the internal fix-out of a building.
  • Workers not provided with the required personal protective equipment and having not received instruction as to method by which to wear an article of PPE.
  • Training not provided to workers handling, cutting, positioning and fixing internal fix-out materials.
  • Housekeeping of a workplace not undertaken and/or no areas assigned for the storage of materials and plant.
  • Workers not advised of specific controls to be implemented to ensure compliance with Work Health and Safety Legislation, Codes of Practice and Standards.
  • Performance of tasks and activities undertaken in connection with the internal fix-out of a building.
  • Failure to monitor the implementation of control measures.

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  • That's it unless you need to print the sign off sheet, hazard and risk controls or change management approval form.

How do you keep employees and clients current and up to date?

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  • Each user can access and view the online swms/jsa from a web capable device e.g. mobile phone with their username and password.
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  • Line management personnel can send an swms/jsa email notification to a principal contractor, pcbu's and workers advising as to the details of the workplace, principal contractor, commencement and completion dates, person with management or control and any specific controls to be implemented for the safe undertaking of the internal fix-out of a building.
  • Users are notified of an amendment to the job safety analysis/work method statement via the online ohs diary and email notification.

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