Administrative Job Site Requirements

  • Active construction area clearly barricaded or identified in field?

  • Emergency contact information, egress routes and evacuation muster points posted and identified?

  • Area urgent and emergency healthcare facilities posted?

  • Standard C2 construction area warning signage posted at project entry points?

  • Client or facility-specific construction signage or notifications posted?

  • Project-specific Safe Work Plans (SWP), Health and Safety Plans (HASP), etc. in place and properly implemented?

JSA COMPLIANCE

  • JSAs readily accessible in the field?

  • Are all JSAs reviewed and approved by C2 EHS?

Onsite Contractor JSA Audit Review; audit at least one JSA per active contractor.

  • Name of Contractor?

  • Name of JSA?

  • Does the JSA adequately capture the scope of work?

  • What is missing from JSA or what needs expanded in JSA?

  • Is the JSA signed by the contractors working on the job?

Onsite Contractor JSA Audit Review; audit at least one JSA per active contractor.

  • Name of Contractor?

  • Name of JSA?

  • Does the JSA adequately capture the scope of work?

  • What is missing from JSA or what needs expanded in JSA?

  • Is the JSA signed by the contractors working on the job?

Onsite Contractor JSA Audit Review; audit at least one active JSA per active contractor.

  • Name of Contractor?

  • Name of JSA?

  • Does the JSA adequately capture the scope of work?

  • What is missing from JSA or what needs expanded in JSA?

  • Is the JSA signed by the contractors working on the job?

Training and Competency

  • Client site safety orientation process in place?

  • C2 contractor safety orientation process implemented?

  • Contractor Foreman/ Competent Persons OSHA 10-Hour Construction Safety Trained?

  • Competent Persons identified in writing by contractors?

Daily Safe Plan of Action (SPA); audit minimum of one SPA per active contractor.

  • Daily SPA accurately reflects work, means/ methods, and precautions?

  • Daily SPA reviewed and signed by Superintendent or representative?

  • Daily SPA readily accessible in the field?

  • Daily SPA completed and signed by contractor Competent Person and contractors performing the work?

  • Daily SPAs are closed and end of day affirmation signed?

  • Identified changes to means/ methods/ precautions on SPA reviewed and approved by C2 representative?

COVID-19 Mitigation

  • COVID-19 Management Plan for project/ site approved and current?

  • Client COVID-19 screening process implemented for contractors?

  • C2 Daily Pandemic Self-Assessment completed by all contractors and visitors?

  • COVID-19 signage posted clearly?

  • Sanitation facilities and hand washing facilities available and stocked?

  • Routine (3-4 times daily) touchpoint sanitization being conducted?

  • All workers and visitors wearing fabric or surgical mask face-covering? Bandanas and neck gaiters prohibited.

  • All workers maintaining 6' distance at all times?

  • Proximity Work Guidance being implemented for work requiring workers to be within 6' of others?

  • Do workers have a COVID-19 Pre-Task Safety Planning in place for activities which are infeasible to complete while maintaining 6' of distancing at all times?

  • Break and lunch accommodations made to maintain 6' distance?

  • Tools not being shared or being sanitized between users?

Housekeeping

  • Are materials stored properly?

  • Is trash being centered piled and collected routinely throughout work day?

  • Has construction dumpster been designated and located for the project?

  • Is the dumpster appropriately sized and properly managed for pick ups?

  • Is the dumpster safely accessible with secure ramps in place?

  • Is dumpster door secured open if workers must access dumspter?

  • Dumpsters are covered each night or when not in use?

  • Are the walking and working surfaces clear, clean, trip hazards eliminated?

PPE

  • ANSI Z87 compliant safety glasses, or equivalent, in use by everyone on the project?

  • ANSI Z41 compliant safety toe footwear in use by everyone on the project?

  • Cut resistant gloves meeting ANSI Cut Level 3 or highre in use by everyone on the project?

  • Hard hats in use by everyone on the project?

  • Multi-directional impact rated hard at with chin-strap in use during PFAS use where required?

  • ANSI Class 2 high visibility outerwear in use when required: around mobile equipment, in active lots and roads and in low light situations?

  • Additional PPE identified in JSA or SPA in use? i.e. hearing protection

  • All PPE is in safe working condition and fit for use?

