Preview This site task risk assessment form for using hand tools will allow you to assess the risks to your employees while carrying out this task This risk assessment form has been professionally written for you to use by adding to or deleting the control measures that we have suggested We have considered the various hazards your employees hand held power drills sander lawnmowers strimmers road drills hand fed equipment e g pedestal linishers grinders mops Download the guide to health risks from hand arm vibration PDF 154K To find out about vibration and repetitive strain injury RSI see 2019 6 29 nbsp 0183 32 Hand Tools Safety A tool held in the hand and operated without electricity or other energy The tools like hammer chisel is comes under hand tools Don t use metal handles they are too rigid and can injure your hands Don t use any extensions to provide2019 8 10 nbsp 0183 32 All handheld grinding machines shall be complete with handle or commonly known as the T bar Removal of the handle during use is strictly prohibited Each grinding machine shall be fitted with its correct guard as supplied by the manufacturer The guard shall cover a minimum of 70 of the circumference of the rotating disc Title Electric Hand Drill – Corded Cordless Safe Operation Procedure Authorized By Chris Vandelaar Issue Date May 2016 Last Reviewed May 2016 Next Review Date May 2018 Page Number 2 of 2 THIS DOCUMENT IS UNCONTROLLED WHEN 2

Supervisors should take account of risks from hand tools in their risk assessment safe system of work Only use hand tools that you have been trained on and are authorised to use Always ensure hand tools are safe to use fit for purpose andSafe Operating Procedure Circular Saw SOP 0027 Version 1 0 Page 1 of 2 Approval Date September 2017 The instructions recommended within this document apply to normal risk conditions If the Circular Saw is to be operated in a dangerous or hostilePower Drill Risk Management FormPage 9 Last Updated 30 August 2018 1 Hazard Management Details AS NZS 60745 Hand held motor operated electric tools Safety General requirements Plant Documentation Y N Comments Are operator s manuals MODULE THREE Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Learning Objective Upon completion of this unit you will understand how to identify hazards and assess risks for your dairy operation Learner Outcomes 1 there are thousands of at 2 RYOBI HAMMER DRILL SAFETY RISK HAZARD ASSESSMENT PLANT INFORMATION NHG Ref Part No HAMDRIL1 Plant Name Ryobi SDS Hammer Drill Potential Noise Level in Db 95db to less than 1 0db Required hearing protection class 3 It is the

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