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									 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                         CONDUIT INSTALLATION PLACED PRIOR TO POURING CONCRETE                                                 WMS No 001

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                     Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                     Approved By:

 Work Method Description                            Risk Assessment                                Risk Levels       Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1.      Check layout and mark out                  Tripping & exposed nails                              3          Ensure areas in particular walkways are clear (1.5)

 2.      Install disposable lids for conduit        Cuts & abrasions                                      3          Use suitable gloves (3.4)
         boxes to timber

 3.      Lay conduit and accessories                Chemical glues                                        3          Refer to MDS and follow safe work practices set out therein

 4.      Tie down conduit                           Cuts & abrasions                                      3          Use suitable gloves (3.4)

 RISK LEVELS:                            Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                          Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 AS3000 and client’s specifications                                                              Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 Code of Practice,
                                                                                                 Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                Maintenance Checks:
                                                                                                 Hand tools to be checked daily


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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                      CONDUIT INSTALLATION IN THE GROUND                                                       WMS No 002

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                     Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                     Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                               Risk Assessment             Risk Levels       Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Check area for other services, confirm locations of any gas        Sun exposure                       2          Use skin protection (3.4)
    lines, power cables, telephone cables, water or sewer lines        Tripping                           3          Ensure area is clear (1.5)
    & tree roots.                                                                                                    Ensure location of other services is confirmed and appropriate access

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 2. Check layout and mark out                                         Tripping                            3           Ensure area is clear (1.5). Wear safety footwear (3.4)

 3. Excavate trenches                                                 Manual handling                     2           Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.7)
                                                                      Falling in trenches                 3           Ensure trenches are as even & flat as practical (5.3)
                                                                                                                      Barricade work area
                                                                      Trench collapse                     3           Provide shoring, benches or battering in accordance with Work Cover
                                                                      Services damage                     3           requirements (5.2)
                                                                                                                      Provide warning lights if necessary overnight

 4. Lay conduit                                                       Fire and explosion                  3           Comply Work Cover requirements (5.2)
                                                                      Personal injury                     3           Implement risk management procedures (1.7)
                                                                      Electric shock                      2           Confirm any existing installations are dead.
                                                                      Confined spaces                     2           Follow Standard Working Procedures (3.6)

 5. Restore ground to client’s specifications / as mutually agreed    Manual handling                     2           Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.7)
                                                                      Tripping                                        Ensure area is clear (1.5)

 RISK LEVELS:                          Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                          Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 Engineering details to include depth of trenches in accordance with AS3000 and client’s         Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 Code of Practice,
 specifications.                                                                                 Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                Maintenance Checks:
 Hand tools for trenching, barricades, warning lights.                                           Hand tools to be checked daily. Batteries for warning lights.
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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                CONDUIT INSTALLATION IN WALLS AND CEILINGS                                                      WMS No 003

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                   Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                          Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                              Risk Assessment              Risk Levels        Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Check layout and mark out                                         Tripping & exposed nails            3           Ensure area, in particular walkways, are clear (1.5)
                                                                                                                      Wear safety footwear (3.4)

 2. Check equipment is tagged                                         Electric shock                      1           Use only correctly tagged equipment (4.2)

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 3. Secure fixings and supports                                       Debris and noise from                3         Use minimum drilling speed consistent with effective work
                                                                      drilling                                       Use goggles for eye protection, suitable respirator & protection(3.4)
                                                                                                                     Ensure drill bits are sharp
                                                                                                                     Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)
                                                                                                                     Use fall protection where appropriate (3.5)

                                                                      Struck by falling objects            3         Wear safety helmet (3.4)
                                                                                                                     Mobile scaffolds locked (5.4)
                                                                                                                     Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)
                                                                                                                     EWP Certificate

 RISK LEVELS:                         Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                           Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 Installation to comply with AS3000 and client’s specifications                                   Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 Code of Practice,
                                                                                                  Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                 Maintenance Checks:
 Portable tools, ladders, EWP                                                                     Hand tools to be checked daily. EWP in accordance with manufacturers recommendations.


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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                     CABLE AND LADDER TRAY INSTALLATION                                                        WMS No 004

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                   Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                        Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                              Risk Assessment               Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Check layout and mark out                                         Tripping & exposed nails             3         Ensure area, in particular walkways, are clear (1.5)
                                                                                                                     Wear safety footwear (3.4)

 2. Secure fixings and supports using correct size bolts and          Debris and noise from                2         Use minimum drilling speed consistent with effective work
    fixings                                                           drilling                                       Use PI respirator if appropriate (3.4)
                                                                                                                     Use appropriate eye protection (3.4)
                                                                                                                     Ensure drill bits are sharp

 3. Cut ladders or trays to fit using drop saw or 100mm angle         Noise, eye injuries, cuts            2         Ensure work piece is clamped. Use eye and hearing protection
    grinder, hacksaw or tinsnips                                      and abrasions                                  Use gloves (3.4)


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 4. Secure ladders or trays to support                                Cuts and abrasions from                 2          Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)
                                                                      sharp edges                                        Use fall protection where appropriate (3.5)
                                                                                                                         Use gloves

 5. Remove sharp edges and protruding fixings                         Working at heights, falls               2          Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)
                                                                                                                         Use fall protection where appropriate (5.3)

                                                                      Manual handling                         2          Follow manual handling risk control procedures (1.7)

                                                                      Burns & fires from cutting &            2          Follow Hot Work procedures (4.6)
                                                                      welding

 RISK LEVELS:                         Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                              Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 AS3000 and client’s specifications                                                                  Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 Code of Practice,
                                                                                                     Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                    Maintenance Checks:
 Portable drill, welder, ladders, EWP, grinder, drop saw                                             Hand tools to be checked daily.
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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                                    WORKING IN RISERS                                                              WMS No 005

