• Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared By:

  • Location
  • Personnel on site


  • Daily pre-start conducted and signed by all workers

  • Attendance register current (all persons signed on)

  • Site supervisor on site and off the tools

  • First aider(s) on site

  • ITP in place for current works and signed up to date.

  • Amenities adequate, clean and maintained

  • All persons on site fit for work (including fatigue compliance)

  • Site PPE requirements being met

  • Public safety controls in place (eg fencing, barriers, signage)

  • Site clean and tidy (general housekeeping)

  • Traffic management controls in place as per TMP

  • Hazardous materials storage area (bunded & labelled)


  • SWMS in place for current works

  • All persons signed onto SWMS

  • Reviewed in the last 7 days

  • SWMS applicable to the task being performed

  • Work being performed in accordance with SWMS

  • Any other PPE required (site/task specific)

  • Competent for task being undertaken (check tickets)

  • START Cards completed


  • Erosion/Sediment control in place, adequate and maintained

  • Waste disposed of in labelled bins. Recycling segregated.

  • Concrete wash out in designated area. Bunded and lined.

  • Sensitive vegetation barricaded and signage in place

  • Soil stockpiles >10m from watercourses*

  • Refuelling >50m from watercourses*

  • Dust suppression adequate

  • Noise/vibration/odour controls adequate


  • Statutory notification submitted

  • Excavation and Trenching permit in place (Duration as specified)

  • Daily trench inspection documented

  • Trench benched, battered or shored adequately

  • Safe means of entry and exit

  • Barrier and signage to protect workers and public

  • Spoil or materials not placed within 1m of excavation edge


  • Plant Register current and PHA's available

  • Daily plant prestart check completed

  • Operator competency/license available

  • Operable flashing light, reverse alarm and fire extinguisher

  • Designated pedestrian routes separate from plant movement


  • Ladders secure and only used for access/egress (unless platform ladder)

  • Scaffolds tagged (monthly)

  • Live edges barricaded (Flagging/mesh min 2m out)

  • Elevated Work Platform (EWP) in good condition, harness in use and on level and stable ground

  • Penetrations protected to prevent fall of people & materials. Covers (incl grid mesh) securely fastened in place.

  • Protection of workers below/falling objects

  • Work at heights controls implemented


  • CSE permit in place and controls implemented

  • Entry/Exit log maintained (See permit)

  • Gas monitoring in place

  • Observer/standby persons present

  • PPE and signage inplace

  • Rescue Plan in place


  • Electrical tools and leads tested and tagged (3 monthly)

  • Electrical leads elevated and insulated from metal objects

  • Electrical supply panels secure (no unauthorised access)

  • RCDs fitted and tested Monthly (check site sheds)

  • Extension leads single length only


  • Crane Safe green sticker (Current 12 month)

  • Lift study completed for lifts (Where required)

  • Plant has SWL/WLL clearly marked

  • Lifting gear register current (3 monthly inspection completed)

  • Rigging gear in good condition, SWL marked

  • Rigger/dogman used to control the lifting loads

  • Lift areas delineated and clear of persons


  • Hot Work permit in place and controls implemented

  • Flash back arresters, flash protection & weld curtains

  • Earthing in place, leads tagged and in good condition

  • Oxy bottles secured and stored separately


  • Add additional photos if required:

  • Add a drawing to assist observations and actions required:

  • Worksite Manager:

  • Person Conducting the inspection:

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