OHS Risk Procedures

OHS Risk Procedures have been developed in line with legal requirements for various types of hazards in our occupational work environments. The OHS Risk Procedures developed by Safety for Life assist you in the management of risk control to support your general duty to ‘manage risk to worker health and safety’.

We have provided for you a description of each of the documents. The description is the “Scope” of the procedure. You will find the layout and content of our Risk Procedures to be simple and easy to understand and all that is required from you is to ensure you customise the procedure into a full operational procedure that meets the requirements of your organisation. For example you will need to incorporate details to reflect who will be responsible for certainly risk control.

Should you require any assistance in the identification of your risk based procedures relevant to your organisation, please do not hesitate to Contact Us! We are more that happy to provide you with the assistance you require.

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    Abrasive Blasting

    $34.95

    This procedure covers the requirements associated with abrasive blasting, including work permits, special precautions, blasting enclosures, ventilation requirements, the control of static electricity, requirements for carrying out blasting work, personal protective equipment to be used, health assessment and surveillance of personnel involved in abrasive blasting work, management of abrasive blasting wastes and notifications to the authorities.


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    Air Quality

    $34.95

    This procedure covers the requirements associated with air quality in the workplace and the provision of exhaust ventilation where required. It covers the identification of poor air quality; and the design, installation, inspection and maintenance of exhaust ventilation equipment.


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    Areas with Flammable Gases and Dusts

    $34.95

    This procedure covers the requirements associated with the classification and delineation of hazardous areas and the control of sources of ignition in these areas. This includes the use of electrical equipment and the control of miscellaneous ignition sources such as lighters, matches and electronic equipment.


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    Building Works

    $34.95

    This procedure covers the requirements associated with general work practices to ensure the safety and health of personnel during building works.


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    Carcinogenic Substances

    $34.95

    This procedure covers the requirements associated with the management of carcinogenic substances in the workplace, including the identification, registration and assessment of such substances, dealing with prohibited and notifiable substances, PCB’s management plan, communication with employees, health assessment and surveillance and keeping of records.


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    Cold Working Conditions

    $34.95

    This procedure covers the requirements associated with the protection of personnel from the extremes of cold. This includes temperature assessment, the provision of workplace heating, protective clothing, training, and health assessments.


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    Communicable Diseases

    $34.95

    This procedure covers the requirements associated with the management of all operations with the aim of preventing the spread of infectious, communicable diseases.


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    Confined Space

    $34.95

    This procedure covers the requirements associated with the entry into, and performance of work in, confined spaces such as tanks, vessels, pits, ditches, pipes, ducts, sewers, drains, tunnels, etc. The procedure addresses the assessment of hazards, authorisation for entry, preparation for entry, entry into the confined space, and stand by person's duties, work in the confined space (including hot work), rescue and first aid and the closure of confined spaces.


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    Construction Work

    $34.95

    This procedure covers the requirements associated with the construction phase of engineering projects, including new plant, expansions or substantial modifications. It covers all aspects of the construction, which have the potential to harm the safety and health of people, or the environment.


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    Control of Legionnaires Disease

    $34.95

    This procedure covers the requirements associated with the control of Legionnaires’ Disease in the workplace, including cooling towers, risk management plan, the control of bacteria in water systems, Legionnaires’ Disease notification and work with soils, compost and potting mix.