Overview

Implementing control measures require regular monitoring and review. Have you changed a work process or identified a new hazard?  If so, watch this video to find out what you can do at work to monitor your control measures at work.

Transcript

TRANSCRIPT

[Music plays and symbols of a cloud, a cog, and a magnifying glass surrounded by circular arrows appear and text appears: Occupational Lung Diseases – Monitor and Review Control Measures In Your Workplace, Identify, Manage, Monitor]

[Animation image changes to show a set of lungs and clouds of pink dust can be seen moving up from the bottom of the screen towards the lungs and then the image shows a vapour moving up the screen]

Narrator: Control measures for dust, gas, fumes, and vapours are not set and forget. 

[Animation image changes to show fumes around an exhaust fan]

You must review control measures when they aren’t effectively controlling the risk: 

[Animation image changes to show a hazard symbol]

Before making a change at your workplace that is likely to create or increase a risk; 

[Animation image changes to show nine squares forming a diamond shape and an exclamation mark appears in the centre diamond]

If a new hazard or risk is identified; 

[Animation image changes to show three heads wearing hard hats with speech bubbles next to them]

If consultation with your workers suggest that a review is necessary or; 

[Animation image changes to show a Health and Safety Representative identity card]

If a health and safety representative requests a review. 

[Image changes to show the Safework Australia logo and text appears: Clean Air, Clear Lungs, Know the hidden hazards at your workplace, #clearlungs/swa.gov.au/clearlungs]

For more guidance on monitoring and reviewing hazards visit our website.

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