• SWMS in place, signed off and understood by all

  • Has the pour area been blinded as per design drawings?

  • Pour area set out as per design drawings?

  • Formwork and pour area clean and free of foreign materials

  • Formwork interior surface is treated/sprayed with compliant product (e.g. Release Agent)

  • Formwork joints are mortar tight, formwork is secure and constructed according to requirements

  • Survey control for the formwork is within tolerances. (verify pour level marks are at correct location and levels)

  • Reinforcement cleaned of foreign materials and conforming to AS/NZS 4671 & tolerances specified in B80.6.9

  • Inspect & verify cast in type & location in accordance with design documentation

  • Is all formwork braced, bolted and secured sufficiently to prevent any movement or uplift during the pour?

  • Verify all items cast in are tied down or suitably restrained to prevent movement during concreting

  • Verify the appropriate cover has been obtained as shown on the drawing and within tolerance?

  • Inspect and verify reinforcement size, location,, spacing, and lap lengths is within tolerances as per table B80.15, 16, 17

  • Verify join to adjacent structure is prepared (roughened >3mm where applicable), ensure expansion joints are located, prepared, cleaned and in the correct position

  • Measured volume of concrete to be poured

  • Concrete pour sheet reference number

  • Concrete test sheet reference number

  • Approval to pour

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