Introducing our Installations and Technicians Safety Management System – the ultimate solution to ensure the safety of your installations and technicians. This comprehensive system is designed to provide your business with the necessary tools and resources to achieve compliance with relevant health and safety regulations, whilst mitigating the risk of workplace accidents and incidents.
Our system consists of four essential components – an Industry Policy and Procedures Induction Manual, a WHS Diary, Task and equipment specific Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS), and 2 years update coverage – all of which can be fully customised to your business with company logo and details added. Plus, all of our materials are delivered in Microsoft Word format for easy editing and customisation.
Firstly, our Industry Policy and Procedures Induction Manual provides a thorough and concise overview of your business’s health and safety policies and procedures. This manual includes an overview of the relevant legislation, codes of practice and industry standards applicable to your business, as well as the roles and responsibilities of your staff and contractors. Additionally, the manual contains guidance on how to conduct risk assessments, implement control measures and respond to incidents and emergencies.
The manual also contains a comprehensive induction checklist to ensure that all new employees and contractors receive appropriate training and information on the health and safety requirements of your business. This will ensure that all staff are aware of their obligations and are equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to work safely and effectively.
The Policy and Procedures Manual for the Installations and Technicians Work Health and Safety Management System has updated procedures for various aspects of work health and safety, including:
- Management of Health and Safety Risks
- General Tools and Equipment
- Drugs and Alcohol
- Company Vehicle Use
- Private Vehicle Use for Work Purposes
- Company Provided Mobile Phone Use
- Managing Noise and the Prevention of Hearing Loss
- Internet and Email Use
- Emergency Procedures
- First Aid Procedures
- First Aid Kit Checklist
- Hazardous Substances
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Social Functions
- Slips Trips and Falls
- Work at Heights
- Sun Protection
- Managing Workplace Conflict
- Workplace Hazard Identification Inspections
- Incident Reporting
- Manual Handling & Hazardous Manual Tasks
- Fatigue Management
- Company and Personnel Privacy
- and more.
Secondly, our WHS Diary is an essential tool for managing your business’s health and safety performance. This diary provides a user-friendly framework for documenting and monitoring your business’s health and safety activities, such as workplace inspections, incident reporting and corrective actions. By using the WHS Diary, you can easily track your business’s progress towards achieving compliance with relevant health and safety regulations, and identify areas for improvement.
The WHS Diary Records Manual is a compilation of forms for any area of your safety compliance that needs to be recorded, which includes forms such as:
- Incident Report Form
- Hazard Identification Form
- Risk Assessment Form
- Toolbox Talk Sign-In Sheet
- Training Record Form
- Safety Inspection Form
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Checklist
- Fire Safety Checklist
- Emergency Evacuation Plan
- First Aid Report Form
- Injury and Illness Record Form
- Chemical Register Form
- Safety Meeting Minutes Form
- Work Permit Form
- Equipment Inspection Form
- Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Form
- Safety Observation Report Form
- Confined Space Entry Permit Form
- Lockout/Tagout Form
- Safety Audit Checklist
As part of the Installations and Technicians Work Health and Safety Management System, we offer 30 industry-specific Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) that are specifically selected by you.
Our Task and equipment specific Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) are customised to your business’s specific requirements and are designed to ensure that all tasks are performed safely and efficiently. These SWMS provide detailed guidance on how to perform specific tasks, including any hazards or risks associated with the task, the control measures required to mitigate those hazards, and the personal protective equipment (PPE) required to be worn. These SWMS can be easily adapted to reflect any changes in your business’s operations, ensuring that your staff are always equipped with the most up-to-date information and guidance.
Finally, our 2 years update coverage ensures that your business’s health and safety materials are always up-to-date and compliant with relevant legislation and industry standards. As part of this service, we will provide you with regular updates to your SWMS and Industry Policy and Procedures Induction Manual, reflecting any changes in your business’s operations or in relevant legislation. This ensures that your business always has access to the latest information and guidance, and is always compliant with relevant health and safety regulations.
Furthermore, all of our materials are fully customisable to your business’s specific requirements, including the addition of your company logo and details. This ensures that our materials are fully integrated with your business’s existing systems and processes, and that they reflect your business’s unique identity and branding.
Overall, our Installations and Technicians Safety Management System provides your business with a comprehensive and effective solution for managing your health and safety performance. By implementing our system, you can ensure that your staff are equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to work safely and effectively, whilst also mitigating the risk of workplace accidents and incidents. With our 2 years update coverage, you can be confident that your business’s health and safety materials are always up-to-date and compliant with relevant legislation and industry standards. Plus, with all of our materials delivered in Microsoft Word format, you can easily edit and customise them to reflect any changes in your business’s operations.
Ordering and Delivery
Delivery time is 7-10 business days. However if your order is urgent you may select express delivery during checkout and we’ll have your package to you within 3-5 business days.
Gary’s Safety Tips
Hi everyone, it’s Gary coming at you with some real talk about the risks, hazards, and safety concerns that come with working as an installation technician.
Let me start off by saying that being an installation technician is no joke. It requires a lot of hard work, attention to detail, and an understanding of the potential risks and hazards that come with the job.
First and foremost, let’s talk about the physical risks involved in this line of work. As an installation technician, you’re often working in tight spaces, on ladders, and in high-risk environments. This means that you need to be physically fit and aware of your surroundings at all times.
One wrong step on a ladder or a slip on a wet surface can result in serious injury or even death. That’s why it’s important to always wear appropriate safety gear, such as hard hats, steel-toed boots, and harnesses when working at heights.
In addition to the physical risks, there are also hazards associated with the equipment and tools that installation technicians use on a daily basis. Power tools, heavy machinery, and electrical equipment can all pose a threat if not used properly.
That’s why it’s crucial to undergo proper training and certification before working with any tools or equipment. You should also regularly inspect your tools and equipment to ensure they are in good working condition and take appropriate measures to prevent accidents, such as locking out machinery before servicing it.
Now, let’s talk about safety concerns beyond the physical risks and hazards. Installation technicians often work with dangerous chemicals and materials, such as adhesives, paints, and solvents. These materials can be harmful if inhaled or come into contact with skin.
That’s why it’s important to always wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when handling these materials, such as gloves, goggles, and respirators. You should also ensure that you have proper ventilation when working with these chemicals, and avoid working in confined spaces without proper air circulation.
Another safety concern for installation technicians is electrical safety. Installing and repairing electrical systems requires a thorough understanding of electrical codes and regulations. You should never attempt to work on live electrical systems without proper training and certification.
Always ensure that the power source is turned off and properly locked out before beginning any electrical work. And never attempt to work on electrical systems in wet or damp conditions.
Finally, let’s talk about the importance of taking breaks and staying hydrated. Working as an installation technician can be physically and mentally demanding, and it’s important to take breaks to rest and recharge.
Make sure you have access to water and other beverages to stay hydrated throughout the day. Dehydration can lead to fatigue, headaches, and other health problems, which can impact your ability to work safely and effectively.
In conclusion, working as an installation technician comes with its fair share of risks and hazards. But by being aware of these potential dangers and taking appropriate safety measures, you can ensure that you’re working safely and effectively.
Remember to always wear appropriate safety gear, inspect your tools and equipment regularly, handle hazardous materials safely, and stay up-to-date on electrical codes and regulations. And don’t forget to take breaks and stay hydrated to keep yourself in top form.
Thanks for tuning in, everyone.