‘Hot Work’ and ‘Working at Height’ are recognised as two high risk areas that need to be controlled in every work place. One way to show evidence that risk is being managed, is to complete a work permit for any high-risk work at hand.
Many companies insist that a ‘Hot Work Permit’ or a ‘Working at Height Permit’ are completed before any work of this nature commences. This will reduce the chances of an accident happening in the first instance and be a mitigating factor for the company should an incident ever occur.
- Permits are filled out in advance of work starting and submitted to the Site Manager, gives a chance to ensure all necessary controls are in place before sign-off occurs and work begins.
- Good evidence for safety audit compliance (file completed work permits away as a permanent record)
- Simple layout of forms makes the work permit easy to fill out
- A4 Size pages
- Hole-punch to make it easy to file
- 50 pages per Pad
- Double sided pages equating to 50 Hot Work Permits and/or 50 Working at Height Permits