This SafeWork NSW White Card is a prerequisite qualification for this course.
This study assignment is designed to assist learners to qualify for the following competency: UEENEEE141A Use of routine equipment/plant/technologies in an energy sector environment.
This study assignment must be completed and submitted to your teacher by the submission date specified. Commence and complete this assignment as soon as possible to allow for marking and any corrections required.
After completing this study assignment, return it to your TAFE Teacher for marking.
1 Introduction to SafeWork NSW. 4
2 Risk Management. 5
3 Personal Protective Equipment. 8
4 Construction Work. 9
5 The Safe Wok Method Statement. 10
Construction Site Access. 15
Element 1: Prepare to use routine equipment, plant and technologies. 17
1.1: Instructions in the use of routine equipment, plant or technologies are communicated and confirmed to ensure clear understanding. 17
1.2 OHS policies and procedures are communicated and confirmed to ensure they are understood as they apply in the carrying out of the work. 20
1.3 Tools, equipment and personnel protective equipment necessary for the work are identified, scheduled and checked to ensure they work correctly as intended and are safe to use in accordance with established procedures. 20
1.4 Appropriate personnel are consulted to ensure the work is coordinated effectively with others involved. 21
1.5 Resources and materials needed to do the work are confirmed, scheduled and obtained in accordance with established procedures. 22
1.6 Schedule of work including practices for working safely are confirmed in accordance with instructions and requirements. 23
Element 2: Use routine equipment, plant and technologies. 28
2.1 OHS policies and procedures and safe work practices are followed to eliminate or minimise incidents. 28
2.2 Routine equipment, plant or technologies are used in accordance with schedule of work to ensure work is completed in an agreed time, to a quality standard and with a minimum of waste. 29
2.3 Further instructions are sought from appropriate personnel in the event of unplanned happenings or conditions. 29
2.4 Ongoing checks of work quality are undertaken in accordance with instructions and requirements. 30
Element 3: Complete use of routine equipment, plant and technologies. 30
3.1 Final checks are made to ensure the use of routine equipment, plant or technologies conforms with instructions and to requirements. 30
3.2 Appropriate personnel are notified of completion of the work using routine equipment, plant or technologies. 31
3.3 Tools, equipment and any surplus resources and materials are, where appropriate, cleaned, checked and returned to storage in accordance with established procedures. 31
3.4 Work area is cleaned up and made safe and sustainable energy practices are followed. 32
3.5 Appropriate records are updated in accordance with instructions and established procedures. 34
Introduction to SafeWork NSW.
SafeWork NSW is the NSW government body that focuses on workplace safety.
Go to this web page: https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/about-us. Find the information required to complete the following sentence by adding the missing words:
The Work health and safety roadmap for NSW 2022 (Roadmap) is aimed at everyone to enable the continued reduction in ____ fatalities ___ and ____ serious injury ___ and ____illness ___ in NSW. It sets out agreed priorities to keep safety simple while focusing on the important risks that will reduce harm.
Go to this web page: https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/99123/whs-roadmap-revised-aug-2018-SW08067.pdf. Find the information required to complete the following sentence by adding the missing words:
NSW has met and exceeded the targets of a ____20% decline in worker fatalities and a _____30% decline in both serious injuries, illnesses and musculoskeletal injury and illness. Accordingly, the Government has set more ambitious targets. By 2022 NSW aims to achieve the following results: ???
What results? From the same web page, list the three target areas that SafeWork NSW is focusing on for 2022. Also list the goals set by SafeWork NSW:
1: _____ fatalities
2: ______serious illness and injuries
3: ______serious musculoskeletal injuries and illness
Go to this web page: https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/legal-obligations/legislation. Find the information required to complete the following sentence by adding the missing words:
We administer, provide advice and monitor and enforce ______ compliance ____ with the Work Health and Safety ACT act 2011 ____ and the Work Health and Safety ______ 2017 ____..
Go to this web page: https://legislation.nsw.gov.au/view/html/inforce/current/act-2011-010#sec.47. What does the NSW WHS Act 2011 say about the obligation of an employer (PCBU) to consult with workers on WHS issues? Add the missing words to complete the sentence:
The person conducting a business or undertaking must, so far as is reasonably practicable, ____ consult ____, in accordance with this Division and the regulations, with ____ workers _____ who carry out work for the business or undertaking who are, or are likely to be, directly affected by a matter relating to work health or safety.
Go to this web page: https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0013/50071/Work-health-and-safety-consultation,-cooperation-and-coordination-COP.pdf Refer to P.6 of this pdf to answer the following question:
This duty to consult is based on the recognition that worker input and participation improves _____decesion______-_____making______ about health and safety matters and assists in reducing work-related injuries and disease. The broad definition of a worker under the WHS Act means a PCBU must consult with employees and anyone else who carries out work for the business or undertaking. A PCBU must consult, so far as is reasonably practicable, with ___contractors_____ and ____sub-contractors____ and their employees, on-hire workers, outworkers, ___apprentices_______, ______trainees_____, work experience __students_____, volunteers and other people who are working for the PCBU and who are, or are likely to be, directly affected by a health and safety matter.
Go to this web page: https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/legal-obligations/employer-business-obligations/managing-hazards-and-risks. Study the info on this page then list the three steps in Risk Management:
1: _________ Identify hazards in the work place _______________________________
2: _________ Access the risk those hazards can create __________________________
3: _________ Eliminate or minimize those risk as much as possible ________________
Go to this web page: https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/446028/hierarchy-of-controls-SW09182.pdf. List the preferred method to control hazards. Also list other methods if the preferred method is not possible:
Hazard ___ Control Measures _____ is the preferred method to control hazards. If this preferred method is not possible, other hazard control methods include:
1: _______ ADMINISTRATION _________________________________
2: _______ ENGINEERING CONTROLS ___________________________
3: _______ PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTS (PPE) _____________
If risks remain, the possible impact on people must be controlled using ______ PPE _____.
When engaging in Risk Management, it is wise to refer to the Codes of Practice published by SafeWork NSW.
The RHS photo shows the cutting and chasing of a wall in preparation for the installation of an electrical pipe and electrical outlets.
Refer to the following web page and list all Codes of Practice that relate to this work activity:
1: ____ Construction work ____________________________________
2: ____ First aid in work place _________________________________
3: ____ Hazardous manual task ________________________________
4: ____ Managing noise and preventing hearing loss _______________
5: ____ Managing electrical risks _______________________________
6: ____ How to manage work health and safety risks _______________
7: ____ Managing the risk of falls in housing construction .___________
8: ____ Managing then risk of plant in the work place _______________
Download these Codes of Practice for future reference when completing assignments.
This SafeWork NSW web page provides info on the Hierarchy of Risk Control Measures :
Provide examples of the following:
Change working environment. Like instead of working at heights we should move it to ground levels.
Using manhole lid seal breaker or using powered mechanism instead of manual handling.
Using powered tools instead of manual tools.
Installing screens or barriers to hazardous area.
Providing training. Team induction or toolbox meeting. Using signages and warning signs.
Mask, Hearing protection, safety boots, gloves and
Personal Protective Equipment.
The illustrations below represent some of the PPE items commonly used by tradespeople including electricians.
In the table below, list the PPE items required to cut and chase a wall as shown in previous illustrations. Also specify the reason these PPE items are essential:
Because of vibration
Prevents for loud noise
Prevents from bits and piece
Prevents from dust particles
Prevents from small bits
Refer to this web page: https://legislation.nsw.gov.au/view/html/inforce/current/sl-2017-0404#ch.6. Use the info on this web page to fill in the missing words:
Part 6.1 Preliminary: 289 Meaning of construction work.
(1) In this Chapter, construction work means any work carried out in connection with the ___ construction ___, _____ alteration ____, conversion, fitting-out, commissioning, renovation, repair, maintenance, refurbishment, demolition, decommissioning or dismantling of a _____ structure ___.