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                    Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                           Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                              Risk Assessment                  Risk Levels       Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Check location to drawing and reference to specification          Tripping and exposed nails              3          Ensure area in particular walkways are clear (1.5)
    layout and mark out                                                                                                  Wear safety footwear (3.4)

 2. Check for access to riser and have clear working area             Falling, falling objects                2          Wear safety helmets with chin straps (3.4)
                                                                                                                         Use fall protection as appropriate (3.5)
                                                                                                                         Provide training and use entry permit when appropriate

 3. Check for confined spaces                                         Restricted working space                2          Implement Confined Space Procedure if necessary

 4. Check for adequate lighting                                       Work restrictions                       3          Use supplementary lighting if necessary

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 5. Protect all openings to risers                                      Falling                             2          Builder to provide protection

 6. Install warning signs                                               Object falling                      2          Use appropriate sign eg. “DANGER MEN WORKING ABOVE”

 RISK LEVELS:                             Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                            Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 AS3000 and client’s specifications                                                                Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 Code of Practice,
                                                                                                   Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                  Maintenance Checks:
 Portable tools.                                                                                   Hand tools to be checked daily.
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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                                   USING PORTABLE LADDERS                                                         WMS No 006

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                        Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                     Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                                Risk Assessment              Risk Levels       Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Select appropriate ladder with regard to compliance with the        Electric shock                      1          Metal or wire reinforced ladders shall not be used for any electrical work
    relevant part of AS1892 and the work to be done.                                                                   (5.3)

 2. Inspect the ladder for condition                                    Falling                             2          Inspect ladders. Do not use damaged ladders (5.3)

 3. Position ladder to ensure stability                                 Falling                             2          Position ladders a minimum of 1m from edge of slabs or floors.
                                                                                                                       Increase the distance as working heights increase.
                                                                                                                       Straight or extension ladders to be secured at top & bottom.
                                                                                                                       Ladder needs to extend 1m above landing level and to be long enough to
                                                                                                                       work at least 1m from the top (5.3).
                                                                                                                       Angle of ladder should be nominally 1 in 4 (5.3).
                                                                                                                       Always face the ladder.
                                                                                                                       When ascending or descending a ladder keep two hands and one foot on
                                                                                                                       the ladder (5.3).
                                                                                                                       Fall protection (harness) to be used when working above 1.8m (5.3).
                                                                                                                                           rd
                                                                                                                       Don’t stand above 3 from top step



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 RISK LEVELS:                           Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                             Codes of Practice, Legislation:
                                                                                                    Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 Code of Practice,
                                                                                                    Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                   Maintenance Checks:
 Ladders complying with the relevant part of AS1892                                                 Ladders to be checked daily.
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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                                  INSTALLING LIGHT FITTINGS                                                       WMS No 007

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                        Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                       Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                                Risk Assessment               Risk Levels       Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Check layout and mark out.                                          Tripping & exposed nails             3          Ensure area in particular walkways are clear (1.5)
                                                                                                                        Wear safety footwear

 2. Receive lights on site & confirm correct numbers/types              Struck by falling objects            2          Keep lifting area clear of people (4.9)
                                                                        Manual handling                      2

 3. Confirm cabling requirements                                        Electric shock                       1          Test & confirm cables before commencing work. Isolate and fit danger
                                                                                                                        tags as appropriate (3.1, 3.2)

 4. Install light fitting base or bracket & terminate cabling or plug   Electric shock                       1          Ensure power tools and leads are tagged (4.2)
    into lighting socket.                                               Falling                              2          Use ladders or platforms appropriately (5.3)

 5. Complete the fitting of any other parts                             Falling                              2          Use ladder or platform appropriately (5.3)

 6. Confirm fitting is secure and installed to spec                     Falling                              2          Use ladder or platform appropriately (5.3)

 7. Clear area and remove isolation danger tags                         Hand injuries                        3          Use gloves (3.4)

 RISK LEVELS:                           Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable


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 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                               Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 AS3000 and client’s specifications.                                                                  Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
                                                                                                      Practice, Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                     Maintenance Checks:
 Portable drill, leads and ladders.                                                                   Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily.
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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                           INSTALLATION OF SWITCHBOARDS                                                            WMS No 008

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                     Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                          Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                                Risk Assessment                 Risk Levels       Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Confirm installation specifications                                 N/A                                   N/A         N/A

 2. Prepare installation area & confirm adequate space including        Hand injuries, tripping and            3          Ensure area in particular walkways are clear (1.5)
    door swing for maintenance                                          exposed nail                                      Wear safety footwear (3.4). Use suitable gloves (3.4)

 3. Arrange for crane or other mechanical handling equipment if         N/A                                   N/A         N/A
    needed.

 4. Receive switchboard on site including test certificates             Falling objects                        2          Keep lifting area clear of people (4.9)
                                                                        Manual handling                        2          Implement manual handling risk control procedure (1.7)

 5. Transfer switchboards to installation location                      Falling objects                        2          Use mechanical handling equipment (4.9)
                                                                        Manual handling                        2          Implement manual handling risk control procedure (1.7)

 6. Mark out location ensure coordination w/other services              N/A                                   N/A         N/A

 7. Install switchboard to manufacturer’s & client’s specification      Manual handling                        2          Implement manual handling risk control procedure (1.7)

 8. Commission switchboard                                              Electric shock, explosion              1          Carry out pre-commission test & isolation procedures (6.3/4))

 9. Clean area                                                          Hand injuries                          3          Use suitable gloves (3.4)

 RISK LEVELS:                             Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable


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 AS3000 and client’s specifications.                                                                Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
                                                                                                    Practice, Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                   Maintenance Checks:


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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                   INSTALLATION OF PYROTENAX, (MIMS), CABLE                                                      WMS No 009

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                     Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                        Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                               Risk Assessment                Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Check location to drawing & specification layout & mark out        Tripping and exposed nails            3         Ensure area is clear (1.5)
                                                                                                                       Wear safety footwear (3.4)

 2. Confirm cable specification and condition                          N/A                                  N/A        N/A

 3. Confirm cable supports or conduits have been installed to          Falls                                 2         Refer to WMS 004, cable & ladder tray installation
    specifications

 4. Install rollers or other protection to client’s specs              Falls                                 2         Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)
                                                                                                                       Use fall protection as appropriate (3.5)

 5. Install cable stands to client’s specifications                    Manual handling                       2         Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.7)

 6. Install cable manually with rope or winch as appropriate to        Manual handling                       2         Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.7)
    client’s specification.

