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REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD WORK METHOD STATEMENTS

As these Work Method Statements may be used on building sites, the Risk Levels are as defined in the Principal Contractors Safety Alliance “Subby Pack” as follows:

Class 1, High Risk:

Does the hazard have the potential to kill or permanently disable you?

Class 2, Medium Risk: Does the hazard have the potential to cause serious injury or illness which would temporarily disable you? Class 3, Low Risk: Does the hazard have the potential to cause a minor injury which would not disable you?

Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002

REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD
CONDUIT INSTALLATION, PLACED PRIOR TO POURING CONCRETE Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Tripping and exposed nails. Cuts and abrasions. Chemical glues. Cuts and abrasions Risk Levels Prepared By : Matt Reed Project Manager: Company Personal Recommended Actions * (Clause No.) Ensure areas in particular walkways are clear (1.5) 3 3 3 3 Use suitable gloves (3.4) Refer to MSDS and follow safe work practices set out therein Use suitable gloves (3.4) WMS No 001 Page 1 of 2

Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1. Check layout and mark out. 2. Install disposable lids fro conduit boxes to timber 3. Lay conduit and accessories. 4. Tie down conduit.

RISK LEVELS:

CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW)

* To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No.) where applicable

WORK METHOD STATEMENT : CONDUIT INSTALLATION, PRIOR TO CONCRETE POUR
Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. 2. Appropriate industry induction. 3. No previous experience required. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: AS 3000 and client’s specifications Codes of Practice, Legislation: Personnel, Duties and Responsibilities 1. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. 2. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site.

WMS No. 001. Page 2 of 2
Training Required to Complete Work 1. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification, risk assessment and control. 2. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading.

Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice, Electrical Practices for Construction Work. Maintenance Checks: Hand tools to be checked daily.

Plant/Equipment:

Read and Signed by All Employees on Site:

Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002

REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD
CONDUIT INSTALLATION IN THE GROUND Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment
Sun exposure Tripping

WMS No 002 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal

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Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description
1.Check area for other services and confirm locations of any gas lines, power cables, telephone cables, water or sewer lines and tree roots. 2. Check layout and mark out 3.Excavate trenches

Risk Levels
2 3

Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)
Use skin protection (3.4) Ensure are is clear (1.5) Ensure location of other services is confirmed and appropriate access permits obtained. Ensure area is clear (1.5) . Wear safety footwear (3.4) Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.7) Ensure trenches are as even and flat as practical (5.3) Barricade work area Provide shoring, benches or battering in accordance with WorkCover requirements (5.2) Provide warning lights if necessary overnight Comply WorkCover requirements (5.2) Implement risk management procedures (1.7) Confirm any existing installations are dead. Follow Standard Working Procedures (3.6) Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.7) Ensure area is clear (1.5)

Tripping Manual handling Falling in trenches Trench collapse Services damage

3 2 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 2 3

4.Lay conduit

Fire and explosion Personal injury Electric shock Confined spaces Manual handing Tripping

5. Restore ground to client’s specifications

RISK LEVELS:

CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW)

* To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No.) where applicable

WORK METHOD STATEMENT:

CONDUIT INSTALLATION IN GROUND
Personnel, Duties and Responsibilities 1. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. 2. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site.

WMS No. 002.

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Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice under the supervision of a qualified Supervisor. 2. Appropriate industry induction.

Training Required to Complete Work 1. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification, risk assessment and control. 2. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading.

3.No previous experience required. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals:

Barricades to be used as appropriate Codes of Practice, Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice, Electrical Practices for Construction Work. Maintenance Checks: Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. Batteries for warning lights.

Engineering details to include depth of trenches in accordance with AS 3000 and client’s specifications. Plant/Equipment: Hand tools for trenching, barricades, warning lights. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site:

Use goggles fro eye protection.4) Ensure drill bits are sharp Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3) Use fall protection where appropriate (3. Electric Shock Debris and noise from drilling WMS No 003 Page 1 of 2 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Risk Levels 3 1 3 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1.5) Wear safety footwear (3.4) Restrict traffic Mobile scaffolds locked (5.2) Use minimum drilling speed consistent with effective work.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD CONDUIT INSTALLATION IN WALLS AND CEILINGS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Tripping and exposed nails.4) Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.5) Wear safety helmet (3.4) Use only correctly tagged equipment (4. Check equipment is tagged 3.3) EWP Certificate Struck by falling objects Falling 2 2 RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. Secure fixings and supports Recommended Actions * (Clause No. Check layout and mark out 2.) Ensure area in particular walkways are clear (1.) where applicable . suitable respirator and hearing protection (3.

Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. WMS No. EWP in accordance with manufacturers recommendations.EWP Certificate Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: Installation to comply with AS 3000 and clients specifications. Page 2 of 2 Training Required to Complete Work 1. Plant/Equipment: Portable tools. 2. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. 3. 3. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. . EWP training if using EWP. EWP Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: Codes of Practice. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. Appropriate industry induction. risk assessment and control. 003. Maintenance Checks: Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. 2. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading.WORK METHOD STATEMENT: CONDUIT INSTALLATION IN WALLS AND CEILINGS Personnel. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. 2. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. Duties and Responsibilities 1. Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. ladders.

eye injuries. Check layout and mark out 2.4) Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.5) Wear safety footwear (3. falls Manual handling Burns and fires from cutting and welding 2 2 2 2 2 RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No.3) Use fall protection where appropriate (5.4) Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.4) Ensure drill bits and sharp. Use eye and hearing protection Use gloves (3. Ensure workpiece is clamped.3) Follow manual handling risk control procedures (1.) Ensure are a in particular walkways are clear (1.4) Use appropriate eye protection (3.6) 3.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD CABLE AND LADDER TRAY INSTALLATION Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Tripping and exposed nails Debris and noise from drilling WMS No 004 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Page 1of 2 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1. Use PI respirator if appropriate(3. Secure ladders or trays to support 5.3) Use fall protection where appropriate (3. cuts and abrasions Cuts and abrasion from sharp edges Working at heights.7) Follow Hot Work procedures (4. Secure fixings and supports using correct size bolts and fixings Risk Levels 3 2 Recommended Actions * (Clause No.4) Use minimum drilling speed consistent with effective work.5) Use gloves (3. Remove sharp edges and protruding fixings Noise. Cut ladders or trays to fit using drop saw or 100mm angle grinder 4.) where applicable .

EWP Training if using EWP. No previous experience required. ladders. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. . 2. EWP. Maintenance Checks: Hand tools to be checked daily. 3. EWP Certificate Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: AS 3000 and client’s specifications. Duties and Responsibilities 1. 2. risk assessment and control. Appropriate industry induction. welder. drop saw. 4. WMS No. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: Training Required to Complete Work 1. Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice.WORK METHOD STATEMENT: CABLE AND LADDER TRAY INSTALLATION Personnel. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. 3. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. 004 Page 2 of 2 Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. grinder. Plant/Equipment: Portable drill. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. 2. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. Codes of Practice.

Protect al openings to risers 6.4) Use fall protection as appropriate (3.) where applicable . Check location to drawing and reference to specification layout and mark out. Check for confined spaces 4. falling objects Restricted working space Work restrictions Falling Objects falling Risk Levels 3 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Recommended Actions * (Clause No. Check for adequate lighting 5.) Ensure area in particular walkways are clear (1.5) Wear safety footwear (3. Install warning signs 2 2 3 2 2 RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. Check for access to riser and have clear working are 3.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD WORKING IN RISERS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Tripping and exposed nails Falling. 2. “DANGER MEN WORKING ABOVE” WMS No 005 Page 1 of 2 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1.5) Provide training and use entry permit when appropriate Implement Confined Space Procedure if necessary Use supplementary lighting if necessary Builder to provide protection Using appropriate sign eg.4) Wear safety helmets with chin straps (3.

. Duties and Responsibilities 1. 2. 3. 005 Page 2 of 2 Training Required to Complete Work 1. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. risk assessment and control. WMS No.Confined space training. 2. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: Codes of Practice. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. 1. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. Maintenance Checks: Hand tools to be checked daily. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice under a qualified Supervisor. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: AS 3000 and client’s specifications Plant/Equipment: Portable tools.WORK METHOD STATEMENT: Personal Qualifications and Experience WORKING IN RISERS Personnel. 4. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. Appropriate industry induction. No previous experience required. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. 3. 2. Confined space training if applicable .

3) WMS No 006 Page 1 of 2 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1. 3. When ascending or descending a ladder keep two hands and one foot on the ladder. Do not use damaged ladders. Select appropriate ladder with regard to compliance with the relevant part of AS 1892 and the work to be done. Position ladder to ensure stability. Increase this distance as working heights increases.3) Always face the ladder.3) Angle of ladder should be nominally 1in 4 (5.3) Position ladders a minimum of 1 metre from edges of slabs or floors. Falling Falling 2 2 RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. (5.3) Fall protection to be used when working above 1. 2 Inspect the ladder for condition.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD USING PORTABLE LADDERS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Electric shock Risk Levels 1 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Recommended Actions * (Clause No. Straight or extension ladders to be secured at top and bottom.8m (5. Ladders needs to extend 1 metre above landing level and to be long enough to work at least 1 metre from the top (5.) where applicable .) Metal or wire reinforced ladders shall not be used for any electrical work (5. (5.3) Inspect ladders.

Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: Training Required to Complete Work 1. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. risk assessment and control. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: Maintenance Checks: Ladders to be checked daily. 006 Page 2 of 2 Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. Appropriate industry induction. No previous experience required. Duties and Responsibilities 1. 2. 2. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. 3. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified Electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. Plant/Equipment: Ladders complying with the relevant part of AS 1892. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. . WMS No.WORK METHOD STATEMENT: USING PORTABLE LADDERS Personnel. 2. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. Codes of Practice.

