Health and Safety Executive SMART paint spraying Page 7 of 9 Even when using a spray booth, spray room or capture unit, sprayers still need to wear airfed RPE and PPE, and bystanders should be excluded when using isocyanate-based products. In addition to respiratory irritation from the solvents and paint aerosols released during paint spraying, there is also likely to be a flammability hazard which requires control of electrical apparatus and other ignition sources in the vicinity. In some What Are Spray Painting and Powder Coating? Evaluate the work area for existing and potential hazards. But spray painting has its own risks, and it's critical that workers who perform spray painting and coating tasks understand the hazards involved and how to control them. effective control measures that are reasonably practicable in the circumstances in accordance with the hierarchy of control measures, and ensure they remain effective over time. Spray painting is used in a variety of industries and by a variety of workers. Select the correct ladder for the job. − Review control measures to ensure they are working as planned. This guide manual describes the control measures and safe working requirement that are specific to CSBP's facilities and must be read in conjunction with the Worksafe Codes of Practice. • portable air compressors and spray paint ing equ pment • high pressure water cleaners • pow e rd d i ls ... information is designed to give students an understanding of the hazard and some of its risk control measures. Spray painting is associated with a number of health and safety concerns. Check safety data sheet (SDS) of the paint or coating product for the selection and use of appropriate personal protective equipment and safe use of the product. Spray painting is the process of applying liquid paint using pressure. It is used to paint motor vehicles, buildings (inside and outside), structures, furniture, white goods, boats, ships, aircraft and machinery. Falls are a major cause of workplace deaths each year. This can be … Know the control measures of the identified hazards and associated risks. Further guidance on the risk management process is available in the Code of Practice: How The duty is to control exposure to isocyanates to ‘as low as is reasonably practicable’ (ALARP). Victoria now has Regulations to cover all work where a fall of more than 2 metres could occur. Isocyanate paints are particularly hazardous for operators, and it is possible to become 'sensitized' to them. However, exposure to paint and its fumes has the potential to cause irritation of the skin, eyes, and throat. Learn the correct procedures for working at heights. Most paints are very safe. effective control measures that are reasonably practicable in the circumstances in accordance with the hierarchy of control measures, and ensure they remain effective over time. Further guidance on the risk management process is available in the Code of Practice: Review control measures to ensure they are working as planned. Codes of Practice is required for all spray painting and abrasive blasting carried out on CSBP facilities.