 7. Cut any excess cable and seal exposed ends to                      Hand injuries                         3         Use suitable gloves (3.4)
    manufacturer’s recommendations                                                                                     Use toll in accordance with manufacturer’s instruction.

 8. Locate/dress cable to fix in position to client’s specifications   Falls                                 2         Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)
                                                                                                                       Use fall protection as appropriate (3.5)

 RISK LEVELS:                           Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                               Codes of Practice, Legislation:
                                                     FARADAY GROUP  1 Doig Ave, Denistone East NSW 2112  (02) 9809 5299
 AS3000 and client’s specifications.                                                              Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
                                                                                                  Practice, Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                 Maintenance Checks:
 Manufacturer’s recommended tools.                                                                Hand tools to be checked daily.
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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                          INSTALLATION OF LIGHTING LOOMS                                                       WMS No 010

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                     Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                     Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                               Risk Assessment              Risk Levels       Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Check drawings to confirm loom locations and specifications        N/A                                N/A         N/A

 2. Receive cable and sockets bases on site and confirm correct        Struck by falling object            3          Keep lifting area clear of people (4.9)
    types, sizes and numbers                                           Manual handling                     2          Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.7)

 3. Construct lighting looms to client’s specifications                Hand injuries                       3          Use tool appropriately

 4. Label each loom with distribution board & circuit no.              N/A                                N/A         N/A

 5. Install looms to client’s specifications                           Electric shock                      1          Use only correctly tagged equipment (4.2)
                                                                       Falls                               2          Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)

 6. Confirm socket locations and fixings to client’s spec.             Falls                               2          Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)

 7. Install circuit feeds and switch wires to client’s spec.           Electric shock                      1          Use only correctly tagged equipment (4.2)
                                                                       Falls                               2          Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)

 8. Clean area                                                         Hand injuries                       3          Wear suitable gloves (3.4)

 RISK LEVELS:                           Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                           Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 AS3000 and client’s specifications.                                                              Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
                                                                                                  Practice, Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                 Maintenance Checks:
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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                            INSTALLATION OF CABLE SUPPORTS                                                         WMS No 011

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                        Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                         Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                                Risk Assessment                Risk Levels       Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Check location to drawing & specifications                          Tripping and exposed nails            3          Ensure area is clear (1.5)
                                                                                                                         Wear safety footwear (3.4)

 2. Receive cable supports on site confirming correct type, size        Struck by falling objects             2          Keep lifting area clear of people (4.9)
    and number                                                          Manual handling                       2          Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.7)

 3. Mark out route of cable supports to specifications confirming       Falling                               2          Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)
    clearance of other services                                                                                          Use fall protection as appropriate (3.5)

 4. Install supports to client’s specifications supporting as           Electric shock                        1          Ensure power tools and leads are tagged (4.2)
    necessary and using correct size bolts                              Falling                               2          Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.2)

 5. Confirm tightness of fixings                                        Falling                               2          Use ladders in accordance with WMS 996 (5.2)

 6. Install cable supports                                              Struck by falling objects             2          Keep lifting area clear of people (4.7)
                                                                        Falling                               2          Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)
                                                                                                                         Use fall protection as appropriate (3.5)

 7. Clean area                                                          Hand injuries                         3          Use suitable gloves

 RISK LEVELS:                          Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                              Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 AS3000 and client’s specifications.                                                                 Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
                                                                                                     Practice, Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                    Maintenance Checks:
 Portable tools, ladders, EWP                                                                        Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. EWP in accordance with manufacturer’s
                                                                                                     recommendations.

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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                                  INSTALLATION OF MAINS                                                         WMS No 012

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                    Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                            Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                               Risk Assessment                Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Liaise with Supply Authority to coordinate to supply               N/A                                  N/A        N/A
 2. Obtain Supply Authority Certificate & check drawings               N/A                                  N/A        N/A
 3. Coordinate shutdowns with client                                   N/A                                  N/A        N/A
 4. Receive mains on site                                              Falling objects                       2         Keep lifting area clear of people (4.7)
                                                                       Manual handling                       2         Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.7)
 5. Shut down and install DANGER tags                                  Electric shock                        1         Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1)
 6. Remove existing mains terminations if applicable                   Electric shock                        1         Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1)
 7. Install mains to specifications                                    Electric shock                        1         Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1)
 8. Terminate new mains to specifications                              Electric shock                        1         Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1)
 9. Confirm installation to drawings & spec & ensure                   Electric shock                        1         Confirm DEAD and identify cables before commencing work (6.1)
    connections are tight
 10. Clean area                                                        Hand injuries                         3         Wear suitable gloves (3.4)
 11. Test installation                                                 Electric shock                        1         Confirm DEAD and identify cables before commencing work (6.1)
 12. Liaise with Supply Authority for inspection & test                N/A                                  N/A        N/A
 13. Remove DANGER tags                                                N/A                                  N/A        N/A
 14. Energise supply                                                   Electric shock                        1         Follow Standard Working procedures (Chapter 6)
 15. Install signs or labels as required                               Hand injuries                         3         Use tools appropriately (5.6)
 RISK LEVELS:                              Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)
 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable
 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                             Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 Installation to comply with AS3000 and client’s specifications.                                    Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
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 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                   Maintenance Checks:
 Portable tools, ladders, EWP                                                                       Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. EWP in accordance with manufacturer’s

