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Insulator risk assessment details

This article lists the Insulator risk assessment details, the tenderer shall complete the relevant item as applicable. These are convenient for insulator tender or bid.

Insulator risk assessment details

Insulator risk assessment details
Have Risk Assessments been carried out on equipment tendered which meet the requirements of AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 (Yes/No)
Have copies of such risk assessments been included with the tender (Yes/No)
What is the weight of the components to be moved (for example - cable box covers/drawout circuit breaker trucks)?
How often do the components have to be moved?
Are space restrictions associated with: Manual/materials handling tasks; Installation/maintenance; Operating procedures?
Is there provision for the use of mechanical lifting devices?
Is the load stable?
What is the level of coupling? (poor/fair/good) (e.g. are operating handles fitted with grips)
What are the push/pull/rotational forces required to operate the equipment:
When new? During life expectancy?
Do "above ground" work surfaces have adequate fall protection (e.g. slip resistant surface, hand rails)?
Do the work positions require undesirable postures such as: Bending; Stretching; Twisting
What postures are required to be sustained over what period of time?
What movements are repetitive and for what duration?
What are the sound pressure levels (expressed in dB(A))?
What hazardous substances are used/produced (including after failure) such as: Dust; Gas; Fume; Emissions; Mist; Liquid; Solids
Are the hazardous substances controls compatible with normal operational requirements?
Is a Safety Data Sheet for all hazardous substances provided?
What are the expected hazardous changes/by-products associated with the deterioration of a substance?
Is there any possible contact with energised components?
What are the levels of radiation emitted?
When in service, are any normally accessible areas hot/cold enough to be a hazard?
Are there any biological hazards?
Are there any mechanical hazards (e.g. nip in points, exposed moving components)?
Are mechanical hazards appropriately controlled (e.g. guarding, lock-outs)?
Are load limits established and clearly identified?
Are gauges clearly visible and easily interpreted?
Are control movements consistent with established Australian conventions (e.g. switch "UP" position is "OFF")?
What is the degree of whole body or hand/arm vibration? (Hz)
Are projectiles generated?
Are special tools required/identified/supplied?
What are the hazards associated with equipment failure?

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