Identify any hazards (actual or potential) and take measures to control the risks, preferably by eliminating them but if that is not possible, by reducing them as far as possible.
Always wear the correct respiratory protective equipment (RPE) and personal protective equipment (PPE) when required.
Be tidy and keep a clean work place.
Ensure access and work equipment is stable and secure before using it, especially ladders and mobile aluminium access towers.
Respect toilet and welfare facilities.
Have the right tools and equipment for the job.
Respect the environment and local community, and do not negligently dispose of waste products.
Maintain workplaces which are safe and without risk to health.
Take necessary precautions against the risks caused by flammable or explosive hazards, electrical equipment, noise, dust and radiation.
Take reasonable steps to avoid potentially dangerous work involving manual handling.