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A critical safety system is a safety control system responsible for ensuring the safety of a person when approaching or accessing a hazard. Failure of the critical safety system will leave a person exposed to the hazard, and in danger. Critical safety systems may include barriers or guards fitted to prevent access, or integrated complex interlocking and presence sensing systems.
People who install or dismantle machinery and equipment could: • work in isolation • work on machinery and equipment at height, or over machinery and equipment to connect services, such as electricity, air or water • work in low light, or with bright directional light • access machinery and equipment from the top, sides or underneath • work with or near cranes, forklifts or rigging to lift machinery and equipment • work in confined spaces • use power tools, welders, extension leads, which present electrical hazards if damaged or wet.
Selection and use of PPE requires careful consideration, as there are many different types that reduce the risk of injury of contact or exposure to a hazard. Incorrect use of PPE, or purchasing inappropriate PPE, can contribute to serious workplace incidents. PPE that is uncomfortable, restrictive or heavy may create secondary hazards, and, as a result, constant supervision may be necessary to ensure it is used effectively.
Access needs can be predicted and planning must occur in advance. People need access to machinery and equipment in the workplace (either continually or occasionally) for predictable tasks such as operation, maintenance, repair, installation, service or cleaning.