  • PPE available for visitors to active construction site?

  • Is respiratory protection in use? (voluntarily or required)

  • Is Medical Clearance and Fit testing verified for tight fitting cartridge respirator users?

  • Respiratory users clean shaving?

  • Lack of airborne hazard verified by C2 EHS prior to implementation of voluntary use respirators?

  • Voluntary users of respirators provided with 1910.134, Appendix D, Information for Employees using Respirators When Not Required?

Fall Protection

  • NOT including LADDERS/MEWPs. Is elevated work 6' or more above a lower level detailed in a Fall Protection Work Plan approved by C2 EHS?

  • Post fall-event response identified and documented in Fall Protection Work Plan?

  • Working at Height/ Elevated Work Permit in place and properly excuted?

  • Adequate fall height clearance and swing fall clearance confirmed?

  • Personal Fall Arrest Systems use is compliant with approved Fall Protection Work Plan and applicabl permits?

  • PFAS components are compatible, inspected and in safe working order?

  • PFAS anchorage points are properly rated and are either engineered or evaluated by a Qualified Person?

  • Suspension trauma straps are in use when PFAS is used?

  • Leading edges, hole openings, excavation, etc. greater than 6' from a lower level protected by compliant guardrail, warning line system or covered and identified as required?

  • Guardrail meet 1926.502(b) and rails are capable of withstanding 200lbs at the top rail with top rail at 42" (+/-3") and middle railing at 21" or midway between surface and top rail?

  • Warning Lines meet 1926.502(f)(2) with flags every 6' at a height 34-39" and a breaking strength of 500LBS.

  • Warning Lines are erected at 15' (6' for roofing activity) from unprotected edge and access routes within 15' (6' for roofing activity) of unprotected edge are protected by guardrail?

  • Where applicable, Leading Edge rated PFAS equipment is in use?

  • Holes or openings in walking and working surfaces are covered with covers secured in place, marked 'HOLE' or 'COVER' and meeting or exceeding C2's additional requirements?

  • Overhead hazards have been identified, secured, removed or protected (debris nets, toe boards, etc.) have been implemented?

Fire Safety and Hot Work

  • 10LBS ABC fire extinguishers available with in 50 feet of work with one extinguisher for every 3000 square feet of project area?

  • Are all fire extinguishers currently inspected, tagged and located prominently in work area?

  • Are contractors trained in proper fire extinguisher use?

  • Is hot work being performed?

  • Is all work involving flame/sparks detailed on the daily Hot Work Permit for each contractor performing hot work activities?

  • All precautions detailed on Hot Work Permit are in place and permit is properly excecuted?

  • Combustibles including paper, plastic, wood, drywall, cardboard, etc. are moved at least 35' from hot work or protected with fire blankets?

  • Hot work equipment in safe working order with cylinders secured upright, functional gauges, flash back arrestors in place, etc.

  • Compressed gas cylinders are secured upright, fuel separated from oxygen by 25' or fire rated divider, regulators removed and valve protector caps installed when in storage?

  • Welding equipment is in safe working order with intact leads, local disconnect, secure electrical connections, etc.?

  • Dedicated and trained fire watch on duty during and for one hour after Hot Work?

  • Periodic fire watch on duty for required duration after dedicated fire watch?

  • Are the sprinkler heads and fire protection systems unobstructed ( sprinkler heads clear by 18'' or greater)?

  • Fire system (fire/ smoke detection, horns/ strobes) impairments are managed with Fire System Impairment Permit?

  • Egress routes and stairwells clear of combustible or flammable materials?

  • Are flammable and combustible materials stored properly?

General Safety

  • Have findings from the previous weeks audit been corrected or addressed?

  • List any outstanding safety violations from previous audits:

  • Is work area properly illuminated?

  • Temporary light properly installed with guards/ cages in place, if applicable?

  • Is equipment guarding in place as per manufacturers instructions?

  • Are tools and equipment inspected and in good condition prior to use?

Ladders/ Stairs/ Scaffolds.

  • Are stairs provided where there is a change in elevation >19'' ( EU >0.5m), and secured?

  • Are stairs greater than 4 risers all equipped with a hand rail?

  • Is any scaffolding in use?

