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SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PROCEDURE

08PR122C PRE-START EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST

Brierty Ltd ABN 65 095 459 448


72 Melville Parade South Perth WA 6151
Locked Bag 2001 South Perth WA 6951
Telephone (08) 9267 8000
Facsimile 1300 735 152
info@brierty.com.au
PRE-START EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST
SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PROCEDURE

CONTENTS
1 Purpose ...................................................................................................................................................... 3
2 Definitions ................................................................................................................................................... 3
3 Procedure ................................................................................................................................................... 3
Appendix A PRE-START INSPECTION CHECKLIST .................................................................................... 4

DOCUMENT CONTROL
Document ID Document Name Comment
08PR122C Pre-Start Equipment Checklist

Date Version Description Originator Reviewer Approver


26/03/09 1 Safe Work Procedure S Hart S Hart S Crofts
29/01/10 2 Safe Work Procedure Upgrade S Hart E Kelman S Hart
04/08/10 3 New Document Control Guidelines K Berridge S Hart S Hart
04/05/12 4 Included frequency requirement S Hart T Thompson B Bryan
25/03/13 5 Added 4 new types of prestart books T Thompson T Thompson B Bryan

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1 PURPOSE
This procedure incorporates the requirements and activities necessary for ensuring machine faults are
identified and fixed to avoid accidents and hazards.

2 DEFINITIONS
Shall and should: The word shall is to be understood as mandatory the word should as recommended.

3 PROCEDURE
It is a requirement for Brierty limited to ensure that a Pre Start check is to be conducted on machines and
vehicles prior to the commencement of each shift (civil light vehicles weekly) using the Pre-Start Checklist
and every machine and vehicle will have a Pre Start Book in the cab.

Pre Start Books are available in four (4) different categories; make sure you have the correct one:

1. Heavy Vehicle (e.g. Dump truck, Grader etc.)


2. Light Vehicle
3. Tracked Vehicle (e.g. Dozer, Excavator etc.)
4. Classified Plant (e.g. Crane, Compressor etc.)

Pre Start Books are to be used to record pre-start checks and equipment faults that require fixing by
maintenance personnel.

Pre Start Books must be filled out correctly i.e. asset numbers, operator name, date, fault, engine hours etc.

Any faults that are found during the machinery pre-start checks or during operation are to be detailed in the
book.

If the fault creates a potential hazard, or mechanical failure, STOP and report it to maintenance immediately.

At the end of the shift, the white copy is to be given to the Supervisor with your plant/time sheet and the book
is to be left in the machine.

The white copy will then be checked by the Maintenance department and any problems repaired.

If a significant mechanical problem is detected, place an Out of Service tag on the machine. . The Leading
Hand Fitter or Maintenance Foreman will then assess the fault and decide what action needs to be taken.

Appendix A The following Prestart checklist example highlights the correct way of filling out the Prestart:

Note: If it is found that an operator is using Mobile Plant or Machinery once it has been identified as a
Category A, the Disciplinary procedures will be implemented in regards to Performance
Management, if it is found that the Supervisor has instructed the operator to use the machine, they
will be subjected to disciplinary procedures.

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APPENDIX A PRE-START INSPECTION CHECKLIST

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