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Bollard Speed Bumps

Bollard Speed Bump Tactile Paving Safe Work Method Statement

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    • Add or delete information to any SWMS template.
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    • Complies with Australian & New Zealand legislation.
    • Microsoft Word Format (Fully editable).
    • Only pay once (no subscriptions required).

Bollard Speed Bump Tactile Paving Safe Work Method Statement

This Bollard Speed Bump Tactile Paving Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) covers hazards and controls associated with installing bollards and speed bumps and tactile paving to un/controlled crossings, pedestrian islands/pathways, vehicle crossovers, railway platforms, car parks etc.

The method covered in this SWMS is drilling and bolting bollard/speed bump onto asphalt or concrete.

This SWMS covers High-Risk Construction Work (HRCW) controls related to:

  • Pressurised gas distribution mains or piping chemical, fuel or refrigerant lines energised electrical installations or services
  • Work carried out adjacent to a road, railway or shipping lane, traffic corridor

Additional controls are included for Electrical Equipment, Elevated Levels, Slips, Trips & Falls, Hazardous Substances, Hazardous Manual Tasks, Outdoor Work, Silica Dust & Environmental Considerations.

Comes with a complimentary copy of the Legislation & Codes of Practice Reference List valued at $19.95

Job Steps Covered in Bollard Speed Bump Tactile Paving SWMS:

(includes potential hazards & control measures).

  1. Training
  2. Planning
  3. Liaise with Coordinating Road Authority
  4. Liaise with Rail Network Owner
  5. Working Outdoors
  6. Arrival On-site, Assess On-site Conditions & Work Area Set-up
  7. Environment
  8. Housekeeping
  9. Manual Tasks
  10. Working with Powered & Non-powered Tools
  11. Hazardous Substance/Chemical Use
  12. Preparation & Installation
  13. Working with Cement
  14. On Completion
  15. Emergency Response

 

We've recently reviewed and updated our silica dust controls in line with the new 2023 Code of Practice for Silica Dust hazards in the construction industry. Shop confidently, knowing you're getting the latest, most accurate information for your workplace safety needs.

  • Instant Document Delivery via Email.
    • Add your logo easily.
    • Add or delete information to any SWMS template.
    • Customisation instructions provided.
    • Complies with Australian & New Zealand legislation.
    • Microsoft Word Format (Fully editable).
    • Only pay once (no subscriptions required).

Bollard Speed Bump Tactile Paving Safe Work Method Statement

This Bollard Speed Bump Tactile Paving Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) covers hazards and controls associated with installing bollards and speed bumps and tactile paving to un/controlled crossings, pedestrian islands/pathways, vehicle crossovers, railway platforms, car parks etc.

The method covered in this SWMS is drilling and bolting bollard/speed bump onto asphalt or concrete.

This SWMS covers High-Risk Construction Work (HRCW) controls related to:

  • Pressurised gas distribution mains or piping chemical, fuel or refrigerant lines energised electrical installations or services
  • Work carried out adjacent to a road, railway or shipping lane, traffic corridor

Additional controls are included for Electrical Equipment, Elevated Levels, Slips, Trips & Falls, Hazardous Substances, Hazardous Manual Tasks, Outdoor Work, Silica Dust & Environmental Considerations.

Comes with a complimentary copy of the Legislation & Codes of Practice Reference List valued at $19.95

Job Steps Covered in Bollard Speed Bump Tactile Paving SWMS:

(includes potential hazards & control measures).

  1. Training
  2. Planning
  3. Liaise with Coordinating Road Authority
  4. Liaise with Rail Network Owner
  5. Working Outdoors
  6. Arrival On-site, Assess On-site Conditions & Work Area Set-up
  7. Environment
  8. Housekeeping
  9. Manual Tasks
  10. Working with Powered & Non-powered Tools
  11. Hazardous Substance/Chemical Use
  12. Preparation & Installation
  13. Working with Cement
  14. On Completion
  15. Emergency Response

 

We've recently reviewed and updated our silica dust controls in line with the new 2023 Code of Practice for Silica Dust hazards in the construction industry. Shop confidently, knowing you're getting the latest, most accurate information for your workplace safety needs.

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