RISK ASSESSMENT INFORMATION Potential Hazard(s) Serious injury due to skin injection and/or contact Risk Level High Spray from the gun, hose leaks, or ruptured components can inject fluid into your body and although the injury may appear like a cut, it is an extremely serious injury, which can/may lead to the need for amputation. exposure to hazardous substances than when they are painting with a brush or roller. Once you have completed your Risk Assessment Form for Painting and Decorating you should transfer the information in the ‘further controls/action’ column into your Action Plan so that you can monitor who has carried out the works and when. Risk assessment for paint spraying; Risk assessment for paint spraying. Spray painting and powder coating – Code of Practice 2013 (PN11581) Page 5 of 40 1 Introduction 1.1 What are spray painting and powder coating? All macros are virus free. Filters. Paint should be sprayed in the direction of the extraction. The types of paint, application processes and preparation methods determine what PPE is appropriate. Working with water- and oil-based paints requires impermeable gloves. 3.4 WORK PERMITS There are 3 1.3 What is required to manage risks associated with spray painting and powder coating? Paint particles are released into the atmosphere through the spray nozzle, which increases the release of … For large abrasive blasting or spray painting jobs where there may be a higher level of hazards, a Team Based Risk Assessment may be required. Spray painting may be carried out by hand or automatically. in relation to spray painting and powder coating? This template is in fixed field format and contains macros. 4 2. ... (LEL) everywhere other than in the immediate range of the spray gun. Spray painting including electrostatic spray painting, is a process by which liquid paint is applied under pressure to an object. for STOP and Job Safety Analysis Risk Assessment (CSBP-GM-11-031-23) for details. During spray painting operations, workers are at a greater risk of . CONTROLLING THE RISKS OF SPRAY PAINTING 1 THE RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS 6 2.1 Identifying the hazards 6 2.2 Assessing the risks 10 2.3 Controlling the risks 14 2.4 Reviewing control measures 15 3. For example, durable cloth or leather work gloves are suitable for sanding surfaces, but they unsuitable for handling paints and thinners. Refer to CSBP Guide Manual Team Based Risk Assessment (CSBP-GM-11-030-02) for details.