A clip show parody that is itself a clip show that takes viewers on an unexpected and explosive ride to the number one clip of the week.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Not Safe for Work - Safe Work Procedure - Netflix
The term Safe Work Procedure (SWP) originated in Victoria, Australia, and is predominantly used as a risk management tool by industries throughout Australia, particularly in the mining sector. SWPs are also referred to using other terms, such as Standard Operating Procedure (SOPre) (SOP). A Safe Work Procedure is a step by step description of a process when deviation may cause a loss. This risk control document created by teams within the company describes the safest and most efficient way to perform a task. This document stays in the Health & Safety system for regular use as a template or guide when completing that particular task on site.
Not Safe for Work - Requirements of Safe Work - Netflix
The document generally lists the associated hazards involved in performing a task, what risk score is associated with the hazards (using a risk matrix), what personal protective equipment is required, and the steps involved to complete the activity without incident. The document is split up to meet the above requirements as follows; Step Hazards Inherent risk Control measures Residual risk Each person involved in that task on site must ensure all sections of the SWP are followed. Safe Work Procedures are also required for machinery and equipment that is used to perform commercial activities. The procedures are required to be enforced within the workplace and improved as conditions or equipment changes.