(5.9) Implement manual handling risk control procedures(1.1. Recommended Actions * (Clause No. 7. (3.3) Use ladder or platform appropriately. Install light fitting base or bracket and terminate cabling or plug into lighting socket.4) Electric shock Falling 4. 3. Receive lights on site and confirm correct numbers and types 3.5) Wear safety foot wear Keep lifting area clear of people. Check layout and mark out.) where applicable . Confirm cabling requirements. Isolate and fit danger tags as appropriate (3.2) Ensure power tools and leads are tagged (4.) Ensure area in particular walkways are clear (1.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLING LIGHT FITTINGS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Tripping and exposed nails Struck by falling objects Manual handling Electric shock WMS No 007 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Risk Levels 3 2 2 1 Page 1 of 2 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1.3) Use ladder or platform appropriately. Complete the fitting of any other parts. Confirm fitting is secure and installed to specifications. (5.3) Use gloves. (4. 5. 2. Clear area and remove isolation danger tags Falling Falling 2 Hand injuries 3 1 2 2 RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) *To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. 6.7) Test and confirm cables before commencing work.2) Use ladders or platforms appropriately (5.

Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. leads and ladders. 007 Page 2 of 2 Training Required to Complete Work 1. 1. WMS No. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: Codes of Practice. Appropriate industry induction. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. 2. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified Electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. 2. EWP Training if using EWP. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: AS 3000 and client’s specifications. Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. Plant/Equipment: Portable drill. Duties and Responsibilities 1. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. . No previous experience required. 3.WORK METHOD STATEMENT: Personal Qualifications and Experience INSTALLING LIGHT FITTINGS Personnel. 3. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. risk assessment and control. Maintenance Checks: Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. 2.

Receive switchboard on site including test certificates. Clean area Risk Levels N/A 3 N/A Recommended Actions * (Clause No. Transfer switchboards to installation location 6.5) Wear safety footwear (3.) Ensure Area in particular walkways are clear (1. 8. Confirm installation specifications.4) N/A 2 2 2 2 2 1 3 RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. 3. 2.6.7) Carry out pre-commission test and isolation procedures (6. Prepare installation area and confirm adequate space including door swing for maintenance. 5.7) Use mechanical handling equipment (4.9) Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLATION OF SWITCHBOARDS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment N/A Hand injuries. Commission switchboard 9.4) Use suitable gloves (3. tripping and exposed nail N/A Falling objects Manual handling Falling objects Manual Handling N/A Manual handling Electric shock.3. 4. Arrange for crane or other mechanical handling equipment if needed.4) N/A Keep lifting area clear of people (4. Mark out location ensuring coordination with other services.4) Use suitable gloves (3.) where applicable . explosion Hand injuries WMS No 008 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Page 1 of 2 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1.7) N/A Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.9) Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1. 7. Install switchboard to manufacture’s and client’s specifications.

Personnel.WORK METHOD STATEMENT : INSTALLATION OF SWITCHBOARDS Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. ladders. WMS No. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. Appropriate industry induction. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. Duties and Responsibilities 1. No previous experience required. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals Codes of Practice. 2. AS3000 and client’s specifications Plant/Equipment: Portable drills. 008 Page 2 of 2 Training Required to complete work 1. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. 2. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: . Maintenance Checks: Mechanical handling equipment to be check in accordance with Statutory and manufacturer’s requirements. 3. appropriate mechanical handling equipment. Legislation Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. 2. risk assessment and control.

Install rollers on other protection to client’s specifications.3) Use fall protection as appropriate (3. Confirm cable supports on conduits have been installed to specifications. Check location to drawing and specification layout and mark out 2.4) Use toll in accordance with manufacturer’s instruction Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.7) Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1. Cut any excess cable and seal exposed ends to manufacturer’s recommendations 8.) where applicable .4) N/A Refer to WMS 004. 4.) Ensure area is clear (1.3) Use fall protection as appropriate (3. Install cable manually with rope or winch as appropriate to client’s specification.7) Use suitable gloves (3. 3. cable and ladder tray installation Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5. 6.5) RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. Install cable stands to client’s specifications. 5.5) Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1. Risk Levels 3 N/A 2 2 2 2 3 2 Recommended Actions * (Clause No. 7. Confirm cable specification and condition. Locate/dress cable to fix in position to client’s specification.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLATION OF PYROTENAX (MIMS) CABLE Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Tripping and exposed nails N/A Falls Falls Manual handling Manual handling Hand injuries Falls WMS No 009 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Page 1 of 2 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1.5) Wear safety footwear (3.

No previous experience required. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: AS 3000 and client’s specifications Plant/Equipment: Manufacture’s recommended tools. risk assessment and control. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: . Codes of Practice. 2.WORK METHOD STATEMENT: INSTALLATION OF PYROTENAX (MIMS) CABLE Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. 3. Maintenance Checks: Hand tools to be checked daily. Duties and Responsibilities 1. Appropriate industry induction. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. Legislation: Personnel. 2. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified Electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. 009 Page 2 of 2 Training Required to Complete Work 1. Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. 2. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. WMS No.