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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                 INSTALLATION OF SWITCHBOARD CONNECTIONS                                                    WMS No 013

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                    Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                     Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                               Risk Assessment             Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)
 1. Confirm switchboard meets and has been installed to                N/A                               N/A        N/A
     specifications
 2. Confirm cables to be connected meet spec & all cables have         N/A                               N/A        N/A
    been installed. Check any spec requirements have been
    met.
 3. Group cables together as they enter switchboard and fix with       Hand injuries                      3         Use suitable gloves (3.4)
    cable ties.
 4. Separate cables into groups of like destination. Seal or plug      Electric shock                     1         Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1)
    any unused cable entries.
 5. Mark each conductor prior to removing any secondary                N/A                               N/A        N/A
    insulation
 6. Group conductors of like destinations and fix into a loom          Hand injuries                      3         Use suitable gloves (3.4)
    system
 7. Align and terminate each conductor into its correct location       Electric shock                     1         Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1)
 8. Check & tighten all terminations & connections                     Electric shock                     1         Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1)
 9. Confirm installations meet specifications                          N/A                               N/A        N/A
 10. Install labels, signs or markings as required                     N/A                               N/A        N/A
 11. Clean switchboard                                                 Hand injuries                      3         Use suitable gloves (3.4)
 12. Confirm all circuits have been completed and DANGER tag           N/A                               N/A        N/A
     any incomplete circuits
 13. Test & commission sw/bd using relevant procedures.                Electric shock                     1         Follow safe work practices (6.3)
     Confirm phase rotation of all 3-phase equipment.
 14. Complete records                                                  N/A                               N/A        N/A
 RISK LEVELS:                          Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)
 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable
 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                          Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 AS3000 and client’s specifications.                                                             Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
                                                                                                 Practice, Electrical Practices for Construction Work

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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                INSTALLATION OF NEW WORK IN EXISTING SWITCHBOARDS                                             WMS No 014

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                      Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                      Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                                 Risk Assessment            Risk Levels       Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)
 1. Check drawings and specifications                                    N/A                              N/A         N/A
 2. Arrange isolation of section of, or complete switchboard with        N/A                              N/A         N/A
    client
 3. Isolate section of, or complete switchboard, install insulating      Electric shock                    1          Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1)
    barriers                                                                                                          Follow Standard Working Procedures (Chapter 6)
 4. Fit DANGER TAGS to isolation devices                                 N/A                              N/A         N/A
 5. Test that work area has been safely isolated                         Electric shock                    1          Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1)
                                                                                                                      Follow Standard Working Procedures (Chapter 6)
 6. Complete installations to client’s specifications                    Electric shock                    1          Test and identify cables before commencing work (6.1)
 7. Check and tighten all terminations and connections                   Electric shock                    1          Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1)
                                                                                                                      Follow Standard Work Procedures (Chapter 6)
 8. Confirm installation to client’s specifications                      N/A                              N/A         N/A
 9. Fit DANGER TAGS to any incomplete work                               N/A                              N/A         N/A
 10. Install labels, signs or markings as required                       N/A                              N/A         N/A
 11. Clean work area                                                     Hand injuries                     3          Wear suitable gloves (3.4)
 12. Test and commission new installation following relevant             Electric shock                    1          Follow Standard Working Procedures (Chapter 6)
     procedures. Confirm phase rotation of all 3-phase equipment
 13. Complete records                                                    N/A                              N/A         N/A
 RISK LEVELS:                           Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)
 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable
 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                           Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 AS3000 and client’s specifications.                                                              Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                                INSTALLATION OF SUBMAINS                                                             WMS No 015

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                       Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                         Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                                 Risk Assessment                Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)
 1. Check location to drawings and specification layout and              Tripping and exposed nails            3         Ensure area is clear (1.5)
    mark out                                                                                                             Wear safety footwear (3.4)
 2. Plan installation so as to work towards the main switchboard         Electric shock                        1         Connections to the main switchboard to be made only when it is
                                                                                                                         CONFIRMED DEAD (6.1)
 3. Confirm cable specifications and condition                           N/A                                  N/A        N/A
 4. Install cable to client’s specifications                             Falls                                 2         Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)
                                                                                                                         Use fall protection as appropriate (3.5)
                                                                         Manual handling                       2
                                                                         Electric shock                        1         Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.7)
                                                                                                                         Ensure that no bare conductors can contact any live parts.
                                                                                                                         Effectively insulate both ends of all cables near any live parts.
                                                                                                                         Restrain the ends of all cables near any live parts.
 5. Terminate submains to specifications                                 Electric shock                        1         Isolate main switchboard and install DANGER TAGS
                                                                                                                         Confirm DEAD before making any connections (6.1)
 6. Clean area                                                           Hand injuries                         3         Use suitable gloves (3.4)
 7. Test installation                                                    Electric shock                        1         Confirm DEAD and identify cables before commencing work (6.1)
 8. Remove DANGER TAGS                                                   N/A                                  N/A        N/A
 9. Energise main switchboard                                            Electric shock                        1         Follow Standard Working Procedures (Chapter 6)
 10. Install signs or labels as required                                 Hand injuries                         3         Use tools appropriately (5.6)
 RISK LEVELS:                              Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)
 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable
 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                               Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 AS3000 and client’s specifications.                                                                  Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
                                                                                                      Practice, Electrical Practices for Construction Work
 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                     Maintenance Checks:
 Portable drills, ladders, appropriate mechanical handling equipment                                  Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. EwP in accordance with manufacturer’s
                                                                                                      recommendations. Mechanical handling equipment to be checked in accordance with Statutory
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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                      INSTALLATION OF POWER & LIGHT CABLING                                                        WMS No 016