  • Is scaffolding built by a qualified competent erector, built correctly, secured, tagged correctly? (check mudsills or locked wheels)

  • Does the scaffolding have safe access and egress for workers?

  • Are all scaffold inspected daily by a Competent Person?

  • Are system or supported scaffolds Green Tagged?

  • Are mobile/ rolling scaffold wheels locked?

  • Are Holes/penetrations protected with secured covers labeled "HOLE" or barricaded?

  • C2-specific hole and cover guidelines adhered to?

  • Is the scaffolding protected for use by unauthorized persons, is there a swing gate which can be locked when no one is working?

  • Are ladders in use?

  • Are ladders in good condition? Labels, rings, feet...

  • Are all ladders fiberglass and rated minimum Type 1A?

  • Are all ladder labels and warnings present and legible?

  • Are ladders being stored correctly?

  • Are ladders in use being used safely and as intended?

  • Are ladders setup on solid ground with braces fully engaged and locked with all four feet supported on flat floor?

  • Ladders are NOT placed in front of doorway, emergency exit route or in the way of any other construction equipment.

  • The waist of the ladder user is NOT above the top step and workers are not twisting body excessively reaching to work while on ladder?

  • Are extension ladders being used safely with proper pitch, ladder secured and a 36 inch overhang?

  • Are platforms protected by handrail, midrail and toe board?

Crane Lifting / Rigging.

  • Is there a scheduled Lift today?

  • Has the lift plan and permit been completed and reviewed with all affected personnel?

  • Are there trained signalperson in "line of sight" of operator or other means of communication with operator?

  • Has the qualified rigger inspected all lifting equipment prior to use?

  • All rigging (standard and specialty or custom) is in safe working order, tagged, compatible and properly rated?

  • Has the crane set up area been properly barricaded?

  • Has the crane erection area been surveyed for subsurface utilities or installations?

  • Is crane equipped with Load Management Information System (LMIS)?

  • Is crane equipped with wind speed monitor (anemometer) or is wind speed being monitored in real time?

  • Anti-two block safety device present and functional?

  • Have all the areas within the swing radius been evacuated and notified, with proper signage , barricaded with danger tape and evacuated?

  • Are tag lines being used to control the load?

  • Spill containment deployed or kit available?

  • Is crane erected level with proper outrigger cribbing?

  • Outrigger safety pins present?

  • Has the crane inspections been completed and documented?

Excavation and Trenching

  • Is there an active Excavation on site during audit?

  • Has Excavation Competent Person been identified and documented?

  • Has Competent Person classified the soil?

  • Has utility One Call/ Miss Utility notification been made by excavator? (Verify)

  • Utility mark out is clear with field marks being properly maintained?

  • Is the excavation laid out in white paint?

  • Has the excavation permit been reviewed and completed?

  • Has utility location taken place? 25 feet outside the perimeter of the excavation? Verify report

  • Are the trenches/ excavations sloped properly or shored and barricaded?

  • Is shoring and shielding properly selected, compatible, inspected and installed?

  • Tabulated data onsite?

  • Structural stability of adjacent structures maintained?

  • Spoils and heavy materials not stored within 24" of excavation?

  • Is trench/ excavation greater than 4ft?

  • Are there proper egress in place, ladders no more than 25' apart?

  • Is this a HAZWOPER site and if yes is training verified?

  • Has a weather event occurred since initial evaluation from a Competent Person?

Confined Space

  • Are all confined spaces on the project identified and labeled by the site and/ or C2?

  • Are all permit required confined spaces identified and labeled by the site and/ or C2?

  • Is confined space being performed and applicable for this audit?

  • Entrants, Attendants and Entry Supervisors confined space trained?

  • Are permit required confined spaces being reclassified or Alternate Procedure entries made being using C2 documented process?

  • Confined Space Permit in place and properly executed for permit required entries?

  • Confined space Attendant maintaining Entrant log properly?

  • Confined space Attendant has radio, cell phone or other means of communicating with site security or emergency services?

  • Confined space Attendant maintaining atmospheric monitoring log properly?

  • Non-entry rescue system in place for permit required entries?

  • Entry rescue team or service confirmed available? Explain answer.

  • Pre-entry 4 gas atmospheric testing conducted at various levels/ areas in permit required confined space?

  • 4 gas atmospheric testing conducted before and continuously during entry?