Clean area.) Keep lifting area clear of people (4. Check drawings to confirm loom locations and specifications. Confirm socket locations and fixings to client’s specification 7.7) Use tool appropriately N/A Use only correctly tagged equipment (4. Label each loom with distribution board and circuit number. 8. RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No.3) Wear suitable gloves (3. Install circuit feeds and switch wires to client’s specifications.3) Use only correctly tagged equipment (4. Install looms to client’s specifications.4) 5. 2.9) Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLATION OF LIGHTING LOOMS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment N/A Struck by falling object Manual handling Hand injuries N/A Electric shock Falls Falls Electric shock Falls Hand injuries WMS No 010 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Page 1 of 2 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1. sizes and numbers. 6. 3.) where applicable . Receive cable and sockets bases on site and confirm correct types.2) Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.2) Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5. Construct lighting looms to client’s specifications. Risk Levels N/A 3 2 3 N/A 1 2 2 1 2 3 N/A Recommended Actions * (Clause No.3) Use ladders in accordance with WMS006 (5. 4.

Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: AS 3000 and client’s specifications Plant/Equipment: Portable tools. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. 2. Duties and Responsibilities 1. 2. Appropriate industry induction. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: . No previous experience required. Page 2 of 2 Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. Codes of Practice.WORK METHOD STATEMENT: INSTALLATION OF LIGHTING LOOMS Personnel. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. 2. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. 010. risk assessment and control. ladders Training Required to Complete Work 1. Maintenance Checks: Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. WMS No. 3. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified Electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000.

2) Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 WMS No 011 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Page 1 of 2 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1. Receive cable supports on site confirming correct type.2) Keep lifting area clear of people (4.5) Ensure power tools and leads are tagged (4. 5. Confirm tightness of fixings 6. Check location to drawing and specifications 2. size and number 3.4) Keep lifting area clear of people (4. Mark out route of cable supports to specifications confirming clearance of other services 4.) where applicable .Company Name REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLATION OF CABLE SUPPORTS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Tripping and exposed nails Struck by falling objects Manual handling Falling 2 Electric shock Falling Falling 2 Struck by falling objects Falling 2 2 3 Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.9) Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.5) Use suitable gloves 1 2 Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5. Install cable supports Risk Levels 3 2 2 Recommended Actions * (Clause No. Install supports to client’s specifications supporting as necessary and using correct size bolts. Clean area Hand injuries RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No.) Ensure area is clear (1.2) Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3) Use fall protection as appropriate (3.7) 7.3) Use fall protection as appropriate (3.7) Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006(5.5) Wear safety footwear (3.

EWP Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: Training Required to Complete Work 1. WMS No. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified Electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. 2. Duties and Responsibilities 1. Maintenance Checks: Hand tools to be checked daily. 011. Page 2 of 2 Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. 2.WORK METHOD STATEMENT: INSTALLATION OF CABLE SUPPORTS Personnel. No previous experience required. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. . Appropriate industry induction. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: AS 3000 and client’s specifications Plant/Equipment: Portable drill. EWP Certificate 4. Codes of Practice. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. risk assessment and control. 3. EWP in accordance with manufacture’s recommendations. 2. Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. EWP Certificate if using EWP. ladders. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. 3.

5. 3.1) Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.Company Name REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLATION OF MAINS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment N/A N/A N/A Falling objects Manual handling Electric shock Electric shock Electric shock Electric shock Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 WMS No 012 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Risk Levels N/A N/A N/A 2 2 1 1 1 1 N/A N/A N/A Page 1 of 3 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1.1) RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide fro Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. Terminate new mains to specifications. Obtain Supply Authority Certificates and check drawings.) Keep lifting area clear of people (4. 6. Recommended Actions * (Clause No.7) Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1) Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.7) Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1. Remove existing mains terminations if applicable. Install mains to specifications. Receive mains on site. 8. Liase with Supply Authority to coordinate to supply.1) Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.) where applicable . 4. 7. Coordinate shutdowns with client. Shut down and install DANGER Tags. 2.

1) N/A N/A Follow Standard Working procedures. Remove DANGER Tags. Confirm installation to drawings and specifications and ensure connections are tight. Clean area. 13. Recommended Actions * (Clause No. Liase with Supply Authority for inspection and test.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLATION OF MAINS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Electric shock Hand injuries Electric shock N/A N/A Electric shock Hand injuries WMS No 012 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Risk Levels 1 3 1 N/A N/A 1 3 Page 2 of 3 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 9. 15. 14. 12. (Chapter 6) Use tools appropriately (5. Test installation.4) Confirm DEAD and identify cables before commencing work (6. 11. Install signs or labels as required.) Confirm DEAD and identify cables before commencing work (6. Energise supply.) where applicable .6) RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide fro Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No.1) Wear suitable gloves (3. 10.

2. EWP Certificate 4. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. Legislation: Personnel. 2. 3. 3. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. ladders. EWP training if using EWP. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. Plant/Equipment: Portable tools. 012 Page 3 of 3 Training Required to Complete Work 1. Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification.WORK METHOD STATEMENT: INSTALLATION OF MAINS Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. Appropriate industry induction. EWP in accordance with manufacturers recommendations. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. Duties and Responsibilities 1. WMS No. risk assessment and control. No previous experience required. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: Installation to comply with AS 3000 and clients specifications. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. 2. . EWP Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: Codes of Practice. Maintenance Checks: Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily.

4) Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6. Confirm switchboard meets and has been installed to specifications 2.1) RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No.) Hand injuries Electric shock N/A Hand injuries Electric shock 3 1 N/A 3 1 Use suitable gloves (3.1) N/A Use suitable gloves (3. Confirm cables to be connected meet specifications and all cables have been installed. Check any specific requirements have been met.4) Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLATION OF SWITCHBOARD CONNECTIONS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment N/A N/A WMS No 013 Page 1 of 3 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Risk Levels N/A N/A N/A N/A Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1. Mark each conductor prior to removing any secondary insulation. Group conductors of like destinations and fix into a loom system 7. Align and terminate each conductor into its correct location. Group cables together as they enter switchboard and fix with cable ties. Separate cables into groups of like destination. 6. Seal or plug any unused cable entries. Recommended Actions * (Clause No. 5. 4.) where applicable . 3.

11. Recommended Actions * (Clause No.. Confirm all circuits have been completed and DANGER TAG any incomplete circuits. 12.4) N/A Follow safe work practices (6. Complete records. Install labels.3) N/A RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. signs or markings as required. Check and tighten all terminations and connections. 13. Confirm phase rotation of all 3 phase equipment. 10.1) N/A N/A Use suitable gloves (3.) Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6. Test and commission switchboard using relevant procedures.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLATION OF SWITCHBOARD CONNECTIONS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Electric shock N/A N/A Hand injuries N/A Electric shock N/A WMS No 013 Page 2 of 3 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Risk Levels 1 N/A N/A 3 N/A 1 N/A Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 8. 14.) where applicable . 9. Clean switchboard. Confirm installations meet specifications.

013 Page 3 of 3 Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. risk assessment and control. Appropriate industry induction. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. leads and ladders. 2. EWP Training if using EWP. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: AS 3000 and client’s specifications. Plant/Equipment: Portable drill. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified Electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. 3. Duties and Responsibilities 1. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. 3. Maintenance Checks: Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. . Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: Training Required to Complete Work 1. WMS No. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. 2.WORK METHOD STATEMENT: INSTALLATION OF SWITCHBOARD CONNECTIONS Personnel. Codes of Practice. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. No previous experience required. 2.

5. 4. or complete switchboard with client. 3.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLATION OF NEW WORK IN EXISTING SWITCHBOARDS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment N/A N/A Electric shock N/A Electric shock WMS No 014 Page 1 of 3 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Risk Levels N/A N/A 1 N/A 1 N/A N/A Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6. 2. Fit DANGER TAGS to isolation devices.1) Follow Standard Working Procedures (Chapter 6) Test and identify cables before commencing work (6.1) Follow Standard Working Procedures (Chapter 6) N/A Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6. 7.) where applicable . Test that work area has been safely isolated. Arrange isolation of section of. Electric shock Electric shock 1 1 RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. Isolate section of. install insulating barriers. Check and tighten all terminations and connections.1) Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1) Follow Standard Working Procedures (Chapter 6) Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1. Recommended Actions * (Clause No. or complete switchboard. Check drawings and specifications.) 6. Complete installations to client’s specification.

signs or markings as required. 10. 12. 13.) where applicable .4) Follow Standard Working Procedures (Chapters 2 and 6] Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 8. Test and commission new installation following relevant procedures. Fit DANGER TAGS to any incomplete work. 9. Recommended Actions * (Clause No. Confirm installation to client’s specifications. Confirm phase rotation of all 3 phase equipment.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLATION OF NEW WORK IN EXISTING SWITCHBOARDS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment N/A N/A N/A Hand injuries Electric shock WMS No 014 Page 2 of 3 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Risk Levels N/A N/A N/A 3 1 N/A N/A N/A Wear suitable gloves (3. Clean work area. Complete records. 11.) N/A N/A RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. Install labels.

3. Codes of Practice. WMS No. Duties and Responsibilities 1. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. 2. 014 Page 3 of 3 Training Required to complete work 1. Appropriate industry induction. EWP in accordance with manufacturer recommendations. risk assessment and control. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: . EWP Certificate 4. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: Installation to comply with AS3000 and client’s specifications Plant/Equipment: Portable tools. 2. EWP training if using EWP. EWP 3. Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. 2 Supervisor to be certified as a qualified electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. Maintenance Checks: hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. Personnel. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site.WORK METHOD STATEMENT : INSTALLATION OF NEW WORK IN EXISTING SWITCHBOARDS Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. No previous experience required. ladders. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards.

5) Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.1) Use suitable gloves (3. Electric shock Hand injuries Electric shock N/A Electric shock Hand injuries 1 3 1 N/A 1 3 RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) . Test installation 8. Effectively insulate both ends of all cables near any live parts. Check location to drawings and specification layout and mark out 2. 3.Company Name REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLATION OF SUBMAINS Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Tripping and exposed nails Electric shock N/A Falls Manual handling Electric shock Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 WMS No 015 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Risk Levels 3 1 N/A 2 2 1 Page 1 of 2 Revision Date Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1.5) Wear safety foot wear (3. Install cable to client’s specifications.6) Wear suitable gloves (3. Isolate main switchboard and install DANGER TAGS. 10.4) Connections to the main switchboard to be made ONLY when it is CONFIRMED DEAD (6. Install signs or labels are required. Terminate sub mains to specifications. CONFIRMED DEAD before making any connections (6.7) Ensure that no bare conductors can contact any live parts.1) N/A Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5. Remove DANGER TAGS 9. Confirm cable specifications and condition. Restrain the ends of all cables near any live parts. Energise main switchboard.) Ensure area is clear (1. Plan installation so as to work towards the main switchboard. 6.4) 5. 4. Clean area 7.1) N/A Follow Standard Working Procedures (Chapter 6) Use tools appropriately (5.4) CONFIRMED DEAD and identify cables before commencing work (6. Recommended Actions * (Clause No.3) Use fall protection as appropriate (3.

3. Plant/Equipment: Portable drills. Duties and Responsibilities 1. Codes of Practice. 015 Page 2 of 2 Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. EWP Certificate.) where applicable WORK METHOD STATEMENT : INSTALLATION OF SUBMAINS Personnel. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading.* To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide fro Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. Appropriate industry induction. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. 3. Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. risk assessment and control. appropriate mechanical handling equipment. 2. WMS No. Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. 2. EWP in accordance with manufacture's recommendations. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: AS 3000 and client’s specifications Training Required to Complete Work 1. 4. EWP training if using EWP. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: . ladders. 2. No previous experience required. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. Maintenance Checks: Mechanical handling equipment to be checked in accordance with Statutory and manufacturer’s requirements. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification.

7) Ensure that no bare conductors can contact any live parts.3) Use fall protection as appropriate (3.4) Connections to the main switchboard to be made only when it is CONFIRMED DEAD (6.1) N/A Follow Standard Working Procedures (Chapter 6) Use tools appropriately (5. 4. Isolate main switchboard and install DANGER TAGS.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLATION OF POWER AND LIGHT CABLING Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Tripping and exposed nails Electric shock N/A Falls Manual handling Electric shock WMS No 016 Page 1 of 2 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Risk Levels 3 1 N/A 2 2 1 1 3 1 N/A 1 3 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1.) where applicable . Recommended Actions * (Clause No. 3.4) CONFIRMED DEAD and identify cables before commencing work (6. Energise main switchboard.1) N/A Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.1) Use suitable gloves (3. 10.5) Wear safety foot wear (3. Restrain the ends of all cables near any live parts. Install signs or labels are required. Terminate submains to specifications.) Ensure area is clear (1. Test installation 8. Check location to drawings and specification layout and mark out 2. Plan installation so as to work towards the main switchboard. Electric shock Hand injuries Electric shock N/A Electric shock Hand injuries RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. Confirm cable specifications and condition. 6. Install cable to client’s specifications. CONFIRMED DEAD before making any connections (6. Effectively insulate both ends of all cables near any live parts.6) 5. Remove DANGER TAGS 9. Clean area 7.5) Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.

Supervisor to be certified as a qualified electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: AS 3000 and client’s specifications Plant/Equipment: Portable drills.WORK METHOD STATEMENT : INSTALLATION OF POWER AND LIGHT CABLING Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. Appropriate industry induction. No previous experience required. WMS No. 016 Page 2 of 2 Training Required to Complete Work 1. Duties and Responsibilities 1. 2. EWP Certificate. EWP training if using EWP. Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. Personnel. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. 4. 3. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. 3. appropriate mechanical handling equipment. Codes of Practice. 2. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. EWP in accordance with manufacture's recommendations. ladders. 2. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. Maintenance Checks: Mechanical handling equipment to be checked in accordance with Statutory and manufacturer’s requirements. Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. risk assessment and control. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: . OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice.

8.4) 5.4) Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.4) Keep drill bits sharp.1) Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD INSTALLTION OF POWER POINTS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment N/A Falls Hand injuries WMS No 017 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Risk Levels N/A 2 3 N/A Ensure area is clear (1. Connect power points. 4. Confirm fittings are secure and installed to specifications 9.1) Use ladder or platform appropriately. Recommended Actions * (Clause No.) Electric shock Debris and noise from drilling Electric shock Hand injuries Electric shock Electric shock Falling Hand injuries 1 3 Use minimum drilling speed consistent with effective work. (4. Check layout to drawings and specifications and confirm client.5) Wear safety footwear. Use appropriate respirators. 1 3 1 1 2 3 RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No.3) Use fall protection as appropriate (3.) where applicable .2) Page 1 of 2 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1. Check walls. Check equipment is tagged. (3. Fit power point mounting brackets as required.3) Use suitable insulating material Use suitable gloves (3. cavities and ceilings for other services and confirm location of any water pipes. gas lines or power or telephone cables.5) Use only correctly tagged equipment. eye and hearing protection (3. Run cables. (5. 2.4) Use suitable gloves (3. 3.4) Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5. 6. (5. 7. Clear area and remove Isolation or DANGER TAGS.3) Use suitable gloves (3. Tape or insulate ends of new cable to prevent electrical contact. Use ladder or platform appropriately.

