Method Statement for Hanging Doors
How to Hang a Door
The method statement for hanging doors assesses the risk following the hazard identification process with hanging a door and implementing risk controls to manage risk.
Door installation method statement requires control measures be implemented per the hierarchy of hazard controls when hanging a door.
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Method Statement for Door Installation
Workplace Health and Safety has conducted a comprehensive hazard analysis for hanging a door, e.g. how to hang a door with risk control measures developed for identified hazards per risk controls hierarchy.
Assess and review WHS practices in the workplace to control risk
WHS consultation for the identification of hazards with hanging a door
Risk assessment to identify hazards in the workplace having the potential to result in serious bodily injury or death
Health and safety planning for hanging a door, e.g. minimise risks through the planning process
WHS consultation and participation processes ensure adequate health and safety communication
Workplace environmental hazards, e.g. work in a confined space, falling from heights
Workplace trip hazards likely to result in slips trips and falls injuries
Implementation of controls for hanging a door, e.g. isolation of hazards and services
Health and safety at work information for the control of risks
Method to minimise risk when measuring to mark a door to be cut to a specific length or width
Tools and equipment used to hang a door, e.g. cordless drill, planer
Cutting tools to cut a door to size, e.g. circular saw, jigsaw and the like
Check the height and width of doorway to ensure the door will fit
Use handsaw or circular saw to reduce a door to a required height or width
Trimming a door with a planer
Cutting and planing timber and composite timber doors
Hanging a door per construction drawings and details
Hazard controls for drilling materials to hang a door, masonry materials may result in silica dust exposure
Fit off of door furniture using carpentry tools, e.g. cordless drills, hole saw
Hazardous chemicals used in connection with hanging a door, e.g. chemical anchors, liquid nails
Hazardous manual tasks in connection with hanging a door
Personal protective equipment, e.g. PPE glasses, construction gloves, respiratory protective equipment
Health and safety training for workers, e.g. carpentry training for timber hanging doors
Workplace housekeeping incorporating material handling and storage safety
Legislative and regulatory requirements for compliance with WHS legislation, e.g. health and safety construction regulations, construction code of practice and WHS standards
Monitoring controls, e.g. assessment and review the effectiveness of control measures
Carpentry tasks and activities in connection with hanging a door
Door Installation Method Statement
Method statement for hanging doors shall assess the risk of construction high-risk activities for hanging a door.
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
Fit, resize position and hang door
Use of hand and power tools
Chemical hazards when using chemical anchors
Other hazards with hanging a door