Tiling SWMS Pack
The tiling SWMS pack consists of a set of safe work method statements that provide health and safety guidelines for the most common work tasks for floor and wall tiling works to minimise potential risks and hazards.
The tiling SWMS value pack saves time and money by providing you with method statement for tiling works, setting a minimum safety standard to protect both expert and novice workers
Tiling Safe Work Method Statement Pack
With the tiling SWMS pack, you'll receive a pack of pre-written tiling safe work method statements that will facilitate your compliance with health and safety legislation.
Tiling SWMS are tailored specifically for tiling work, with content relevant to wall and floor tilers, including hazard identification, safe work practices, and safety compliance
SWMS Tiling Pack
Unlike other SWMS providers, Workplace Health and Safety offer an exclusive tiling SWMS pack, which includes the following:
Floor tiling SWMS
Wall tiling SWMS
Save a lot of time and money on your work activities by following the safety procedures and instructions in your tiling SWMS.
Safe Work Method Statements
You can use our safe work method statements on construction projects of any size. Choose from one of our ready to use SWMS packs or ask us to create a specific SWMS for you.
Our OHS professionals have the expertise, knowledge, and understanding of work health and safety to prepare a well-researched, safe work method statement for high risk construction work that complies with WHS legislation requirements
Do you need a task specific safe work method statement for carpentry or carpentry works in building construction?
How to Keep Your
Tiling SWMS pack is a comprehensive health and safety at work guide that will help you identify potential hazards in the work area and assess the risks in floor and wall tiling works before undertaking the work.
It will also help you plan and implement control measures to control risks in the floor tiling methods and ensure the health and safety of workers
A tiling SWMS identifies the hazards in tiling, so you can plan how to minimise potential risks and hazards.
Workplace Health and Safety recommend that you use a specific SWMS for each task of the floor and wall tiling works, as it makes the process of hazard identification and risk reduction easy
SWMS for tiling starts by identifying risks associated with tiling work in construction, then assesses the risks using an established risk assessment methodology.
This gives you OHS information about how to control risks and implement workplace safety measures
Risk Controls Applied
There are 5 risk control measures, with each of the 5 control measures having their scope and applicability to reduce risks to health and safety in the workplace.
By using the hierarchy of control measures, risks to health and safety can be better controlled
Each type of risk control is specifically designed for one risk type, providing additional protection or further reducing potential hazards and the likelihood of risk occurring
SWMS tiling formulates all these risk controls into a logical sequence to provide best practice guidance for undertaking floor and wall tiling works safely.
With work health and safety, we're not just talking about complying with health and safety laws.
We're also talking about the importance of safe work practices and procedures that reduce risk and go beyond WHS compliance requirements to ensure a safe workplace for employees
High Risk Construction Work
Construction work that involves a high level of risk is a term that relates to a range of high risk construction work activities including, but not limited to, construction sites, demolition sites, construction machinery and vehicles.
WHS Compliance Requirements
As a person conducting a business or undertaking, you have a duty of care to ensure the health and safety of your employees while they're on site.
Work health and safety laws impose PCBU WHS responsibilities to prepare, keep, comply with and review safe work method statements for high risk construction work that the PCBU is undertaking
Workplace Health and Safety provide carpentry work safe work method statements that can eliminate or reduce risk to as low as reasonably practicable.
WHS Training Requirements
Tiling SWMS enables employers and PCBUs to implement health and safety training to make workers aware of the safety hazards and risks per the safe work procedure for tiling works.
Wall and floor tiling SWMS provide guidance and education on safety, such as how to prevent slips, trips, falls, unsafe heights, unstable scaffolding, unsafe tools, noise, dust and the like
Consultation with Employees
Under the WHS Act, a PCBU must consult with workers before making decisions on workplace health and safety issues to amend SWMS per the SWMS review process.
WHS consultation helps to identify risks in the workplace and minimise any potential risks
Tiling SWMS Template
Unlike other safe work methods statements, our SWMS are not blank templates that you fill in with your content.
SWMS statement identifies the hazards and includes risk based preventive controls to manage risks
SWMS tiling focuses on hazard identification, risk assessment and control procedures per best practice guidelines for how to write a SWMS and includes:
Risk assessment matrix to determine risk level
Hierarchy of controls for the control of hazards
Safe work method statement steps
PPE requirements per SWMS risk assessment
SWMS emergency procedures
Workplace Health and Safety make SWMS compliance with legislative and regulatory requirements simple.
We embed your logo, trading and business details (ABN) in the carpentry SWMS
We email you the fully-ready-to-use carpentry SWMS pack, so you can start using it immediately
A SWMS tiling makes for an excellent tool box talk topic when conducting tiling toolbox talks.
How to Fill Out a SWMS
All you have to do when filling out a safe work method statement 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
A PCBU must retain health and safety records for electrical safe work method statements.
Risk assessment form to record identified hazards, potential risks and specific control measures
Change control management form to communicate controls to be implemented for identified hazards
SWMS sign off sheet is a sign-off process that facilitates the communication of controls to workers