OHS Management System: Lifting and Scaffolding Permit (Australia) Mobile App

This GoCanvas collection of mobile apps for workplace health and safety are digital versions of the OHS construction industry safety management systems. Digitize your occupational safety program inspection checklists with easy-to-use mobile app checklists.

This mobile app is a digital version of the lifting and scaffolding permit form of the Occupational Health and Safety manual. Risk management and safe work fields include: scaffold and work platform equipment, safety equipment, SWP or JSA, work party trained, certified rigger or dogman, lifting equipment (scissor lift, manual lifting operation, etc.) and material hoists inspected for compliance with the Safe Working Load (SWL) rating, scaffolding and work platforms where the potential fall height is greater than 4 meters, scaffolder, Working at Heights permit, occupational safety signs posted, rescue procedure, crane operator, crane inspection, wire ropes, structural integrity certificate, crane controls and overwind protection, date, time and more.

Employ OHS safety management systems control measures in your workplace health and safety policy, without the paperwork, using GoCanvas mobile apps for the construction industry. Take this job safety analysis form anywhere you go. Then send, save and share it with the GoCanvas Cloud.

  • Apple
    iPhone, iPad
  • Android
  • Window

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I’m not a tech guy and I was able to pick this thing up in probably an hour, and actually start to build apps. I’ve done them over lunch when I’ve gotten frustrated with a process that didn’t exist in our company. So for non tech people who’ve got a problem, the support here is awesome and I’d recommend it to anybody, not just in our industry.

Dave Kramer

PennLine Service

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