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Do you need a safety construction plan?

Do you need a safety construction plan?

Jones XL - Security Plan
The Olympic Corridor Railway Station Appearance Upgrade Scheme.
"A dangerous undertaking, but I delivered a safety plan to allow for the roofing to be replaced safely. This plan is still used by CityRail to this day."
Barry Jones MD

The construction industry is consistently found to be the main industry for fatal injuries to workers. Construction hazards, materials and equipment used, greatly differ depending on the type of construction work being carried out. It is essential when undertaking any major construction work that a meaningful and comprehensive safety plan is in place.

Here are the top ten risks and hazards from working on construction sites:

•Working at height.
• Moving objects.
• Slips, trips, and falls.
• Noise.
• Hand arm vibration syndrome.
• Material and manual handling.
• Collapsing trenches.
• Asbestos.
• Electricity.
• Airborne fibres and materials.

We specialise in delivering comprehensive & detailed safety plans for commercial construction, demolition and infrastructure construction. Our highly skilled and experienced safety risk management team deliver best practice safety management systems to both Government and corporate Australia.

For expert advice call 1300 556 379 or Email