Testing and Tagging SWMS (2021 Compliant)

$44.00 incl. GST

CLICK HERE TO VIEW SAMPLE OF VERSION A

CLICK HERE TO VIEW SAMPLE OF VERSION B

This SWMS relates to the testing of portable electrical equipment where power is supplied through a socket. Works involving setting up worksite, use of tools and equipment, consultation, undertake/confirm worksite risk assessment, check operation of test equipment, ensuring isolation of equipment to be tested, undertaking visual and physical inspection of equipment to be tested, test earth continuity and insulation resistance, tagging, record keeping and dealing with faulty equipment. This SWMS does not include testing electrical circuits, portable generators, or medical electrical equipment nor any equipment connected to medical electrical equipment in a medical electrical system.

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  • Fully Editable

Suitable for electrotechnology trades including:

Compliant in all Australian States and New Zealand

This product includes the following documents:

 

  • Test and Tagging SWMS
  • Job Safety Analysis / SWMS Cover Sheet
  • Safe Work Method Statement Letter

 

 

SWMS should be simple and easy to understand. At NECA we also understand the Subcontractors must prepare their SWMS to suit head contractors’ formats and wanted to make this easier for you guys, so our new SWMS format now comes in 2 styles:

Style A – Blue in colour, will be the simplest format that closely resembles the Safe Work Australia SWMS template. Everything not needed in a SWMS has been removed and stripped out. These are designed to be easier to read for your employees.

Style B – Gold in Colour, is a more complex format with addition information added to help members pass their principal contractors SWMS checklist.

Both formats hold the same safety content, they It just provide you with a better starting point, closer to what your head contractors wants today. This saves you time and headaches.

 

The documents in this pack are not aimed to meet all your legislative requirements but assist you in establishing an initial Safe Work Method Statement framework that can be built upon over time.

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