All personnel wearing their PPE?

Decks and storage areas are free of debris and trash?

Flammable liquids are stored in an approved flammable storage locker?

Swing radius protection is in place?

Life rings with line and lights are available and in working condition?

Cable guards for spud wires on deck are in place?

Oxygen and acetylene are stored properly?

Rigging gear is stored properly and in serviceable condition?

Fire extinguishers are charged, available and inspected?

Spud winch gear guards are in place?

Fall protection equipment is available and in good working condition?

Non-potable water signs are posted in lunch room and washroom areas?

First aid kit available and stocked?

SDS book is available?

Boarding ladders are located on both sides of the dredge and in good serviceable condition, with handrails at least 36" above the deck surface?

Boarding ladders reach below the waterline for self rescue?

Snow shovels and ice melt or equivalent on hand during cold weather?

Hearing protection required signs posted in high noise areas?

Hearing protection available?

Stocked basket available and in serviceable condition?

Navigation lights operational and in the proper configuration?

Day shapes displayed and in the proper configuration?

Deck lights are operational?

Lights below deck and all work spaces are operational?

Lights on crane or excavator are operational for night work?

Marine radios monitoring channels 13 & 16 and the project channel?

Rescue skiff or tending vessel available onsite?

Spill kit stocked and accessible?

All entry and exits points above and below decks are not blocked and free of hazards?

All tools are in good working condition, with all manufacture's guards in place?

Emergency lighting where installed is operational?

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.