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                       Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                         Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                                 Risk Assessment                Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)
 1. Check location to drawings and specification layout and              Tripping and exposed nails            3         Ensure area is clear (1.5)
    mark out                                                                                                             Wear safety footwear (3.4)
 2. Plan installation so as to work towards the main sw/b                Electric shock                        1         Connections to main switchboard to be made only when confirmed DEAD
                                                                                                                         (6.1)
 3. Confirm cable specifications and condition                           N/A                                  N/A        N/A
 4. Install cable to client’s specifications                             Falls                                 2         Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)
                                                                                                                         Use fall protection where appropriate (3.5)
                                                                         Manual handling                       2         Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.7)
                                                                         Electric shock                        1         Ensure no bare conductors can contact any live parts.
                                                                                                                         Restrain the ends of all cables near any live parts.
 5. Terminate submains to specifications                                 Electric shock                        1         Isolate main switchboard and install DANGER TAGS
 6. Clean area                                                           Hand injuries                         3         Use suitable gloves (3.4)
 7. Test installation                                                    Electric shock                        1         Confirm DEAD and identify cables before commencing work (6.1)
 8. Remove DANGER TAGS                                                   N/A                                  N/A        N/A
 9. Energise main switchboard                                            Electric shock                        1         Follow Standard Working Procedures (Chapter 6)
 10. Install signs or labels as required                                 Hand injuries                         3         Use tools appropriately (5.6)
 RISK LEVELS:                              Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)
 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable
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 AS3000 and client’s specifications.                                                                  Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
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 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                     Maintenance Checks:
 Portable drills, ladders, appropriate mechanical handling equipment                                  Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily. EwP in accordance with manufacturer’s
                                                                                                      recommendations. Mechanical handling equipment to be checked in accordance with Statutory
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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                           INSTALLATION OF POWER OUTLETS                                                       WMS No 017

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                      Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                      Approved By:
 Work Method Description                                              Risk Assessment              Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Check layout to drawings & specifications and confirm client      N/A                                N/A        N/A

 2. Check walls, cavities and ceilings for other services &           Falls                               2         Ensure area is clear (5.1)
    confirm location of any water pipes, gas lines or power or        Hand injuries                       3         Wear safety footwear (3.4)
    telephone cables.                                                                                               Use suitable gloves (3.4)
                                                                                                                    Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)
                                                                                                                    Use fall protection as appropriate (3.5)

 3. Check equipment is tagged                                         Electric shock                      1         Use only correctly tagged equipment (4.2)

 4. Fit power point mounting brackets as required                     Debris and noise from               3         Use minimum drilling speed consistent with effective work.
                                                                      drilling                                      Use appropriate respirators, eye and handling protection (3.4)
                                                                                                                    Keep drill bits sharp. Use ladder or platform appropriately (5.3)

 5. Tape or insulate ends of new cable to prevent electrical          Electric shock                      1         Use suitable insulating material
    contact

 6. Run cables                                                        Hand injuries                       3         Use suitable gloves (3.4)
                                                                      Electric shock                      1         Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1)

 7. Connect power outlets                                             Electric shock                      1         Confirm DEAD before commencing work (6.1)

 8. Confirm fittings are secure & installed to spec                   Falling                             2         Use ladder or platform appropriately (5.3)

 9. Clear area and remove isolation or DANGER TAGS                    Hand injuries                       3         Use suitable gloves (3.4)

 RISK LEVELS:                         Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                 STRIPPING OUT OF REDUNDANT SERVICES/WIRING                                                   WMS No 018

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                     Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                    Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                                Risk Assessment             Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Preparation – Hazard Assessment Check (HAC) of the work             NA                                NA         NA
    site; check with customer; check safety equipment

 2. Switchboard – check switchboard not alive; HAC                      Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment.
    switchboard; turn off Main Switches
                                                                                                                     Use appropriate PPE

 3. Uninterruptable supply – isolate individual circuits and tag of     Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment.
    using danger stickers. Add authorised person details.
                                                                                                                     Use appropriate PPE

 4. Circuits – trace circuit and tag of for future re-instatement or    Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment.
    removal all together. (mark CB as spare)
                                                                                                                     Use appropriate PPE




 RISK LEVELS:                           Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                                MANUAL HANDLING                                                               WMS No 020

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                               Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                          Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                          Risk Assessment                  Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Identify characteristics:
    (a) The object to be handled                                  Sizes, shapes, weight, bulk,            2         Complete Risk Identification as in Appendix 1
                                                                  stability, hot, cold, sharp
                                                                  edges grip.

     (b) The task                                                 Frequency, bending,                     2         Complete Risk Identification as in Appendix 1
                                                                  reaching, twisting, balance,
                                                                  distances, forces.

                                                                  Space, access, lighting,
     (c) The working environment                                  floor surfaces, hot/cold.               2         Complete Risk Identification as in Appendix 1

                                                                  New, ages, disabilities,
     (d) The individuals involved                                 PPE&C, training, hazard                 2         Complete Risk Identification as in Appendix 1
                                                                  awareness. If team lifting,
                                                                  training and physically
                                                                  matched.

 RISK LEVELS:                       Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                         WORKING WITH BOOM HOISTS                                                             WMS No 021

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                               Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                          Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                          Risk Assessment                  Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

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 1. Check that machine is safe to use mechanically                  Machine failure, personal            2          Check logbook, hydraulics, tyres, audible alarm, and warning lights
                                                                    injury

 2. Check electrical equipment on machine                           Electric shock                       1          Check general-purpose outlet, residual current device and earth continuity
                                                                                                                    between earth pin and machine frame. Trip test RCD

 3. Check surfaces on which the machine is to be used               Machine instability                  2          Use machine only on stable, level surfaces in accordance with the
                                                                                                                    manufacturers instructions

 4. Secure working area                                             Personal injuries                    2          Barricade working area, erect signs, tie tools on, and secure objects at
                                                                                                                    height

 5. Prevent falls                                                   Personal injuries                    2          Use parachute harness with lanyard and shock absorber.
                                                                                                                    Ensure attachment point is appropriate.
                                                                                                                    Stay wholly within the bucket at all times.
                                                                                                                    Enter or exit bucket only while lowered.
                                                                                                                    Use the machine only in wind less than 12.5 m/sec.

