BlueSafe Australia Pty Ltd
ABN 94 159 354 355
ACN 159 354 355
Phone: 1300 877 609
If you're working on site, or you need some help with your construction site safety, you’ll find we’ve got a comprehensive safe work method statement template library. We've got a wide SWMS range for pretty much any of your requirements across a wide range of industry sectors and categories. Find the Work Method Statement you need right here. All our occupational health and safety procedures and work method statements are referenced to WHS Legislation, Codes of Practice and Australian Standards and can be easily tailored to meet your project or task. Every Safe Work Method Statement Template is pre-filled and very comprehensive in nature, (they're not blank) and will save you a large amount of time by giving you a great head start getting your work health and safety obligations up to required standards.
Every Safe Work Method Statement Template is high in quality and referenced to WHS Legislation, Codes of Practice, Regulations and AS/NZS standards.
Our SWMS are great time-savers, pre-filled, and ready for immediate use.
Each document is a high quality health and safety template, relevant, comprehensive and up to 15 pages in length.
Delivered in easy to use “Microsoft Word” format.
Simple easy to use instructions.
We purchased a Safe Work Method Statement Template from BlueSafe Australia's Site and we were so happy with the quality we decided to place a bulk SWMS order. The quality was very high and the time we saved was enormous. The value your team has added, along with the fast service is 5 stars which is hard to find these days.
John McCarthy - National Operations Manager - Ausmart International - NSCA Member
We had purchased Occupational Health and Safety Procedures from other providers previously, however we weren’t completely satisfied with the quality of the documents provided. Once we had seen one of BlueSafe Australia’s documents however, we were happy with the quality. We’ve found BlueSafe Australia’s SWMS to be high quality, straight to the point and easy to use. Thanks again.
Sean Kerlin - Manager - Beehive Vinyl Products - Australian Lining Company Pty Ltd
Here's a helpful checklist you can use to weigh up the quality of your current Work Health and Safety Procedures. Typically, a high quality Safe Work Method Statement Template should have all the qualities of the questions below in one form or another.
This list of questions should help you determine how effective your current SWMS in use is. If you're reading this, chances are that you are looking to find high quality occupational health and safety procedures. When looking at your current health and safety template, the questions to consider are:
Does your SWMS include the organisation's name, ABN, address and contact person details?
Does it include the name of the Principal Contractor and the address where the work will be carried out?
Does your SWMS Template includes the date the document was prepared and provided to the Principal Contractor, and the review date?
Does your safety procedure identify the work that is high risk construction work?
Does your SWMS set out a logical step-by-step process of all work activities to be undertaken applicable to the specific project and work location?
Does it describe how each activity will be carried out?
Has your Safe Work Method Statement Template been developed in consultation with workers and nominated Health and Ssafety Representative's (names and positions) and dates of the consultation provided?
Does it incorporate controls that conform to relevant standards, codes of practice and legislation and the Project Risk Register? (Is the legislation codes and standards referenced?)
Does your document consider other trades, plant, equipment and the public in the vicinity where the activities are to be undertaken?
Does it identify health and safety hazards that may arise through each step or tasks associated with the work?
Does it clearly document a risk assessment and the specific controls for each hazard identified in accordance with hierarchy of control?
Does the safety document describe all permits, plant, equipment, hazardous substances or dangerous goods that will be used?
Does it identify any pre-start and in-process certifications, authorisations, permits and meetings?
Has responsibility for implementing, monitoring and compliance been allocated?
Does it provide for emergency procedures including rescue requirements?
Does it identify specific licensing, trade certificates, qualifications and competencies required for workers for specific tasks?
Does it specify construction site safety supervision, training or trialling required to enable the work to be done safely?
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