Vehicle Maintenance

  • Is truck equipped with hands free devices?

  • Is truck bed and toolboxes organized and free of trash ?

  • Is the interior of the truck kept clean and organized ?

Ground Area

  • Signage under existing Overhead power lines and communication lines?

  • Authorized Personnel Only sign displayed before entering roof area ?

  • Men Working above signs located on each entrance and exit?

  • Staging area Properly delineated with delineators and flags?

  • Are cords and equipment setup to prevent the public from tripping ?

  • Is generator trailer chocked and secured from displacement ?

Access / Egress

  • Portable Ladders (if not checked than N/A)

  • Ladder extends 3' over landing

  • 3 points of contact maintained while climbing

  • In good safe working condition. Proper ladder for the job.

  • Ladder set up at proper angle (4:1)

  • Ladders removed when leaving site if not secured

  • Ladder tied off securely

  • Fixed Ladders (if not checked than N/A)

  • Fall protection or cage available if 24' in height or greater

  • If cage or well is used, landing platform is provided at maximum of 50'

  • Minimum clearance between ladder and obstruction behind is 7"

  • Inside of cage or well is free of obstructions

  • Ladder in good repair, no visible damage

  • Stepladders (if not checked than N/A)

  • Stepladders in good repair. No visible damage to rails, rungs, or spreader

  • Ladder used in an open a-frame position

  • Proper ladder size used. Climbing on top of stepladder, or on first rung from the top, is prohibited

  • Stairs (if not checked than N/A)

  • Metal pan stairs are filled with with suitable material or barricaded to prevent access

  • Stairways with four or more risers, or rising more than 30" in height (whichever is less) have stair rails provided on each unprotected edge

  • Handrails are provided between 30" and 37", have at least 3" clearance between the handrail and structure behind, and are constructed so as to provide an adequate handhold

  • All railings are free from projection hazards such as nails, surfaced to prevent injuries or snagging of clothing

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Electrical Safety

  • GFCI utilized at all times

  • Cords and tools in good condition. Damaged cords / tools tagged out of service or rendered inoperable

  • All ladders and equipment at least 10' from electrical lines

  • Other

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Fall Protection

  • Warning Line Systems (if not checked than N/A)

  • Warning lines completely enclose the roof area

  • Warning lines kept minimum of 6' from edge of roof, or minimum of 10' from edge of roofs with mechanical equipment in use

  • Well maintained, a minimum of 34" off the working surface, a maximum of 39"

  • Stanchions utilized are designed to resist, without tipping over, a force of at least 16 lbs applied horizontally 30" above the walking / working surface

  • Employees adhering with requirement and remaining inside warning lines unless using a different fall protection system

  • Points of access connected to work area by access path formed by two lines. When not in use, a warning line is run across the path to fully enclose the work area

  • Guardrails System (if not checked than N/A)

  • Top rail 39-45 inches above the walking working surface. Cable deflects 3" or less and does not sag below 39" with 200lbs of force applied. Midrails installed midway between top rail and walking / working surface

  • Guardrail system properly installed capable of withstanding 200lbs of force

  • Standard toe boards installed if exposure below exists

  • Guardrails surfaced to prevent injury. No protruding nails

  • Safety Monitoring System (if not checked than N/A)

  • Safety monitor in audible & visual distance, on same working level and performing monitoring duties only

  • Safety monitor educated to recognize fall hazards and aware of items that he/she should be looking for

  • Monitor used in conjunction with warning line, except for on roofs that are <50' in length or width

  • Employees ensuring a safety monitor is present prior to going outside warning lines or working on an unprotected roof

  • Personal Fall Arrest Systems (if not checked than N/A)

  • Anchorage points of suitable strength to support fall or restraint (5,000lbs arrest, 3,000lbs restraint)

  • Equipment inspected prior to use

  • Harness & lanyards worn and adjusted properly. Lifelines installed properly, slack removed, pendulum effect and free fall distance considered and controlled

  • Anchorage connectors such as cross arm straps utilized to wrap units / structures. No wrapping of lifelines / lanyards and hooking them back to themselves

  • Skylight and hole protection (if not checked than N/A)

  • Skylight / holes protected by guardrail, cover, net, or personal fall arrest system is used

  • Hole covers capable of withstanding twice the intended load. "Hole" or "Cover" painted atop the cover

  • Hoist area fall protection (if not checked than N/A)

  • Guardrails or PFAS utilized in hoisting areas (areas where material / debris / equipment is being brought up to or removed from roof)

  • Employees using PFAS in hoist areas set them up for fall restraint

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Fire Prevention

  • Extinguishers in place, charged and in work area. Clear of obstruction. No more than 100' from employees, no more than 50' from flammables

  • Are fire extinguishers annual certification current?