 6. Check services in work area                                     Personal injuries                    2          Isolate as required

 RISK LEVELS:                        Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                               USING MOBILE SCAFFOLDS                                                         WMS No 022

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                 Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                         Approved By:
 Work Method Description                                            Risk Assessment               Risk Levels       Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Erect scaffold in accordance with the manufacturer or           Unstable ground                      2          Place appropriate sole boards under standards
    supplier’s instructions.                                        Overturning
                                                                    Collapse                                        Competent person to erect scaffold as per manufactured
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                                                                    Electric shock

 2. Check surfaces on which the scaffold is to be used              Scaffold instability               1          Use scaffold only on stable, level surfaces in accordance with
                                                                                                                  manufacturer’s instructions.
                                                                                                                  Stay wholly within scaffold at all times.

 3. Secure working area                                             Personal injuries                  2          Ensure handrails are fitted as erection proceeds
                                                                                                                  Use fall protection as appropriate
                                                                                                                  Ensure safe distances are maintained from conductors

 4. Observe safe work procedures                                    Personal injuries                  2          Use appropriate fall protection. Ensure SWL is observed and wheels are
                                                                                                                  locked when in working position.
                                                                                                                  Use the scaffold only in wind less than 12.5 m/sec

 5. Check services in work area                                     Personal injuries                  2          Isolate as required

 RISK LEVELS:                        Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                        DISMANTLING MOBILE SCAFFOLDS                                                        WMS No 023

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                  Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                      Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                            Risk Assessment             Risk Levels       Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Dismantle scaffold in accordance with the manufacture or        Falling objects                    2          Ensure work platform is clean prior to dismantling.
    supplier’s instructions                                         Electric shock                     1          Ensure safe distances are maintained from conductors.
                                                                    Overturning                        2          Remove lower ties only when the scaffold is dismantled down to that level.

 2. Secure working area                                             Personal injury                    2          Wear appropriate personal protective equipment.
                                                                                                                  Ensure ropes for lowering equipment are securely tied.

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                                                                                                                     Barricade working area and erect signs.

 RISK LEVELS:                           Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                  SELF TESTING WHERE SUPPLY IS NOT AVAILABLE                                                WMS No 024

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                    Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                     Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                                Risk Assessment             Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Disconnect supply, MEN connection, water heater earth at            NA                                NA         NA
    switchboard

 2. Testing all circuits on premises                                                                       3

 3. Testing all circuits individually at switchboard                                                       3

 4. Testing circuits with connected loads (water heaters                                                   3
    luminaires, ranges & air conditioners)

 5. Connecting MEN                                                                                         3
    - with a variety of neutral loads
    - with load in 1 neutral only

 6. Testing Socket Outlet Circuits                                                                         3

 7. Testing Socket Outlets with Connected Loads                                                            3

 8. Disconnecting test equipment                                        NA                                NA         NA




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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                     SELF TESTING WHERE SUPPLY IS AVAILABLE                                                   WMS No 025

 Revision Date: 24/04/2007                                                     Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                     Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                                Risk Assessment             Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)
 1. Disconnect supply, MEN connection, water heater earth at            Electric shock                     1         Wear personal protective equipment
    switchboard
 2. Testing all circuits on premises                                    Electric shock                     1         Use recommended testing equipment; Stand on insulating mat
                                                                                                                     Wear personal protective equipment
 3. Testing luminaires circuits: polarity; earth neutral position;      Electric shock                     1         Use recommended testing equipment; Stand on insulating mat
     circuit marking; number of points; circuits operate as                                                          Wear personal protective equipment
     intended
 4. Testing circuits with connected loads (water heaters                Electric shock                     1         Use recommended testing equipment; Stand on insulating mat
    luminaires, ranges & air conditioners) – at premises                                                             Wear personal protective equipment
 5. Testing all circuits individually at switchboard                    Electric shock                     1         Use recommended testing equipment; Stand on insulating mat
                                                                                                                     Wear personal protective equipment
 6. Testing circuits with connected loads (water heaters                Electric shock                     1         Use recommended testing equipment; Stand on insulating mat
    luminaires, ranges & air conditioners) – at switchboard                                                          Wear personal protective equipment
 7. MEN Connection: neutral load for socket outlets and                 Electric shock                     1         Stand on insulating mat; Wear personal protective equipment;
    lampholder circuit; supply to each circuit individually             Explosion                                    Make sure test equipment is functional & test before connecting
 8. Testing Socket Outlet Circuits                                      Electric shock                     1         Use recommended testing equipment; Stand on insulating mat
                                                                                                                     Wear personal protective equipment
 9. Testing all circuits with connected loads: circuit functions as     Electric shock                     1         Use recommended testing equipment; Stand on insulating mat
    intended                                                                                                         Wear personal protective equipment


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 10. Disconnect test equipment                                        NA                                NA         NA

 RISK LEVELS:                          Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                            DISCONNECTION OF SUPPLY AT POINT OF ATTACHMENT                                                WMS No 026

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                   Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                     Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                              Risk Assessment             Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Preparation – HAC the work site; check with customer;             NA                                NA         NA
    check safety equipment

 2. Switchboard – check switchboard not alive; HAC                    Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment
    switchboard; turn off Main Switches

 3. Switchboard - Install or prove Main Earth; check line and         Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment
    load side of service fuses; check phase rotation (if reqd);
    secure & make safe Switchboard

 4. HAC point of attachment; install ladder; suit up in safety        Electric Shock                     1         Use ladders or platform appropriately
    gear; id service neutral; id line active/actives                  Falling

