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Dynamometer Chassis Safe Work Method Statement

Introducing the Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) for working with dynamometer chassis – your comprehensive guide to working safely and effectively on your project site. Our SWMS has been designed with your safety in mind, providing pre-filled and customisable templates that are fully editable in Microsoft Word format.

Key Features:

  • Comprehensive and Pre-filled: Our SWMS includes all the necessary details for working with dynamometer chassis, ensuring that you have a comprehensive guide at your disposal.
  • Fully Editable: Our SWMS is fully editable and customisable, making it easy for you to adapt it to suit your specific needs.
  • Scope of Project: The SWMS includes the scope of your project and all the project details you need to complete your work safely.
  • High Risk Machinery Checklist: We have included a checklist of any high risk machinery on your site, so that you can identify and manage potential risks.
  • Staff Training Record: There is space for you to record any staff training undertaken, ensuring that your team is fully equipped to work safely and effectively.
  • Before and After Risk Ratings: Our SWMS includes before and after risk ratings, helping you to identify and mitigate potential hazards.
  • Legislative References: We have provided resources for use of legislative references, ensuring that you are up-to-date with all relevant regulations.
  • PPE Requirements: All PPE required is included in the SWMS, so that you can ensure that your team has the necessary equipment to work safely.
  • Risk Assessment and Matrix: The SWMS includes a risk assessment and risk assessment matrix, so that you can identify and manage risks effectively.
  • Implementation Checklist: We have included a checklist to ensure that all requirements have been covered when implementing the SWMS, so that you can work confidently and safely.
  • 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 the SWMS.
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Here is some safety information related to working with dynamometer chassis.


The use of a dynamometer chassis can pose several hazards, including:

  • Electrical hazards
  • Fire hazards
  • Noise hazards
  • Mechanical hazards
  • Chemical hazards

Risk Controls:

To control these hazards and ensure the safety of all personnel involved in the operation, the following risk controls should be implemented:

  • All personnel involved in the operation must wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) at all times. This includes safety glasses, hearing protection, gloves, and a fire-resistant suit.
  • The dynamometer chassis must be inspected prior to use to ensure that all electrical connections are secure and that there are no leaks or damage to the equipment.
  • A fire extinguisher should be located within easy reach of the dynamometer chassis.
  • The dynamometer chassis must be operated in a well-ventilated area to prevent the buildup of exhaust fumes.
  • The area around the dynamometer chassis must be kept clean and free of debris to prevent tripping hazards.
  • Only trained personnel should operate the dynamometer chassis, and they should be familiar with all safety procedures.
  • A safety barrier should be erected around the dynamometer chassis to prevent unauthorised access.


The following steps should be followed when using a dynamometer chassis:

  1. Inspect the dynamometer chassis to ensure that all electrical connections are secure and that there are no leaks or damage to the equipment.
  2. Position the vehicle to be tested on the dynamometer chassis and secure it using the appropriate tie-down straps.
  3. Ensure that all personnel involved in the operation are wearing the appropriate PPE.
  4. Start the dynamometer chassis and allow it to warm up for several minutes.
  5. Begin the test, following the manufacturer’s instructions for operating the dynamometer chassis.
  6. Monitor the test closely, watching for any signs of equipment malfunction or unsafe conditions.
  7. If any issues arise during the test, stop the dynamometer chassis immediately and follow the appropriate procedures for addressing the issue.
  8. Once the test is complete, turn off the dynamometer chassis and remove the vehicle from the equipment.
  9. Clean up the area around the dynamometer chassis and store the equipment and PPE in the appropriate location.

Gary’s Safety Tips

Hey, what’s up everyone? It’s your friend Gary here and today, I want to talk about something super important when it comes to working with dynamometer chassis – safety.

Working with a dynamometer chassis can be an incredibly powerful tool for testing and improving the performance of engines and vehicles. However, it’s crucial to understand the potential dangers involved and take the necessary safety precautions to protect yourself and others.

First and foremost, it’s important to always wear the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when working with a dynamometer chassis. This includes safety glasses, gloves, and protective clothing. You should also make sure that any loose clothing or jewelry is secured and that long hair is tied back.

Another critical safety consideration is proper ventilation. A dynamometer chassis can produce exhaust fumes that can be harmful if inhaled. It’s essential to ensure that the test area is well-ventilated and that you’re not breathing in any toxic fumes.

In addition to PPE and ventilation, it’s also essential to follow proper operating procedures when working with a dynamometer chassis. This includes making sure that the equipment is properly calibrated and that all safety features are functioning correctly.

It’s also important to keep the area around the dynamometer chassis clear of any debris or obstacles that could cause a tripping hazard. You should also make sure that all tools and equipment are properly stored when not in use.

When it comes to actually operating the dynamometer chassis, it’s critical to understand the potential risks involved. A dynamometer chassis can generate tremendous forces and heat, so it’s crucial to always follow the manufacturer’s instructions and never exceed the recommended load or speed limits.

It’s also important to be aware of the potential for sudden and unexpected movements or malfunctions, which could cause injury or damage to the equipment. Always be alert and ready to shut down the dynamometer chassis in case of an emergency.

Finally, it’s important to never work alone when operating a dynamometer chassis. Always have a trained and qualified operator nearby to monitor the equipment and be ready to respond in case of an emergency.

In summary, working with a dynamometer chassis can be a valuable tool for improving engine and vehicle performance, but it’s crucial to prioritize safety at all times. Make sure to wear the appropriate PPE, ensure proper ventilation, follow operating procedures, keep the area clear of debris, and never exceed recommended load or speed limits. Always be aware of potential risks and work with a trained operator. Stay safe out there, everyone!


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