  • Atmospheric monitor calibrated and bump tested properly?

  • Proper forced air ventilation in place before and continuously throughout entry?

  • Ventilation intake well away from space exhaust or other sources of contamination?

  • Confined spaces are locked and tagged out, drained/ purged, pumped out, cleaned, etc. prior to entry?

Material Handling and Heavy Equipment

  • Is there motorized heavy equipment being used?

  • Has the proper pre-operational inspection been performed and documented?

  • Pre-mobilization equipment inspection documentation provided?

  • Spill kit onsite and available in equipment operation area?

  • Do the operators have the proper training for the equipment being used?

  • Are seat belts used by all operators?

  • Do the motorized vehicles have proper back up alarm?

  • Equipment has visible or audible operational travel indictor?

  • Are flaggers in place where needed?

  • Equipment operation area barricaded?

  • Is the rollover protection system (ROPS) in place and maintained?

  • No field or owner made modifications made to equipment or attachments?

  • Forklift/ telehandler attachments are approved in writing by forklift/ telehandler manufacturer?

  • Equipment capacity rating recalculated with attachment use?

  • Equipment capacity is adequate for intended loads?

  • Is the equipment operated more than 20' away from power lines?

  • Equipment tuned off and keys removed when unattended?

  • Fueling of equipment detailed in approved JSA?

  • No onsite repair or maintenance of equipment?

Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWPs)

  • Is Mobile Elevated Work Platforms(MEWPs) in use?

  • Has the proper pre-use inspection and functional tests been performed and documented?

  • Does the operator have the proper training for the equipment being used?

  • Is the operator using the proper harness and tie-off points? (i.e. approved engineer anchor points)

  • MEWPs being used safely? Feet on surface, not using mid rail or toe board to stand on, not leaning outside lift?

  • Do MEWPs have proper travel alarms or indicators?

  • MEWPs path is clear and free of clutter, holes, etc.?

  • MEWPs operational area is level?

  • Is the chain or gate closed on MEWPs?

  • Is the equipment operated more than 20' away from power lines?

  • Are the materials being carried or stored on MEWP within the confinement of the platform?

  • Barricades or spotter in place when needed?

Electrical Safety.

  • Electrical tools and equipment left in a safe state if unattended?

  • Temporary power provided and inspected by Qualified Person?

  • Extension/power cords routed to avoid creating a trip hazard?

  • Are cords in good condition, no cuts or repairs?

  • Is there a 3ft clear distance around electrical panel?

  • Are GFCI's being used and closest to the power source?

  • All electrical tools are Double Insulated or third-prong grounded?

  • Extension cords not plugged in to extension cords?

Control of Hazardous Energy/ LOTO

  • Are sources of hazardous energy locked and tagged out?

  • All employees involved in LOTO are properly trained in hazardous energy control?

  • Employees exposed to hazardous energy each have their own tag and lock and with separate key on energy control points?

  • LOTO permit or plan implemented to document control of hazardous energy?

  • C2 Superintendent participating in LOTO with locks and tags at energy control points?

  • Are tags legible with name, company and contact information listed?

  • Has all residual or potential energy been released or secured?

Hazard Communication/ GHS

  • Are SDSs submitted and reviewed with JSA?

  • Are SDSs available for review onsite?

  • Are all chemicals properly labeled?

  • Chemicals properly stored?

  • Chemical quantities onsite acceptable?

  • Chemical stored in secondary containment?

  • Are personnel trained in the chemicals they are handling?

  • Spill kit stocked and present?

Environmental/ Waste Stream

  • Have all proper barricades been put in place to minimize cross contamination?

  • Concrete washout containment available and serviced regularly?

  • Are the concrete truck washout procedures being followed?

  • Is the waste handling and disposal of hazardous waste being executed properly?

  • Is secondary containment in place where needed?

  • Is threading machine catch box in place?

  • Are storm sewers and drains protected?

  • Contaminated areas identified and assessed?

  • Residual waste properly labeled and stored?

Corrective actions and supplemental comments.

  • Safety and health observations were reviewed in the field with appropriate contractors when possible?

  • General Comments

Stakeholders

  • Project Superintendent

  • Project Superintendent Optional Comments:

  • Auditor

  • Auditor Optional Comments:

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