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CONTACT DETAILS
COMPANY IDENTITY: Electritech Industries
DIRECT CONTACT (MANAGER): Graham Johnston
COMPANY ADDRESS: 140 Chauncy Place
Chidlow
WA 6556
Australia
POSTAL ADDRESS: As Above
DELIVERY ADDRESS: As Above
ADMINISTRATION PHONE: 08 95721921
ADMINISTRATION FAX: 08 95723797
MANAGER DIRECT PHONE: (m) 0438 842 845
MANAGER DIRECT EMAIL: graelect@hotmail.com
ABN: 43 870 713 423
INTRODUCTION

Electritech Industries has been carrying out all types of electrical and associated works in the Western Australia area for many years.Our expertise covers many areas and we have had a great deal of experience in Electrical, Data, Telecommunications, Security, Access Control, Air Conditioning, Fire Protection, Septic Transfer Systems, Bores and Pumps, Standby Generators and Control Systems (we hold a restricted Plumber’s Licence).

As our operations history outlines in this document, I believe that we have the necessary experience, systems and personnel in place to fit with your particular requirements.

The teams we would have available for your use specialises in rapid response to all breakdown and maintenance work.

We are fully compliant with all insurances and OHS Procedures.

Please contact me with any queries or work requirements.

Graham Johnston
(Manager)

TRADE QUALIFICATIONS
Electrical Contractor
Mechanical Services

  • Manual Arts Equipment
  • Hoists and Cranes
  • Industrial Fans
  • Pressure Vessels (Air Compressors, Vacuum and Extraction devices)
  • Generators

Security Contractor

  • Security Agent
  • Security Consultant
  • Security Installer
  • Intruder Alarm Systems – Design, Installation and Maintenance
  • Duress Alarms and Alert Systems

CCTV

  • (Closed Circuit Television Systems) – Design, Installation and Maintenance

I.T. Data Systems

  • CAT 5, 6 and 7 Data Network Systems – Design, Installation and Maintenance
  • Fibre Optic Network Systems – Design, Installation and Maintenance

Telecommunications

  • Telephone Systems – Design, Installation and Maintenance
  • PABX Systems – Design, Installation and Maintenance
  • Public Address (PA) Systems

Fire Protection

  • Fire Alarm Systems – Design, Installation and Maintenance
  • Fire Service Pumps – Design, Installation and Maintenance

Bore and Pump Systems

  • Design, Installation and Maintenance

Air Conditioning Systems

  • Evaporative – Design, Installation and Maintenance
  • Refrigerative – Design and Installation
  • Fridges and Cool Rooms
  • Water Coolers

Septic Transfer Systems

  • Design, Installation and Maintenance
COMPANY BACKGROUND, POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
INDEX:
1. BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE
2. COMMITMENTS
3. STATEMENT OF HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY
4. ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
5. CONTACTS1. BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCEElectritech Industries was founded in 1996 by current Owner/Manager Graham Johnston, after serving 19 years as an Apprentice, Tradesman and then Supervisor with a large Western Australian Electrical Contracting Company. During his time, he gained valuable experience in a wide variety of skills, qualifications and management systems.Since then, Electritech Industries has made a firm commitment to provide the best service to our clients; a focal element of this being a commitment to developing a personal service relationship with our clients. The Owner/Manager, Graham Johnston, is always directly accessible by phone and is regularly on site to ensure a high quality of service, whilst maintaining a high level of communication at all times. This approach has been a key in rewarding our customers with outstanding service and hence, rewarding our business with steady growth due to client satisfaction.Electritech Industries constantly evaluates performance and implements improvement programs where necessary in the following areas:
• OHS
• Competence
• Reliability
• Quality Assurance
• Environmental Protection
• Costs.Electritech Industries has experience and expertise in:
• Training and evaluation of workers
• Work experience, Pre Apprenticeship and Apprenticeship programs
• Electrical Contracting Infrastructure Systems
• Contract supply and purchasing
• Project management systems.Electritech Industries has extensive experience in construction, maintenance and design areas and can offer a safe and effective solution to the needs of many enterprises including:
• State Government
• Local Government
• Industrial
• Commercial
• Mining
• Civil
• Manufacturing
• Agricultural.Electritech Industries has fully licensed, qualified and experienced personnel in the following areas:
• Electrical
• Data
• Telecommunications
• Electronic security
• Fire Protection
• Bores and Pumps
• Air Conditioning.Electritech Industries prides itself in providing a fully qualified, experienced and personalised service to our clients, with safety and value for money being a high priority.2. COMMITMENTS

The Electritech Industries approach to business embraces a commitment to international best practices of all areas of the company’s operations including:

• Quality Assurance
• Occupational Health, Safety and Welfare procedures
• Electrical Contracting Licences in WA
• Environmental responsibility policy
• Financial code of ethics policy
• Training and development of Electrical Workers
• Delivering the best possible service at a reasonable cost.

3. STATEMENT OF HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY

It is the policy of Electritech Industries to ensure, as far as practicable, that all employees, clients and general public are safe from injury at all times. Electritech Industries meets this commitment by instructing that work practicesand procedures comply with the ‘Acts and Regulations’ governing ‘Occupational Health and Safety’.

All personnel are regularly instructed and audited in OHS procedures and are issued with the ‘National Electrical Contractors Association Safety Handbook’, and are expected to take all measures to ensure a safe and healthy working environment, in keeping with the following defined responsibilities:

MANAGEMENT

The management of the Company has a responsibility to provide and maintain so far as is reasonably practical:

• A safe working environment
• Safe systems of work for employees, clients and the public
• Plant equipment and substances in a safe condition for operation
• Provide information, instructions and supervision to all employees in safe work practices
• Adopt measures to minimise the risk of and harmful effects of, fire and explosion
• Instruct all employees in the proper use of appropriate personal protective equipment
• Keep information and records associated with work related injuries suffered by employees
• Investigate all work related incidents
• Monitor working conditions at all workplaces that are under the direct management and control of the company and implement where necessary, policies, rules and conditions relating to Occupational Health and Safety.

SITE SUPERVISORS AND PROJECT MANAGER

Those persons with a supervisory role are responsible for ensuring that all employees under their control, so far as is reasonably practical:

• Obey the company’s Health and Safety Policy
• Immediately report any incident/injury within their area of control
• Report any health or safety hazards to management, as soon as they become aware of them
• Are not, by the consumption of alcohol or a drug, in such a state as to endanger the safety of any person or persons during the course of carrying out work on behalf of the company.

EMPLOYEES

Employees have a responsibility to ensure that no conduct shall compromise health and safety provisions, in particular they must:

• Take reasonable care to protect their own health and safety at work by obeying the company’s Health and Safety Policy
• Ensure that they do not endanger any other person or persons during the course of carrying out work on behalf of the company
• Ensure that correct use is made of all equipment provided for health and safety purposes
• Obey all instructions issued to protect their own personal health and safety and the health and safety of others
• Ensure that they are not, by the consumption of alcohol or a drug, in such a state as to endanger the safety of any person or persons during the course of carrying out work on behalf of the company
• Report or make such recommendations to their Site Supervisors / Project Managers as they deem necessary, to minimise any hazards of which they are aware regarding working conditions or methods.

4. ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY

OUR POLICY STATEMENT
Electritech Industries appreciate the direct relationship between the work we undertake and the impact this work may have on the environment and the community both today and for the future.

