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In the event of an emergency, please assemble at the locations as shown on the Site Map.

 

 

The Weekly Times - Rural Lifestyle Expo

 
  Saturday 25th March 2017   

Hazard and Risk Management Plan.

 
Hazard Suggested Risk Control Measure Yes  (tick),         No (X) or N/A
Slips, Trips & Falls Design your Exhibit to minimise hazards.  
  Place mats over uneven surfaces & cables.  
  If hazards exist segregated pedestrians by means of barriers, fences or wardens.  
  Warn of existing hazards with signs/flags/indicators etc  
  If spillages occur dry & clean surface immediately.  
  Any handrails steps to be of solid constructions & made in accordance with Australian Standards.  
Plant & Machinery Supervision in place to assist & instruct visitors climbing onto plant & machinery.  
  Experience competent operators only to operate machinery.  
  Speed limits & load restrictions adhered to.  
  Passengers not to be carried.  
  Safety measures in place when backing machinery.  
  Not left unattended when running.  
  Removal of keys when unattended.  
  Booms & tines to be lowered before vacating the machine.  
  If operating machinery in vicinity of underground or overhead power lines, qualified spotters are to be used.  
  When starting or operating machinery take the vacinity of workers & visitors into account.  
  Care taken if operating machinery on uneven or inclined surfaces.  
Stationary Machinery All operators are experienced and competent.  
Hazards If hazards exist, segregate pedestrians of barriers, fences or wardens.  
  Machinery guarding in place if applicable.  
Dangerous Goods & Material Date Sheets available at your site.  
Hazardous Substances All dangerous goods/hazardous substances kept in sutiable containers, labelled & with appropriate warning signs.  
  Precautions stated on MSDS to be followed.  
  Any required protective equipment is provided to workers.  
  All dangerous goods/hazardous substances segregated from children by means of barriers & constant supervision  
  Safe work procedures followed if containters are opened or decanted. Ensure staff are trained in safe practices  
  Note: Dangerous  goods Regs 2000/Hazardous  Substances regulations 1999 apply.  
Cuts & Lacerations  Eleminate sharp objects & protrusions from your exhibit.  
Hazards Place barriers between sharp objects & workers/visitors.  
Electrical Hazards All leads must have current testing tag attached (mandatory).  
  Cables leads inspected inside to identify risk of cutting/crushing/exposure to moisture).  
  No pegs drivent into ground unless location of underground power is identified.  
  (note: red lines on ground indicate location of underground power).  
Thermal Hazards The public & others separated from hot/cold hazards by barriers.  
  Staff adequately trained with respect to hazards.  
  Protective equipment supplied to staff where appropriate.  
Fire Hazards The public & others separated from fire hazards by barriers.  
  Combustible/flammable material kept to a minimum & segregated from sources of ignition.  
  No smoking near flammable material.  
  Appropriate fire extinguishers/blanket in vacinity if appropriate.  
Gravitational Hazards Heavy items not stored at heights.  
  The public & others segregated from areas where items may fall.  
  Temporary structures checked for stability & strength.  
  All silos & tanks to be securely anchored.  
Pressure Hazards  All equipment & hoses to be checked prior to set up of your exhibit.  
  Gas cylinders checked & within testing expiry date.  
  The public separated from hazards.  
  Protective clothing & equipment available to staff.  
  Staff trained in hazard minimisation.  
Noise Hazards Noise limit regulations for machinery adhered to.  
  Signage indicating noise hazard displayed if appropriate.  
  Machinery positioned on site to reduce noise impact.  
  Noise protection equipment supplied for use by staff & public if appropriate.  
Marquees Is your marquee larger than 100m2 ? If so, then it must be erected by a person licensed to do so.  
  Do not drive pegs into ground near red line indicateing underground power  
First Aid First Aid Kit on your site.  
  Emergency phone numbers, including Expo Office available to your staff.  
General Vehicle Take particular care of pedestrians & other vehicles when driving your vehicle to & from your site during  
Movement Hazards set up and dismantling  
  Do not drive your vehicle in the Rural Lifestyle Expo exhibit area during the hours when the  
  Expo is open to public.  
     
  Do not bring vehicles onto the site before Friday 5th April or remove vehicles from the site prior to 5pm  
  Saturday 6th April when the expo closes. This activity is potentially highly dangerous to members of the  
  public and staff of other exhibitors who are still using the site. Whilst the Expo is open, roads are  
  for pedestrians, not vehicles unless authorised by the Rural Lifestyle Expo committee.  

 

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