Machine isolation, lock out tag out, and machine safety is a big safety risk on our site given that we work in food manufacturing. Training and knowledge around correct isolation procedures are especially important for maintenance fitters who work on this machinery when required, yet aren't the operators who work with them all the time. It is important they use danger tags to communicate to others that they are working in these areas. This helps keep everyone safe around machines which can cause serious incidents.
Although all of our maintenance personnel are trained to be competent in confined space entry prior to being permitted to carry out such work, this link provides a useful reminder of the procedures you must follow, and helpful hints. As long periods of time may pass between workers needing to enter confined spaces (although we ensure the competency is kept current), sometimes a reminder of the procedures is required to prepare properly for the task.
A concise Question and Answer, fact sheet to assist the general public in the event of a large accidental or terrorist release of ammonia
Jessica Mangan's insight:
By being informed about all the facts surrounding ammonia gas, and the risks involved, Luke is bound to be better prepared in case of any emergency involving ammonia. This link also contains further resources available, which Luke could visit should he require any further information.
The use of all asbestos containing material (ACM) has been banned Australia wide since 31 December 2003. However, asbestos containing materials are widespread especially within Queensland buildings and structures built or renovated prior to 1990.
Jessica Mangan's insight:
This website will help any employees on our site, particularly Maintenance staff who work in all different areas. Whilst we keep an up to date asbestos register, and are happy to work with any employees on our site to understand the hazards, this website can answer any questions and contains additional information for employees who want to know more, and how to protect themselves.
Although this website is aimed at a different industry, the information contained around working at heights is relevant to our workplace also. This website also shows relevant legislation, regulations and codes of practice. If Luke wanted further clarification on any issues surrounding working at heights, we make sure our employees know where to access this information and can assist them in looking up what they want, and find their way around the legislation etc.
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