PROTECTING PEOPLE, IMPROVING PERFORMANCE
The Golden Safety Rules summarise the mandatory requirements for safety in the workplace. This includes management aspects of work such as planning, competency and documentation requirements.
As the Golden Safety Rules do not cover all operational risks it’s important that you make yourself aware of any other safety requirements before undertaking, and during work.
We continue to learn and review and improve our procedures to align with industry best practices.
GOLDEN RULE 1
MANAGEMENT OF CHANGE
Any permanent or temporary plant/organizational, technical design or work process change must be
identified, assessed and authorized by the responsible for the workplace.
GOLDEN RULE 2
PERMIT TO WORK
Before starting work always comply with the Permit to Work system this is an essential and
mandatory management tool to be adopted for non-routine or dangerous activities.
GOLDEN RULE 3
Implementation of procedures, controls and specialized personnel guarantee safety during activities where energized systems are present.
GOLDEN RULE 4
WORKING AT HEIGHT/DROPPED OBJECTS
Before starting work at heights, proper equipment and protection systems during work at height activities ensure the worker’s safety. Whilst preventing dropped objects by:
GOLDEN RULE 5
PROCESS AND MECHANICAL ISOLATIONS
Ensuring any work requiring an isolation.
GOLDEN RULE 6
Before starting a journey all driving behaviour and recommendations for proper vehicle management reduce the risk of accidents.
SFG Technical Ltd
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