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Carpenter Safety Packs

Carpenter Safety Packs

$639.92 Regular Price
$447.94Sale Price

Safety packs for carpenters are designed to address the safety aspect, identify potential risks, and suggest the implementation of control measures to overcome them.


  • This includes recommending practical safety solutions for any issues with safety precautions, such as lack of eye protection or carrying tools without a proper container
    • Carpentry SWMS Pack

      The SWMS carpentry pack allows you to comply with health and safety legislation by providing a set of pre-written carpentry safe work method statements.


      • Carpentry SWMS provide construction-specific advice and content related to risk identification, safe work practices for carpentry work and compliance


      Carpentry Safe Work Method Statement Pack


      Unlike other SWMS providers that only offer a generic carpentry SWMS pack, Workplace Health and Safety's exclusive carpentry SWMS pack includes the following:


      • Carpentry fix out SWMS
      • Door hanging SWMS
      • External cladding SWMS
      • Fibre cement SWMS
      • SWMS Floor framing
      • SWMS Roof trusses
      • SWMS Timber deck
      • Wall framing SWMS


      Saving time and money is easy if you follow the safety procedures and instructions in your Carpenter SWMS.


      • You can also save time by taking short breaks during your work day to help you remain focused. A little switch does wonders for your productivity


      Carpentry Health and Safety


      The Carpentry SWMS pack is a comprehensive health and safety at work guide that will help you identify potential hazards in the work area and assess risks for carpentry work in building construction, and provide control measures for hazards.


      • It can help you identify potential hazards in the work area, assess risks for carpentry work in building construction, and provide control measures for hazards


      Identification of Hazards


      The benefits of using a specific SWMS for each task in carpentry are that it allows for easy identification of hazards and addressing any possible risks.


      Assessment of Risks


      SWMS carpentry starts by identifying risks involved in carpentry, then assessing them using a formal risk assessment process. This gives you OHS information on how to control them and implement workplace safety measures.


      Risk Assessment Control Measures


      SWMS for carpenters provides risk control measures and health and safety guidelines to limit the risks that come with carpentry work.


      • You can use them to follow a logical sequence for risk reduction, starting with the most cost effective ones


      SWMS Template Carpentry


      Unlike other safe work method statement templates, our carpenter SWMS are dynamic documents that provide you with all the necessary information to protect your employees. It includes a list of hazards and measures to reduce their risks.


      SWMS carpentry focuses on identifying workplace hazards, assessing those risks and implementing control procedures as per best practice hazard identification and risk control guidelines, which includes:


      • A risk assessment matrix to determine the level of risk
      • Hierarchy of control measures to control hazards and risks
      • SWMS steps for the work task
      • PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) per SWMS statement
      • SWMS emergency procedures for workplace emergencies


      SWMS Compliance


      Workplace Health and Safety make SWMS compliance a breeze. With a fully-ready carpentry SWMS package in your inbox, you can stop worrying about your compliance and start focusing on the good things in life.


      • We add your logo, trading and business details (ABN) in the carpentry SWMS
      • We email you a set of carpentry SWMS templates, so you can start using them right away


      A carpentry SWMS is a good subject choice when conducting toolbox talks on carpentry.


      How to Complete a SWMS


      When filling in a safe work method statement for carpentry, all you have to do is:


      • Complete principal contractor or PCBU details
      • Specify workplace address to which SWMS relates
      • Nominate person for SWMS monitor and review
      • Complete WHS/OHS forms used in the workplace


      SWMS Records


      PCBU obligations require a person conducting a business or undertaking to retain safety records for carpentry safe work method statements.


      • Risk assessment form to record identified hazards, potential risks and specific control measures
      • Change control management form to identify actions needed to address identified hazards
      • A SWMS sign-off sheet is a document that facilitates the communication of risk controls between workers
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