Go to this web page: https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/your-industry/construction/construction/general-requirements-accordians/prepare-safe-work-method-statement. Use info on this web page to fill in the missing words:
Take into account all relevant matters, including circumstances that may affect the work and work health and safety management plans that may be prepared in connection with a construction project. If the SWMS is not followed, stop work immediately and only recommence when the statement can be followed. The SWMS must be understandable to those who use it and should outline:
the ____ work _____ involved
the _____ hazards _________ and ______ risk ________
the ___ control ___________ measures and how they will be implemented, monitored and reviewed
Give a copy of the SWMS to the principal contractor before the work commences. Keep a copy available for inspection and readily accessible to workers until the work is completed, or for at least two years if there is a notifiable incident. The SWMS must be reviewed and, if necessary, revised when control measures are changed after a notifiable incident.
The Safe Wok Method Statement.
A sample of the SafeWork NSW SWMS template appears below, Note the Headings on each of the three columns:
All workers must read and sign Safe Work Method Statements. This is a SafeWork NSW requirement:
Because work methods change (possibly with the introduction of new technology) and because workers may wish to suggest improved work or safety strategies, there is a need to review SWMSs. The above SafeWork NSW pdf emphasises this. Note the extract below:
This SafeWork NSW pdf that introduces the SWMS also lists the high risk construction work where the SWMS is mandatory. Because the SWMS provides documented evidence of Risk Management plans and the acknowledgement of all workers of the steps required to work safely, many organisations mandate the use of SWMSs for other work activities not regarded as high risk by SafeWork NSW. You therefore need to familiarise yourself with SWMSs and how to complete them.
SafeWork NSW penalties also encourage PCBUs to implement very effective safe systems of work and to document them. This is another reason why PCBUs may require workers to adhere to SWMSs. The current fine for a PCBU in breach of Sections 31 or 32 of the WHS Act extends to 3465 penalty units x $102.95 which equals $356,722. Fines against workers tent to be lower.
Go to this web page: https://legislation.nsw.gov.au/view/html/inforce/current/act-2011-010#sec.33
Scroll to Division 5 Offences and Penalties. Read Note 33 – Category 3 Offences. Assume an individual worker (not a PCBU) commits a Category 3 offence. How many Penalty Units apply?
A person commits a Category 3 offence if:
(a) the person has a health and safety duty, and
(b) the person fails to comply with that duty.
Maximum penalty: (a) in the case of an offence committed by an individual (other than as a person conducting a business or undertaking or as an officer of a person conducting a business or undertaking): _________ penalty units.
The 4 figure for a Penalty Unit was $100 but the NSW Government has linked Penalty Units to the CPI and this will cause an annual increase. Assume that a Penalty Unit is now $$102.95. Multiply the number of Penalty Units by $$102.95 to determine the fine for a Category 3 breach of the NSW WHS Act.
The following page illustrates a SWMS designed to enable an optical fibre cable to be safely terminated into a Fibre-Breakout-Out-Tray (FOBOT). This worked example and the MSDS info will help you to complete an SWMS exercise later in this paper. It involves the use of cement. A few points when preparing to write a SWMS:
Start by noting the task steps in their correct sequence on a separate sheet.
Review docs such as Instruction Manuals, Codes of Practice and MSDS Sheets etc to ensure you identify all possible hazards.
Before you complete the SWMS exercise (that involves the use of cement) later in this paper, read this: https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/resource-library/hazardous-chemicals/crystalline-silica/crystalline-silica-general-fact-sheet
A blank SWMS Sheet appears on the next page. To familiarise yourself with the SWMS, complete this sheet to provide a Step-by-Step process to enable fencing wire entangled around a lawnmower cutting disk to be safely removed.
After an electrician fixes the electrical pipe and wall boxes into the chased wall, your task is to mix mortar using sand and cement to grout the cavity around the pipe. You must produce an effective SWMS before commencing this activity. Before using any substances, you must obtain the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) from its manufacturer for each substance that you will use. To perform this activity, you will need to study the MSDS for cement. This MSDS can be found here:
Also consider the Hierarchy of Risk Controls. Refresh your memory: https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0006/446028/hierarchy-of-controls-SW09182.pdf.
A number of sections in MSDS contain critical information that needs to be included in our SWMSs. Study this MSDS sheet located at the web page above to complete the table below.
MSDS SHEET SECTION No:
Identification of the Material and Supplier.
