Items to be checked

  • No public safety hazards evident when entering site

  • Vehicle movement from site does not interfere with other road users

  • Site identification and safety signage in place

  • Site adequately fenced to prevent unauthorised access

  • Site office clearly marked and identified

  • First aid facilities in place with first aider nominated

  • Emergency procedures in place with evacuation plan displayed

  • General purpose fire extinguisher in place in site office

  • OHS policies, site rules and alerts displayed

  • Site induction register current and available for inspection

  • Incident/injury register current and available for inspection. Note: take note of any reported incidents since previous inspection

  • Have safety inspections been regularly conducted and are they available for inspection

  • Plant and equipment register is current and available for inspection

  • SWMS register current and available for inspection

  • Toolbox talks are being conducted with register available for inspection

  • Hazardous substances register available for inspection

  • Material safety data sheets are available for inspection

  • Plant reverse beepers / lights operational

  • Electrical hazards being managed with RCD's fitted to all switchboards

  • Trenching shored and barricaded where applicable

  • Spoil and rocks located at a safe distance from trenching operations

  • Environmental controls in place

  • Mud not being tracked off site onto external roads

  • Traffic management being adequately managed

  • Hi Vis clothing being worn by all workers

  • Hard hats being worn where applicable

  • How would you rate site conditions?

  • Penetrations and pits covered and secured

  • Reinforcing/starter bars and star pickets protected with caps

  • List any other identified issues

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