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1 QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SITE SPECIFIC SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR SAMFORD HOUSE SAMFORD ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH FACILITY SAMFORD VALLEY 2007 Dylan Randall SN:

2 1.0 INTRODUCTION This document sets out the safety management strategy to be adopted by Queensland University of Technology students and staff during the course of the site visits and renovations to Samford house in Samford Valley. This document will be used in conjunction with any existing safety management plans and policies already put in place by QUT. 2.0 OBJECTIVES The objectives or our Safety Policy are: To achieve an accident free workplace. To ensure health & safety is considered in all planning and work activities. To identify and control all potential hazards at Samford house through hazard identification and risk analysis. To implement controls that minimise the potential for accidents/dangerous occurrences. 3.0 FIRST AID First Aid Personnel The qualified First-Aid Person on site is Paul den Ronden First Aid Kits First aid kits can be located in lounge room cabinet and Paul s vehicle 4.0 SITE SAFETY RULES Site Safety Rules as outlined below are applicable to all students and staff involved in the renovations to Samford house. 1. No Drugs or Alcohol allowed on site; 2. No person under the influence of Drugs or Alcohol allowed on site. 3. Mandatory P.P.E. to be worn at all times. 4. No horseplay or fooling around. 5. Do not operate power tools unless you are competent. 6. Keep work area tidy. 7. Do not use Hazardous substances without reading the manufacturers requirements. 8. Do not lift weight over 30 kg. 9. Wear safety glasses when using cutting tools or air tools. 10. Wear hearing protection when operating tools and machinery. 11. Fire Extinguisher present when cutting or grinding. 12. Do not work below men working above. 5.0 SKILLS & COMPETENCIES Only students that are skilled and confidant should operate equipment. Should any student wish to learn to operate any equipment they should do so under the supervision of a skilled student or teacher. The following table is a list of skilled students and the skills they are competent in to assist students wishing to learn. 2

3 Queensland University of Technology SKILLS REGISTER Course Name Course Location Date Name of Participants Skill Training Type Qualified (Y/N) Student Number

4 WORK ACTIVITY OVERVIEW I/WE WILL MANAGE HEALTH AND SAFETY ISSUES AT SAMFORD HOUSE BY: 1. Tidiness. Ensuring work progresses in a tidy manner, work areas are kept clear of rubbish and work areas are left in a clean and tidy condition. 2. Personal Protective equipment (PPE). Providing and ensuring the use of items of personal protective equipment where it is not practical to control risk of injury by other means. Ensuring appropriate protective footwear is used. Ensuring that where hazards are created by particular activities (for example, cutting with a circular saw, blowing dust and rubbish off forms with compressed air), risks are controlled by the use of PPE, or by some other means. 3. Ultra Violet Light Encouraging students to wear adequate clothing, or use other protection, to protect them from the effects of working in the sun. 4. Material Handling and Storage. Indicating where materials are to be delivered and stored (signs may be erected if appropriate), taking into account where materials are used and the order in which they are used. Ensuring materials and equipment are stored on site in a manner that does not cause injury or illness OR additional hazards. 5. Chemicals. Ensuring that when using chemicals, the manufactures requirements are followed 6. Electrical. Ensuring portable electrical equipment and power leads are in a safe working condition. Ensuring power leads are located to minimise the risk of damage and are kept out of puddles, and plugs are kept dry. Ensuring extra protection for, or relocation of power leads occurs in all areas of high traffic. 7. Guarding on Tools and Equipment. Ensuring guards are fitted and are working effectively before tools and equipment are used. 8. Maintenance and Use of Equipment. Ensuring equipment is adequately maintained and used in accordance with the manufacturers instructions (for example, air & power tools). 9. Ladders. Ensuring attention is given to tying off ladders to the structure, where there is a likelihood of the ladder becoming unstable. Ensuring attention is given to base stability, particularly on soft or uneven soils. Ensuring all ladders are in a sound working condition. For example, the slip resistant feet are fitted and maintained, rungs and stiles in good condition. 10. Work platforms on Trestle ladders and Adjustable Trestles. Platforms (eg scaffold planks) on trestles provide a bigger, more stable surface to work from than a ladder rung. Ensuring trestles are erected in accordance with suppliers instructions, and good practice for adjustable trestles. Ensuring platforms are erected as near as reasonable to level. 11. Working Platforms on Scaffolds. Ensuring the scaffold is erected in accordance with suppliers instructions, is as near as reasonable to level, and is fully decked when being used. Ensuring hand rails and kick boards will be used on all platforms. 12. Manual Handling. Encouraging and using good manual handling techniques. For Example: When bending or lifting try to vary duties or change posture. When bending to lift objects try to maintain an inclined back and bent knees to a semi-squat where your feet are stable on the ground and you assume a power lifter stance. 13. Protrusions. Protrusions include protruding nails: reinforcing bars and mesh; steel; copper and plastic tubing; metal flashing; etc. Ensuring any protrusions created are removed, bent over or guarded to eliminate or reduce risk of injury where they are a hazard. 14. First Aid. Providing a first aid kit that is adequate for the type of injuries, that may occur while performing renovation activities. 15. Other Persons. Ensuring that my/our work does not cause health and safety problems for the other students participating at Samford house. 4

5 QUEENSLAND UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY HAZARD / RISK CONTROL OVERVIEW NO JOB IS WORTH DOING IF SAFETY IS TO BE COMPROMISED ACTIVITIES HAZARD TYPES RISK CONTROL MEASURES Work involving manual handling * Pushing, pulling, bending, reaching, lifting. Working above 2.0m * Falling from through Sides / rear Working with electrical equipment [power tools] Working with noisy equipment Working with cutting equipment A] Power saws. Leading edge. Penetration. *Being struck by falling objects * Overstressing. * Back injuries. * Sprains and strains. * Serious bodily injury * Serious bodily injury. * Electrical. * Electric shock * Electrocution. * Excess Noise * Hearing damage / loss * Flying objects. * Eye damage * High speed cutting * Hand damage. wheel. Working outdoors * Exposure to radiation [Sun] Place concrete * Personal injury. * Skin irritation, eye damage, and respiratory damage. * Vary tasks to reduce exposure to overstressing. * Instruct workers on team lifting. * Individual lifts Assess load, bend knees, keep back straight, keep load close to body * Fully enclosed edge protection [Guard rails, mid rails, edge protection] * Penetration covers / mesh. * Restricted movement / travel [Tethering] * Inspection and maintenance procedures in place * Fully enclosed edge protection. * Barricade area. * Lanyards for hand tools. * Penetration covers. * Equipment to be checked daily before use. * Equipment to be checked and tagged by a certified electrical worker every 1 month * Use residual current devices [RCD,S] * Protect leads from damage. * Select equipment with low DBA Rating * Isolate noise source. * Rotate workers. * Use appropriate PPE [Ear muffs, plugs] * Ensure guards are in place. * Use appropriate PPE [Face shield, safety glasses.] * Workers trained in use of equipment * Skin Cancer * Wear appropriate PPE [Clothing, eye, sunscreen] * Check wind direction, advise other workers if they may be affected. * Wear appropriate P.P.E. [eg, Gloves, goggles avoid contact with skin, overalls, respirator]. * Scrub before eating. * Environmental damage. * Damage to our water ways, marine life, fauna and flora, * Excess concrete to be dumped in designated areas. * Caution when applying curing oil on windy days. General clean up. Personal injury * Back injury * Splinters * Two person lifts where needed. * Gloves 5

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