Plant (Code Of Practice No.19, 1995)
- Plant (Code of Practice No.19, 1995) (PDF 365kb)
Under the Occupational Health and Safety Act 1985 (old Act), approved Codes of Practice enabled people to meet their duties under Victoria's health and safety laws by complying with the related part of a Code of Practice.
On 1 July 2005, the old Act was repealed and replaced by the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 (new Act). The new Act does not provide for making Codes of Practice. Therefore, complying with a Code of Practice may not necessarily mean compliance with a duty under the new Act.
This Code of Practice continues to be available as a source of practical guidance, and will contribute to industry state of knowledge, to assist those who must comply with health and safety laws.
Document Type: Code of Practice
Industry: Food Manufacturing, General, Manufacturing, Basic and fabricated metals manufacturing,
Category: Controlling OHS Hazards and Risks, Plant,
Division Author: Occupational Hygiene
Publication Date: 01 October 1992
Date First Published: 01 October 1992
Summary:This publication provides practical guidance about plant and equipment safety and safe use of plant and equipment.
About this publication
Plant (Code of Practice No.19, 1995) is a 99 page guide that provides general practical guidance on how to protect people when using plant and associated systems of work that can pose risks to health and safety in the workplace.
Important Information – This Code of Practice is intended for general guidance purposes only
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