 5. Disconnect main neutral from neutral link                         Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment
    Disconnect actives at PofA                                        Falling                                      Use ladders or platform appropriately
    Disconnect neutral at PofA

 6. Remove ladder and secure site; check safety equipment &           Electric Shock                     1         Use ladders or platform appropriately
    stow away                                                         Falling

 RISK LEVELS:                          Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

                                                              FARADAY GROUP  1 Doig Ave, Denistone East NSW 2112  (02) 9809 5299
 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                           Codes of Practice, Legislation:
                                                                                                  Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
                                                                                                  Practice, Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment: All safety equipment compliant with Energy Australia regulations.               Maintenance Checks:


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 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                               RECONNECTION OF SUPPLY AT POINT OF ATTACHMENT                                                   WMS No 027

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                     Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                     Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                                Risk Assessment             Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Preparation – HAC the work site; check with customer;               NA                                NA         NA
    check safety equipment

 2. Switchboard – check switchboard not alive; HAC                      Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment
    switchboard; turn off Main Switches

 3. Switchboard - Install or prove Main Earth; check line and           Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment
    load side of service fuses; megger & continuity test Mains;
    reinstall main neutral & MEN; secure & make safe
    Switchboard

 4. HAC point of attachment; install ladder; suit up in safety          Electric Shock                     1         Use ladders or platform appropriately
    gear; id service neutral                                            Falling

 5. Remove main neutral from link at swbd; connect neutral at           Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment
    PofA; test actives                                                  Falling                                      Use ladders or platform appropriately

 6. Remove safety equipment and secure PofA; HAC                        Electric Shock                     1         Use ladders or platform appropriately
    switchboard (alive); lamp test Active to Neutral; Install           Falling
    neutral in link; check phase rotation, fuses & install; turn
    main switch on

 RISK LEVELS:                           Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                           Codes of Practice, Legislation:
                                                                                                  Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of

                                                                FARADAY GROUP  1 Doig Ave, Denistone East NSW 2112  (02) 9809 5299
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                                                         FARADAY GROUP  1 Doig Ave, Denistone East NSW 2112  (02) 9809 5299
Work Method Statement                                                     CONFINED SPACE HORIZONTAL ENTRY                                                           WMS No 0028

Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                  Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                          Approved By:

Work Method Description                               Risk Assessment                        Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

1.   Identify confined space                          Dangerous Atmosphere                         1          Complete Confined Space Entry Risk Assessment forms. (by Competent person)

2.   Entry to Horizontal Confined space               Dangerous Atmosphere                         1          Complete Confined Space Entry Permit. (by Competent person)


3.   Standby Person                                   Safe Atmosphere                              3          Competent Person wearing S/C Breathing App, Safety Harness, communications.


3.     Working in Horizontal confined space           Safe Atmosphere                              3          Use of Gas Detector and safety harness, communications and motion detector to
                                                                                                              be worn by a competent person at all times while in a confined space.

                                                                                                              (competent person shall always have the right to upgrade P.P.E. levels if he/she
                                                                                                              considers it necessary)

4.    Exiting Confined Space                          Safe Atmosphere                              3          It shall be ensured and acknowledged, in writing that work in the confined space
                                                                                                              has been completed and that all persons involved in the work have left the space
                                                                                                              before authorisation for the return to service of the confined space is made

5.     Change in Atmosphere                           Degradation of Atmosphere                    1          Exit area immediately.

                                                      (Gas Detector goes into alarm)                          (refer to step 4)

6.    Re-entry to Horizontal Confined Space           Dangerous Atmosphere                         1          Start process again from the beginning of this WMS

RISK LEVELS:                        Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

* Eliminate or, where this is not practicable, minimise the need to enter confined spaces.

Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                      Codes of Practice, Legislation:
AS3000 , AS/NZ 2865 / 2001 and client’s specifications                      Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of Practice, Electrical Practices
                                                                            for Construction Work, Safe working in confined spaces

Plant/Equipment:                                                            Maintenance Checks:
                                                                            P.P.E. and Hand tools to be checked daily
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                                                            FARADAY GROUP  1 Doig Ave, Denistone East NSW 2112  (02) 9809 5299
 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                                    ROOF ACCESS                                                                WMS No 0029

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                  Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                         Approved By:

 Work Method Description                            Risk Assessment                           Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Working at Height/Roof Acccess                  Falling from Building                           1          Do not approach edge of building within 2m without appropriate height safety
                                                                                                               equipment.

                                                                                                               Stay within fenced areas

 1. Wind                                            Falling from Building                           1          Do not approach edge of building within 2m without appropriate height safety
                                                                                                               equipment. Do not access roof during excess wind periods.

 1. Rain/wet surfaces                               Falling from Building                           1          Do not approach edge of building within 2m without appropriate height safety
                                                                                                               equipment. Do not access pitched roof during rain or when wet.




 RISK LEVELS:                        Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * Eliminate or, where this is not practicable, minimise the need to enter confined spaces.

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                      Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 AS3000 , AS/NZ 2865 / 2001 and client’s specifications                      Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of Practice, Electrical Practices
                                                                             for Construction Work, Safe working in confined spaces

 Plant/Equipment:                                                            Maintenance Checks:
                                                                             P.P.E. and Hand tools to be checked daily


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                                                          FARADAY GROUP  1 Doig Ave, Denistone East NSW 2112  (02) 9809 5299
 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                                    METERING                                                             WMS No 030

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                  Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                   Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                             Risk Assessment             Risk Levels      Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Preparation – HAC the work site; check with customer;            NA                                NA         NA
    check safety equipment

 2. Switchboard – check switchboard not alive; HAC                   Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment
    switchboard; turn off Main Switches; Remove service fuse

 3. Switchboard - Install or prove Main Earth; check line and        Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment
    load side of service fuses; megger & continuity test Mains;
    reinstall main neutral & MEN; secure & make safe
    Switchboard; Check no power at meter

