General Prohibitions

  • Being under the influence of alcohol or illicit drugs
  • Bullying, pranks or horse play, loud radios, dogs, firearms or children

Unauthorised persons are also prohibited from:

  • Entering the site after hours or commencing any taks without prior approval by the site supervisor
  • Entering restricted prohibited areas
  • Tampering with or unlocking emergency or safety equipment such as signage, barriers or guardrails

Safety Breaches

  • Serious OHS breaches and refusal to follow OHS officer or site supervior instructions will not be tolerated and may result in instant dismissal from site

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • Safety footwear must be worn on this site at all times
  • Hard hats, hearing and eye protection must be worn where required

UV Protection

  • When working outdoors, minimise exposure to sunlight. Cover up where possible and apply SPF30+ sunscreen;
  • Wear broad brimmed hats, or hard hat fitted brims;
  • Wear well fitted long-sleeved clothing;
  • Wear close-fitting, wraparound subglasses.

Injuries, Incidents and Near Misses

  • All injuries no matter how minor, incidents, including near misses and dangerous occurances must be reported to the site supervisor and recorded in the register of injury.


  • Dispose of rubbish to designated bins or rubbish trailers
  • Keep access ways, scaffolds and work areas free from materials and tripping hazards

Working at Heights

  • Fall protection must be in place for anyone who could fall 2 metres or more eg. scaffolding, EWPs, boom lifts
  • Safety harnesses must not be used without adequate operator training, anchor points and a rescue plan

When working on a ladder make sure:

  • The ladder is suitable for the task and is of industrial grade. Domestic ladders are prohibited.
  • Do not stand higher than the third tread from the top rung (or 900mm) from the top of the ladder.

Falling Objects

  • Secure loose material such as ply, roof sheets and off-cuts against falling or pick-up by wind
  • Do not stack materials close to unmeshed guardrails and edges

Electrical Safety

  • All electrical tools, leads and equipment used on site must have a current test tag and be in safe condition
  • All extension leads must be ‘’heavy duty’’ and kept elevated on insulated stands or hooks

Plant Safety

Workers must not operate any plant or equipment, unless:

  • Fully trained and authorised to do so (holding appropriate licence or certificate if required)
  • Daily plant checks have been carried out and the plant is fitted with all the recommended safety guards and signs (report any faults to the site supervisor)


  • Scaffolds with a potential fall height of 4m or more must only be erected, altered and dismantled by licenced scaffold personnel
  • Do not remove guardrails, planks or ladders or alter/modify any part of a scaffold unless you are suitably qualified and approved to do it
  • Do not overload platforms or block access

Mobile Scaffolds

  • Use only on a hard, level surface and lock wheels (castors) before use. Never move a mobile scaffold while someone is on it. Follow the manufacturers instructions for correct erection, use and dismantling


Check oxy-acetylene equipment prior to use:

  • Flashback arrestors fitted to the outlet side of both fuel gas and oxygen regulators
  • A suitable fire extinguisher should be attached to each welding and oxy-acetylene kit
  • Gas cylinders should always be kept upright and secured


  • If you find asbestos on site do not disturb it in anyway. Report it to your supervisor. No asbestos is to be removed unless authorised by the site supervisor
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