This Asbestos Safety – Working in Roofs Safe Work Method Statement is a detailed process that shows you how to work inside an existing structure’s roof space with non-friable asbestos containing material (ACM) and includes the common risks that you need to be wary of.
This is a guide for how to work inside an existing structures roof space with non-friable asbestos containing material that is ready to use once you have downloaded it from your email.
All you need to do is fill in your company details such as ABN, worksite details and associated risks.
Then just print and add it to the other processes that make up your OHS procedures.
This process for how to work inside an existing structures roof space with non-friable asbestos containing material has multiple uses. It can be used at OHS inductions, as an important addition to your toolbox talks and even for your tender applications.
The information that is contained in this Work Method Statement consists of:
- The recommended personal protective equipment
- Notes for Safety
- Planning how to work inside an existing structures roof space with non-friable asbestos containing material
- The proper preparation for working inside an existing structures roof space with non-friable asbestos containing material
- The things you need to know for a pre-operational inspection
- How to work inside an existing structures roof space with non-friable asbestos containing material
- Emergency procedures in case you need them
- References provided
- And more.
Easy for you to use:
- The document is Microsoft Word
- You can add your information like risks and worksite details
- Tailored for specific tasks
- Staff sign off
- Emailed to you
Additional Safety Notes:
What is non-friable asbestos?
It is asbestos containing material that stays solid when it is dry and doesn’t crumble or become powder such as ceiling tiles and cement sheeting.
Asbestos contact can potentially cause illness and even fatality from mesothelioma, asbestosis and lung cancer.
Things not to do with on Asbestos:
- The removal of less that 10 square metres of ACM unlicensed does not apply to friable asbestos
- Gases or any high pressure air cannot be used either on or near ACM
- Do not use high power tools