OUR OBJECTIVES:
• Education of our employees, thereby enabling them to appreciate the impact our actions may have on the environment.
• Utilise all our resources in the recycling of waste materials.
• Work effectively to minimise waste and reduce pollution.
• Assist in the environmental protection of our community.
• Reduce the impact of our actions on the environment by continually monitoring and where necessary modifying our work practices.
• Comply with all of the industry standards and practices.
• Monitor, review and improve our environmental management system.

OUR RESPONSIBILITY:
• To foster a better understanding of environmental issues within our company, and share the responsibility with all our employees.

CAPACITY TO UNDERTAKE WORK (METHODOLOGY)
Our Management Team consists of myself (Graham Johnston) and Office Manager (Teelah Fry). We are experienced in managing several maintenance contracts at once. Our 15 year history with BMW Wheatbelt and 11 year history with BMW Perth has left us with a solid background in managing seasonal fluctuations. Our experience working on BMW Transportable Building Relocation Services contracts for the past three years especially, has proven our ability to handle large volumes of work during School Holiday Periods. We have found that our current Tradesman/Apprentice/Trades Assistant Employee level enables us to handle varying workloads. We also have an arrangement with an Employment Agent to provide Temporary Qualified Workers if, and when, required. Our Induction and on- going training systems ensures everyone attending any of our sites are fully trained in our policies, procedures and OHS requirements and that of our customers. We have excellent buying arrangements with our suppliers and a solid financial situation, ensuring continuation of supply of both labour and materials.Our Business Management and Accounting System is Reckon Accounts 2014-2015. This enables us to efficiently manage our accounting, as well as to manage our on-site work allocation and log and track each job from point of recieval to invoicing. We have the General Manager and the Office Manager overseeing the system and implementing Quality Control. We have the highest level of on-call support for this system. We also have a Seratec Field Service/Job Tracking Management System which interfaces our Office System with our Field Technicians via PDA.
Each of our employees is equipped with a mobile phone which is data and email activated and a Seratec Field Service Management System PDA. Each of our Service Vehicles are equipped with GPS Tracking, GPS Navigation and an on-board printer.Our Office Manager has been managing our Planned Maintenance over the last 15.5 years. We have a solid record in completing contracts on time and have found that we can combine Breakdowns and Planned Maintenance effectively, so as to reduce costs and maximize efficiency. We use a proven Spread Sheet System combined with our Reckon and Seratec Electronic Job Tracking System to ensure that Planned Maintenance is commenced and completed on time. A proven record in procedures is maintained by continual evaluation, quality assurance, training and systems improvement.Our Front Office is manned by our Office Manager and our General Manager. We have installed an alert system on our email when emailed jobs are received from BMW. Jobs are accessed by our Front Office Staff as soon as they are received and allocated according to priority. Our GPS Tracking System enables us to quickly locate the nearest Service Team to the job and dispatch them as required. Our Seratec Field Service Tracking System enables us to queue jobs in order of priority and location. Seratec also facilitates real time updates on jobs as they are in progress, allowing us to plan forward with respect to procuring materials and getting them to site as quickly as required. After hours work is handled by our automated diversion system which diverts calls from the One Call Centre to our on-call Teams. We have a revolving after-hours personnel roster, which means that there is always a minimum of two tradesman available at all times.Our Service Quality Management System revolves around continual assessment of work procedures and outcomes. It begins with a full Staff Meeting (Toolbox Meeting) every morning at 7:00am, where our General Manager and all of our Field Staff go over every job undertaken on the previous day and assess the quality of service including time taken, materials used, safety procedures and customer satisfaction. Any issues are discussed and modifications are made to our systems as necessary. Secondly, during each day our General Manager and our Senior Supervising Tradesman carry out limited, random on site checks to ensure compliance with our procedures and customer satisfaction. Our Service Quality Management System rounds off with our General Manager, personally checking each invoice before submission. Materials are a major part of our assessment procedures and great care is taken to ensure that we use the best materials at the best price. Our 17 year buying history with our major suppliers has ensured that our discount rates are second to none; these savings are passed on to the customer. Being a “Master Member” of the Australian Cabler’s Association, we are constantly updated with all relevant products and installation procedures. We also insist that our Field Service Personnel log at least 5% of their working hours as Skills Improvement Time, where they can attend courses relevant to our trade or can spend time with Senior Tradesmen or Management in tuition and assessment.The safety of our staff, our customers and the general public along with environmental preservation, is a top priority at Electritech Industries. Attached is an excerpt from our Procedures Manual, with particular regard to Safety Management. It includes our objectives, policies, training and assessment programs and examples of our forms.Prior to working on any of our sites, a mandatory induction is carried out with every employee and sub contractor as follows:
• Ensure all workers are trained and competent for the work to be carried out
• Ensure full knowledge of the expectations outlined in our WHS Management Plan (attached) including all policies and procedures
• Emergency Meeting Point Locations
• Site Specific conduct rules
• Issue and use of PPE
• Hot Work requirements
• Power tool use
• Site Facilities and their use
• Handling of hazardous materials
• Site Specific Hazards
• High Risk Construction Work hazards
• Personal health drug and alcohol usage
• Use of JSA’s SWMS and
• Take 5’s.We have structured Staff Induction Systems in place for new Employees and Sub Contractors. These inductions must be repeated at 12 month intervals. We have compulsory daily Toolbox Meetings(7:00am to 7:30am each day), where issues are identified and procedures adapted. We have an in-house OHS Representative who officiates each meeting. He has Cert IV OHS Management and is constantly updated with new procedures and requirements electronically through his Course Facilitator. On a monthly basis, our OHS Representative oversees each staff member completing our Self Audit Questionnaire, which assists in identifying areas of compliance and areas of ongoing improvement of our OHS status and adherence to AS/NZS 4804. On a two yearly basis, our complete OHS Management system is reviewed and updated. Each time a new piece of equipment or material is introduced to our inventory, each Staff Member is instructed on its correct usage and safety implications.Our Safety Procedures with regard to operations on premises starts with signing in at the first point of contact, which is usually the Administration Department, to ensure our presence on site is recorded and staff are aware of who is on site, our reason for being on site and an estimated duration of our visit. We familiarise ourselves with the layout of the facility and its individual OHS requirements including Muster Points, Sensitive Areas, noise restrictions and Hot Work restrictions etc. During the undertaking of our work, we apply all of our OHS Procedures to ensure that no occupant of the facility is placed in danger, including application of Work Zone Signs, application of No Go Areas e.g. around ladders, hot work, power tools, power leads, switchboards and open Construction Areas. At all times we maintain communication to the Administration Staff as to our movements, work details and requirements. Finally, we inform Administration Staff of our completion, update them on the job status, any continuing requirements and sign out on our departure.In the case of fatalities, bodily injury, work-caused illness, dangerous event, near miss or perceived hazard, after completing any emergency action required, details of the event must be provided without delay (within 12 hours) to the Manager and the OHS Representative. This is in the form of our ‘Standard Incident Report’ which each employee and sub contractor is issued with on Induction. It requires details including names, site involved, incident details, injury or effect details, treatment or remedial action undertaken, outcomes and suggestions. If a hazard or situation arises in which the Supervisor requires assistance, he/she is required to contact the Manager and the OHS Representative for further instruction and/or site attendance as required. All ‘Standard Incident Reports’ are to be reviewed by the Manger and the OHS Representative within 24 hours of the incident and remedial action implemented without delay. If necessary, our OHS policies and procedures are then reviewed and updated as required. Any misconduct associated with any incident will be dealt with via re training and/or disciplinary action.

