Fall Protection

  • Use of anchor points.

  • PFAS worn in a proper manner?

  • Fall protection equipment maintained and inspected?

  • PFAS utilized at loading zones with guardrails in place.

  • Fall protection equipment shall not be used for rigging.

  • Guardrails/PFAS utilized when near perimeters, elevator shafts, windows, and stairways. > 6 ft. Fall hazard.

  • Wall openings are properly covered.

  • Guardrails shall be able to withstand at least 200 lbs. of force.

  • Workers protected near floor openings.

  • Workers protected around roof openings.

  • Guardrail height 42 inches +\- 3 inches

Housekeeping/General Safety

  • Project work areas are clean and free of excess trash and debris.

  • Walkways and passageways are clear.

  • Material or equipment is properly stored.

  • Electrical cords, hoses, etc. installed to prevent trip hazards.

  • Scrap metal/material free from protruding nails or other puncture hazards.

  • Trash receptacles are provided for work areas.

  • Barricades and/or rebar caps are installed and maintained

  • Wall openings/floor holes

  • Electrical

  • Slip/trip hazards

Personal Protective Equpment

  • Hard hats

  • Class 2 vest

  • Hearing protection

  • Eye protection

  • Proper foot protection

  • Face shield or goggles

  • Gloves

  • Respirators/chemical resistant garments

Scaffolds

  • 18 inches of walking/working surface

  • Scaffold guardrail height (when 6 ft. or higher) 42 inches +\- 3 inches

  • Inspected and used properly.

  • Scaffold tag present when applicable.

  • Guardrails in place when required.

  • Proper access and egress required.

  • Components are free from defect.

  • Aerial and scissor lifts are properly inspected.

  • Fall protection utilized on aerial lifts.

Ladders

  • Proper angle using 4:1 ratio.

  • Exceeds landing by 3 feet.

  • Ladder properly secured to prevent movement.

  • Worker is not using top 2 steps of stepladder.

  • Stepladder used only in the open position and fully locked.

  • Inspected and free from defect.

Tools and Equipment

  • Electrical cords- condition.

  • Tools are maintained in a safe condition

  • Pneumatic/hydraulic hose connections properly secured.

  • Tools are carried and stored.

  • Proper tools used for the job performed.

  • Guards and shields in place.

  • Hilti clips are free from live rounds.

  • Job lights have cages on them to prevent the glass from breaking.

Fire Protection

  • Flammables are stored properly.

  • Fire extinguishers are inspected.

  • Fire extinguisher is located near chop saw or other Hot Work procedures.

  • Combustibles removed in area of hot work.

Permits/signage/documentation

  • Hot Work permit.

  • JHA

  • Toolbox talk.

  • MSDS's

  • Laser in use signage.

Comments

  • General Comments

  • Add media

  • Add media

  • Add drawing

  • Was anyone injured on site?

  • CDI Incident Report completed?

  • Add signature

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