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Wall Tiling SWMS

Wall Tiling SWMS

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Tiling safe work method statement provides health and safety information about the work method and safe work practices for laying wall tiles without risk to health and safety.

  • Safe Work Method Statement

    Tiling Wall SWMS


    SWMS Safe work method statement for tiling a wall: 


    • Provides critical WHS information and safety instructions for workers to lay wall tiles without risk to health and safety
    • Ensures workers can identify hazards and manage risks involved with laying wall tiles
    • Provides workers with information, instruction, and training for tiling walls


    Safe Work Method Statement Wall Tiling


    SWMS document for wall tiling focuses on hazard identification, risk assessment and control procedures per best practice guidelines for how to write a SWMS. 


    • Tile health and safety for how to lay tiles on walls per a risk assessment for tiling works 


    Wall Tiling SWMS Content 


    SWMS are specific to a process with the SWMS content of the wall tiling SWMS addressing the health and safety issues relating to: 


    • WHS Consultation 
    • Risk assessment of workplace
    • Health and safety planning
    • Environmental hazards in the workplace
    • Implementation of controls for tiling hazards when tiling a wall
    • Health and safety information for employees
    • Pre start inspection for equipment used to lay wall tiles, e.g. tiling mixer to mix adhesive for tiles
    • Wall preparation before tiling, e.g. tiling uneven wall surface requires that bumps and high spots be removed
    • Method to minimise the risk when setting out wall tiles associated with tiling works
    • Setting out tiles as per tiling specification identified in a tiling layout plan, e.g. tiling design, wall tiling layout 
    • Mix wall tiling adhesive, refer to a tiling adhesives chemical safety data sheet for the control of chemical hazards
    • Tiling a wall per tiling construction safety plan, e.g. wall tile layout, wall tile installation methods
    • Grouting wall tiles is the mixing of wall tile grout per a manufacturers and safety data sheet information and applying grout to wall tile
    • Silica dust exposure, e.g. crystalline silica dust from handing and mixing tiling adhesives and tile grout
    • Managing risks of hazardous chemicals in the workplace 
    • Hazardous manual handling tasks 
    • PPE requirements for tiling walls
    • Health and safety training for workers 
    • Workplace housekeeping 
    • Legislative and regulatory requirements 
    • Monitoring compliance in the workplace 
    • Includes risk matrix table  


    WHS Reporting Requirements 


    WHS Record keeping and reporting obligations for compliance with WHS legislative requirements for a SWMS require a person conducting a business or undertaking PCBU to maintain WHS records. 


    A PCBU must retain health and safety records for a wall tiling SWMS, which would include: 


    • Risk assessment form template to record unidentified hazards, potential risks and specific control measures 
    • Change control management form for the communication of controls to be implemented for identified hazards 
    • SWMS Sign off sheet for high risk construction work activity to which the safe work method statement relates 


    Ready to Use Wall Tiling SWMS


    Save time and money with the SWMS template for laying wall tiles. 


    SWMS Compliance with Legislative and Regulatory Requirements is simple 


    • We embed the business details and logo you supply in the safe work method statement for ensuring compliance with health and safety legislation 
    • We email you the ready to use safe work method statement SWMS 


    All you have to do is 


    • Complete the principal contractor details or PCBU details 
    • Specify the workplace address to which the SWMS relates
    • Nominate your contact person 
    • Complete WHS/OHS forms used in the workplace, e.g. risk assessment form


    Safety Toolbox Talks 


    • A tiling safe work method statement makes for an excellent toolbox talk topic at tool box safety talks
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