100% of our materials and sub contractor services are purchased from organisations which are trading within Western Australia. Wherever possible, we specify goods which are manufactured in, or services which are derived from Western Australia. Where this is not possible, we require goods and services to be procured or manufactured in Australia, lastly goods manufactured overseas.

This contract would assist us to expand our ongoing commitment to Education and Training by creating further placements for apprentices. We envisage continuing our on-going commitment to secondary schools’ Work Experience programs. Also, we offer job security to our employees and provide opportunities to participate in further education and up-skilling.

Economic benefits would be a result of our efficient systems and competitive pricing. Social benefits as a result of our Positive Workplace Enhancement would include rewarding cooperation and a friendly work environment with our company, customers and suppliers. Environmental benefits are sustained through our commitment to being environmentally responsible though procedures.

ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE CHART
G JOHNSTON
Manager / Senior Supervisor / Tradesman / OHS Representative
T Fry
Office Manager
M OGG
Supervising Tradesman / OHS Representative
C ELDER
Tradesman
A WILLIAMS
Apprentice
J PAULSON
Apprentice
CURRENT MAJOR CLIENT LIST
  • Department of Finance Building Management and Works, Perth
  • Department of Finance Building Management and Works, Northam
  • Orionstone P/L
  • AMB Holdings
  • ACG Earthmoving
  • Mainfreight P/L
  • Lake Maintenance
  • Channel 9 Perth
  • Broadcast Transmission Services Australia
  • City of Swan
  • Shire of Toodyay
  • Shire of York
INDUSTRY LICENSES, ACCREDITATIONS
Government of Western Australia Accredited
Service Provider (Building Management and
Works) Locating Maintenance Panel member
2014 – 2016
#131155
Government of Western Australia Accredited
Service Provider (Building Management and Works Regional 2012 service Alliance member)
Department of Education and Training Priority Access Employer #15388
WA Police Service Security Services Licence, Agent Installer Consultant Guard, CCTV and Electronic Security #04254
WA Police Service Security Services Licence, Agent Installer Consultant Guard, CCTV and Electronic Security #04254
Australian Master Cablers Association, Master Cabler(Communications and Fire Services) #A002654
Endorsed Optical Fibre 2014
Endorsed Structured Cabling 2014
Endorsed Coaxial Cabling 2014
Office of Energy Electrical Contractor’s Licence #04254
KEY PLANT AND EQUIPMENT
  • Fully equipped Service Vehicles
  • Fully equipped Service Trailers
  • RCD Testing Kits
  • Portable Appliance Testing Kits
  • Installation Testers
  • Infra Red Camera Kit
  • Network Analysers Data Logging (Electrical)
  • Network Tester/Certification (Data)
  • Fibre Optic Service and Connection Kit
  • Test equipment included in each Service Vehicle:
    • Insulation Resistance Tester
    • LV Clamp Meter
    • HV Clamp Meter
    • MV Earth Leakage Clamp Meter
    • Cat5/6 Data Network Tester
    • Installation Tester
    • Terrestrial and Satellite Signal Tester/Locator
    • Induction Cable Identifier
    • Cable Locator
    • Circuit Locator
    • Lighting Level Meter
    • Air Flow Meter
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5
5
5
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2
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APPROPRIATE VEHICLES
Service Vehicle No. 1 2015 Isuzu MUX 4×4 Utility Fully equipped, Service Vehicle No. 2 1997 Toyota RAV4 4×4 Fully equipped, Service Vehicle No. 3 2014 Mitsubishi Triton Dual Cab Utility Fully equipped, Service Vehicle No. 4 2015 Mitsubishi Triton Dual Cab Utility Fully equipped, Service Vehicle No. 5 2006 Mitsubishi Triton 4×4 Utility Fully equipped : All vehicles are fully prepared including tools and stock, are regularly maintained and in very good condition.
EXAMPLES OF PREVIOUS WORK

1. Organisation:Department of Finance Building Management and Works, Perth.

Nature of Contract/Scope of Works:
Breakdown Repairs, Installations and Routine Maintenance, Emergency Response.

Electrical, CCTV, Electronic Security, Bores and Pumps, Septic Transfer Systems.

50 sites plus. Schools, Police Stations, Licensing Centres, DCP Buildings.

Year:
1996 to present.

Contract Value:
Approximately $250,000 per annum.

Outcome:
Ongoing.

Personnel Worked on Project:
All Staff.

2. Organisation:

Department of Finance Building Management and Works, Northam.

Nature of Contract/ Scope of Works:
Breakdown Repairs, Installations, Project Quotation Design and Implementation, Systems Upgrading, Routine Maintenance, Emergency Response.

Electrical, CCTV, Data and Telecommunications, Electronic Security, Bores and Pumps, Septic Transfer Systems.

19 Sites. Schools, TAFE’s, Police Stations, Courthouses, Licensing Centres, DCP Buildings.

Year:
2002 to present.

Contract Value:
Approximately $180,000 per annum.

Outcome:
Ongoing.

Personnel worked on Project:
All Staff.

3. Organisation:

Homes West (Wheatbelt Region).

Nature of Contract/Scope of Works:
Breakdown Repairs, Installations, Renovations, Emergency Response.

Electrical, Telecommunications, Electronic Security, TV Systems, Bores and Pumps, Septic Transfer Systems.

Approximately 300 sites, Domestic Dwellings.

Year:
2000 to 2010.

Contract Value:
Approximately $200,000 per annum.

Outcome:
Successful Contract, Government handed over management to ‘Head
Contractor’ System in 2010. Lake Maintenance based in Sydney.
We now carry out a smaller value of the same work on their behalf.

Personnel Worked on Project:
All Staff.

4. Organisation:

Orionstone P/L (Heavy Equipment Maintenance and Rental, Mining).

Nature of Contract/Scope of Works:
Breakdown Repairs, Installations, Systems Design and Upgrade, Maintenance of Manufacturing Plant and Equipment.

Routine Maintenance, Safety Systems Compliance Design and Implementation, Emergency Response, Electrical load planning and cost forecasting.

Electrical, Data, Telecommunications, PLC Control, CCTV, TV Systems, Electronic Security, Bores and Pumps, Septic Transfer Systems.

6 Sites. Perth, Pilbara, (Queensland Limited Service).

Year:
2002 to present.

Contract Value:
Approximately $140,000 per annum.

Outcome:
Ongoing.

Personnel Worked on Project:
All Staff.

5. Organisation:

AMB Holdings (Commercial Developer, Mining and Agricultural).

Nature of Contract/Scope of Works:
Commercial Property Power Supply Systems Consultancy Design Installation and Repairs, Installations, Breakdown Repairs.

Routine Maintenance, Maintenance of Farming Plant and Equipment, Maintenance of Fuel Bowser Systems, Emergency Response, Electrical Load Planning and Cost Forecasting.

Electrical, Mechanical, Telecommunications, Bores and Pumps.

3 main sites, BGC Quarries The Lakes (Land Ownership), Voyager #1 Site The Lakes, Koobeja Angus Stud The Lakes. Various other sites under development Western Australia.

Year:
2008 to Present.

Contract Value:
Approximately $120,000 per annum.

Outcome:
Ongoing.

