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SWMS Boom Lift

Original price $79.75 - Original price $79.75
Original price
$79.75
$79.75 - $79.75
Current price $79.75

This pre-written Boom Lift Safe Work Method Statement template provides the typical safety controls and possible hazards associated with using a boom lift. This comprehensive Boom Lift SWMS will form an essential part of your Safety Management System if you are responsible for this equipment on your worksites. Simply add your company branding and this 14 page Boom Lift SWMS will be ready to use in your business today!

Boom Lift Safe Work Method Statement covers:

  • PPE
  • Checking work area
  • Services and utilities
  • Working near roads
  • Loading / unloading boom lift
  • Boom lift checks and maintenance
  • Refuelling boom lift
  • Entering and exiting the boom lift
  • Operating boom lift
  • Boom lift emergency response
  • Completion of work

Boom Lift Safe Work Method Statement includes:

  • Risk assessment guidelines and risk rating calculator
  • Step by step procedures
  • Possible hazards
  • Safety controls
  • Safety responsibilities
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Plant and equipment
  • Legislation, regulations, codes and standards
  • Worker signoff

Boom Lift Safe Work Method Statement features:

  • User friendly
  • Instant download
  • Fully editable Microsoft Word format allows easy customisation
  • Step by step procedure showing how to add your Company details:
  • Step by step procedure showing how to add "site specific" information Click Here

      Boom Lift Safe Work Method Statement References and Standards:

      • Work Health and Safety Act 2011
      • Work Health and Safety Regulations 2017
      • SWA COP Construction Work
      • SWA COP First Aid in the Workplace
      • SWA COP Managing Noise and Preventing Hearing Loss at Work
      • SWA COP Managing the Risks of Plant in the Workplace
      • SWA COP Managing the Risk of Falls at Workplaces
      • AS/NZS 1418.10:2011 - Cranes, hoists and winches Mobile elevating work platforms
      • AS 1742.3:2019 - Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices – Traffic Control for Works on Roads