Working safely with air receivers: A handbook for workplaces

How to reduce health and safety risks when using air receivers in workplaces.
Last updated

Oct 2008

Reading level

difficult

File Type and Size

PDF, 4.05 MB

Document Length

33 pages

What it contains

Air receivers are used in a range of workplaces and can create serious health and safety risks. This handbook advises employers of their occupational health and safety duties to prevent and eliminate injury risks. It explains:

  • how to decide if an air receivers should be ‘plant registered’ or design registered
  • how to register an air receiver
  • how to understand and calculate an air receiver’s hazard level
  • how to ensure the safety features of an air receiver reduce accident or explosion risks
  • how to choose the right air receiver
  • who to consult before choosing an air receiver
  • what to do after choosing an air receiver to keep a workplace safe
  • how to choose a safe workplace location to use an air receiver
  • how environmental factors affect the safety of air receivers
  • how to manage noise from air receivers
  • unacceptable work practices and correct risk control solutions