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Demolition Of Concrete Safe Work Method Statement

Introducing our Safe Work Method Statement for demolition of concrete – a comprehensive and pre-filled document that can be fully customised to meet your project requirements. Our SWMS is designed to help you manage the risks associated with concrete demolition, ensuring the safety of your workers and those around the site.

Here are some key features of our SWMS:

  • Pre-filled and Comprehensive: Our SWMS is pre-filled with relevant information, ensuring that all necessary details are covered. However, it can also be customised to suit your specific project needs.
  • Fully Editable and Customisable: Our SWMS is provided in Microsoft Word format, making it easy to edit and customise as required.
  • Scope and Project Details: The SWMS includes the scope of the project and all relevant project details to ensure that everyone is on the same page.
  • Checklist for High-Risk Machinery: The SWMS includes a checklist of any high-risk machinery that will be used on-site, ensuring that proper controls are in place.
  • Recording of Staff Training: There is a section for recording any staff training to ensure that all workers are adequately trained and competent.
  • Before and After Risk Ratings: Our SWMS includes a section for recording before and after risk ratings, providing a clear indication of any changes in risk levels as the project progresses.
  • Resources for Legislative References: The SWMS includes resources for the use of legislative references, helping to ensure that you are meeting all relevant legal requirements.
  • PPE Requirements: All required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is clearly listed in the SWMS, ensuring that everyone on-site is properly protected.
  • Risk Assessment and Risk Assessment Matrix: A risk assessment and matrix are included in the SWMS to help you identify, assess and manage risks associated with concrete demolition.
  • Checklist to Ensure All Requirements are Covered: Our SWMS includes a checklist to ensure that all requirements have been covered when implementing the SWMS, reducing the likelihood of any oversights.
  • Sign-off Page: The SWMS includes a sign-off page for all workers and responsible persons, ensuring that everyone is aware of their responsibilities and has signed off on them.
  • Easy to Use and Customise: Our SWMS is designed to be easy to use and customise, ensuring that you can quickly and easily adapt it to your specific needs.
  • Suitable for Large Contracts and Tenders: Our SWMS is suitable for large contracts and tenders, including tier 1 contractual work.
  • Instantly Delivered Download: Our SWMS is available as an instantly delivered download, ensuring that you can access it as soon as you need it.

Our SWMS is designed to be a helpful tool in managing the risks associated with concrete demolition, but we always recommend that you seek professional advice and conduct your own risk assessments.

Here is some safety information related to concrete demotion.


  • Falling objects
  • Flying debris
  • Electrical hazards
  • Noise
  • Dust
  • Working at heights
  • Manual handling
  • Fire

Risk Controls

  • A risk assessment will be conducted before commencing work to identify hazards, assess the risks, and implement control measures.
  • A work plan and site-specific safety plan will be developed before commencing work.
  • All workers will wear personal protective equipment (PPE) appropriate for the task, including hard hats, safety glasses, hearing protection, dust masks, gloves, and safety boots.
  • Barricades will be erected around the demolition area to prevent unauthorised access.
  • Warning signs will be placed around the work area to alert workers and the public of the ongoing work.
  • The site will be cleared of all unnecessary equipment and debris before commencing work.
  • All electrical equipment will be inspected and tested before use and be operated by a qualified electrician.
  • A fire extinguisher will be readily available on-site.
  • A fire watch will be provided during the work if hot work is performed.
  • All equipment and machinery will be maintained and inspected regularly.
  • Workers will be trained and competent in the safe use of equipment and machinery.
  • Work at heights will be performed using appropriate fall protection equipment and procedures.
  • Manual handling will be minimised through the use of appropriate equipment and techniques.
  • The use of water or dust suppression equipment will be implemented to minimize the generation of dust.

Emergency Procedures

  • All workers will be informed of the emergency procedures before commencing work.
  • An emergency plan will be developed, outlining the roles and responsibilities of workers in the event of an emergency.
  • All workers will be trained and aware of the emergency procedures.
  • A first aid kit will be available on-site, and a first aid officer will be appointed.

Gary’s Safety Tips

Hey there, my friends! Today, I want to talk to you about a very important topic that affects every workplace out there – safety compliance. Whether you’re an employee or an employer, safety should be your top priority. That’s why today I want to share with you some tips on how to create an effective safety compliance strategy for your workplace.

First things first, it’s important to understand the scope of safety compliance. This involves knowing the laws and regulations that govern safety in the workplace, as well as any industry-specific guidelines that may apply to your business. It’s important to stay up-to-date on any changes in these regulations and guidelines, as they may impact your safety procedures.

Next, it’s important to assess the risks and hazards in your workplace. This involves identifying any potential hazards, such as slippery floors or faulty equipment, and assessing the likelihood and severity of any potential accidents. This information can then be used to develop strategies for mitigating these risks and hazards, such as implementing regular equipment maintenance or providing employees with slip-resistant footwear.

Developing emergency procedures for the workplace is also an essential part of a safety compliance strategy. This involves developing a plan for how to respond in the event of an emergency, such as a fire or a workplace accident. This plan should be clearly communicated to all employees and regularly reviewed and updated to ensure that it remains effective.

Once you have identified potential risks and hazards and developed emergency procedures, it’s important to implement updated protocols for safety compliance. This may involve implementing new policies or procedures, such as requiring employees to wear personal protective equipment or establishing regular safety inspections.

Finally, it’s important to regularly assess the effectiveness of your safety compliance program. This involves regularly reviewing your safety procedures and protocols to identify any areas that may need improvement. It’s also important to gather feedback from employees and to track any incidents or accidents that occur in the workplace. This information can then be used to make adjustments to your safety procedures to ensure that they remain effective and up-to-date.

In conclusion, creating an effective safety compliance strategy is an essential part of running a successful workplace. By understanding the scope of safety compliance, assessing risks and hazards, developing emergency procedures, implementing updated protocols, and regularly assessing the effectiveness of your safety program, you can help ensure the safety of your employees and the success of your business.

I hope these tips were helpful to you, my friends. Remember, safety should always be your top priority, and by taking the time to develop an effective safety compliance strategy, you can help ensure the success of your business and the well-being of your employees. Thanks for tuning in, and until next time, stay safe out there!


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