Abseiling Checklist

Instructions:
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1. Answer "Yes", "No", "N/A" for the questions below and fill out the details needed.
2. Add photos and notes by clicking on the paperclip icon.
3. To add a Corrective Measure click on the paperclip icon then "Add Action", provide a description, assign to a member, set priority and due date.
4. Complete audit by providing digital signature.
5. Share your report by exporting as PDF, Word, Excel or Web Link.

People and equipment

Are Communication Equipment complete and in good condition?

Are Window cleaning equipment complete and in good condition?

Are Water containers complete and in good condition?

Are the Operatvies are IRATA Trained?

Means of preventing objects or people
from falling

Is the Belt Holder ready and in good condition?

Is the Lanyard ready and in good condition?

Is the Tool Hip Bucket ready and in good condition?

Are the Body harness / ropes are ready and in good condition?

All following checks must be in place for the work to begin

Are Fixed anchor point identified as checked?

Next examination due:

Are Counter-weight systems checked?

Next examination due (as required):

Are Ropes / Harness / Equipment checks completed and in date?

Are Risk Assessment / Method Statement completed and reviewed?

Are Communication devices are to be carried by operatives (radios/mobile phones)?

Wind Speed Checks

Initial Wind Speed Checks (Prior to work starting):

Wind speed (Ground Floor Level): (MPH.)

Wind Speed (Roof / Working Level): (MPH.)

Select date

Subsequent Wind Speed Checks:

Subsequent Wind Speed Check

Wind speed (Ground Floor Level): (MPH.)

Wind Speed (Roof / Working Level): (MPH.)

Select date
Supervisor verification:
Supervisor verification for wind checks: (Signature)

Are Wind speed and weather conditions checked and are within acceptable limits, 25mph or less (as per above wind checks)?:

Person setting up and supervising the work to sign below verifying that all operatives are suitably trained and fit for work.
Safety Checks completed by: