Administrative Audit

Demonstrated Management Commitment

1. Project Leadership Participates in New Employee Orientation (MIC & other supervisors)

2. Project Leadership Coducts/ Participates in Weekly Employee Safety Meeting

3. Project Leadership Participates in Incident Investigations

4. OSM 130 Safety Inspections Completed/Documented as Required, with folllow-up & Superintendent sign-off

5. OSM 130 On Site Safety Conditions Reviewed in Foreman's Meeting with Safety being a part of the Meeting Record

6. OSM 090 Employee/Supervisor Disciplinary Notices Documented / Violations Notifications

7. Insurance/Owner Audits Corrected and Documented

8. Response provided by Project for previous iAuditor Report with Subcontractor responses as required

9. Red Monkey Reports/Best Practices Discussed with Staff and Posted

Pre-Project & Pre-Task Planning

10. OSM 150 Daily Pre-Task Meetings Conducted with Adequate Content

11. MSDS Log Available & Up-to-Date

12. Current Robins & Morton Site Specific Safety Policy on Site and Available (Start Up Package)

13. Infection Control Documentation/Inspections available and Up-to-Date

14. Interim Life Safety (ISLM) Documentation/Inspections available and Up-to-Date

15. Asbestos Survey in Robins & Morton possession as required/Abatement Certification Letter

16. OSM 140 Crisis Management Plan (CMP) and Emergency Action Plan (EAP) Complete and Up-to-Date

17. Daily Inspections Documented (Forklift, Aerial Work Platform, Excavation, Scaffold, Skid Steer, etc...)

18. Fall Prevention/Protection System(s) Component Inspections Documented

19. Required Safety Submittals readily accessible per recommended Safety Filing System

Safety Education & Training

20. OSM 080 Required Orientations Held and Documented with Appropriate and Adequate Content

21. OSM 080 Specialty Training Conducted for Robins & Morton Employees with Appropriate and Adequate Content

22. OSM 080 Weekly Safety Meeting Conducted and Documented/Paperwork Complete

Employee Involvement

23. OM 170.1 Employee Daily Sign-Out

Safety Recognition

24. OSM 190 Recognition Program Implementation

25. OSM 195 Safety Lunch Completed and Documented

Subcontractor Management

26. OSM 060 Subcontractor Safe-Start Meetings Conducted and Documented

27. OSM 060 Subcontractor Safety Submittals Received/All Required

28. Subcontractor Included in Safety Meetings

Incident Investigation

29. OSM 100 and OSM 105 Incident Reports Submitted (lag time) (WC/GL)





Field Conditions

Field Conditions

1. Access (Elevations 19" or greater, into Building, Floor-to-floor, etc...)

Type of Access Observation Identified




Corrective Action Identified / Discussion

Corrective Actions Taken


2. Aerial Work Platforms

3. Elevated Deck -- Pearl Weave Fencing in addition to Temporary Guardrails

4. Body Position (Awkward Position, Repetitive Motion, Hand Placement, etc...)

5. Confined Space

6. Concrete (Forming System -- Engineered Design is Followed, Stripping/Shoring, etc...)

7. Crane/Hoisting Apparatus (Set-Up, Ground Conditions, Inspection, Qualified Riggers and Signalpersons, etc...)

8. Demolition/Renovation (Engineering Survey, Utilities De-energized, Protected)

9. Electrical Power (GFCI, Electrical Cords)

10. Environmental Issues Addressed (Spill Kits, SWPP, etc...)

11. Fall Exposures (Conditions, Passive, Perimeter Protection, Floor Holes, etc...)

12. Fall Hazard Control Systems (Active, Restraint, Anchor Points, Arrest, etc...)

13. Fire Protection

14. Flammable and Combustible Liquid Storage

15. Hand and Power Tools (Condition, Used Properly, Right too for the Job)

16. Hazard Communication (Container Labeling, SDS adhered to, Training)

17. Hazard Warning Signs in Place at Site Entrance/Specific Locations

18. Hazardous Energy Sources/ LOTO (Zero Energy State)

19. Heat/Cold Exposure Controls (Shade, Cool Zone, etc...)

20. Heavy Equipment (Use, Condition, etc...)

21. Housekeeping/Jobsite Cleanliness/Stored Material Organization

22. Hygiene Facilities (Toilets, Hand Washing, etc...)

23. Infection Control Measures (Negative Air Monitors, Inspection, Isolation, etc...)

24. Interim Life Safety Measures (ISLM) (Clear Exits, Signage, Alarms, etc...)

25. Ladders (Extension, Platform, Step)

26. Lighting (Adequate for Conditions)

27. Line of Fire (Struck by, Caught Between, Pinch Points, etc...)

28. Manual Material Handling (Mechanical Means First, < 50lbs, Awkward Material)

29. Masonry (Wall Bracing, etc...)

30. Material Handling (other than by crane) -- Rigging, Chainfalls, Come-a-Long

31. Personal Protective Equipment Utilization

32. Placement of Material to be Worked On (Vice, Stand, Secured, etc...)

33. Respiratory Protection

34. Scaffolds (Constructed Properly and Maintained/Green, Yellow, Red Tags)

35. Security and Public Protection

36. Stairway Access (Rails, Pans Filled Completely, Housekeeping)

37. Steel Erection (Erection, Decking, Structural Frame)

38. Temporary Power (Panels, Wiring, Condition, etc...)

39. Trenching and Excavations (Protected Properly, Egress Routes)

40. Water (Adequate Supply, Clean/Taped/Dated, Cups, Trash Receptacles)

41. Welding and Cutting (Bottles Secured/Stored, Leads, Flash Arrestors, etc...)

42. Work Zone/Traffic Control/Escort

43. Operator Certifications/Qualifications




Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.