Now list the Section Nos that contain critical info that needs to be included in a SWMS to be used before grouting around the pipe that you chased into the wall:
Keep all of this info for the future SWMS.
Construction Site Access.
Construction Projects must be controlled by a Principle Contractor. Refer to this pdf to answer the following questions: https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0014/52151/Construction-work-COP.pdf
What is Construction work? Give a brief description:
____ According to the WHS Regulation any work carried out in connection with the construction, alteration, fitting out, commissioning , renovation, repair, maintenance , and refrubrishment, demolition, decommissioning or dismantling of structure. It can be commercial, civil or housing
What is Construction Project? Give a brief description:
_____ A construction project is the project that involves construction work where the cost of construction works $250,000 or more. A construction project covers the activities in volved in the construction work over the point where the construction project is handed over to the person who commissioned it. The handover usually takes place at the practical completion of the project, for example when the house is considered habitable and the buyer or owner takes possession ______
When is a Principle Contractor required?
_______ Each time when we get construction project Principle Contractor is required. And there can be only one principle contractor for each construction project . __________________________________________________________________________
The Principle Contractor has significant WHS obligations. Refer to the Construction Work COP and find the relevant paragraph to fill in the missing words:
Although a principal contractor or builder may not be present on site, they must still ensure
the work is being carried out __safely____. The principal contractor or builder should check the
subcontractors __ work ____ _ procedure ___ and any __ SWMS ____ (if relevant) to ensure risks associated with the work are addressed and then __ visit __ the site as necessary to verify the work is being carried out __ safely __. In every case, individuals are expected to take reasonable _ care __ for their own __ safety ___ and that their acts do not adversely affect the health and safety of others.
When a worker arrives at a Construction Site seeking access to perform work, it is typical to be met by a person in charge of site security who will direct the worker to the site administration office where qualifications and accreditations will be checked. Workers will require three different WHS qualifications before they are granted access to the construction site. One essential qualification required before entering a construction site is the White Card more correctly known as General Construction Induction qualification. What are the other two qualifications required? Refer to this web page pdf to identify them and their purpose and complete the table below:
Related Knowledge and Skills.
White Card training provides workers with information relating to general WHS issues. The need for WHS. Risk Management. How to complete a SWMS. etc.
Element 1: Prepare to use routine equipment, plant and technologies.
You are studying to obtain the competency relating to Code UEENEEE141A. The title for this code is:
Use of routine equipment/plant/technologies in an energy sector environment . When you researched the topic of Codes of Practice above you would have discovered and downloaded the following pdf: https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0019/52156/Managing-the-risks-of-plant-in-the-workplace-COP.pdf
Note that the word plant appears in both the title for the UEENEEE141A competency and also in the Code of Practice. What is meant by the word plant ? Refer to p. 5 in the code. You will see Clause 1.1. Heres an extract:
Note that Power Tools are included as plant . Electricians use many electrical tools on a daily basis. These tools are capable of causing severe injuries if misused. Misuse includes the use of tools contrary to Manufactures Instructions or contrary to accepted safe practices within the industry. The removal of a safety guard is certainly an unsafe practice. The failure to wear the required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is also an unsafe practice. Using a power saw or an angle grinder in a single handed manner is also unsafe. These are a few examples that must be considered when formulating the WHS policies to be enforced in the workplace.
1.1: Instructions in the use of routine equipment, plant or technologies are communicated and confirmed to ensure clear understanding.
Assume that you are a Licensed Electrical Contractor and that you have just employed an apprentice. In this instance, SafeWork NSW will no doubt regard you as the PCBU. You are about to issue a work task to your apprentice. But before you do, you need to ensure that your apprentice has been fully trained to the extent that this person is able to perform the work safely and this means without causing any injury. The task to be completed includes the use of a hammer drill to chisel out concrete between two cuts in a concrete wall. Refer to the RHS photo:
What checks will you make to ensure that this hammer drill is safe to use?