 4. Meter – Remove line and load tails. Remove neutral and           Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment
    make safe

 5. Remove meter and screws                                          Cuts                               2         Remove screws from meter

 6. Install new meter. Connect neutral and phases. Reinstall         Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment
    service fuse

 7. Check polarity and phase rotation; seal off meter and service    Electric Shock                     1         Test to make sure all safe using recommended testing equipment
     fuse

 RISK LEVELS:                         Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                        Codes of Practice, Legislation:
                                                                                               Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
                                                                                               Practice, Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment: All safety equipment compliant with Energy Australia regulations.            Maintenance Checks:


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                                                             FARADAY GROUP  1 Doig Ave, Denistone East NSW 2112  (02) 9809 5299
 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                              INSTALLATION OF DATA CABLING                                                       WMS No 031

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                      Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                      Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                                 Risk Assessment              Risk Levels       Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Check drawings to confirm outlet locations and specifications        N/A                               N/A          N/A

 2. Receive cable and sockets on site and confirm correct                Struck by falling object            3          Keep lifting area clear of people (4.9)
    types, sizes and numbers                                             Manual handling                     4          Implement manual handling risk control procedures (1.7)

 3. Construct data cabling runs to client’s specifications               Hand injuries                       4          Use approriate PPE

 4. Label each cable with marker/brady label.                            N/A                               N/A          N/A

 5. Install Data runs to client’s specifications                         Hand injuries                       4          Use only correctly tagged equipment (4.2)
                                                                         Falls                               4          Use ladders in accordance with WMS 006 (5.3)

 6. Confirm socket locations and fixings to client’s spec.               N/A                               N/A          N/A

 7. Clean area                                                           Hand injuries                       3          Wear suitable gloves (3.4)

 RISK LEVELS:                           Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                             Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 AS3000 and client’s specifications.                                                                Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
                                                                                                    Practice, Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                   Maintenance Checks:
 Portable tools, ladders                                                                            Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily.


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                                                                 FARADAY GROUP  1 Doig Ave, Denistone East NSW 2112  (02) 9809 5299
 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                                  INSTALLING SENSORS                                                              WMS No 032

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                      Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                       Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                              Risk Assessment               Risk Levels       Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Check layout and mark out.                                        Pedestrians                          3          Ensure area in particular walkways are clear and baricaded(1.5)
                                                                                                                      Wear safety footwear

 2. Receive Sensors on site & confirm correct numbers/types           Struck by falling objects            4          Keep lifting area clear of people (4.9)
                                                                      Manual handling                      4

 3. Confirm location for sensor                                       Pedestrians                          4          Care to be taken while checking each entrance by standing to one side.

 4. Measure each location cut holes and connect and mount
     sensor.                                                          Falling                              3          Use ladders or platforms appropriately (5.3)

 5. Test sensor and confirm operation make any adjustments            Falling                              3          Use ladder or platform appropriately (5.3)

 6. Confirm fitting is secure and installed to spec                   Falling                              2          Use ladder or platform appropriately (5.3)

 7. Clear area                                                        Hand injuries                        3          Use gloves (3.4)

 RISK LEVELS:                          Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                           Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 AS3000 and client’s specifications.                                                              Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of
                                                                                                  Practice, Electrical Practices for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                 Maintenance Checks:
 Portable drill, leads and ladders.                                                               Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily.


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                                                              FARADAY GROUP  1 Doig Ave, Denistone East NSW 2112  (02) 9809 5299
 WORK METHOD STATEMENT                                                                                        INSTALLING SIGNAGE                                                                            WMS No 033

 Revision Date: 25/08/2008                                                                          Revision Description: ISSUED FOR USE                                                     Approved By:

 Work Method Description                                                          Risk Assessment                           Risk Levels         Recommended Actions * (Clause No.)

 1. Confirm installation specifications                                           N/A                                           N/A             N/A

 2. Prepare installation area & confirm adequate space including door swing       Hand injuries, tripping and                     3             Ensure area in particular walkways are clear (1.5)
    for maintenance                                                               exposed nail
                                                                                                                                                Wear safety footwear (3.4). Use suitable gloves (3.4)

 3. Arrange for crane or other mechanical handling equipment if needed            N/A                                           N/A             N/A

 4. Receive signage on site including test certificates                           Falling objects                                 2             Keep lifting area clear of people (4.9)

                                                                                  Manual Handing                                  2             Implement manual handing risk control procedure (1.7)

 5. Transfer Signage to installation location                                     Falling Objects                                 2             Use mechanical handing equipment (4.9)

                                                                                  Manual Handing                                  2             Implement manual handling risk control procedure (1.7)

 6. Mark out location ensure coordination w/other services                        N/A                                           N/A             N/A

 7.   Install signage to manufacturer’s & client’s specification                  Manual Handling                                 2             Implement manual handling risk control procedure (1.7)

 8. Commission signage                                                            Electric shock, explosion                       1             Carry out pre-commission test and isolation procedures (6.3/4)

 9. Clean area                                                                    Hand injuries                                   3             Use suitable gloves (3.4)

 RISK LEVELS:                                   Class 1 (high) Class 2 (medium) Class 3 (low) Class 4 (Very Low Risk)

 * To be read in conjunction with NECA Safety Guide for Electrical Industry Employees 1998 (Clause No.) where applicable

 Engineering Details/Certificates/Work Cover Approvals:                                                                 Codes of Practice, Legislation:
 AS3000 and client’s specifications.                                                                                    Occupational Health and Safety Act 2000, OH&S Safety Regulations 2001 and Code of Practice, Electrical Practices
                                                                                                                        for Construction Work

 Plant/Equipment:                                                                                                       Maintenance Checks:
                                                                                                                        Hand tools and ladders to be checked daily.
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