Task Observation

  • What job task is the employee performing?

  • Total number of persons conducting the task?

  • Does the employee have the proper training and understanding of the task to ensure safe and high quality results?

  • What good behaviors is the employee observed exhibiting during the task?

  • What poor behaviors is the employee observed exhibiting during the task?

  • Can the employee explain why the behaviors noted above are good/poor?

  • Does the employee believe the task can be performed safely, efficiently and with a quality result?

  • Does the employee have any suggestions to improve safety, quality or the effectiveness of the task being observed?

Tool Box Meeting

  • Did the employee attend a pre-job tool box meeting?

  • Did the employee verbally participate in the pre-work tool box meeting?

  • What was the topic of the tool box meeting?

  • Who led the tool box meeting?

  • Photo of the site

  • What needs to be improved both from a behaviors and a physical work perspective

  • Further action to be taken

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