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Control of Work (CoW)

The CAF CoW Policy governs the planning and management of work at CAF in accordance with the BP Group Defined Practice for Control of Work (GDP 4.5-0001). This policy is the first of a number of updated Control of Work procedures that will be rolled out and implemented in Q4, 2009.

CAF procedures and policies (Hot Work, Lifting, etc.) have been updated, and in some cases, created, to ensure that work at CAF is conducted as per the CoW policy, which places an emphasis on risk assessment and pre-planning. Adoption of these CoW components, in addition to best practices already in place at CAF, will ensure that work at CAF continues to be performed both safely and efficiently.

The following is suggested for prioritizing implementation of the CoW Policy:

  • Ensure all individuals who perform control of work tasks are properly trained in the CAF Cow Policy.
  • Ensure all individuals working in areas where control of work tasks may occur are aware of the policy and know where to go to obtain additional information.

The following is a list of documents associated with the Control of Work (CoW) Policy



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