Codes of Practice

Find out how to use codes and who they apply to

Abrasive Blasting

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with abrasive blasting.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 August 2018.

Confined Spaces

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with work carried out in a confined space. Applies to workplaces plus designers/manufacturers/ suppliers of plant/structures that include/are intended to include a confined space.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 October 2016

Construction Work

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with construction work. Should be read in conjunction with other codes of practice on specific hazards and control measures relevant to the construction industry.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 August 2018

Demolition Work

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with demolition work.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 October 2016

Excavation Work

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with excavation work, including bulk excavations more than 1.5 metres deep, trenches, shafts and tunnels.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 October 2016

First Aid in the Workplace

Provides practical guidance on how to provide adequate first aid facilities, kits, procedures and training.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 August 2018

Forest Safety Code (Tasmania)

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks in the Tasmanian forest industry. This code has been preserved as an approved code of practice under the Work Health and Safety Act 2012.
Published October 2007

Hazardous Manual Tasks

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks of musculoskeletal disorders arising from hazardous manual tasks.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 October 2016

How to Manage Work Health and Safety Risks

Provides practical guidance on how to manage work health and safety risks for all duty holders, including PCBUs, employers, self-employed people, principal contractors, persons with management or control of a workplace, designers, manufacturers, importers and suppliers of plant/substances/structures used for work.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 August 2018

How to Manage and Control Asbestos in the Workplace

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with asbestos and asbestos-containing material, therefore reducing the incidence of asbestos-related diseases such as mesothelioma, asbestosis and lung cancer.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 October 2016

How to Safely Remove Asbestos

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with asbestos removal.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 October 2016

Labelling of Workplace Hazardous Chemicals

Provides practical guidance on how to label hazardous chemicals and how to manage risks associated with them.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 October 2016

Managing Electrical Risks in the Workplace

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with electrical work, equipment and installations.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 October 2016

Managing Noise and Preventing Hearing Loss at Work

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with noise exposure.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 October 2016

Managing Risks in Stevedoring

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with stevedoring.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 February 2017

Managing Risks of Hazardous Chemicals in the Workplace

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with hazardous chemicals.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 August 2018

Managing the Risk of Falls at Workplaces

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with falls.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 October 2016

Managing the Risks of Plant in the Workplace

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with plant, including managing, installing and commissioning plant.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 August 2018

Managing the Work Environment and Facilities

Provides practical guidance on how to provide and maintain a safe and healthy physical work environment.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 August 2018

Preparation of Safety Data Sheets for Hazardous Chemicals

Provides practical guidance on how to prepare safety data sheets for hazardous chemicals.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 August 2018

Preventing Falls in Housing Construction

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with falls from height in housing construction.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 October 2016

Risk Management of Agricultural Shows and Carnivals

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks in agricultural shows and carnivals. This code has been preserved as an approved code of practice under the Work Health and Safety Act 2012.
Published December 2004

Safe Design of Structures

Provides practical guidance on safe design of structures for duty holders including PCBUs, architects, building designers and engineers.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 October 2016

Safe Use of Reinforced Plastics

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with reinforced plastics. This code has been preserved as an approved code of practice under the Work Health and Safety Act 2012.
Published July 2003

Spray Painting and Powder Coating

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with spray painting and powder coating.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 October 2016

Tasmanian Abalone Industry

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks in the Tasmanian Abalone Industry. This code has been preserved as an approved code of practice under the Work Health and Safety Act 2012. Published December 2002

Welding Processes

Provides practical guidance on how to manage risks associated with welding.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 August 2018

Work Health and Safety Consultation, Cooperation and Coordination

Provides practical guidance on how to consult, cooperate and coordinate activities with duty holders to manage risks.
Effective in Tasmania on and from
1 August 2018