Pre operational checks are carried out appropriate

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Pre-operational checks are carried out Appropriate isolation and lock-out procedures are provided for maintenance Where fixed physical guards are provided, adequate provision is made for cleaning, maintenance, adjustment and repair Where setting, testing and start-up of machinery is required with the final means of safeguarding removed, interim safeguards have been provided Where it is not practical to guard machinery, a safe system of work is in place for people operating or passing in close proximity Where a presence sensing system is in place: safe system of work are documented, a clearly identified warning is provided when the guard is muted, and inspection and maintenance records are maintained Yes Operators and maintenance personnel are properly trained, and are familiar with the operation and the set-up of the machinery and able to demonstrate safety features Yes Manufacturers decals, manuals and operator instructions are readily available and in the English language Yes Asbestos safety checklist Check yes no n/a The presence and location of asbestos at the workplace has been identified Where asbestos has been identified, an assessment of risks has been conducted in accordance with the Code of Practice for the Management and Control of Asbestos in Workplaces [NOHSC:2018 (2005)] Asbestos register is available and used at the workplace where asbestos has been identified Where an asbestos register is present at the workplace, relevant people have received information and training on the contents and use of the asbestos register Yes Noise safety checklist Check yes no n/a A risk assessment on noise has been conducted where it is likely that workers are exposed to noise levels > 85dB(A) Where practical, control measures have been put in place to reduce the risk of injury as a result of noise, where exposure levels exceed 85 dB(A) Where practical, hearing protection has been provided to workers that are exposed to noise levels > 85dB(A) Workers have received information and training in relation to noise at the workplace Yes Emergency procedures safety checklist Check yes no n/a An evacuation procedure and a diagram (showing the exits) are provided and displayed in a prominent place at the workplace Yes
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Emergency egress enables safe egress in event of an emergency (doors not obstructed) Exit signs have been provided and are maintained Yes Adequate portable fire extinguishers have been provided and maintained A fire blanket is available where deep fat fryers are in use Yes An adequately stocked first aid kit is provided at a central location Yes An adequate number of people have been trained in first aid, having regard to the types of hazards and number of people in the workplace Yes Procedures are in place for isolated workers (means of communication are available and procedures for regular contact are in place with isolated workers) Yes Violence and aggression safety checklist Check yes no n/a
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  • Fall '19
  • Occupational safety and health, HARASSMENT

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