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Safe Work Execution Plan 101


Kevin Monroe

on 2 July 2012

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Transcript of Safe Work Execution Plan 101

Don’t leave the reader with a choice! They may choose wrong!
Make sure you tell the reader exactly what is expected!
"It's No SWEP off my back!"
At the end of this training you will
Understand what a SWEP is and is not
Understand how to break down work into it’s constituent parts
Understand the differences between
Tasks and
Understand the correct terminology to use as the SWEP is written
Understand the SWEP submittal process
Understand the SWEP change process
Understand how to add changes to the SWEP
Scope of Work
Safe Work Execution Plan
Work Permit
Basis for all SWEPs pertaining to a specific project
Chronological sequence detailing the phases/tasks/steps/actions and hazards/controls for the work from beginning to end
The Job Safety Analysis is done at the start of each shift or identified job. The JSA is based on each action identified on the SWEP
The Work Permit gives authorization and verifies conditions are acceptable for work to begin
The SWEP is a road map to safely navigate through a project
Safe Work EXECUTION Plan
A chronological series of activities directing a person(s) safely to an identified goal
A well-thought-out list of hazard controls used to protect a person(s) in the course of doing work
The SWEP is NOT a Site Safety Plan (SSP), nor is it a Safe Work Plan (SWP)!
The SSP explains how a company is going to work safely at LAR
Contains information on training, auditing requirements, etc.
The SWP is used to assist in work being done that does not meet safe work criteria and additional precautions must be documented and implemented prior to work beginning.
Microsoft Word Template
Outline of Work
Cover Letter
Main Body of SWEP
Use diesel powered concrete saw to cut pavement into 4 ft. X 4 ft. sections.
High noise from sawing concrete.
Wear ear muffs.
Wear appropriate hearing protection.
Stay out of noisy area.
Remove insulation from F-101.
Exposure to air borne particles.
Wear full face respirator with P-100 cartridges.
Wear respiratory protection as necessary.
Hold your breath.
Move asphalt bags from pallet.
Strains to back.
Don’t hurt your back.
Use proper lifting techniques.
Lift with the legs and not the back.
Work NOT Covered in Original SWEP!

When the need arises, additional work can be captured by using the blank form at the end of the original SWEP.
Contractor develops SWEP.
Maybe required during the bidding process.
Submits draft for New Construction/Maintenance
first review.
New Construction/Maintenance Pre-Approves SWEP and sends SWEP to P66
SWEP Administration for Final Approval.
All SWEPs are handled in this same manner, except...
Health and Safety returns approved SWEP to New Construction/Maintenance.
New Construction/Maintenance returns approved SWEP to submitting contractor.
SWEP Changes
Contractor revises original SWEP and Project Coordinator or Maintenance Rep. and contacts the H&S Shift Supervisor to request a review of a SWEP Change or Addendum
NC/Maint and contractor present completed paperwork to H&S Shift Supervisor for review
The H&S Shift Supervisor, Contractor and requesting Coordinator will sign the paperwork allowing the change to take place and the work to continue
The new "last page" of the SWEP gets added to the SWEP out in the field.

Send the newly revised "original" SWEP (all pages) to:
When the email is received, the date of the change will then be entered into the database and the revised SWEP will be archived.
D s 'n
D N'Ts
List all the tools, materials and equipment WITH THE ACTION WHERE AND WHEN THEY ARE GOING TO BE USED!
Review the entire document before submittal!
Use the same title of the SWEP through all communications
Provide complete information
List all items in the sequence they are to be done!
List the tools, materials and equipment in the back of the SWEP
Use a previous SWEP to create a new SWEP
Change the name after revising or adding items to the SWEP
Use Install, Remove, Join, Cut, Clean, without providing the additional information that makes the statement complete
Safe Work Execution Plan
NC/Maint. SWEPs are required prior to doing work in the refinery and may be required in the bidding process
SWEPs are a road map that identifies work from beginning to end
A SWEP is not a Site Safety Plan or Safe Work Plan
Use the correct terminology
Submit the SWEP as early as possible – two weeks!
Changes to the SWEP can be done in the field
Build out the work in logical steps in the sequence they are to be done
Be specific in identifying the hazard and especially the controls
(cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr
Two weeks in advance – the earlier the better!

110822-1 TIMEC
110822-1-1 CSC
110822-1-2 CSC

110822-2 ANCON
Thanks for your participation!
Any ?s
When in this cell, "Tab" to add another row and continue numbering
Copy entire section prior to completing
When in this cell, "Tab" to add another row and continue numbering
When in this cell, "Tab" to add another row and continue numbering
When in this cell, "Tab" to add another row and continue numbering
A.K.A. Addendums
A.K.A Adumdums
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