The Workplace Manager and/or Management OHS Nominee are responsible for ensuring the Working at Height Procedure and associated Permit to Work system is followed for all work at height.
'Work at height' means work in any place where, if there were no precautions in place, a person could fall a distance liable to cause personal injury (for example a fall through a fragile roof).
Workers and contractors are required to supply a Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) or equivalent for work over 2 metres above the ground (measured from the feet) or 1.5 metres below a surface (R299). 4. What do I have to do to manage fall from heights risks?
Where any work at height is to be carried out, is permit-to-work (PTW) for hazardous work at height available safe work procedures (SWP) developed for the.
procedures where fall arrest harnesses are used, has been developed. 4.1.4. ensure that all staff who work at height and 'Permit to work on
Risk assessment, method statements and working at height permits . A risk assessment, safe working procedure/method statement and permit to work covering
In addition to a Working at Heights Permit, other permits may be required including an Excavation, Penetration and Demolition Permit if work involves excavation
Policy and Procedures. Author: HSPP006.01 Work at Height Policy .. Develop and put into place training for Roof Permit to Work Issuers,
Type: PR-OHS021 [Working at Heights Procedure]. Review date: 04/12/ . Working at Height Permit Issuer – A PHPA Supervisor that has been approved by the.
Work health and safety procedure .. having to work at height. .. (with appropriate signage), permit systems, the sequencing of work and safe