  • Are F.E in good working order?

  • No smoking near flammables

  • Proper flammable safety cans in use

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General Safety

  • Is the water jug clean and sanitized?

  • Is there a shade set up ?

  • Is there individual single use cups?

  • Is there sufficient water?

  • First aid kits available onsite

  • SDS available onsite for all chemicals, chemicals properly labelled

  • Weekly tool box talks conducted

  • General housekeeping efforts kept up

  • All materials and debris secured daily. Public protected from falling / flying objects

  • General precautions taken to protect property from damages

  • Intakes covered or turned off when chemicals used

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Hand and Power Tools

  • All hand and power tools in good repair. Damaged equipment tagged out of service or rendered inoperable

  • All power tools have proper machine guards in place

  • Hand tools used for the task they are designed for. No prying items with a utility knife

  • Utility knife blades kept sharp, cuts made away from body. Retracted or fully sheathed when not in use

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Material Handling

  • Proper lifting techniques observed. Team lifts or mechanical equipment used when lifting heavy objects

  • Material handling equipment in good condition

  • Debris removed of promptly and safely. Chute provided when over 20'.

  • Crane Safety (if not checked than N/A)

  • Operators licensed / certified

  • Rigging in good condition. Capacities legible. Inspected prior to use with no visible damage.

  • Qualified rigger / signal person used

  • Outriggers fully deployed, pads/cribbing used on soft surfaces

  • Daily inspection of crane performed. Must be documented at least once per month and available on crane

  • Work zone established. Elevated visual aids in place to ensure crane maintains minimum approach distance from overhead power lines

  • Forklift Safety (if not checked than N/A)

  • Operator certified. License available and current (not more than 3 years old)

  • Daily inspection completed. All critical safety elements in good repair (back up alarm, windows & mirrors, boom angle indicator, load chart available, tires in good repair, etc)

  • Seatbelt worn at all times

  • Safe speeds maintained

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Personal Protective Equipment

  • Eye protection worn when hazard exits and per policy

  • Hard hats worn when hazard exits and per policy

  • Proper gloves worn when handling tear off debris, when handling sharp metal, and when handling chemicals requiring glove usage

  • Proper work attire worn (boots, pants, sleeved shirts, long sleeve shirts if handling hot asphalt)

  • Are kneepads being worn per policy?

  • Other

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Scaffolding

  • Supported Scaffolding (if not checked than N/A)

  • Competent person onsite - daily inspections conducted

  • All components in good condition, properly assembled

  • Safe access onto scaffold available

  • Guardrails and toeboards on all open sides of work area

  • Work platform fully decked with proper overhang / cleating of planks

  • All employees using have user training

  • Scaffold kept a safe distance (10' minimum) from overhead powerlines unless lines have been de-energized or other acceptable safeguards implemented

  • Falling object protection adequate if exposure below exists. Toe boards in place, or netting used if material stacked higher than toe boards

  • Aerial Lifts (if not checked than N/A)

  • All employees using have received user training

  • Inspections performed prior to operating. No dropoffs, depressions, holes, etc. surrounding the equipment that can be driven into

  • Guardrails in proper working condition. Safety chains latched closed on scissor lifts. Swing gates shut on boom lifts

  • Proper fall protection in place when working from boom lift. Retractable lanyard or other restraining device used. Harness worn properly

  • Equipment kept a safe distance from overhead powerlines (minimum of 10' unless power lines are de-energized or other acceptable safeguard is implemented)

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Specialty Roof Systems

  • Modified Bitumen - Torch Applied System (if not checked than N/A)

  • Torch set up properly, in good working order. Stand in place. Connections and fittings leak checked prior to use

  • All sparks or open flame controlled and kept away from roof openings which could suck flame into structure

  • No torching to combustible surfaces

  • BUR - Kettle Safety (if not checked than N/A)

  • Propane tanks upright, in good condition and kept 10' from kettle & building

  • Kettle area flagged / barricaded

  • Proper temperature maintained. Ground man present and aware of temperature and flashpoint

  • Kettle lid closed when not being loaded

  • Other

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Sign Off

  • On site representative

  • Auditor's signature

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