Screw Gun SOP
SOP Screw Gun
Screw gun SOP for operating a screw gun identifies screw gun hazards with the risk assessed and risk controls developed to manage risk and screw gun safety.
Standard operating procedures require hazard control measures to be implemented per screw gun guidelines and best safe work practice for screw guns.
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Standard Operating Procedure Screw Gun
Workplace Health and Safety has conducted a comprehensive job safety analysis for operating a screw gun, e.g. fixing drywall materials and how to change a shank bit with risk control measures developed for identified hazards per WHS hierarchy of controls.
WHS consultation with employees on health and safety matters to identify potential hazards with operating an electric screw gun and ensure electrical hand tool safety
WHS consultation and participation processes ensure adequate health and safety communication
Pre-operational inspection of screw gun per electrical tools inspection checklist, e.g. how to check tools and equipment are free from damage such as damaged electrical cords
Damaged tools and equipment shall have an out of service tag placed on it with procedures for reporting faulty equipment in the workplace implemented
Do not alter or modify a screw gun, e.g. removal of screw gun handle will affect tool safety
Inspect shank bit for signs of wear and damage per tool safety checklist, replace if necessary and dispose of damaged shank bits appropriately
Screw gun operation per screw gun SOP focuses on screw gun control measures to reduce the level of risk
Workplace environmental hazards, e.g. confined space and working at heights
Working at height on ladders, aluminium mobile scaffold and elevated work platforms when operating a screw gun
Hazardous chemicals and hazardous products used in connection with operating a screw gun
Hazardous manual tasks in connection with the operation of a screw gun
Personal protective equipment, e.g. respiratory protective equipment, protective clothing, eye protection
Health and safety training for workers, e.g. tool safety training
Workplace housekeeping per housekeeping policy and procedures
Legislative and regulatory requirements for compliance with WHS legislation, e.g. work health and safety regulations, managing electrical risks at the workplace code of practice and power tool safety standards
Monitoring controls, e.g. assessment and review the effectiveness of control measures
Tasks and activities in connection with operating a screw gun
Safe Operating Procedure Screw Gun
How to Use a Screw Gun
Screw gun SOP shall assess the risk of high-risk activities with the operation of a screw gun.
High-risk work activities that may expose workers to WHS hazards are likely to include but not be limited to:
Plant and equipment used in the work task, e.g. screw gun
Pre-operational inspection of screw gun
Change shank bits
Use of portable RCD safety switch
Other hazards with operating a screw gun