Polyethylene Pipe Welding (PPW) SWMS
- Provides a framework for training workers
- Addresses generic risks and hazards
- TMS Word format allows you to make changes to the document
- Can be used as part of tender applications
- Assists with compliance requirements for WHS inspections
- Review Date: 14 March 2014
The Safety Procedure includes:
- Risk Assessment
- Trench And Excavation Safety
- Crush Points
- Facer Blades
- Removal Of Pipe
- Risk Ratings
- 7 Page Complete Procedure
- MS Word Format
- This Is Not A Blank Template
General Polyethylene Pipe Butt Welding Safety Information:
The seven page Safe Work Procedure outlines the Safety Steps required to operate Polyethylene Pipe Butt Welders Safely.
Polyethylene Pipe Butt Welders need to be used with caution and appropiate safety procedures. The Polyethylene Pipe Butt Welding Procedure is This Is Not A Blank Template and is not a blank template. Safety Procedures can be edited or customised in MS Word if required.
Polyethylene Pipe Butt Welding Safety Notes
Before Operating Polyethylene Pipe Butt Welders
- Check there is no heavy equipment close to the trench walls.
- Check Facer Blades are sharp and can cut.
- Use a clean cotton cloth to clean the heater.
- Hands and body are away from pinholes, which eject fluid.
- Wear safety glasses at all times.
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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.