Personnel Worked on Project:
All Staff.

6. Organisation:

Shire of Toodyay.

Nature of Contract/Scope of Works:
Commercial Property Power Supply Systems Consultancy Design
Installation and Repairs, Installations, Breakdown Repairs.

Routine Maintenance, Emergency Response, Electrical Load Planning and Cost Forecasting.

Electrical, Mechanical, Telecommunications, CCTV, Generators, Bores and Pumps.

All Shire Sites.
Year:
2012 to present.

Contract Value:
Approximately $70, 000 per annum.

Outcome:
Ongoing.

Personnel Worked on Project:
All Staff.

7. Organisation:

Mainfreight P/L.

Nature of Contract/Scope of Works:
Commercial Property Power Supply, Systems Consultancy and design
Installation and Repairs,

Routine Maintenance, Emergency Response, Electrical Load Planning, Cost Forecasting, Data systems, CAT6 and 7 and Fibre Optic.

Electrical, Mechanical, Telecommunications, CCTV, Generators, Bores and Pumps and Security.

All Western Australian Sites.

Year:
2005 to present.

Contract Value:
Approximately $30, 000 per annum.

Outcome:
Ongoing.

Personnel Worked on Project:
All Staff.

8. Organisation:

City of Swan.

Nature of Contract/Scope of Works:
Commercial Property, Power Supply, Systems Consultancy, Design Installation and Repairs, Installations, Breakdown Repairs

Routine Maintenance, Emergency Response, Electrical Load Planning and Cost Forecasting, Data systems, CAT 6 and 7 and Fibre Optic.

Electrical, Mechanical, Telecommunications, Generators, Bores and Pumps.

All Shire Sites.

Year:
2014 to present.

Contract Value:
TBA

Outcome:
Ongoing.

Personnel Worked on Project:
All Staff.

REFERENCES
1. Referee Name: Andris Varpins
Company: Department of Finance
Building Management and
Works, Perth
08 6551 1736
Phone Number: 08 6551 1736
Nature and Dates of Contract: Please refer to item #1‘Examples of ‘Previous Work’.
Referee Name: Donna Pritulac
Company: Department of Finance Building Management and Works, Northam.
Phone Number: 08 621 3077
Nature and Dates of Contract: Please refer to item
#2 ‘Examples of
‘Previous Work’.
Referee Name: Jeffrey Pollard
Company: Homes West
Phone Number: 08 9622 1500
Nature and Dates of Contract: Please refer to item
#3 ‘Examples of
‘Previous Work’.
Referee Name: Steve Harvey
Company: Orionstone P/L
Phone Number: 08 9274 7477
Nature and Dates of Contract: Please refer to item
#4 ‘Examples of
‘Previous Work’.
Referee Name: Tenielle Nelson/AnnetteHartwig
Company: AMB Holdings
Phone Number: 08 9383 3811
Nature and Dates of Contract: Please refer toitem
#5 ‘Examples of
‘Previous Work’.
Referee Name: Graeme Bissett
Company: Shire of Toodyay
Phone Number: 08 95749300
Nature and Dates of Contract: Please refer to item
#6 ‘Examples of
‘Previous Work’.
Referee Name: Susie Meechan
Company: Susie Meechan
Phone Number: 08 9453 8714
Nature and Dates of Contract: Please refer to item
#7 ‘Examples of
‘Previous Work’.
Referee Name: Vic Mancini
Company: City of Swan
Phone Number: 08 9267 9249
Nature and Dates of Contract: Please refer to item
#8 ‘Examples of
Previous Work’.
SPECIFIED PERSONNEL

Please Note: We have designated these roles specifically for your field of work, to allow for hands on participation, particularly by Senior Staff. If we are successful, the following Staff Members will be dedicated specifically to your work, as we highly value site specific knowledge and familiarity.

Name Graham Johnston
Role: Contract Manager
Quality Assurance
Senior on Site Supervisor
Direct point of Contact
Qualifications: Cert. IV Small Business Management
A Grade Electrical Fitter/Mechanic
Electrical Contractor
Licence Holder
Telecommunications
Licence Holder
Security Licence Holder
Fire Services Licence Holder
Construction White Card
EWP Competency
Perform CPR
Applied First Aid
Restricted Plumber’s
License
Years of Experience: 32
Current Projects Worked on: All Projects (Refer Previous Attachments)
CV Attached: On Application.
Name Teelah Fry
Role: Office Manager
Stock Procurement
Invoicing
Qualifications: Cert IV Book Keeping
B.A. Education
Years of Experience: 6
Current Projects Worked on: Administration
CV Attached: On Application.
Name Mitchell Ogg
Role: Supervising Tradesman
OHS Representative
Qualifications: A Grade Electrical Fitter/
Mechanic
Telecommunications
Licence Holder
Construction White Card
EWP Competency
Perform CPR
Applied First Aid
Cert. IV OHS
Years of Experience: 7
Current Projects Worked on: All Projects (Refer Previous Attachments)
CV Attached: On Application.
Name Chris Elder
Role: On Site Tradesman
Qualifications: A Grade Electrical Fitter/
Mechanic
Telecommunications
License Holder
Construction White Card
EWP Competency
Perform CPR
Applied First Aid
Years of Experience: 9
Current Projects Worked on: All Projects (Refer Previous Attachments)
Name Alan Williams
Role: Electrical Apprentice
Qualifications: EW Licence
Construction White Card
EWP Competency
Perform CPR
Applied First Aid
Years of Experience: 2
Current Projects Worked on: All Projects (Refer Previous Attachments)
CV Attached: On Application.
Name Travis Hocking
Role: Trades Assistant
Qualifications: EW Licence
Construction White Card
EWP Competency
Perform CPR
Applied First Aid
Years of Experience: 3
Current Projects Worked on: All Projects (Refer Previous Attachments)
CV Attached: On Application.
INSURANCE DETAILS
Public Liability
Insurer
Insurer’s ABN
Policy Number
Insured Amount
Policy Expiry Date
Exclusions
Elders Insurance
70611304191
EKU209381BPK
$5,000,000
30/08/2017
Nil
Worker’s Compensation
Insurer
Insurer’s ABN
Policy Number
Insured Amount
Common Law Liability
Policy Expiry Date
Exclusions
CGU
11000016722
0107-2365
$560, 000
$50,000,000
19/10/2017
Nil
Motor Vehicle Insurance
Insurer
Insurer’s ABN
Policy Number
Insured Amount
Policy Expiry Date
Exclusions
Elders Insurance
70611304191
EKU209381BPK
$133, 000
30/08/2017
Nil
QUALITY ASSURANCE

Our Quality Management and Assurance System is a comprehensive Quality Management System that meets the requirements of the international Standard AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008.We have tailored our internal systems to comply with World’s BestPractice with regard to the Design and Construction Industry.

Our practices are in line with standards to comply with QMS requirements of Government and Commercial Organisations at all levels, including:

  • Quality Management System Policy and procedures
  • Site/Project Specific Quality Management Plan template
  • Comprehensive Document templates including Inspection & Test Plans.

These systems assure the quality of specific inputs of Construction and Maintenance work including Labour, Design and Performance aspects. It covers requirements for Sub Contractors and all Trades and Services covered by our organisation, in order to produce planned quality outcomes, improve efficiency and enhance our organisation’s qualifications and competitive advantage.

