Electrical Safety Management Plan V7 2.docxIssue Date: December 2014TM-CORP-OHS-ELEC-01-5ELECTRICALSAFETY MANAGEMENT PLANth(7 REVISION)Amendment: 01 December 2014Spotless Electrical Safety Management Plan DocPage 1 of 34
s to supervision of 3rd and 4th yearapprentice brought in line with State of Victoria’srequirements; Updated safety document codingin line with changes introduced with the newsafety website. Removed references to deletedSafety Tool Box training documentsAdded scope of document, which is applicable toelectrical work carried out in Australia (Section1.3).Update references to legislation, Standardsand Code of Practices (Section 2.2, 2.3 and 2.4)Removed references to Safety Induction and FirstImpressions handbooks (Section 3.1)Reference to As-built drawings/plans prior toexcavation works (Section 4.7)Clarified that Live Work Permit, except for testingor fault finding, is required in Section 7.3Changed Section 7.3 to be applicable to Testingand Fault Finding only.Major revision incorporating changes introducedin AS/NZS 4836:2011 – Safe Working on or nearlow-voltage electrical installations and equipment,and various changes in States and Territorieslegislations.Minor amendments and updatesDate5th August 2009ByYin Taw Fung5th October 2009Yin Taw Fung21st October 2009Yin Taw Fung10th February 2012Yin Taw Fung01-January 2013David Kramer/Robert MosterdRemoval of reference to TRAIN-PF-OHS-ELEC07-01 form not required with e-learning modulesAdd reference to AS2467 under HV section 4.5Update form and standards references.Updated references to forms,Require of D license holders to complete ESMPQld safety regulation 2013HV refresher every 3 years; safety observer12months refresher01 August 201401 December 2014David Kramer/Spotless Electrical Safety Management Plan DocElectrical Safety Management Plan V7 2.docxIssue Date: December 2014TM-CORP-OHS-ELEC-01-5Page 2 of 34
TABLE OF CONTENTS184.108.40.206.4INTRODUCTION Overview Purpose .Scope .Spotless commitment to electrical safety .55555220.127.116.11.42.5LEGAL REQUIREMENTS .Standards .Legislation .Reference documents .Codes of practice .Requirements for electrical workers .66678918.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.83.9ELECTRICAL SAFETY .Induction .Safe system of work .Adherence to OH&S policy Basic Electrical Safety Principle . Incident Reporting Risk Assessments Personal protective equipment (PPE) . Electrical safety equipment and instrumentation . .Safety in customer’s installations .1010101111111212131444.1AUTHORISATIONS AND APPROVALS .Request to electrical supply authority 16164.2Defects reported to the relevant state or territory electrical safety body .126.96.36.199.64.7Implicit approval Live work High voltage work .Hazardous locations .Working in the vicinity of overhead or underground services 1616171717188.8.131.52SUPERVISION .Electrical workers supervision Contractor supervision .Apprentice supervision 19191920Spotless Electrical Safety Management Plan DocElectrical Safety Management Plan V7 2.docxIssue Date: December 2014TM-CORP-OHS-ELEC-01-5Page 3 of 34
184.108.40.206.46.56.6QUALITY CONTROL .Testing of electrical work .Site inspection before leaving .Certificate of test/compliance .Standards audit .Control of documents .Control of records .22222222222223220.127.116.11WORKING LIVE .Risk assessments .Live work permits .Live work method for testing & fault finding only .2424242588.18.2GENERAL PROCEDURES Lock and tag .Test and tag .26262699.19.2ELECTRICAL WORKER RECORDS .Electrical employees Contractors/subcontractors .2828281010.110.210.3ELECTRICAL EMPLOYEE TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT .Electrical safety management plan (ESMP) training .Training assessments .Competency audits .2929292911DEFINITIONS 30Spotless Electrical Safety Management Plan DocElectrical Safety Management Plan V7 2.docxIssue Date: December 2014TM-CORP-OHS-ELEC-01-5Page 4 of 34
1INTRODUCTION1.1OVERVIEWThis Electrical Safety Management Plan (ESMP) sets the minimum compliance, risk and safetystandards for Electrical Work conducted on behalf of Spotless.The Electrical Safety Management Plan applies to all Electrical Workers. Electrical Workers includesthe following groups: Spotless employees who are licensed Electrical Workers Supervisors and Managers of licensed Electrical Workers Electrical Contractors All other Electrical licence holders conducting Electrical Work on behalf of Spotless. All electrical associated trades (eg: trades with D licences where restricted electrical work isundertaken or where a risk assessment refers to this requirement)1.2PURPOSEThe purpose of the ESMP is to ensure the safety of Electrical Workers, clients, the public and tominimise the potential harm to human health and property when working with electricity.1.3SCOPEThe