Documents / Items Required

  • 1. Have you viewed and authorised the "site specific" Health & Safety Plan

  • 2. Has the Principal Contractor and/or his site supervisor, (as a minimum) been inducted into the FSD contractor induction system

  • 3. Is there a "site specific" Induction Register that includes provision for Contractor Induction Certificate/"Red Card"

  • 4. Have you sighted the process to conduct and store site specific Risk Assessments, Safe Work Method Statements and/or JSA's

  • 5. Is the site supervisor aware of what to do in an emergency and has identified the location of the university's:

  • Building Emergency Evacuation System (how it operates)

  • Assembly points & evacuation route

  • Closest medical facility

  • Contact details of emergency services

  • Provisions for emergency communications

  • 6. Is the "Closed Site" correctly signed according to regulations

  • 7. Have you made the site supervisor aware of the University's Permit to Work System & the Services Shut Down Procedures

  • 8. Is the site supervisor aware of the University's Security requirements

  • 9. Is the site supervisor aware of the University's parking arrangements

  • 10. Has the site supervisor/contractors been shown where the relevant fire fighting equipment is located on their site - e.g fire extinguishers etc.

  • 11. Is the site supervisor aware of the University's procedures for reporting incidents, injuries, hazards & near misses


  • Facilities Services Division Project Manager

  • Construction Company Site Supervisor

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