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Farm Machinery Servicing Risk Assessment
Example Risk Assessments are written by IOSH and NEBOSH qualified Safety Professionals, delivered instantly to your email address ready for you to download and start editing straight away. The template should be changed to suit the exact works you are carrying out.
Risk Assessments are comprehensive, and are about 4-7 pages long, with space for your company details and logo. The appropriate Hazards and Control Procedures for a typical Job are included in the Risk Assessment you are going to purchase. We include Telephone support with all of our documents, call us on the number above for assistance.
The law says that you must maintain any work equipment you provide in a safe condition for use so that people’s health and safety is not at risk and, in certain circumstances, inspected to ensure this remains the case.
This includes the safe installation, use and maintenance of systems or equipment that contain a liquid or gas under pressure. The key issues are:
- Plant, vehicle and equipment maintenance
- Clearing blockages
- Isolating equipment
- General maintenance – dos and don’ts
- General workshop safety
- Pressurised plant
HS Direct Ltd’s The Farming Machinery Servicing Risk Assessment & Method Statement will give you the power to ensure the servicing carried out on your farm vehicles, is carried out in a safe manner.
The Farming Machinery Servicing Risk Assessment & Method Statement covers, but is not limited to;
- Space for your own company logo and address details complete with a sign-off sheet.
- Appropriate staff information, including; application of brakes on moving vehicles, working under vehicles with proper support, the risks behind fuel tanks and safe working and practices.
- Outlines the potential hazards for moving parts on machinery/vehicles.
- Outlines stored energy. Eg: from compressed material, springs or hydraulics, and that it is released before you start work.
The Risk Assessment should be used in conjunction with the Method Statement, and vice versa. Click add both to the basket to easily add both the Risk Assessment & the Method Statement together.