scope of the ESMP is applicable to Electrical Works carried out in Australia & New Zealand.1.4SPOTLESS’ COMMITMENT TO ELECTRICAL SAFETYSpotless is committed to: Strictly adhering to all legislative requirements and national Standards Using only Electrical Workers who hold relevant and current licences and who are competent incarrying out Works Maintaining the competency and skill of Electrical Workers at a high level Maintaining a safe environment when Electrical Work is being conducted Ensuring that Electrical Workers have appropriate electrical safety equipment and resources towork safely Ensuring that all work is tested and electrically safe Monitoring and evaluating the work of Electrical Workers to ensure compliance with Spotlessstandards and procedures Auditing the ESMP to ensure continuous improvementSpotless Electrical Safety Management Plan DocElectrical Safety Management Plan V7 2.docxIssue Date: December 2014TM-CORP-OHS-ELEC-01-5Page 5 of 34
2LEGAL REQUIREMENTS2.1STANDARDSAll Electrical Work shall be carried out in accordance with the respective State’s or Territory’slegislative requirements, in compliance to Standard AS/NZS 3000 and AS/NZS 4836 and any otherrelevant standards.Electrical installations or electrical equipment will not be connected to supply with any known defect.2.2LEGISLATIONSpotless will fulfil their obligation under each of the following State or Territory’s electrical safetylegislation:StateLegislationAustralian Capital Territory Electricity Safety Act 1971Electricity Safety Regulation 2004Construction Occupations (Licensing) Act 2004Utilities Act 2000New South Wales Electrical (Consumer Safety) Act 2004Electricity (Consumer Safety) Regulation 2006Electricity Supply (Safety and Network Management)Regulation 2008Occupational Licensing National Law (Transitional) Regulation2011 Northern Territory Electrical Workers and Contractors Act 2011Electrical Workers and Contractors Regulation 2009Electricity Reform Act 2011Electricity Reform (Safety and Technical) Regulations 2011Work Health and Safety (National Uniform Legislation)Regulations 2012Workplace Health and Safety Regulations 2011Queensland Electrical Safety Act 2002Electrical Safety Regulation 2013Electrical Safety (Codes of Practice) Notice 2002Work Health and Safety Act 2011Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011South Australia Electricity Act 1996Electricity (General) Regulations 1997Electricity (Principles of Vegetation Clearance) Regulations1996Plumbers, Gas Fitters and Electricians Act 1995Plumbers, Gas Fitters and Electricians Regulations 2010 Electricity Industry Safety and Administration Act 1997Electricity Industry Safety and Administration Regulations 1999TasmaniaSpotless Electrical Safety Management Plan DocElectrical Safety Management Plan V7 2.docxIssue Date: December 2014TM-CORP-OHS-ELEC-01-5Page 6 of 34
StateLegislation Occupational Licensing Act 2005Occupational Licensing (Electrical Work) Regulations 2008Workplace Health and Safety Act 1995Workplace Health and Safety Regulations1998Victoria Electricity Safety Act 1998Electricity Safety (Electric Line Clearance) Regulations 2010Electricity Safety (Equipment) Regulations 2009Electricity Safety (Installations) Regulations 2009Electricity Safety (Management) Regulations 2009Electricity Safety (Registration and Licensing) Regulations2010Western Australia Electricity Act 1945Electricity Regulations 1947Electricity (Licensing) Regulations 1991Electricity (Supply Standards and System Safety) Regulations2001Electrical Workers will fulfil their obligations under each State’s or Territory’s current electrical safetylegislation by:2.3 Complying with Spotless instructions and ensuring that all Electrical Work is electrically safe. Only performing Electrical Work within the scope of their relevant Electrical Worker’s licence. Using Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), instruments, tools and safety equipment tocomplete all work in a safe manner and in compliance with legislative requirements. Adopting a “test before touch” approach and treating all electrical conductors, parts andequipment including Neutral and Earthing conductors as live until proven de-energized. Not wilfully interfering or misusing anything that may create an unsafe situation for themselvesand others.REFERENCE DOCUMENTSAll Electrical Workers must have ready access to [email protected] Standards, State’s or Territory’sElectrical Legislations, Codes of Practice and Australian Standards.The relevant Australian Standards are but not limited to: AS2067 – Substations and high voltage installations exceeding 1kV ACAS2467 – Maintenance of Electrical Switchgear.AS3000 - Electrical installations (Australian and New Zealand wiring rules)AS3003 - Electrical installations - patient areas of hospitals, medical and dental practicesAS3006 - Adequate electrical installations in domestic premisesHVAS3008 - Electrical installations - Selection of cablesAS3010 - Electrical installations - Generating SetsAS3012 - Electrical installations - Construction and demolition sitesAS3017 - Electrical installations - Verification guidelinesAS3019 - Electrical installations – Periodic verificationSpotless Electrical Safety Management Plan DocElectrical Safety Management Plan V7 2.docxIssue Date: December 2014TM-CORP-OHS-ELEC-01-5Page 7 of 34
