- Crushing Demolition Material
- Basic Method Statement Kerbs and Gully Construction
- Method Statement for Construction of Manhole Chambers
- Lifting Accessories
- Forward and Rear Tipping Dumpers
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In Health and Safety | By safetyadmin | On December 30 2016 09:04 AM | Comments Off on Crushing Demolition Material
On site crushing and screening of demolition materials is now a common practice, This material is often used as fill etc for new construction and reduces material and transport costs. The crusher equipment should be hired/purchased from a reliable source and ...
In Method Statements | By safetyadmin | On August 4 2016 07:59 AM | Comments Off on Basic Method Statement Kerbs and Gully Construction
Check that the issued construction drawing is the latest revision. Kerbs 1. Engineer to set out Kerb lines, gully and manhole positions. 2. Kerb pans to be set up and concreted in accordance with the design spec. 3. String lines to be tied to ...
In Method Statements | By safetyadmin | On April 5 2016 09:07 AM | Comments Off on Method Statement for Construction of Manhole Chambers
Method Statement for the Construction of Manhole Chambers This example is for the construction of basic manhole chambers with concrete surrounds. The Engineer to set out the manhole position and carry out a CAT scan of area and dig trial holes in ...
In Health and Safety | By safetyadmin | On March 9 2016 09:47 AM | Comments Off on Lifting Accessories
Some general risk reduction measures that should be taken when slinging loads. All Lifting equipment should be checked and an Inspection Record kept. Risk Reduction can be achieved by:- Slinger/Signaler must assess all loads for size, shape, weight, and the Centre of Gravity The ...
In Risk Assessments | By safetyadmin | On February 8 2016 09:46 AM | Comments Off on Forward and Rear Tipping Dumpers
There are risks involved when operating dumpers on site, The basic steps that need to be taken to reduce these are:- Operators to be trained and Certified (No person to operate dumpers without permission) Machines to be inspected and maintained regularly and be inspected ...
In Health and Safety | By safetyadmin | On January 28 2016 11:45 AM | Comments Off on Employing young people at work
The UK HSE states that a young person is anyone under the age of 18 and under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 the employer is responsible for ensuring that any young worker is not exposed ...