Site Tig Welding to Hydrocarbon Lines Confined Space

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1. Work Activity or Task: Site Tig welding and grinding to hydrocarbon lines in the Culverts. ( Confined Space)| Location/Project: Pit #2 Culverts| SWMS Prepared by: Nathan O’Brien | Job N°: | SWMS N°: PFM- 011| SWMS Revision: 00 | Date: 20/02/2012 | Supervisor in Charge: Signature: | Proof of all Inductions, Competencies & Qualifications obtained before starting the job| OH&S General Construction, Mt Arthur & MAC20 Inductions, Competent Workers & relevant certification (where required)| Legislation:| WHS Act 2011 - OH&S Regulations 2001Coal Mines H & S Act 2002 - Coal Mines H & S Regulations 2006Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 | SWMS reviewed by person responsible (i.e. Team leader / Supervisor / HSEC coordinator):| Name: | Position/Competence/License:| Date:| Codes of Practice Required:| 2. Precautions: | 3. Hazard Identification: Identify by ticking items on the list below.| PERMITS| CONFINED SPACE| ADDITIONAL| HIGH RISK| HIGH RISK| ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS| Authority to Work| | Difficult Entry/Exit| | Gloves (types): Riggers| | Trenches/ Collapse| | Suspended loads| | Air Pollution| | Spills to ground| | Isolation| | Oxygen Deficiency| | Goggles| | Falling Objects| | Poor visibility| | Noise| | Soil Erosion| | Site Excavation| | Oxygen Excess| | Full face shield| | Remote Area| | Inhale dusts/fibres| | Spills drains/waterways| | Hazard to flora/fauna| | Working at Heights| | Poisonous Gas Present| | High visibility Clothing| | Poor Lighting| | High noise levels| | Steel/Copper| | Other| | Hot Work| | Engulfment| | Harness C&A 6| | Potential Rescue| | No Communication| | HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES| MSDS’s| High Voltage Access| | Temperature Extremes| | Fall arrest systems| | Trip Hazards| | Ladders | | Welding electrodes| | Confined Space| | Biological Hazards| | Barricades & Signs| | Slippery Surfaces| | Cranes | | Compressed Argon| | Portable Electric Equipment| | Explosive Gas Present| | Ventilation| | Manual Handling| | Near over head lines| | | | Other| | Rescue Plan Drafted| | Respirator / Dust mask| | Electrical Hazards| | Radiation| | | | SPECIAL ISSUES| Lighting| | Multiple Electrical| | Traffic Interaction| | | | | Scaffolding to access| | Sharp Materials| | Rail movement| | EQUIPMENT REQUIRED| | Fire Extinguishers| | Tools & equipment| | Flammable materials| | Static Plant| Mobile Plant| Safety/Emergency| | Personal locks or tag| | Weather (Wind/Rain)| | Pneumatics| | Welder| | Fire extinguisher| | Group Isolation| | Moving Equipment| | Pressurised fluids| | | | First aid kit| | Welding Screen/s| | Elevated work platform| | High Voltage| | | | | | Welding Shield| | Working at Heights| | Live rails| | | | |

CONSEQUENCES
1 Low: Short-term temporary inconvenience or symptoms, no medical treatment; environmental nuisance, limited temporary damage to immediate, low significance environment.

3 Minor: Medical treatment injury, short-term reversible disablement; minor short-term effects on local environment, or small area of limited significance.

10 Moderate: Serious injury with some permanent disablement; moderate widespread short-term impact on local environment of limited significance.

30 Major: Single fatality, serious injury with severe permanent disablement; serious widespread, medium-term environmental harm to local environment, some ecosystem impairment.

100 Critical: Multiple fatalities, major irreversible health effects to > 50 people; major widespread, long-term environmental harm to significant environment or ecosystem.

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