Plant Management Procedure 206


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A plant management procedure ensures that plant and equipment are regularly serviced and maintained to prevent issues from arising due to faults or defects that could pose a risk to works’ health and safety. It also makes sure that operators have the required qualifications, and that the worksite is suitable for the operation of plant and equipment.

The procedure is to be used by management staff, employees and contractors. It coincides with the Work Health and Safety Act 2011, Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011 and the Code of Practice for Managing Risks of Plant in Workplace 2013.

The procedure ensures that:

  • plant and equipment are maintained correctly
  • a pre-start checklist is completed before operation
  • a logbook is used to record pre-start checklists
  • faulty or damaged plant is isolated, locked out and tagged
  • operators are trained and hold appropriate certification or licence
  • plant and equipment are used safely, and
  • environment is safe for operation of plant and equipment.

The Plant Management Procedure operates in conjunction with the following documents, forms and register:

  • 509 – Daily Plant Prestart Checklist
  • 517 – Audit Schedule
  • 524 – Plant Risk Assessment Form
  • REGISTER – Plant Register
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