Onsite Safety Induction

Onsite Safety Induction

Show Support is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace through:

  1. Identifying and controling hazards and risks through safety procedures
  2. Complying with legislation
  3. Effective Management
  4. Consultation with staff/ongoing training, two way communications

Fit For Work

Crew must have zero influence of drugs and alcoholCrew must communicate pre-existing conditions/injuriesCrew must manage fatiqueIs there any reason crew should not be onsite

PPE

Steel Caps are required on All ShiftsHard Hats are required on All Shifts

Machinery

Never operate equipment without correct qualificationsKnow how to stop equipment in your areaKeep a safe distance from machinery being operated

Vehicle Movements

Keep a safe distance from vehicles at all timesWear Hi VIs safety vests near vehiclesAlways use hazard lights and have someone guide trucks into position

Laddars

Check for ANSI safety stickerNever use a faulty ladderAlways ensure crew foot the ladder and keep a 4:1 ratioAvoid standing on the top two rungs

Manual Handling

Lift correctly-bend knees, Keep back straightNever attempt to lift too heavy a load - carry in sectionshave correct number of crew to lift- use 4 crew where possiblePack trucks safety, follow experienced crewTake care on truck ramps, never let go of cases at the top of ramps

Reporting Incidents

All incidents/near misses or hazards should be reported to your supervisor or call 0295562011 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Induction Details

Fit for work

Question 1:

In case of any emergency, or any potential safety issue, as a Show Support Crew Member, you should call Show Support Operations on 02 9556 2011 any time of the day or night.

Fit for work

Question 2:

Show Support Crew Members must have zero influence of drugs and alcohol when they arrive for work.

Fit for work

Question 3:

Show Support Crew Members are not required to communicate pre-existing conditions and injuries to their Crew Chief, or to the office, before commencing work.

Fit for work

Question 4:

Show Support Crew Members must excuse themselves from work – with as much notice as possible – if they believe there is a risk they may suffer from fatigue during an upcoming Shift.

Fit for work

Question 5:

It is the not the responsibility of ALL Show Support Crew Members to report any issues that may inhibit their ability to work safely before they commence work.

Fit for work

Question 6:

Show Support Crew Members must arrive for work in time to participate in the tool box safety talk at the commencement of their Shift, and must pay attention for the duration of the tool box safety talk.

Personal Protective Equipment - PPE

Question 1:

Show Support Crew Members are required to wear Steel Caps on ALL Shifts.

Personal Protective Equipment - PPE

Question 2:

Show Support Crew Members are required to bring Hi Vis Safety Vests on ALL Shifts.

Personal Protective Equipment - PPE

Question 3:

Show Support Crew Members are required to bring Hard Hats on ALL Shifts.

Personal Protective Equipment - PPE

Question 4:

Show Support Crew Members are not required to wear their Show Support Waist Pack (if provided) containing tools (minimum 2 shifters and a multitool) for the duration of ALL Shifts.

Machinery

Question 1:

Show Support Crew Members must never operate equipment without the correct qualifications and must never operate equipment on Shifts if they have not specifically been booked to operate that equipment.

Machinery

Question 2:

Show Support Crew Members need not be familiar with emergency stop procedures for any machinery operating in their work area.

Machinery

Question 3:

Show Support Crew Members are not required to keep a safe distance from machinery being operated at all times.

Vehicle Movements

Question 1:

Show Support Crew Members must keep a safe distance from all vehicles or machinery at all times.

Vehicle Movements

Question 2:

Show Support Crew Members must wear Hi-Vis safety vests whenever vehicles or machinery are being operated onsite.

Vehicle Movements

Question 3:

Vehicle drivers should always use hazard lights, should drive under 10kms per hour and be guided whenever they are driving near Show Support Crew or within the grounds of Venues.

Ladders

Question 1:

Show Support Crew Members may use any ladder, even those not bearing the ANSI safety sticker.

Ladders

Question 2:

Show Support Crew Members must not use ladders with any defects, no matter how minor.

Ladders

Question 3:

All ladders should be footed by an experienced crew member and should keep a 4:1 ratio.

Ladders

Question 4:

It is acceptable under certain circumstances for Show Support Crew Members to stand on the top two rungs of a ladder.

Manual Handling

Question 1:

Show Support Crew Members must use correct manual handling techniques to lift equipment and must follow the guidance of experienced Crew Members.

Manual Handling

Question 2:

Show Support Crew Members must NEVER attempt to lift equipment beyond safe working limits. Emptying road cases to carry contents separately is an acceptable way to reduce the load and reduce the risk of injury.

Manual Handling

Question 3:

Show Support Crew Members do not necessarily need to follow the directions of experienced Crew Members when lifting road cases.

Manual Handling

Question 4:

Show Support Crew Members must work with the correct number of crew when lifting equipment. Use as many crew as possible to lessen the load of all items.

Manual Handling

Question 5:

Only experienced Crew Members should be working inside trucks or vans when packing them. Less experienced Crew Members must accept guidance from experienced Crew Members at all time, especially when loading or unloading vehicles.

Manual Handling

Question 6:

Show Support Crew Members must take care on truck ramps and should never release cases at the top of ramps, but must keep two hands on all cases at all times inside vehicles.

Manual Handling

Question 7:

Show Support Crew Members should never open the rear doors of trucks or vans when parked on non-level surfaces and must always exercise extreme caution when opening the rear doors of any vehicle in case the load has moved in transit.

Manual Handling

Question 8:

Only experienced Show Support Crew Members should operate tail lifters of vehicles. Tail lifter operators must clearly call tail lifter movements at all times and be extremely careful not to press the tilt button by mistake.

Manual Handling

Question 9:

Show Support Crew Members must be extremely careful with their hands and fingers when lifting road cases or handling base plates.

Manual Handling

Question 10:

I have received training on the safest way to lift a roadcase.

Manual Handling

Question 11:

I have received training on the safest way to stack a roadcase in a truck.

Reporting Incidents

Question 8:

All incidents/near misses or hazards should be reported to your supervisor or call 0295562011 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Communication

Question 1:

Show Support Crew Members must never endanger themselves or others by talking about non-work related topics when engaged in manual handling, especially when a supervisor gives directions.

WHS Policy

All Show Support Crew Members are responsible for their own safety, and the safety of others, at ALL times. The safety of all people onsite is the first and foremost concern of every Show Support Crew Member.


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Once I am issued with the SHS Waist Pack, I agree to wear it containing a minimum of 2 shifting spanners and 1 multitool (such as a Leatherman) for the duration of all shifts worked for Show Support with the logo clearly visible at all times. I also agree to wear a 19:25 podger (ratchet/wrench) on my belt for the duration of all shifts worked for SHS.