When you check power tools to ensure that they are safe to use, dont forget to check that they have been tested and tagged to meet SafeWork NSW standards: Study this web page to answer the following question: https://www.safework.nsw.gov.au/hazards-a-z/electrical-and-power/electrical-inspection-and-testing
Who is permitted by SafeWork NSW to test and tag electrical equipment for use on work sites including construction sites?
The photo below shows the use of a hammer drill on a construction site and this means that the tool must be tested and tagged every month . After an electrical tool passes the required safety test, it is tagged with a colour coded tag. The chart below shows the tag colours used in NSW:
Where will you obtain instructions for the safe use of the hammer drill illustrated in the photo?
How will you ensure that your apprentice is able to check that this power tool is safe to use and has the ability to use this tool safely?
What PPE must be used when using this hammer drill to chisel out concrete as illustrated?
Anti-vibration gloves, safety glasses/face shield, hearing protection, head protection, respiratory mask, safety boots, ____________________________________________________________________________
Study the Makita Demolition Hammer User Manual supplied. List all of the safe work practices and methods that must be used with this tool and that you will teach to your apprentice.
Visit the SafeWork NSW web site that lists Codes of Practice and list the Codes of Practice that relate to this work activity.
1.2 OHS policies and procedures are communicated and confirmed to ensure they are understood as they apply in the carrying out of the work.
How will you gather evidence of your apprentices ability to use tools safely?
After you have educated your apprentice, ensuring that they have the skills required, how will you record the fact that they have acquired the skills required to use a hammer drill safely?
1.3 Tools, equipment and personnel protective equipment necessary for the work are identified, scheduled and checked to ensure they work correctly as intended and are safe to use in accordance with established procedures.
What PPE will you issue to your apprentice to enable the work to be performed safely?
How will you ensure that your apprentice is caring for their PPE and that it is in good working order? How will you record store this data? Paper records? Video evidence? Other?
How will you ensure that your apprentice is adhering to the safety standards, policies and rules?
The use of this hammer drill will produce noise. Neighbouring offices house workers. How will this impact upon your scheduling of this work task? Visit the EPA and LGA web sites and document laws relating to noise pollution regulations:
Apart from the hammer drill and PPE, what other tools and equipment might be required to complete this task? Include tools required to finish off the work to an acceptable standard.
1.4 Appropriate personnel are consulted to ensure the work is coordinated effectively with others involved.
Looking at the RHS photo and focusing on the type of tool in use, what service needs to be available at this construction site to enable the tool to be used?
This worker is a labourer. To ensure effective Project Management, what trade will follow after this job is complete? And what steps will you take to ensure timely progress?
1.5 Resources and materials needed to do the work are confirmed, scheduled and obtained in accordance with established procedures.
Looking at the photo above that illustrates the cutting and chasing of a wall, make a full list of tools, PPE and material required by this worker to complete the task:
To remove debris, restoring work site to a clean state.
For cutting chase in a wall.
To dig through through the rock- filled dirt.
To place cement mortar.
To remove the settled mortar from the wall.
To protect feet if tool is dropped our debris falls.
To protect your hands for any vibration syndrome.
To prevent the hammered objects struck back to your face.
To protect your ears from load and continuous noise.
To protect your head from falling objects.
In the table below, list all materials required to complete the job illustrated in the photo. Also assume that this worker is supervised by an electrician. After cutting and chasing the wall, what are the next logical steps and what materials will be required to complete them?
To house power cables.
1.6 Schedule of work including practices for working safely are confirmed in accordance with instructions and requirements.
Assume that you are the supervisor organising for this cutting and chasing work to be completed. The work is at an industrial complex to be constructed of precast concrete walls. Refer to the following pdf and search for info on Cutting and Chasing precast concrete walls.
What does this pdf state relating to Cutting and Chasing precast concrete walls?
Given that this pdf appears to have no name or date or claim to authority, what document will you access to verify the CCAA extract above and to ensure adherence to Australian Law? Fill in the missing word to answer this question: The ___________ Code of Australia. Refer to the following:
Now answer the following questions:
Who will you need to liaise with to enable this work to proceed?
What essential work activities must be completed before arranging for the walls to be cut and chased for power pipe and cabling?
What tools and materials need to be gathered for issue to the worker who completes this task?
