Topic outline

  • General

    Tradesman Safe System of Work

    A safe work method statement is a procedure that provides details on how a trade contractor will manage risk and safety hazards on a residential building site.

    The safe work method can be applied by a trade contractor as a form of risk treatment when completing a risk assessment.

    A risk assessment is to be completed by the trade contractor before each day's work.

    The builder and construction contractor have an obligation to ensure a safe work place and ensure a safe systems of works are implemented.

    A safe work method statement is used to provide full details of how the work(s) is to be carried out for any task or activity which has been assessed as potentially hazardous.

  • Topic 1

    Carpentry

    The safe work method statement provides an overview of the proposed work, outlining sufficient detail to show that the construction contractor has identified the major hazards associated with the work, and implemented appropriate control measures.

    Any job, no matter how complex, can be broken down into a series of basic logical steps. This will permit an examination of each part for potential hazards and accident/injury.

    Complete the following Safe Work Method Statement course to gain a better understanding of completing a first fix and second fix carpentry job task safely.

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  • Topic 2

    Bricklayers

    The safe work method statement provides an overview of the proposed work, outlining sufficient detail to show that the construction contractor has identified the major hazards associated with the work and implemented appropriate control measures.

    Any job, no matter how complex can be broken down into a series of basic logical steps. This will permit an examination of each part for potential hazards and accident/injury.

    Complete the following Safe Work Method Statement course to gain a better understanding of completing a bricklayer's job task safely.

  • Topic 3

    Painters

    The safe work method statement provides an overview of the proposed work, outlining sufficient detail to show that the construction contractor has identified the major hazards associated with the work, and implemented appropriate control measures.

    Any job, no matter how complex can be broken down into a series of basic logical steps. This will permit an examination of each part for potential hazards and accident/injury.

    Complete the following Safe Work Method Statement course to gain a better understanding of how to complete a painting job task safely.

  • Topic 4

    Roofers

    The safe work method statement provides an overview of the proposed work, outlining sufficient detail to show that the construction contractor has identified the major hazards associated with the work, and implemented appropriate control measures.

    Any job, no matter how complex can be broken down into a series of basic logical steps. This will permit an examination of each part for potential hazards and accident/injury.

    Complete the following Safe Work Method Statement course to gain a better understanding of how to complete a roofer's job task safely.

  • Topic 5

    Excavating for Building Foundations under 1.5 metres

    The safe work method statement provides an overview of the proposed work, outlining sufficient detail to show that the construction contractor has identified the major hazards associated with the work, and implemented appropriate control measures.

    Any job, no matter how complex can be broken down into a series of basic logical steps. This will permit an examination of each part for potential hazards and accident/injury.

    Complete the following safe work method course for building site foundation excavations under 1.5 metres.

    For foundations over 1.5 metres in depth please refer the following Model Code of Practice.

    Excavation Work- click here

  • Topic 6

    Rendering Plaster

    The safe work method statement provides an overview of the proposed work, outlining sufficient detail to show that the construction contractor has identified the major hazards associated with the work and implemented appropriate control measures.

    Any job, no matter how complex can be broken down into a series of basic logical steps. This will permit an examination of each part for potential hazards and accident/injury.

    Complete the following Safe Work Method Statement course to gain a better understanding of how to complete a rendering plastering job task safely.

  • Topic 8

    Anchorage and Fall Arrest Systems

    Complete the following tutorial and answer the assessment questions to gain underpinning knowledge of anchorage requirements and fall arrest systems.

    This on-line learning facility is designed to make the user aware of the potential hazards and outcomes for working at heights.

    This training must be followed by a face to face demonstration of the use and inspection of fall arrest systems and safety harnesses,

    To book in your face to face please contact BuildLearn - click here.

    or ring Mark Wagner for bookings or more details on 0488177099