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This Concrete Cutting Risk Assessment has been created to assess the risks associated with cutting concrete using a petrol driven concrete disc cutter (abrasive wheel).
The Concrete Cutting Risk Assessment will give you a good indication of the hazards associated with cutting concrete, along with the risks and controls you should be thinking about.
The risks from concrete cutting operations include projectiles, noice, vibration, dust, and contact or entanglement with cutting equipment. Use this Concrete Cutting Risk Assessment to check hazard and risk levels, and outline the controls needed to minimise risk.
You can use the Concrete Cutting Risk Assessment template as it is, in your business, and we will add your business name at the top of each page. The template is pre-completed for the activity, and you can edit it as needed to produce a site specific document for your project.
This Concrete Cutting Risk Assessment template can be edited online within your browser. Editing is quick and simple, but if you need more time, there's no hurry to finish your document today - you get 30 days use of the template and online editor to create and download your document.
Download in PDF format for maximum compatibility across devices - no special software required. Once downloaded you can save, print and use your Concrete Cutting Risk Assessment document within your business for as long as you need it.
Assessment of Risk,
Persons at Risk,
Assessment of Remaining Risk,
Further Action Required,
How do I edit this document?
Once you have completed your order, the document can be found in your account under 'Documents'. You can edit the document online from your HASpod account.
How do I download this document?
Once you have made any edits, click the download button to get your PDF - we will add your business name in the header for you.