Assume you are undertaking the task and your electrician / supervisor instructs you to complete the Risk Management activity required for the task of rendering over the pipe after it has been chased into the wall. L:ist the three Risk Management steps:
Before commencing the work, what action will you take if you encounter unclear work tasks?
What action will you take if you discover hazards that are beyond your control? Eg: Assume that the channel extends up a wall to a height of 3m. Address this and all other possible hazards.
You previously studied an MSDS Sheet for cement power. You have adhered to your electrician / supervisors instructions to fix the AS/NZS3000 specified pipe into the wall to the correct depth etc. You are now required to complete a SWMS that is capable of keeping you safe as you mix mortar and grout around the pipe fixed into the channel in the concrete wall.
Use the blank SWMS on the following page to complete this exercise. There is a spare SWMS on Page 22 in case extra room is required. Also feel free to construct youre a replica SWMS using a spreadsheet if youd prefer to avoid hand writing.
Think carefully about this exercise to ensure that you are able to perform the work safely. For example, omitting PPE mandated on an MSDS Sheet would be difficult to explain if a supervisor or an Inspector dropped unannounced and started asking questions. Your SWMS must be capable of keeping all workers safe. SafeWork NSW Inspectors might use an injured worker as evidence of an unsatisfactory SWMS or Risk Management activity or WHS Management Plan.
Think about the task of mixing concrete and working from ground level to a height of 3m to grout around the pipe. Study the information on this web page:
Now describe how SafeWork NSW legislation will impact upon the use of specialist equipment to complete this job:
What steps might the supervisor take to enable the worker to complete this grouting work, taking into consideration the specialised equipment that will be required to complete this task, and the fact that staff may not possess the licence required to operate this equipment? Also list possible options open to the supervisor:
Having considered all of these issues, now produce a SWMS that will enable staff to grout around a pipe into a channel chased into a masonry wall from 1400mm above floor height to the top of the wall at a height of 3m. Remember – use the extra SWMS blank is if extra lines are required.
Element 2: Use routine equipment, plant and technologies.
2.1 OHS policies and procedures and safe work practices are followed to eliminate or minimise incidents.
Assume that you are the experienced worker on this job site and that you are supervising two workers with very little work experience. They have their White Cards and they have been trained in the required work procedures including the safe use of tools to be used. Explain how you will monitor and document compliance to WHS rules and your process to escalate your intervention if workers fail to comply:
When the apprentice attempts the work task for the first time (and maybe a time or two after that). what level of supervision will you provide to ensure the work is performed in a safe manner?
Before the apprentice commences work, what safety document must be studied and signed?
Your apprentice might encounter a situation not listed on the SWMS. What policy will you insist upon in such a circumstance?
After your apprentice has demonstrated an acceptable competency level, how will you ensure that they are adhering to the SWMS and other safety policies?
2.2 Routine equipment, plant or technologies are used in accordance with schedule of work to ensure work is completed in an agreed time, to a quality standard and with a minimum of waste.
Assume that your job is small. The length of the cut and chase is 1.5m. What common tools could be used? And what consumables are required?
Now assume multiple cut and chase locations throughout a factory complex. What specialist equipment might be used to aid in the timely completion of the job and to meet Project Management Milestones? This web page should help:
2.3 Further instructions are sought from appropriate personnel in the event of unplanned happenings or conditions.
To assist workers on the job, make a list of possible unplanned happenings and the appropriate personnel to be contacted for each event. Some info is provided to assist. Complete the table:
You must contact:
All Unplanned events:
Your Supervisor at Cut & Chase Co.
2.4 Ongoing checks of work quality are undertaken in accordance with instructions and requirements.
Assume that you are the supervisor. Construct a Check Sheet to be used when you visit the workers to ensure the quality of their work and that they are working safely.
(Add info that indicates OK or not OK)
Element 3: Complete use of routine equipment, plant and technologies.
3.1 Final checks are made to ensure the use of routine equipment, plant or technologies conforms with instructions and to requirements.
When apprentices complete jobs, how will they measure their work to ensure it meets the requirements of Cut & Chase Co and the customer?