*Refer Standards AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008

OHS MANAGEMENT ORGANISATION CHART
Responsible Officer Graham Johnston Primarily responsible for the provision of a healthy and safe workplace.
Manager Graham Johnston Responsible for the development and implementation of the management system.
Health & Safety Coordinator TeelahFry Responsible for the development of the OHS system and day-to-day operation of policy and procedure
Health & Safety Representative Mitchell Ogg Represents staff and is involved in the consultation process where issues require resolution outside of line management function. Responsible for OHS Audits.
Supervisors Graham Johnston Responsible to ensure that all work is done in Mitchell Ogg accordance with any existing health and safety procedures, and in any case, in a matter that controls any risk to health and safety.
Employees Mitchell Ogg
ChrisElderin
Alan Williams
James Paulson
Employees are required to complete their work a manner that does not put themselves or others at risk of injury or illness. They are to follow any reasonable instruction and use any training, personal protective equipment or tools provided with regard to health and safety.
OHS AUDIT SYSTEM

Periodic audits of the ‘Occupational Health and Safety Management System’ are necessary to determine whether the system has been properly implemented and maintained and whether the organisation has met the performance objectives set within its OHS policy (AS/NZS 4804). For consistency and reliability, audit procedures need to state what audit standard is to be used, where, when and how audits will be conducted and who will undertake them. For example, a review of the entire health and safety management system may be conducted every two years and in the ensuing period, surveillance audits of higher risk areas may be conducted to verify that the systems in those areas continue to be implemented and are effective.The audit procedure requires that the auditors confirm aspects of the system by observation and discussion with the people who work within the system. The audit process must test the performance of the system, not target individuals.

The auditing procedures also need to state who carries the responsibility for the various stages of the audit activity and the standard of reporting required.

OHS AUDIT PROGRAM 2012
1. OHS SELF AUDITS
Each year, our OHS Representative is responsible for completing the ‘Self Audit Questionnaire’ to provide a guide to the compliance of all areas and to the continual improvement of our OHS status.2. INTERNAL OHS AUDITS
Areas to be audited by OHS staff each year include:
OHS AUDIT TEMPLATECOMPLETED OHS AUDIT REPORT 2014Administration:
• Driver Training Records Pass
• First Aid Training Schedule Pass
• Incident Reports Pass
• Insurances and Registrations Pass
• Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Checklist Records Pass
• Licences and Competencies Pass
• OHS Management Pass
• Procedural (Induction and Training) Pass
• Procedures Manual Training Records Pass
• Staff Placements Pass (in review)
• Standards Australia adherence and updates Pass
• Standards Western Australia adherence and updates Pass
• Sub Contractor Safety Management Plan. PassWorkshop and Store:
• Chemical Storage Management Pass
• Fire Extinguisher Services Pass
• OHS Management Pass (Cert V)
• Power Tool Condition and Upgrade Reports. Pass
• Safety Harness Services Pass
• Stock Storage Pass
• Tool Box Meetings Pass
• Tools and Equipment Storage Pass
• Vehicle Maintenance Schedules. PassField:
• Elevated Work Platforms (EWP) Pass
• Extension Leads Pass
• Fire Extinguishers Pass
• Ladders Pass
• Personal Safety Equipment Pass
• Power Tools Pass
• Service Vehicles Pass
• Test Equipment Pass
• Work Uniforms, Safety and Hi Visibility Clothing. PassAdherence To:
• Alcohol and Drug Policies Pass
• Chemical Management Pass
• Diary Record Keeping Elevated Work Platforms (EWP) Pass
• Fire Hazard Management Procedures Pass
• Forms and Record Keeping Pass (in review)
• Heavy Equipment Clear Areas Pass
• Hot Work Procedures Pass
• Incident Report Procedures Pass (nil)
• Isolation Procedures Pass
• Job Safety Analysis Procedures (JSA) Pass
• Non Smoking Policies Pass
• OHS Management Pass
• Site Specific Inductions Pass
• Sub Contractors Adherence to Procedures Pass (in review)
• Testing Procedure Pass
• Working at Heights Procedures. Pass
WHS MANAGEMENT PLAN 2013
1. Safety Information
1.1 Management and review
1.2 Principal contractor details
1.3 Details of persons at workplace with WHS responsibilities2. Roles and Responsibilities
2.1 Principal contractor
2.2 Contractors
2.3 Workers
3.1 Legislation
3.2 Insurances4 Risk Management
4.1 Identifying hazards and managing risks
4.2 Hierarchy of control5 High Risk Construction Work
5.1 Asbestos6 Emergency and Incident Response
6.1 Emergency preparedness
6.2 Incident procedure
6.3 Notifiable incidents
6.4 First aid7 Induction and Training
7.1 Worker induction
7.2 Worker training8 Consultation and Communication
8.1 Consultation
8.2 Communication
8.3 Disciplinary procedures9 Site Safety Procedures
9.1 Site amenities
9.2 Site security
9.3 Personal protective equipment
9.4 Managing construction hazards specified in the Regulations
Falls from heights
Falling objects
Demolition work
Excavation work/trenching
Work near overhead or underground essential services
Electrical
Plant
Scaffolds
9.5 Managing other Construction Hazards
Ladder safety
Manual handling
Slips, trips and falls
Hand operated and power tool use
Sun safety10. Electritech Industries Work Safety Documents
10.1 Toolbox Meeting
10.2 Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS)
10.3 Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
10.4 Take 5 Pre-Task Risk Assessment
10.5 Hazard Incident/Accident Report Form
10.6 Pre-Start Safety Meeting
SAFETY ANALYSIS AND INCIDENT REPORT FORMS
1 Safety Information
1.1 Management and Review
This WHS Management Plan has been developed to outline our approach to managing work health and safety (WHS).
We will:
• Make this plan available to all workers and contractors on this project and ensure they have the opportunity to read, understand, clarify and ask questions
• Keep a copy of the WHS Management Plan readily available for the duration of each project
• Review the plan regularly throughout this project and make any revisions known to those working on the project.1.2 Principal Contractor Details
Business name: Electritech Industries
Address: 140 Chauncy Place Chidlow WA 6556
Contact person: Graham Johnston
Work phone: (08) 9572 1921
Mobile phone: 0438 842 845
Fax: (08) 9572 3797
Email: graelect@hotmail.com
ABN: 43 870 713 423
Contract licence number: EC6014
Principal contractor signature:1.3 Details of Persons at Workplace with WHS Responsibilities

Graham Johnston Manager To ensure as far as practical, that all employees, clients and general public are safe and that work practices and procedures comply with the Acts and Regulations governing Occupational Health and Safety.
Mitchell Ogg Tradesman, OHS representative As above.

2 Roles and Responsibilities
2.1 Line Managers and Site Supervisors
The Line Managers and Site Supervisors of this project is responsible for:
• preparing, updating and implementing this WHS Management Plan, including all associated procedures
• identifying and observing all legal WHS requirements
• ensuring that all works are conducted in a manner without risk to workers
• planning to do all work safely
• participating in the planning and design stages of trade activities
• identifying WHS training required for an activity
• ensuring workers undertake identified WHS training
• communicating and consulting with workers
• investigating hazard reports and ensuring that corrective actions are undertaken
• assisting in rehabilitation and return to work initiatives
• dispute resolution.

