Graffiti Removal Safe Work Method Statement includes:
- Safety Notes
- Chemical Spills
- First Aid
- Emergency Response
- Microsoft Word Format
- Add site specific details and risks
- Make it task specific
- Review Date: 14 March 2014
Graffiti Removal Safe Work Method Statement:
The Graffiti Removal Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) is a comprehensive procedure outlining the safety steps for the removal of graffiti from different surfaces including: aluminium, glass, masonry, metal, foot paths, street signs and timber.
The Removal of Graffiti procedure is ready to use and is not a blank template. Simply add your company details, ABN number, and include any site specific details or risks and make it specific to the graffiti you are removing.
It is then ready for printing and to be incorporated as part of your overall OHS System. The Graffiti Removal procedure can be used as part of your OHS inductions, for Tool box talks or tender applications.
Graffiti Removal Work Method Statement Notes
Planning. Assess the intended work site for risks. Ensure:
- Sufficient room to undertake task
- Adequate lighting
- Traffic Management put in place where required (bollards, witches hats, caution signs)
- Suitable weather conditions
- Ground surface suitable (no fall risks, ladders, if used can be secured and not dislodged by pedestrians etc)
- First aid and emergency eye wash/water available.
This document has been developed and provided by SafetyCulture Pty Ltd and is offered for sale by ACRIS Services who are licensed resellers for Australia. SafetyCulture employ former WorkSafe Inspectors to research and write documents ensuring safe work practices can be understood and followed by employees performing high risk activities in the course of their duties. SafetyCulture's mission is to make Safety A Way Of Life for workers across the world by providing documentation through software and printable files.
SWMS - Safe Work Method Statement
Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) are required for any high risk activity that is performed by an employee in the workplace. Each document must identify the risks involved when performing the activity, a risk rating for each risk, a safe work method to perform the activity and a residual risk rating for the risks. SafetyCulture SWMS comply with current WH&S legislation in all states across Australia. This document is fully completed with a step by step procedure that can be edited and appended. This is not a blank template, it is a comprehensive procedure that has been researched and developed by a qualified writer.