Audit

SITE SAFETY CHECK (done before starting job)
DUTY MANAGER - Designated Onsite Duty Manager is
FIRST AID - Our onsite designated Warden/First Aid Person is:

INDUCTION TAGS- Do all technicians have their ID Tags?

SIGNAGE - Have all technicians checked hazard board and updated any new hazards ticked off?

INSTRUCTION - Have all technicians read the job instructions?

HAZARD SIGNS/HAZARDCO PACK - Have hazard signs/board and the HazardCo Pack erected at entry point?

HAZARDS - Are there any visible and possible hazards that are going to directly affect our technicians onsite?

ACTION TAKEN - Has action been taken to minimise or eliminate the hazard? Explain

TIDY SITE - Are all technicians aware of designated area for equipment and rubbish? Rug out.

ELECTRICITY - Are all leads in good condition and have current tags? RCDS to be used

PPE - Is everyone on site using PPE, including staff and contractors?

Other than our direct staff, what other trades/people are on site?

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS;

Signature of Technician doing Health & Safety Check
Time Site Safe Check Completed

SITE INDUCTIONS
Time site visitor arrived onsite
Signature of site visitor confirming they have read this health and safety check.
Time site visitor left site
Signature of site visitor leaving site.
Time site visitor arrived onsite
Signature of site visitor confirming they have read this health and safety check.
Time site visitor left site
Signature of site visitor leaving site.
Time site visitor arrived onsite.
Signature of site visitor confirming they have read this health and safety check.
Time site visitor left site.
Signature of site visitor leaving site.
Time site visitor arrived onsite
Signature of site visitor confirming they have read this health and safety check.
Time site visitor left site.
Signature of site visitor leaving site.
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.