Work place and work process design results in tyre maintainers being overexposed to workplace stressors e.g. UV radiation, dust, noise, solvents, fumes etc. Long term health effects can include:

  • Irreversible musculoskeletal injuries
  • Occupational cancer or other illness e.g. respiratory disease
  • Industrial deafness

Credible Failure mode is addressed by:

  • BI.00.06 Participatory ergonomic program
  • BI.00.27 Site change management process apply to the introduction of new components for, types and models of mobile equipment
  • BI.00.28 Introduction and Control of Materials on Site
  • BI.00.30 Appropriate system for scheduled inspections including structured checklists and defect reporting
  • BI.01.01 Trained, Competent and Authorised Tyre Maintainers
  • BI.03.01 Fit for purpose tyre workshop complex location and layout
  • BI.03.22 Effective management of nitrogen where used
  • BI.05.01 Tyre management accountabilities are assigned and documented
  • BI.06.01 Tyre Management Plan
CFM01.21 – Maintenance environment: inadequate work process and workplace design results in overexposure to stressors that cause irreversible health effects


Last Updated: 17/08/2020 12:48:56am