3.2 Appropriate personnel are notified of completion of the work using routine equipment, plant or technologies.
When you inspect the completed work task, what will you check to ensure that the work is fit for purpose? And what actions need to be taken to finish the job to a professional standard?
When the walls are cut and chased to customer requirements, and pipes are fixed in the channels with the assistance of a supervising electrician, what documentation needs to be submitted?
3.3 Tools, equipment and any surplus resources and materials are, where appropriate, cleaned, checked and returned to storage in accordance with established procedures.
List the power tools used on this job and the basic service / cleaning activity required before they are packed away in their cases and returned to the Cut & Chase Co store:
3.4 Work area is cleaned up and made safe and sustainable energy practices are followed.
List the equipment to be used to clean up the work site after cutting and chasing activities.
List all hazards associated with the clean-up activities.
List the PPE required to complete the clean-up activities.
Refer to the Hierarchy of Risk Control, listing alternatives from this hierarchy to safely control hazards as you clean up the work site.
Create a SWMS to identify the task steps involved in work area clean-up, associated hazards and control measures required. The SWMS sheet appears on the following page:
3.5 Appropriate records are updated in accordance with instructions and established procedures.
The illustration below represents the location of the office desk in the factory unit requiring two power outlets (one at each end of the desk) and at a height of 900mm above the floor to provide easy access. Given that these pipes will be totally concealed after rendering, complete the diagram below to accurately identify the location of pipes. Include ALL measurements. Include the Factory Unit No and the direction that the wall is facing (N, E, S or W).
There may be a need to access the concealed pipe in the future, perhaps for the purpose of repair or to remove a blockage. After completing the job, who will receive copies of this plan from you?
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Not at all. All papers are written from scratch. There is no way your tutor or instructor will realize that you did not write the paper yourself. In fact, we recommend using our assignment help services for consistent results.
We check all papers for plagiarism before we submit them. We use powerful plagiarism checking software such as SafeAssign, LopesWrite, and Turnitin. We also upload the plagiarism report so that you can review it. We understand that plagiarism is academic suicide. We would not take the risk of submitting plagiarized work and jeopardize your academic journey. Furthermore, we do not sell or use prewritten papers, and each paper is written from scratch.
You determine when you get the paper by setting the deadline when placing the order. All papers are delivered within the deadline. We are well aware that we operate in a time-sensitive industry. As such, we have laid out strategies to ensure that the client receives the paper on time and they never miss the deadline. We understand that papers that are submitted late have some points deducted. We do not want you to miss any points due to late submission. We work on beating deadlines by huge margins in order to ensure that you have ample time to review the paper before you submit it.
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You fill all the paper instructions in the order form. Make sure you include all the helpful materials so that our academic writers can deliver the perfect paper. It will also help to eliminate unnecessary revisions.
Proceed to pay for the paper so that it can be assigned to one of our expert academic writers. The paper subject is matched with the writer’s area of specialization.
You communicate with the writer and know about the progress of the paper. The client can ask the writer for drafts of the paper. The client can upload extra material and include additional instructions from the lecturer. Receive a paper.
The paper is sent to your email and uploaded to your personal account. You also get a plagiarism report attached to your paper.
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Essay Writing Service Features
Our ExperienceNo matter how complex your assignment is, we can find the right professional for your specific task. Nursing Area is an essay writing company that hires only the smartest minds to help you with your projects. Our expertise allows us to provide students with high-quality academic writing, editing & proofreading services.
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How Our Essay Writing Service Works
First, you will need to complete an order form. It's not difficult but, in case there is anything you find not to be clear, you may always call us so that we can guide you through it. On the order form, you will need to include some basic information concerning your order: subject, topic, number of pages, etc. We also encourage our clients to upload any relevant information or sources that will help.Complete the order form
Once we have all the information and instructions that we need, we select the most suitable writer for your assignment. While everything seems to be clear, the writer, who has complete knowledge of the subject, may need clarification from you. It is at that point that you would receive a call or email from us.Writer’s assignment
As soon as the writer has finished, it will be delivered both to the website and to your email address so that you will not miss it. If your deadline is close at hand, we will place a call to you to make sure that you receive the paper on time.Completing the order and download