2.4AS3100 - Approval and test specification - General requirements for electrical equipmentAS3760 - In-service safety inspection and testing of electrical equipmentAS3820 - Essential safety requirements for low voltage electrical equipmentAS4836 - Safe work on low voltage electrical InstallationsCODES OF PRACTICEStateCode of PracticeAustralian Capital TerritoryACT Legislation Register - NilNew South WalesWorkCover Low Voltage Electrical Work Electrical Practices for Construction Work Work Near Overhead Power Lines Work Near Underground Assets - Guide Managing electrical risks at ern TerritoryNT Work Safe, Electrical Safety – Bulletins issued by NT WorkSafe are available on www.worksafe.nt.gov.auQueenslandDept of Justice and Attorney General, Electrical Safety Office Electrical safety code of practice 2010 - Electrical equipmentrural industry Electrical safety code of practice 2013 - Managing electricalrisks in the workplace Electrical safety code of practice 2010 - Working nearoverhead and underground electric lines Electrical safety code of practice 2010 - WorksSouth AustraliaOffice of the Technical Regulator, Energy Safety Guidelines for Working Safely near Overhead PowerlinesTasmaniaWorkplace Standards Tasmania Occupational Licensing - Standards of Electrical Work Occupational Licensing - Classification of Electrical Work andDefective Electrical Work Occupational Licensing - Supervision of Prescribed WorkVictoriaEnergy Safe & Work Safe Victoria Code of Practice for Safe Electrical Work Electrical Installation Work on Construction Sites Victorian Electricity Supply Industry Code of Practice The Blue BookSpotless Electrical Safety Management Plan DocElectrical Safety Management Plan V7 2.docxIssue Date: December 2014TM-CORP-OHS-ELEC-01-5Page 8 of 34
Western Australia2.5Dept of Consumer and Employment Protection, Energy Safety Safe Electrical Work on Low Voltage Electrical Installations Safe Low Voltage Work Practices by Electricians Personnel electrical safety for vegetation control work Management of vegetation near power lines Safe guidelines for electrical workersREQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL WORKERSCLASSIFICATIONS OF ELECTRICAL LICENCESLicence TypeLicensed TasksTest and TagIn most States, this licence is issued to people who are deemedqualified after completing a task specific “Test and Tag” short course.This allows for testing and tagging of portable electrical appliancesonly and not for maintenance or repairs. In some states, this is not alicensed qualification but a qualification for competent people who cantest and tag portable electrical appliances.Generally, these people are not qualified or licensed to carry outelectrical maintenance or repairs.Restricted ClassIssued to, for example, air conditioning and refrigeration mechanics,mechanical fitters and plumbers. People issued with a RestrictedClass Licences can only undertake Electrical Work associated withtheir specified trade. This work is generally disconnect and reconnectonly.A Class/ A Grade /Unrestricted ElectricianLicenceThis is an open class electrical licence issued to trade qualifiedElectrical Workers who can generally complete all facets of electricalwiring, installation, repairs and maintenance.This allows theElectrical Worker to carry out electrical installation work withoutsupervision. This licence holder may be able to perform the task ofTechnical Nominee for the employer as required for a Contractor’sLicence (additional qualifications may apply which varies betweenStates and Territories).The Electrical Supervisor must, as a minimum, have an equivalent or a higher class oflicence to those people that they supervise.Example:A restricted class Electrical Worker must not be the Electrical Supervisor of anElectrician.All site safety management plans are, where applicable, to include a list of the ElectricalSupervisors.The Electrical Supervisor is to ensure that Electrical Workers in their charge are performing theirduties in a safe manner.Spotless Electrical Safety Management Plan DocElectrical Safety Management Plan V7 2.docxIssue Date: December 2014TM-CORP-OHS-ELEC-01-5Page 9 of 34
