If you are going to make a SWMS for a task that you are like to do over again, you are better off making a template that contains all of the job steps, and then inserting tat template into your site specific SWMS. (Note you can not copy an existing site specific SWMS into another job.)
A good example of this is to look at the Bricklaying to new project home template.
Look at creating a new "SWMS" template for information and tips on creating a new SWMS template
From here a list of the PPE that was brought into your site specific SWMS (JSEA/ JSA/ JHA) when you inserted templates is displayed. You can add additional items or deleted entries as required.
When PPE required for a task is added to a template, it is automatically brought in to your site specific SWMS when ever you insert that template. It the item you want is not in the list, go to Update the List of PPE's
When you add templates to your site specific SWMS (JSEA, JSA, JHA) any duties, qualifications, etc. that are associated with that template are automatically brought into your site specific SWMS.
From here you can add in additional items, or delete entries as desired.
If you want to add an entry that is not in the drop down list, go to Update The List of Duties, Qualifications, etc.. that add to the list. Once you have added an entry to one of the list, it will appear in all future lists to select from.
The print dialog box is now displayed. From here you can select your default printer and print to hardcopy (paper) or select Microsoft Print to PDF to save a copy as a PDF file on your PC. You can then attach this file to an email if you want to send it to someone.
The file used by JSEAsy to print your letterhead/logo on plain paper is a JPEG file, Letterhead.jpg, which you may create yourself or TotalTrack Pty. Ltd. can do it for you. The file is limited to 47mm high by 192mm wide
Create the file and name it, “Letterhead.jpg” place in C:JSEAsy and replace the existing file.
To create a jpg file of your letterhead, it is best to use a publishing software package. We use Adobe Indesign, but a lot of people have Microsoft Publisher. You will need to set up a page that is 47mm high x 192mm wide. From there insert your logo and text.
Some people have just pulled up there letterhead and then taken a snip screenshot and used that. This will work but the quality will not be very good.
We can create this file for you. Just send us a copy of your letterhead along with electronic copies of your logo and we will create the file and send it back to you.