Air conditioning installation Risk Assessment
A comprehensive Risk Assessment for air conditioning installation, highlighting the potential risks and control measures to reduce the likelihood of injury occurring.
This document is:
- Recognised by local authorities
- Recognised by principal contractors
- Suitable for CDM sites
- Approved by H&S managers
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Some sample text from this document reads:
‘Falling from height (ladders)
Serious or fatal injury could occur if a worker falls from height
• Non access ladders should be used in conjunction with ladder stays, a securing device or a person footing the ladder
• Access ladders should be extended one metre above platform
• Ladders in good condition, placed on a firm surface, and have a pre use check prior to use and a thorough visual check every six months
• Ladder is used at correct angle of 1 in 4, or 75°
• Avoid over reaching and ensure that belt buckle remains between the ladder stiles at all times with both feet on the same rung
Manager to conduct tool box talk on working at heights prior to work commencing'
Health and safety advice for small business | By HSEDocs.
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