• A safety tour on site is a "walk around" by senior management to:
    -Appraise working conditions and safety practices
    -Monitor safe systems of work and ensure they are in place, identify and recommend area where improvement could be made
    -Demonstrate a commitment to safety by providing a visible presence in the workplace in the interest of safety

  • Is the correct paperwork on site

  • Are subcontractors being used on site? If yes a photo of COA is required.

  • Has each operative on site signed the relevant paperwork

  • Are the RAMs suitable for the task

  • Emergency- are staff aware of emergency procedures

  • Are control measures in place

  • Do the operative(s) hold the relevant qualification

  • Are weekly paperwork correct and available

  • Climbing equipment- in good working condition

  • Work equipment-correct equipment being used

  • Noise/vibration- is the risk being controlled

  • PPE- are all forms of PPE available and being used

  • Emergency bag readily available and full

  • Storage of fuels and hazardous substances

  • Vehicle/pedestrians-is the risk fully controlled

  • Are the operatives aware of the near miss reporting procedure

  • Further comments

  • Action taken

  • Team leader signature

  • Auditor Signature

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