pipe detection equipment. Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: . 2. Duties and Responsibilities 1. 3. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. Codes of Practice. 3. WMS No. 2. 017 Page 2 of 2 Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. Training Required to complete work 1. risk assessment and control. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. No previous experience required. Appropriate industry induction. Maintenance Checks: Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. 2. Plant/Equipment: Portable drill. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification.WORK METHOD STATEMENT : INSTALLATION OF POWER POINTS Personnel. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. EWP Training if using EWP Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: AS3000 and clients specifications. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. leads and ladders.

sharp edges grip. distances. forces. hot/cold. Identify characteristics: (a) The object to be handled. stability. PPE & C. reaching. ages. disabilities. bulk. cold. weight. floor surfaces. If team lifting.) where applicable . Frequency. Sizes.) WMS No 018 Page 1 of 3 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD MANUAL HANDLING Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Risk Levels Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Recommended Actions * (Clause No. balance. training and physically matched 2 Complete Risk Identification as in Appendix 1. 2 Complete Risk Identification as in Appendix 1. (b) The task. twisting. shapes. access. hot. RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. Complete Risk Identification as in Appendix 1. Space. 2 2 Complete Risk Identification as in Appendix 1. bending. hazard awareness. training. b (c) The working environment (d) The individuals involved. New. lighting.

sharp edges. lighting.) where applicable . grip. training and physically matched. Size. and handling techniques. reaching. cold. (b) The people. ages.) Page 2 of 3 Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 2. PPE & C. shape. accurate placement. RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. new. hot.Company Name REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD MANUAL HANDLING Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Risk Levels WMS No 018 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Recommended Actions * (Clause No. Assess characteristics of: (a) The working area. Heights. (d) The object. floors. chairs. stretching. Sufficient. 2 Complete Risk Identification as in Appendix 2. stability. weight. twisting. 2 2 Complete Risk Identification as in Appendix 2. bulk. c (c) The actions of people. hazard awareness. and access. Complete Risk Identification as in Appendix 2. bending. training. space. Posture. disabilities. If team lifting. 2 Complete Risk Identification as in Appendix 2.

Company Name REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD MANUAL HANDLING Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Risk Levels 2 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Recommended Actions * (Clause No. Control hazards using the Hierarchy Personal injuries and property of Control and measures damage. RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No.) Formulate action plans to include  What is to done. and  Monitoring and reviewing the outcomes.  Who will be responsible for completion. WMS No 018 Page 3 of 3 Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 3.  When will the work be completed.) where applicable . developed from 1 and 2.

audile alarm. Recommended Actions * (Clause No. hydraulics. Barricade working area.5 m/sec Isolate as required. Personal injuries 6. tie tools on. Use machine only on stable. residual current device and earth continuity between earth pin and machine frame. Use parachute harness with lanyard and shock absorber. erect signs. Personal injuries 2 RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. and secure objects left at height. Secure working area. Prevent falls. tyres.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD WORKING WITH BOOM HOISTS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Machine failure. personal injury Electric shock Machine instability Personal injuries WMS No 019 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Risk Levels 2 1 2 2 2 Page 1 of 2 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1. Check surfaces on which the machine is to be used. and warning lights Check general purpose outlet. Trip test RCD. Use the machine only in wind less than 12. Enter or exit bucket only while lowered. 3.) Check logbook. 5. level surfaces in accordance with the manufactures instructions.) where applicable . Check services in work area. Ensure attachment point is appropriate. Stay wholly within the bucket at all times. 2. 4. Check that machine is safe to use mechanically. Check electrical equipment on machine.

Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. Training Required to Complete Work 1. Maintenance Checks: Maintenance to be carried out in accordance with the manufacture's schedule. 2. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. risk assessment and control. Appropriate industry induction. 2. Duties and Responsibilities 1.WORK METHOD STATEMENT: WORKING WITH BOOM HOISTS Personnel. 2. WMS 019 Page 2 of 2 Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. 4. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified Electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. 3. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. Operators to hold appropriate Certificates of Competency. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: Codes of Practice. No previous experience required. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: . Plant/Equipment: Boom hoists to be checked in accordance with the manufacture's instructions.

Recommended Actions * (Clause No. Personal injuries.5 m/sec. Electric shock. Falling. WMS No 020 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Risk Levels 2 Page 1 of 2 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1. tie tools on. 2 RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. Personal injuries. and secure objects left at height.) Place appropriate sole boards under standards. Ensure safe distances are maintained from conductors. Overturning. Stay wholly within the scaffold at all times. Check surfaces on which the scaffold is to be used. level surfaces in accordance with the manufacture’s instructions.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD USING MOBILE SCAFFOLDS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Unstable ground.) where applicable . erect signs. Personal injuries. Isolate as required. Scaffold instability. Check services in work area. Use appropriate fall protection. Erect scaffold in accordance with the manufactures or supplier’s instructions. 1 2 2 2 2. Ensure handrails are fitted as erection proceeds. Observe safe work procedures. Wear appropriate personal protective equipment. 5. 6. Secure working area. Collapse. Use fall protection as appropriate. Use the scaffold only in wind less than 12. Ensure SWL is observed and wheels are locked when in working position. Use scaffold only on stable. Barricade working area. 4.

