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1 Manage occupational health and safety in the building and construction workplace CPCCBC4002A

2 History of Work Place Safety Laws The Industrial Revolution

3 History of Work Place Safety Laws Robens Report

4 History of Work Place Safety Laws Organised Labour

5 Current Law Work Health and Safety Act 2011 Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011

6 Work Health Safety Act 2011 Key Provisions Who Is Responsible for Safety What is Required

7 The PCBU

8 What is a Person Conducting Business Undertaking (PCBU) A PCBU is the Business – A person (Sole Traders & Partnerships) – An Incorporated Company

9 The Controller

10 The Manager

11 The Designer

12 The Manufacturer

13 The Importer

14 The Supplier

15 The Installer

16 Managers of a Company

17 The Worker

18 Any other Person

19 You Cannot Contract Out Your Duty

20 No Law against 2 Guilty Persons

21 Example Typical Building Site Structure – Contract BUILDER BRICKLAYING SUBCONTRACTOR BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE Sub- Contract Contract for Service Contract will Include Work Install Brickwork WHS Items Supply Scaffold Supply PPE

22 Example Typical Building Site Structure – WHS Responsibilities BUILDER - PCBU BRICKLAYING SUBCONTRACTOR - PCBU BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE Builder PCBU – Contract is Irrelevant Must ensure the Safety of Bricklayer PCBU Bricklaying Employee

23 Example Typical Building Site Structure – WHS Responsibilities BUILDER - PCBU BRICKLAYING SUBCONTRACTOR - PCBU BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE Bricklaying PCBU Must ensure the Safety of Bricklaying Employee

24 Example Typical Building Site Structure – WHS Responsibilities BUILDER - PCBU BRICKLAYING SUBCONTRACTOR - PCBU BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE Bricklaying PCBU Must supply Safety Items to employees

25 Example Typical Building Site Structure – WHS Responsibilities BUILDER - PCBU BRICKLAYING SUBCONTRACTOR - PCBU BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE BRICKLAYER EMPLOYEE Bricklaying PCBU Must ensure the that works do not effect the safety of Others (Incl. Builder PCBU)

26 Inspector Nikolovski v Northpac Constructions (2009) Laying Brickwork Overhand – Catch Scaffold 4m below on previous lift

27 Inspector Nikolovski v Northpac Constructions (2009) Bricklayer – Fell form Inside scaffold and suffered Broken Arm Prosecuted – Builder - PCBU – Sub-contractor Bricklayer - PCBU – Site Foreman - Controller

28 WORK HEALTH SAFETY REGULATIONS Compliance is Mandatory Tell you what you must do NSW Provisions 486 pages.

29 WORK HEALTH SAFETY REGULATIONS Regulations – Contain General Sections – Specific Sections

30 WORK HEALTH SAFETY REGULATIONS Regulations – Contain General Sections – Specific Sections

31 WORK HEALTH SAFETY REGULATIONS Regulations – Contain General Sections These provisions will apply to all workplaces

32 Regulations – Your Duty Note – It does not say how to do it

33 Site Amenities Note – It does not say how to do it

34 First Aid Note – It does not say how to do it

35 Emergency Plan Note – It does not say how to do it

36 WORK HEALTH SAFETY REGULATIONS Regulations – Specific Sections

37 Chapter 4 Hazardous Work Demolition Work Demolition Work Note – It does not say how to do it

38 Chapter 4 Hazardous Work High Risk Work High Risk Work

39 Chapter 4 Hazardous Work High Risk Work Scaffolding Scaffolding Dogging & Rigging Dogging & Rigging Cranes & Hoists Cranes & Hoists Reach Stackers > 3t Reach Stackers > 3t Pressure Equipment Pressure Equipment Boom Lift - Boom Lift - boom length >11m

40 WORK HEALTH SAFETY REGULATIONS Regulations – Specific Sections

41 Chapter 6 – Construction Work You Must Understand these definitions to pass this course – as they will determine your legal Requirements

42 Chapter 6 – Construction Work

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44 You Must Understand these definitions to pass this course – as they will determine your legal Requirements

45 Chapter 6 – Structure

46 Chapter 6 – Construction Work

47 Chapter 6 – High Risk Construction Work

48 Chapter 6 – Construction Work

49 Chapter 6 – Construction Project

50 Chapter 6 – Construction Work

51 Chapter 6 – Principle Contractor

52 Chapter 6

53 We will be looking at SWMS in much more detail later in this course

54 Chapter 6 We will be looking at SWMS in much more detail later in this course

55 Regulations While more specific They still generally state the Goals How do you know what to do

56 Codes of Practice

57 What is a Code of Practice Guide to Assist with compliance Prepared by experts Workcover

58 Codes of Practice It is the Primary Responsibility of the PCBU To ensure it is suitable

59 Where Do You get them From?

60 Primary Source Your Primary Source for any Workplace Safety data Workcover NSW

61 Australian Standards What legal effect do they have

62 Australian Standards What legal effect do they have Document prepared by experts Previously Regulations referred to them – e.g. AS Scaffolding Now referred to by Code of Practice – AS Scaffolding AS Scaffolding

63 Obtaining Standards SAI Global

64 Required Code of Practice


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