• Is proper PPE being worn for the task, i.e. safety glasses, goggles, hearing protection, faceshield, gloves, etc?

  • All required permits are completed and posted ( i.e., hot work, line breaking, confined space, live electrical, crane)?

  • Contractor employee(s) following proper LOTO?

  • Are hand tools and portable power tools are in good, safe condition?

  • Each contractor has signed in log and is properly badged?

  • Is fall protection being worn and tied off properly (required when working above 4 feet, unguarded)?

  • Is contractor using a fixed blade knife?

  • If flammable liquids are being used are they in approved containers and kept closed?

  • Are compressed gas cylinders properly secured to keep from tipping?

  • Work area is properly barricaded, zoned off, etc. to isolate area.

  • Have chemicals brought on site have been properly approved by EHS department and SDSs available?

  • Ergonomically, one person lifting no more than 35 lbs or 2 people lifting between 36 - 70 lbs or material handling equipment used if over 70 lbs.?

  • Job site has no apparent trip hazards, i.e. electrical cords, hoses, spilled materials, etc.

  • Work site housekeeping and 5S are in good order and area cleaned at end of day/shift.

  • Ladders and/or other equipment being used safely and in good condition.

  • Contractor following all appropriate procedues to prevent spills or other environmental issues?

  • Overall, employee(s) are exhibiting good, safe behaviors in the tasks that they are doing.

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