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Dec 29, 2013 Physical Hazards: Mobile Plant April, 2012 Core Body of Knowledge for the Generalist OHS Professional Hazards: Mobile Plant Abstract Mobile plant is used in many Australian workplaces. The use of mobile plant has inherently high risk and every year is associated with a significant number of workplace fatalities and injuries

  • Plant Hazard Checklist (Powered Mobile Plant) 30034-3

    Plant Hazard Checklist (Powered Mobile Plant) 30034-3

    Plant Hazard Checklist (Powered Mobile Plant) Mobile-powered plant can present multiple hazards and risks to workers. Crush injuries, amputations, impact injuries and more can occur when people are working with moving machinery. This Plant Hazard Checklist (Powered Mobile Plant) can be used to check for hazards associated with individual items

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  • Mobile plant in construction information and checklist

    Mobile plant in construction information and checklist

    mobile plant safety is one of the department’s priority areas. The following newsletter and checklist deals with the five key items of plant inspectors focused on during their inspection campaign (many of the common problems relating to mobile plant that WorkSafe has found in workplaces relate to these items)

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  • Safety Bulletin - Mobile Plant Safety Critical Systems

    Safety Bulletin - Mobile Plant Safety Critical Systems

    Mobile plant - safety critical systems . BACKGROUND . This Safety Bulletin is specifically targeted at the extractive industry and is provided as a reminder to all mine operators to investigate the operation and maintenance of safety critical systems on mobile plant. Safety critical systems are critical to the safe operation of mobile plant

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  • Maintaining safety around mobile plant onsite: a quick guide

    Maintaining safety around mobile plant onsite: a quick guide

    Mar 22, 2018 As defined by the Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011, a mobile plant is any machine with some form of self-propulsion, usually under the direct control of an operator.. This includes earthmoving machinery (rollers, graders, scrapers, bobcats), excavators, cranes, hoists, elevating work platforms, concrete placement booms, reach stackers and forklifts

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  • Hazard 2020 | Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner

    Hazard 2020 | Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner

    The Federal Safety Commissioner’s Hazard 2020 Campaign Update, published today, demonstrates good safety improvements with regard to mobile plant generally, but raises concerns with the way building companies manage scaffolding and mobile cranes. This update reflects interim results from on-site inspections and reported safety incidents from

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  • Vehicles and mobile plant | WorkSafe

    Vehicles and mobile plant | WorkSafe

    Maintaining air quality in enclosed cabins – for PCBUs. This quick guide is for persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU). It explains some factors to consider when managing risks from poor quality air in mobile plant cabins, fixed plant control rooms, and enclosed truck cabins. Read more

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  • 07. Guide for operating cranes and mobile plant near

    07. Guide for operating cranes and mobile plant near

    A safety observer should be used when the crane, load, mobile plant or anyone working from the plant are in motion and are likely to enter Zone B. The safety observer should: mark the border of Zone B with suitable markers e.g. red warning tape easily seen by the crane or plant operator

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  • Plant: Safety basics - WorkSafe

    Plant: Safety basics - WorkSafe

    Find the hazards. Find all the hazards associated with plant in your workplace. That includes hazards related to installing, erecting, commissioning, decommissioning, dismantling and using plant. Assess the risks. nce you have identified the hazards, you need to assess the risks associated with the hazards

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  • Risk Assessment Checklist

    Risk Assessment Checklist

    Mobile Crushing Plant Inspection Checklist Work Health and Safety Resource Manual Page 20 of 20 No # Risk Control to be inspected. If No, Assess Risk . If Risk is identified, Implement Corrective Action

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  • Mobile work equipment - Work equipment and machinery

    Mobile work equipment - Work equipment and machinery

    The requirements for mobile work equipment in PUWER (regulations 25-30) are in addition to the general obligations under section 2 of the Health and Safety at Work Act in providing safe plant

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  • Safe movement of vehicles and mobile plant | Department

    Safe movement of vehicles and mobile plant | Department

    Jul 22, 2016 Mobile plant and vehicle movement is one of WorkSafe’s priority areas as many serious and fatal incidents have occurred in Western Australia. This self-assessment tool is applicable to all industries and has been developed to assist you in identifying hazards and making your workplace safe

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  • Workers struck by mobile plant

    Workers struck by mobile plant

    the mobile plant selected is right for the task and is fitted with suitable safety features (e.g. rear-view mirrors and reversing warning device) the design and implementation of a traffic management plan, including identifying suitable exclusion zones and communicating these to workers and other persons in the vicinity before tasks are carries out

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  • HEALTHANDSAFETY ADVICEFOR PLANTOPERATORS

    HEALTHANDSAFETY ADVICEFOR PLANTOPERATORS

    Health and Safety On Site 10 Health and Safety Training 11 Supervisors and Managers 14 Training of Plant Operators 19 Planning 21 Review and Monitoring 22 Site Conditions 22 Unauthorised use of plant 23 Visibility 24 Maintenance and Inspection 28 Overhead power lines 35 Lorry Loaders (HIAB) 36 Passengers on Mobile Machinery 37

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  • Mobile plant

    Mobile plant

    Mobile plant. The operation of powered mobile plant at construction workplaces exposes workers to a range of risks to health and safety. the plant colliding or coming into contact with any person or thing (e.g. workers, other vehicles or plant, energised powerlines) mechanical or other failures (e.g. hydraulic failures, release of hazardous

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