2.2 Contractors
Contractors who are engaged for this project are responsible for:
• fulfilling the duties of PCBU for their own operations
• identifying all high risk construction work associated with their activities and ensuring safe work method statements are developed and implemented
• complying with the duties as listed under ’Workers’ (see 2.3)
• following all safety policies and procedures and site rules
• complying with this WHS Management Plan
• complying with any direction given to them by the principal contactor
• undertaking site-specific induction before starting work and signing off that they have completed this induction
• ensuring the workers they engage undertake site specific
• ensuring they have the correct tools and equipment and these are in a serviceable condition for the task.

2.3 Workers
All workers on this project (including those employed by contractors) are responsible for:
• taking reasonable care of their own health and safety
• taking reasonable care that their conduct does not adversely affect others
• complying with instruction, so far as they are reasonably able
• cooperating with reasonable notified policies or procedures.

People with specific WHS roles and responsibilities:
• Graham Johnston – Senior Safety Supervisor
• Mitchell Ogg – OHS Representative.

3 General WHS Information
3.1 Legislation

Relevant legislation Tick if applicable
Work Health and Safety Act 2012
Work Health and Safety Regulations 2012
AS3012:2010 – Electrical installations – construction and demolition sites

3.2 Insurances

Insurance type Company Policy number Expiry date
Public Liability Elders EKU209381BPK 30th August 2017
Workers Compensation CGU 0107 2365 19th October 2017
Motor Vehicle Insurance Elders EKU209381BPK 30th August 2017

4 Risk Management
4.1 Identifying Hazards and Managing Risks
We will systematically identify hazards and assess risks before the project starts by using the hierarchy of control (see 4.2) in conjunction with:
• developing Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) to control risks associated with high risk construction work
• using a risk management form to control general construction risks where necessary.

We will also identify risks:
• before we buy or re-order any chemicals
• when introducing a new task
• when new information is received about tasks, procedures, equipment or chemicals.
All hazards that are identified throughout the project must be reported immediately to the principal contractor.
We will inform our workers of our risk management procedures and ensure they are trained in risk management (see 7).
4.2 Hierarchy of Control
We will control all risks we identify by applying the Hierarchy of Controls as follows:
• Eliminate
• Substitute
• Isolate
• Engineering controls
• Administrative controls
• Personal Protective Equipment.
Where possible, we will implement risk controls that are high in the order and will implement multiple controls where necessary.

5 High Risk Construction Work
5.1 Asbestos
The principal contractor will ensure:
• all workers understand our procedures for asbestos and follow the correct removal processes
• all workers are trained and use the appropriate personal protective equipment
• only licensed asbestos removalists are used to remove asbestos where the quantity to be remove exceeds the 10 square metre limit or is friable
• the correct signage and controls are in place before any removal of asbestos commences
• the asbestos is wrapped and disposed of correctly.

6. Emergency and Incident Response
6.1 Emergency Preparedness
To ensure we are prepared for an emergency we:
• show all workers and subcontractors the emergency point as part of their induction (this is included in our induction checklist)
• display emergency procedures in the site office or other visible location
• check and mark fire extinguishers at the beginning of the project and six-monthly after that.

Emergency Procedure
In the event of a fire or similar emergency evacuation:
• stop work immediately and vacate the workplace
• assist anyone in the workplace who may not be familiar with the evacuation procedures
• call emergency services on 000 or on 112 from a mobile phone. Other emergency numbers are on display in the site office (if applicable)
• notify the principal contractor
• assemble in the nominated assembly points until you receive further instructions from the principal contractor or emergency services personnel.

Emergency Meeting Point
Our emergency meeting point is 12 Dean Street Mount Helena WA 6082.
Emergency Contact List for the Site
Our emergency contact list is provided overleaf.
We maintain emergency contact details for all workers on our sign-in register.

6.2 Incident Procedure
If an incident occurs at the workplace the procedure is:
• immediately notify the principal contractor
• do not interfere with the scene of the incident
• depending on the nature and severity of the injury, the principal contractor will notify Workplace Standards (see 6.3).
The principal contactor may record details of the incident and will ensure any remedial action is taken.

6.3 Notifiable Incidents
We will report the following incidents to Workplace Standards:
• a fatality
• an incident requiring hospitalisation
• a dangerous incident, which could have resulted in someone being killed, or suffering a serious bodily injury (see 6.3 of Part A for definition).
In the event of such an occurrence:
• notify the principal contractor who must notify Workplace Standards by the quickest means possible. The number for Workplace Standards is 1300 366 322 – this number is on the emergency contact list
• fax an Incident Notification Form to Workplace Standards as soon as possible following the incident (must be within 48 hours)
• do not disturb the site until given clearance by the principal contractor who will take advice from Workplace Standards
• the principal contractor will confirm the reporting requirements required by Workplace Standards and Tasmania Police
• the principal contractor shall only give permission to disturb the site when notified by Workplace Standards that a formal investigation is not required
• if a formal investigation is required, the principal contractor will secure the site.

6.4 First Aid
• We will supply adequate first aid equipment, which will be available both at the main office and in each work vehicle.
• If anyone becomes aware that an item of first aid is out of stock or out of date, they are to notify the principal contractor immediately
• First aid should be administered by trained first aid personnel.
In the event of a person being injured, trained first aid personnel should:
• stabilise the person and administer first aid
• phone an ambulance (depending on the extent of the injuries)
• if emergency services are called, notify the principal contractor immediately. In all other circumstances notify the principal contractor as soon as practicable.

EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS
AMBULANCE POLICE FIRE SERVICE 000 or 112 (mobile) (BOTH NUMBERS ARE ACCESSIBLE WHILE MOBILE KEY PADS ARE LOCKED)
LOCAL INFORMATION
Police Station:                                                     131 444Poisons Information Centre:                        1800 022 222 Telstra:                                                                  1800 687 829 Electrical Emergency:                                     13 13 51Dial before you dig:                                          1100Gas Emergency:                                                 13 13 52         Workplace Standards:                                    1300 366 322

7 Induction and Training
7.1 Worker Induction
The principal contractor will work with other contractors to ensure a site specific induction is provided for all workers before starting work.
This induction must outline:
• the expectations outlined in this WHS Management Plan, including all policies and procedures
• the emergency meeting point
• the site rules
• the facilities
• any site specific hazards
• high risk construction work activities.

7.2 Worker Training
The principal contractor will:
• ensure workers are trained and competent for the work to be carried out
• ensure workers are trained to deal with any risks associated with the work and understand the control measures in place
• ensure all workers have had relevant white card training (or other appropriate training from another jurisdiction)
• ensure on-site training and supervision is provided
• organise external training for specific tasks where required
• seek high risk licences for all high risk work and maintain a register of licences
• communicate with other contractors to ensure their workers are appropriately trained and competent.

8 Consultation and Communication
8.1 Consultation
We will consult with all workers and contractors on WHS issues for this project:
• at toolbox meetings where anyone can raise issues for discussion
• informally during the planning of activities or the development of Safe Work Method Statements
• when changes to workplace arrangements could affect the health and safety of workers
• during investigations into any incident to establish details of the incident or to formulate corrective action to prevent the incident re-occurring
We will also consult with contractors and suppliers on WHS issues associated with any products or services provided for the contract:
• during the negotiation phase before agreeing on the work requirements
• before starting any contractor operations
• when any changes to workplace arrangements occur that could affect the health and safety of the contractors or affect their work procedures.