Maintenance Checks: Maintenance to be carried out in accordance with the manufacture's schedule. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: Codes of Practice. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. Training Required to Complete Work 1. Duties and Responsibilities 1. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified Electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. 3. Appropriate industry induction. 2. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. Erectors to hold appropriate Certificates of Competency. No previous experience required. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: . Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. 2. risk assessment and control.WORK METHOD STATEMENT: USING MOBILE SCAFFOLDS Personnel. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. 4. Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. Plant/Equipment: Scaffolds to be checked in accordance with the manufacture's instructions. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. WMS 020 Page 2 of 2 Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. 2.

Dismantle scaffold in accordance with the manufacture or supplier’s instructions. Overturning. 2. Personal injury. Ensure safe distances are maintained from conductors. Remove lower ties only when the scaffold is dismantled down to that level.Company Name REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD DISMANTLING MOBILE SCAFFOLDS Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Falling objects.) where applicable . Personal injury. Ensure ropes for lowering equipment are securely tied. Barricade working area and erect signs. RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. WMS No 021 Page 1 of 2 Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/3/2002 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 1. Risk Levels 2 1 2 2 2 Prepared By: Matt Reed Project Manager Company Personal Recommended Actions * (Clause No. Wear appropriate personal protective equipment. Secure working area. Electric shock.) Ensure work platform is clean prior to dismantling.

Duties and Responsibilities 1. All personnel to maintain a tidy work site. risk assessment and control. Personnel. Electrical Practices for Construction Work. Supervisor to carry out daily inspections of work site for hazards. WMS 021 Page 2 of 2 Training Required to Complete Work 1. Supervisor to be certified as a qualified Electrical Supervisor by the Department of Fair Trading. OHS Regulation 2001 and Code of Practice. No previous experience required. Appropriate industry induction. 2. 3. Legislation: Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000. Minimum of trades assistant or apprentice working under a qualified Supervisor. Plant/Equipment: Maintenance Checks: Read and Signed by All Employees on Site: . 2. 2.WORK METHOD STATEMENT: DISMANTLING MOBILE SCAFFOLDS Personal Qualifications and Experience 1. Supervisor to be trained in hazard identification. Erectors to hold appropriate Certificates of Competency. Engineering Details/Certificates/WorkCover Approvals: Codes of Practice. 4.

WMS No 0023 Page 1 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description 4. 2 Highly flammable. 1 3 3 Hazardous to environment 3 Risk Levels Prepared By : Matt Reed Project Manager: Company Personal Recommended Actions * (Clause No. RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No. Use suitable (solvent resistant) gloves. Use safety goggles if risk of eye contact exists. Thin blue or clear liquid with solvent odour. Avoid contaminating drains and water-ways.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/10/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD BOSTIK SOLVENT CEMENT TYPE ‘N’ FAST Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Harmful by inhalation. Keep away from sources of ingnition –no smoking. 5.) Ensure adequate ventilation. Brush applied solvent based adhesive for unplasticised pvc pipe and fittings. Use respiratory protection – organic vapour cartridge mask or air supplied system. Irritation due to skin and eye contact.) where applicable .

) Keep away from sources of ignition – no smoking WMS No 0022 Page 1 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description Aerosol marking paint for spot marking of surfaces. 2 Harmful by inhalation. 2 Risk Levels Prepared By : Matt Reed Project Manager: Company Personal Recommended Actions * (Clause No. RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No.) where applicable .Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/10/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD FLOURO SPOT MARKING PAINT Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Highly Flammable.

) Ensure adequate ventilation. Risk Levels 2 Prepared By : Matt Reed Project Manager: Company Personal Recommended Actions * (Clause No. WMS No 0026 Page 1 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description Coloured or translucent non-flowing paste with oxime odour. RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No.) where applicable .Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/10/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD SILICONE – INDUSTRIAL GRADE Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Harmful by inhalation.

) WMS No 0025 Page 1 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description Cable pulling lubricant (thick yellow emulsion – odourless).) where applicable .Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/10/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD SLIPRY LOOB Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Minimal Risk Levels N/A Prepared By : Matt Reed Project Manager: Company Personal Recommended Actions * (Clause No. RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No.

) WMS No 0024 Page 1 Project: All Sites Applicable Client Distribution Work Method Description Aerosol Spray Paint Spray earth bond Irritation & burning to eyes.) where applicable . Highly flammable. 1 Use respiratory protection. Harmful by inhalation. Use safety goggles. RISK LEVELS: CLASS 1 (HIGH) CLASS 2 (MEDUIM) CLASS 3 (LOW) * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 2001 (Clause No.Company Name Work Method Statement Issue Date 1/10/2002 REEDS ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD ZINC IT Revision Date Revision No Section Client OHS Risk Assessment Risk Levels Prepared By : Matt Reed Project Manager: Company Personal Recommended Actions * (Clause No. 2 1 Keep away from sources of ignition.