It is the responsibility of the Electrical Supervisor to ensure that all Electrical Workers in their chargecomply with the ESMP by ensuring that: Electrical Workers are licensed and competent to carry out their allocated duties. All work is carried out in an Electrically Safe manner and that the work site is safe for all personsand documented. Work complies with the appropriate standards, and the correct electrical tests have beenperformed and documented.Table of Spotless Forms/Documents referencedCrossDocument & HyperlinkDocument NameReferencePage No11ESMPElectrical Safety Management PlanSpotlessOccupationalHealthandSafety(OH&S) Policy11Process and Procedures are located at [email protected] ; 13Standard 14; Process 14a & Reporting and managing incidentsProcess 14bincident investigation and close outPROCESS-GRP-ALLD-ALLS-OHS- Process 4a - assessing safety -OHS-78Standard 15 - LLD-ALLS-OHS-15-113Process 13h131314Standard HS-29-11424, 241922, 2228, -128-1GUIDE -GRPAL LDALLSOHS -41Spotless Electrical Safety Management Plan DocElectrical Safety Management Plan V7 2.docxIssue Date: December 2014TM-CORP-OHS-ELEC-01-5andProcess 4b - conducting a risk assessmentProcess 4c - developing safe work proceduresTool - Safe Work Procedures templateInjury Management PackElectrical Worker’s Training vice Work (utilise generic riskassessment form)observing uniform, personal hygiene andjewellery rulesdoing your job safelyPPE RegisterElectrical Equipment (Test) RegisterEquipment calibration logLive Electrical Work PermitElectrical SupervisorElectrical test results/Certificate of test/complianceElectrical Safety Management Plan AuditReportElectrical SupervisorAction PlanPage 10 of 34
3ELECTRICAL SAFETY3.1INDUCTIONAll Electrical Workers must be inducted prior to commencement of employment.Inductions will be as per the following [email protected] tools:3.2 Standard 11 - Learning Safety Skills @ spotless (STD-GRP-ALLD-ALLS-OHS-11-1). Process 11a - Welcoming New People @ spotless (PROCESS-GRP-ALLD-ALLS-OHS-11a1). Workplace Welcome Checklist (CKLIST-GRP-ALLD-ALLS-OHS-11-10). Electrical Contractors must be inducted using the online Spotless – Contractor Inductionavailable on the [email protected] online Learning SPOT website. In addition each ElectricalContractor must be provided with the [email protected] Quick Reference Guide. Contractorsmust also attend a site based induction and orientation prior to starting any job. Electrical Workers are required to complete an electrical safety induction on the requirements ofthe ESMP prior to commencement and/or are required to demonstrate compliance with theESMP. They are also required to undergo annual ESMP refresher induction.SAFE SYSTEM OF WORKAll Electrical Workers on Spotless worksites will adhere to: The ESMP located on FITZ The [email protected] OHS Management System State or Territory Electrical Legislative requirements and Codes of Practice Australian Standards.This is to minimise potentially fatal risks whilst exposed to or using electrical equipment relevant tothe work being carried out.3.3ADHERENCE TO OH&S POLICYAll Electrical Workers must comply with the Spotless Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S)Policy.In order to achieve this, Spotless will: Develop an ESMP which incorporates an Electrical Safe System of Work. Provide appropriate training to ensure all work is electrically safe. Ensure appropriate electrical supervision of all Electrical Workers. This will be achieved byensuring each Electrical Worker has a nominated Electrical Supervisor for their Electrical Work.Spotless Electrical Safety Management Plan DocElectrical Safety Management Plan V7 2.docxIssue Date: December 2014TM-CORP-OHS-ELEC-01-5Page 11 of 34
3.4 Ensure all tools and safety equipment are regularly tested and examined to enable all work tobe completed in a safe manner.
1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 OVERVIEW This Electrical Safety Management Plan (ESMP) sets the minimum compliance, risk and safety standards for Electrical Work conducted on behalf of Spotless. The Electrical Safety Management Plan applies to all Electrical Workers. Electrical Workers includes the following groups:
Electrical Infrastructure includes an electrical installation, electrical equipment, electrical line or associated equipment for an electrical line. 1.9 Electrical installation As per the Electrical Safety Act 2002 (s15) (a) An electrical installation is a group of items of electrical equipment that—
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5.5 Electrical safety audits 5.5.1 First external electrical safety audit on this Procedure 5.5.2 Regular electrical safety self-audits 5.6 Isolation techniques and resuscitation training 6 DOCUMENT HISTORY 7 APPENDIX A 7.1 Categories of Competent Persons 7.2 Gu
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