8.2 Communication
We will ensure our workers and other contractors are aware of WHS requirements by providing them with this WHS Management Plan before starting work on the project. Contractors are expected to make their workers aware of all WHS requirements.
We will communicate relevant WHS information to everyone involved in this project by:
• induction
• pre-work meetings
• toolbox meetings
• incident reports and outcomes
• distributing safety alerts or guidance material about industry specific hazards/incidents.

8.3 Disciplinary Procedures
If anyone does not comply with the requirements of this Plan, the following will apply:
• First violation: verbal warning (and advise contractor if it involves their worker/s)
• Second violation: written notification (and advise contractor if it involves their worker/s)
• Third violation: complete removal/suspension from the project.
For a serious breach of safety, workers can be immediately dismissed or removed from the site without notice.

9 Site Safety Procedures
9.1 Site Amenities
• toilets and drinking water will be provided on site.
• all workers are to have good hygiene standards and clean up after themselves.
• all workers are to take their lunch and/ or break in lunch room.

9.2 Site Security
The principal contractor will, so far as reasonably practicable, secure the site by:
• keeping the building secure during the project
• erecting a fence to prevent unauthorised access
• locking gates to the site outside normal hours of operation.

Workers and contractors are expected to keep the site secure, for example by closing or locking gates.
9.3 Personal Protective Equipment
We will provide the personal protective equipment (PPE) to workers at the workplace, unless the PPE has been provided by another contractor.
The person providing the PPE must ensure that the PPE is:
• suitable for the nature of the work and any hazard associated with the work
• a suitable size and fit and reasonably comfortable for the worker who is to use or wear it
• maintained, repaired or replaced so that it continues to minimise risk to the worker who uses it, including by:
o ensuring it is clean and hygienic
o ensuring it is in good working order.
o ensuring it is used or worn by the worker, so far as is reasonably practicable.
The person supplying the PPE must also:
• provide workers with information, training and instruction in the proper use, wearing, storage and maintenance of PPE
• ensure that any other person at the workplace (such as home owners, clients or inspectors) is appropriately provided with PPE to wear as required.
Workers must:
• follow all instructions to wear and use PPE
• take reasonable care of PPE.

9.4 Managing Construction Hazards Specified in the Regulations
Falls from Heights
We will manage the risks associated with falls from heights by:
• ensuring that where practicable, any work involving the risk of a fall is undertaken on the ground or on a solid construction (such as an elevated work platform)
• where this is not practicable, providing a fall prevention device such as secure fencing, edge protection, working platforms and/or covers
• where this is not practicable, providing a work positioning system such as plant or a structure (other than a temporary work platform) that enables a person to be positioned and safely supported
• where this is not practicable, providing a fall arrest system such as a safety harness system. Workers will be trained in emergency procedures for fall arrest systems.

When undertaking work involving the risk of a fall from height, workers must:
• follow all instructions
• work with a buddy when using a ladder
• only use approved work platforms.

Falling Objects
Where practical, we will provide adequate protection against the risk of falling objects through the use of control measures such as barrier screen, toe-boards and by storing and stacking materials safely.Where this is not possible, a risk assessment must be undertaken and appropriate control measures implemented to manage the risk of injuries from falling objects.

Demolition Work
We will submit a demolition work notification form to Workplace Standards when necessary to meet our requirement to advise Workplace Standards at least five days before the project starts.

Excavation Work/Trenching
Anyone undertaking excavation work must not start work unless they have:
• found out about any underground services that may be affected by their works, before starting work
• implemented control measures to avoid direct or inadvertent contact with underground services
• pot-hole dug (by hand) to expose existing services before any mechanical excavation near the services.
Any issues must be reported to the principal contractor.
Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) are included in this WHS plan for trenches of at least 1.5 metres. Workers must be familiar with and implement the control measures in the SWMS.
Work Near Overhead or Underground Essential Services
We will ensure, where reasonably practical, that that no-one comes within an unsafe distance of an overhead or underground power line.
If maintaining a safe distance is not reasonably practical, we will:
• assess the risk associated with the proposed work
• implement control measures consistent with the risk assessment
• contact and consult with the local essential service provided.
For work near overhead power lines up to and including 132,000kV:
• work is not permitted within 3 metres of overhead power lines
• the principal contractor (or contractor in charge of the work) must have written authority from the electrical supply authority to work within the “no go” (exclusion) zone
• if using plant or equipment within 3 to 6.4 metres of overhead power lines ensure you have a safety observer.
For work near overhead power lines of greater than 133kV:
• work is not permitted within 8 metres of overhead power lines
• the principal contractor (or contractor in charge of the work) must have written authority from the electrical supply authority to work within the “no go” (exclusion) zone
• if using plant or equipment within 8 to 10 metres of overhead power lines ensure you have a safety observer.
For excavation work near underground essential services:
• take all reasonable steps to obtain current underground essential services information before directing or allowing the excavation work to start
• provide this information to any person engaged to carry out the excavation work
• consider this information when carrying out, directing, or allowing the carrying out of the excavation work
• ensure this information is available for inspection.
Electrical
• Power supplied to the site must only come from:
o an electricity distributers main
o an existing switchboard permanently installed at the premises
o a compliant low voltage generator
o a compliant inverter.
• Switchboards and distribution boards used on site must:
o be of robust construction and materials capable of withstanding damage from the weather and other environmental and site influences (IP23 minimum rating)
o be securely attached to a post, pole, wall or other structure unless it is of a stable freestanding design able to withstand external forces likely to be present
o incorporate suitable support and protection for flexible cords and cables and prevent mechanical strain to the cable connections inside the board
o protect all live parts at all times
o be individually distinguished by numbers, letters or a combination of both (where multiple boards are present).
• Flexible cords used on construction sites must be rated heavy duty.
• To avoid confusion with individual earthing conductors, green sheathed flexible power cords must not be used on site.
• Flexible cords must be either protected by a suitable enclosure or barrier (flexible or rigid conduit) or located where they are not subjected to mechanical damage, damage by liquids or high temperature (elevated on stands or hung from nonconductive support brackets).
• We will ensure our cords do not exceed the maximum length as stated in Table 1 of AS3012 below:

10amp 1.5mm
2.5mm
4.0mm
35
60
100
15/16 amp 1.5m
2.5m
4.0mm
25
40
65
20 amp 2.5mm
4.0m
6.0mm
30
50
75

• We will maintain an in-service inspection and test regime for all portable electrical leads, tools and earth leakage devices.
• We will ensure that after the equipment has been inspected and tested, it will be fitted with a durable, non-reusable, non-metallic tag. The tag will include the name of the person or company who performed the test and the test and re-test date.
• Records of all inspections, tests, repairs and faults related to all electrical equipment will be recorded in a testing and tagging register.
• RCDs and portable equipment must be inspected, tested and tagged every 3 months.
• Workers must conduct an RCD push button test after connection to a socket and before connection to equipment at least once a day.
• Workers must report any damaged electrical equipment to the principal contractor. It will be removed from service and either repaired or replaced and subsequently inspected and tested as required.
• New electrical equipment must be recorded in the register and subjected to the in-service testing regime within the first 3 months of service.
Plant
To ensure all plant used complies with the requirements of the WHS Regulations:
• only use plant for the purpose for which it was designed
• use all health and safety features and warning devices on plant
• follow all information, training and instruction provided
• guarding must be permanently fixed and is not permitted to be removed
• no person other than the operator may ride on the plant unless the person is provided with a level of protection that is equivalent to that provided to the operator.

