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Create, save and share unlimited SWMS from your smart device
Select a date when creating SWMS and a reminder will show up as a notification through the app
Get digital signatures from the worker(s) once inducted into SWMS
Create, save and share meeting notes from your smart device to reinforce safe work practices and minimise risk
Keep all your SWMS & Toolbox Talks in one simple digital space
Create a personalised dashboard to upload your own licences and tickets
Businesses that should use People In Construction (PIC) for safety and compliance reasons.
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Your personal SWMS library. Once created SWMS documents will automatically download to your personalised dashboard for you to easily locate them again.
All developed and current SWMS are available within the digital tool to be easily located on your smart phone or mobile device.
This ensures your business fulfils its important legal obligations that require your SWMS to be kept for the duration of work and saved digitally for 90 days after completion of works are confirmed.
Creating a SWMS which includes work activities you do on a regular basis, you can add as favourite and create a new SWMS with pre-populated work activities.
Your personal SWMS library. Once created documents will automatically download to your personalised dashboard.
Related to your work, PIC license gives you the opportunity to select known HRCW criteria.
After selecting HRCW related to your work activity, PIC app breaks your work down into common hazards to make it easier for the developer of the SWMS.
Platform allows you to select basic and detailed controls to reflect your work conditions.
After selecting HRCW related to your work activity, the app breaks your work down into common hazards to make it easier for the developer of the SWMS.
In the construction industry, a toolbox talk is a short safety message used to address hazards, share best practices, and reinforce safety requirements prior to employees beginning their workday. These toolbox talks take place in the field and can be as short as five or ten minutes long.
It is a great way to focus on high-risk scenarios and to inform workers about changes to the jobsite and working conditions on a day to day basis.
Our platform allows you to record your meeting notes anywhere and at any time.
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Helpful list of all Frequently Asked Questions
SWMS is short for Safe Work Method Statement. It is an important tool to help supervisors and workers confirm and monitor the control measures required around High Risk Construction Work Activities (HRCW).A SWMS document sets out your proposed high risk construction activities in logical sequences, identifies the hazards and describes your control measures to minimise safety risks.
High Risk Construction Work (HRCW) is defined by each state OHS/WHS regulations. A SWMS is to be completed for all tasks deemed as HRCW.
Employers have a legal duty under the OHS/WHS regulations to prepare and monitor a SWMS for any HRCW activities they are intending on completing.SWMS are a key planning tool in assisting supervisors and workers to develop, implement and monitor control measures for all construction work to be carried out safely.
The definition of HRCW varies between states. To ensure you understand your specific state legislative requirements, visit the below links for specific WHS Regulator guidance for prescribed activities.Victoria
If you send a SWMS to your OR someone else’s email address, please check it hasn’t gone to spam or junk mail.
If it has you need to drag it back into your inbox so it’s legible