Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) are a formal document that requires the work or task or job to be undertaken to be presented in a logical and safe sequence, through the process of identifying, assessing and controlling hazards and risks.
Note: These SWMS are examples and you need to ensure that you develop company/site SWMS with appropriate steps and specific hazard/risk controls relevant to your operations and tasks.
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Safe Work Method Statements documents have been updated to reflect the Australian Standards 3000 Series changes and WHS Legislative changes.
Ensure your SWMS have been updated to reflect all the Legislative changes and amendments since June 2017.