Induction Form

Company or Contractor, employees, agents, invitees and visitor’s to Havelock Slipway 2010 Ltd (HS), 14 Rose Street, Havelock Port, read & understand the following terms & conditions while visiting the Havelock Slipway 2010 Ltd (HS) Boat Yard. Once completed sign this document. This states you agree to it.                                                                                                                                                             

Havelock Slipway has an active Health & Safety Policy and is required to comply with the Health & Safety at Work Act 2015. We ask all visiting workers or visitors to comply with this act while on site and all subsequent amendments at all times.

Forms to Complete

If a contractor or a customer’s employee is directed to work on site, a Job Specific Report must be completed by the nominated foreman for each vesselworked on. All visitors, contractors, invitees and customer employees must be Inducted onto site. A  HS Hazard Report must be signed, detailing Hazards while visiting the premises.   

  • Facilities. For tea/coffee breaks a staff room is located upstairs in office. The Toilet is located at rear entrance to main building. First Aid cabinet is located in office. Wash sink is located rear entry of main building. A Notice Board, located rear main building entry may have notification in relation to safety. Check daily.
  • Fire Extinguishers. Note locations. Main building x 2, Parts shed x 1; Paint storage container x 1 and Dome shed x 1. If possible extinguish any fire. If not raise alarm and exit to assembly point.
  • Eye Wash & Sun Block is available near the Notice Board. Located south east main building.
  • Visitors Book.  When arriving, sign in and sign out when completed task for day. If you leave premises for a short while, notify a fellow worker or Havelock Slipway staff and notify same person on return.
  • Emergency.   Phone 111 if serious injury. Havelock Medical Centre located 22 Lawrence St, Havelock Ph.; 03-5742233 is nearby. Our first Aider is Joseph Griffiths. Emergency Warden, Wayne Griffiths or Jim Bryant. For fire, raise alarm and extinguish if possible. Serious Fire makes way to Assembly Point Carpark and ring 111. Earthquake, take shelter and be aware of Tsunami. The Emergency Plan is located at Notice Board.
  • Accident & Incident Reporting. All near misses, incidents or accidents on site report to manager, Wayne Griffiths.  Complete either a Near Miss or Incident Form or an Accident & Investigation Report Form. This book located in office.
  • On Site. Take care when moving around premises. Wire ropes attached to cradles can be elevated slightly above the ground when under load. Cradles are steel structure so care should be taken when moving around near them. Steel Capped Safety Boots are required if working on site. Any work carried at height, either Scaffolding or Harness must be used. If under vessel, and other workers above on decks, wear Safety Helmet. Or wherever steel structure is near. Wear High Visibility gear. Do not step over wire rope when hauling vessels. Keep back 4 meters in the event of the rope breaking. When sandblasting or high pressure water-blasting underway, proceed with extreme care.
  • Switches, Winches, Tools.  Do not operate any controls or switches. Only standard three point or three phase plugs may be used.  Do not enter Winch area or operate winches in any way. Do not use HS tools or equipment. Do not enter Parts room. If parts or materials are required, locate staff member to retrieve the items required. Compressed air is dangerous if used incorrectly. Ensure correct use.
  • Do not adjust Cradle Arms or Ratchets.  If you wish to use tools on site, you must be competent in their use.
  • Health & Safety. As a PCBU (Person conducting a business or undertaking), HS has an active Health & Safety at Work Act 2015 policy. You must comply with this Act, while on site.  A Job Specific Report must be completed before work commences by the Safety Office or Site Forman. You will operate under your own Health & Safety Plan while on these jobs as listed. Ensure signage when necessary, i.e. welding etc. On open decks, use approved barriers to arrest fall.
  • Hazards Read and sign the Havelock Slipway Hazard Register. For your specific work, not under Havelock Slipway control, your company or yourself if sole traders will have an active hazard register and list them. Then isolate or minimize these hazards.It is necessary to isolate & minimize any potential hazard to ensure a safe working worksite. If in your duties you do not feel safe, stop work and notify your safety officer or Havelock Slipways manager.
  • Chemical use, Spillage.  All chemicals toxic to the environment must be contained. If draining tanks etc. into containers/drums, take care not to spill material. Have on standby an absorbent. Kitty litter is ideal for spills. Use protective clothing where necessary. Data sheets for any chemicals brought onto site must be sent to office. List these in Job Specific Report.
  • Tidal Movement. Incoming tides can flood the Slipway work area. Take note of this. Extension leads and electrical equipment will be at risk if left within the tide zone. Place away from incoming tide.
  • Training & Consents.  All visitors who are to work on site must have adequate training by their employer. Any work requiring resource consent, must be current. All equipment is in good order.

Legal Compliance

The primary responsibility for visitors is to take "all practicable steps to ensure that no action or inaction of any contractor, customer’s employee, invitees or visitor on business harms any other persons or themselves".

Non-compliance with this document may result in access to the HS boat yard being denied or restricted.