We will ensure that:
• all plant is regularly maintained, inspected and tested by a relevant competent person
• the plant has a warning device that will warn persons who may be at risk from the movement of the plant
• all plant that lifts or suspends loads is specifically designed to lift or suspend that load.
Scaffolds
We will ensure:
• that the scaffold is erected by a competent person (having regard for high risk licence for above 4 metres)
• that before we use the scaffold, the competent person has advised (in writing) that it is safe
• that scaffolding is inspected by a competent person:
o before use of the scaffold is resumed after an incident occurs that may reasonably be expected to affect the stability of the scaffold
o before use of the scaffold is resumed after repairs
o at least every 30 days.
• that, if an inspection indicates that any scaffold or its supporting structurecreates a risk to health or safety:
o any necessary repairs, alterations and additions will be made or carried out
o the scaffold and its supporting structure will be inspected again by a competent person before use of the scaffold is resumed.
Workers must:
• not use incomplete scaffolding
• report any scaffolding issues to the principal contractor
• comply with the directions of any tags attached to the scaffold.

We will prevent unauthorised access to the scaffold by:
• removing ladders where there is no site fencing.

9.5 Managing other Construction Hazards
Ladder safety
We will manage hazards associated with ladders by:
• using ladders according to the manufacturer’s instructions
• only allowing one person at a time on a ladder
• performing all work from a ladder while facing the ladder
• not setting up ladders on scaffolds or elevated work platforms to gain extra height.
Manual handling
We will manage hazards associated with manual handling by:
• ensuring all users follow good manual handling practices
• assessing risk assessments
• providing mechanical lifting aids where applicable.
Slips, trips and falls
We will manage hazards associated with slips, trips and falls by:
• using a slips, trips and falls checklist as required
• checking for hazards that could cause someone to slip, trip or fall by doing a visual check.
Hand operated and power tool use
We will manage hazards of hand operated and power tool use by:
• regularly checking all tools to ensure they are in a safe working order
• testing and tagging electrical tools every 3 months
• communicating any issues identified with power tools to workers through a toolbox meeting.
Before using power tools, workers must ensure:
• electrical connections are secure
• electricity supply is through an RCD
• safety guards are in position
• the machine is switched off before activating the electricity supply
• appropriate PPE is used as required by manufacturer’s guidelines or as guided by the principal contractor
• Workers must report any issues with power tools to the principal contractor. Unsafe tools will be tagged and removed from service.
Sun safety
All persons on site should:
• wear adequate clothing (e.g. hats) and other protection methods
(e.g. sunscreen) to protect themselves from the effects of working while exposed to UV rays.
• manage working in the sun to avoid dehydration and heat stress related illnesses.

10. Electritech Industries Work Safety Documents
• Toolbox Meeting
• Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS)
• Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
• Take 5 Pre-Task Risk Assessment
• Hazard Incident/Accident Report Form
• Pre-Start Safety Meeting

Toolbox Meeting Daily Log

Toolbox / Pre-start Talks
Workplace: Workshop
Subject of Talk: OHS
Presented by: Mitchell Ogg
Duration: 2 Hours Date: 02/06/2014
Persons Present
Print Name: Signature: Print Name: Signature:
C Elder G Johnston
M Salmond K Williams
D Jesnowski T Bennett-Smith
Points Raised / Comments:
OHS Compliance, citing of EWP Licenses, EWP Records, PPE, JSA’s and Take 5s. Updated on new rules with regard to working at heights, checked safety harness testing dates.
Vehicle service records checked, power tool tagging checked, isolation procedures tested.
Q&A (all queries answered)
Finish 9:00am
Corrective Action Action by Action Complete
Sign off Date
New Safety Harnesses ordered GJ 03/06/2014
Spot check on Anchor Points (Bullsbrook College) Scheduled GJ 13/06/2014
SAFETY ANALYSIS AND INCIDENT REPORT FORMS

Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS)

Organisation details
Organisation Name: Contact Name:
ACN/ABN Contact Position:
Address: Contract Phone No:
Project details
Project: Area:
Activity: This SWMS has been developed in consultation with:

Reviewed by: ________________________

Position: __________________ Date: _ / __ /

Resources / Trades Involved:
Equipment Used:
Maintenance checks:
Materials Used:
Occupational Health Safety or Environmental Legislation: Codes or Standards applicable to the works:
JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS (JSA)
Company name:   Date:   JSA Number:  
Site name:   Supervisor name:   Permit to work required? Yes / No
Plant / Area: Location:
Scope of JSA:
JSA team member names:
Overall risk associated with JSA:
Highest residual risk – this can only be determined after the rest of the JSA is complete
Approved by:
Have the appropriate approval levels been obtained?
  Position of approving person:   Date:  
Activity
Provide a step-by-step breakdown of the task
Hazards
List all hazards associated with each step
Inherent Risk
Risk associated with each hazard before any control measures are put in place
Controls
Measures that need to be taken to eliminate or minimise the risk associated with each hazard
Residual Risk
Remaining risk associated with each hazard once the control measures have been put into place
I understand and agree to the conditions of this JSA
Print name Signature Date Print name Signature Date

STOP-Take 5 Pre-task Risk Assessment

Task
Location

1          STOP and THINK through the task?                                             Y         N

Do I clearly understand what is required?

Am I trained to do the work and familiar with the

equipment/task?

Are the tools and equipment in a safe condition?

Do I have approved documentation for the task?

Am I safe from other activities/tasks in the area?

Have I informed others who may be affected by my work?

Do I have the correct PPE/RPE for the Task?

 

If ‘NO’ to any take action to correct

2 Identify the Hazards

1. 2.
3. 4.
5. 6.

 

3 Make the ChangesImplement controls

1. 2.
3. 4.
5. 6.

 

4 Are the Risks Adequately Controlled                                          Y         N

Have all hazard controls been implemented?

Have all potential problems been discussed and understood by all          Can the Task proceed safely

 

If ‘NO’ do not commence the task

                                                            Inform your line manager/supervisor        

 

5 Do the Task Safely only when all identified hazards are controlled or removed

Name Signature Date

If the task changes or new hazards introduced during the task update the Take 5

Comments Page
Take 5 Page 2

Hazards Controls
   
   
   
   
   
   
Notes
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Health / Environmental Impacts
Hazards Controls
   
   
   
   
   
   

hazard

PRE-START SAFETY MEETING
Supervisor:                                                Work Group/Depot:                                     Date:
Safety Moment:
HSE Issues from Previous Day Status
Safety Focus:
HSE Bulletins / Notices / Safety Alerts / Safety Topics / General Safety Business
JHA’s / Permits / Clearances:
Today’s Activities:
Interfaces / Restrictions:

Supervisor Name                                           Supervisor Signature

   

Location:                                       Date:                                           Time:                           .

This document is also used to account for all the personnel in case of muster/evacuation.

Personnel must advise Supervisor if leaving site to avoid a search.

No EMPLOYEE NAME BAC TEST RESULT EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE
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RATES AND CHARGES
HOURLY LABOUR RATES
(Ex. GST)
PERSONNEL ‘NORMAL’ HOURLY ‘AFTER HOURS’ HOURLY TRAVEL CALL OUT FEE
Tradesman $82.00 $82.00 $0.00 $0.00
Apprentice $38.00 $38.00 $0.00 $0.00
Trades Assistant $38.00 $38.00 $0.00 $0.00
MATERIAL RATES
Cost + 10%