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Free Hot Works Method Statement

Updated: May 7

a sample of a hot works method statement

How to Get Started:

To get started just download the template below and fill in the highlighted sections. Our templates are fully customizable, allowing you to tailor them to your specific workplace needs.


Whether you're a small business owner or a safety professional, our templates are designed to help you streamline the paperwork.


 

Download the Template Below

Ward Education Ltd - Hot Works Method Statement Template
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Why We Offer Free Risk Assessments and Method Statements


At Ward, we think paperwork shouldn't cost and arm and a leg. That's why we're committed to providing free resources, to help you keep your staff safe whilst saving precious time and money.


Ever expanding health & safety requirements can put a strain on small and medium size business. That's why we created our Company Documents section, to keep your costs down and ensure you're able to compete in todays market.


We don't do subscription models or charge for downloads, just keep us in mind next time you're looking for some top notch training. - Ward Education and Training Limited


 

What is a Hot Works Method Statement?


Hot Works Method Statements are created to ensure safe working when carrying out a task that involves a risk of fire. The operations that are going to be carried out should be included in the method statement so that appropriate control measures can be put in place to prevent a fire from starting.


A supervisor or safety manager is usually responsible for the writing hot works method statement and it is them who will bear the responsibility of ensuring the safety measures implemented are sufficient to reduce the risk of fire.


An example of a control measure to reduce the risk of fire could be: "Controlling the spread of sparks when using an angle grinder by using barriers to confine them"


 

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