PTA/DTA Audit

  • Is the PTA / DTA available at the work location?

  • Does the work line-up with the information contained on the PTA / DTA?

  • Are all permits present that are required for the work operation?

  • Does the PTA / DTA address the potential hazards of the work operation?

  • Does the PTA / DTA address the location specific potential hazards and control measures?

  • Are the required PPE specified on the PTA / DTA?

  • Are the required tools and equipment specified on the PTA / DTA?

  • Are the emergency response plan and/or contingency plan specified in the PTA / DTA?

  • Was the daily safety huddle signed by those performing the work?

  • Have the workers completed 'Stretch and Flex' prior to starting work? (Ask A Worker To Demonstrate One Stretch)

Project Documentation

  • Have tool, ladder, and equipment checklists been completed?

  • Is the PTA signed by the DIG Safety Manager?

Safety Observations

  • Housekeeping

  • Clear Walkways

  • Gang Boxes Organized

  • Fall Protection Properly Stored

  • Rigging Properly Stored

  • Storage and Labeling

  • Industrial Hygiene

  • Scrap and Debris Removed

  • Materials Properly Stacked

  • Fire Prevention and Protection

  • Approved Containers and Tanks

  • Flammable Liquid Storage

  • Hotwork Permit Issued

  • Hotwork Permit Stated In the PTA

  • Firewatch Has Clear Sight Of Work

  • Proper Fire Extinguisher For the Task

  • Cabinets and Storage Labeled

  • Portable Gas Tanks Labeled

  • Portable Gas Tanks Grounded

  • Signs, Signals, And Barricades

  • Danger Signs (Hazards Exist)

  • Danger Tape (Hazards Exist)

  • Caution Signs (Potential Hazards)

  • Caution Tape (Potential Hazards)

  • Traffic Logistic Plan Created

  • Directional Signs to Guide Traffic

  • Flaggers/Spotters Being Used

  • Proper Hand Signals

  • Barricades/Fencing Placed

  • Proper Signs Placed For Lead

  • Proper Signs Placed for Asbestos

  • Hands Tools and Equipment

  • Guards in Place

  • GFCI Being Used

  • Cords Properly Inspected

  • Defective Cords Tagged

  • Proper Tools For The Task At Hand

  • Defective Tools Tagged

  • Aerial Lift Procedures

  • Occupational and Environmental Controls

  • First AID/CPR Training

  • First AID Supplies

  • Water Provided

  • Proper Laser Use

  • Fumes Properly Ventilated

  • Properly Lifting Techniques

  • Proper Cell Phone Use

  • Concrete and Masonry

  • Protruding Steel Capped

  • Protruding Nails Removed

  • Proper Formwork Supports

  • Proper Shoring

  • Proper Cleanout Area

  • Water Controls

  • Welding and Cutting

  • Valve Caps In Place

  • Cylinders Up Right

  • Cylinders Properly Secured

  • Condition of Hoses and Caps

  • Cylinders Are Located A Safe Distance From Cutting Operations

  • Electrical

  • 5 Foot Candles Minimum

  • Temp Lighting Provided

  • Temp Lighting Guarded

  • Portable Generators Have GFCI

  • LOTO Procedures Being Followed

  • Scaffolds

  • Work Platforms Level

  • OSHA Boards Not Cracked

  • Handrail and Midrail

  • Baseplates In Proper Condition

  • Pins All In Place

  • Competent Person Inspection

  • Properly Tagged

  • Materials Not Exceeding Rating

  • Steel Erection

  • Guardrails In Place

  • Guardrails Tight

  • Proper Tie Off

  • Whistles and Air Horn Communications

  • Tie Off Points Exceed 5000 LBS

  • Engineered Drawings

  • Excavations and Trenching

  • Underground Action Plan Completed

  • Utilities Located/Marked

  • Hand Dig Utilities

  • Excavation Protected

  • Ladders Located Every 25 Feet

  • Air Monitor In Place

  • Basket Stretcher Available

  • Free Of Accumulating Water

  • Slopes

  • Trench Boxes

  • Trench Boxes Engineered

  • Ramps

  • Spoils Pile

  • Demolition

  • Cut and Cap Utilities

  • Utilities Marked and Tagged

  • Holes Protected

  • Chutes Angled and Barricaded

  • Fire Alarms In Bypass and Covered

  • Cranes

  • Operator Has License On Person

  • Crane Action Plan Completed and On Site

  • Qualified Assembly

  • Acceptable Ground Condition

  • Outriggers

  • Load Capacity

  • Rigging

  • Communication

  • Powerlines

  • Stairways and Ladders

  • 3 Points of Contact

  • Extension Ladders 3' Past The Landing

  • Safety Stickers Legible

  • Top 2 Steps of A-Frames

  • Cleats Intact

  • Free Of Oil and Grease

  • Proper Use

  • Defective Ladders Tagged Out Of Service

  • Motorized Equipment

  • Back Alarms Properly Working

  • Lights On and Working

  • Windshields

  • Seatbelts Being Worn At All Times

  • Operators License On Person

Environmental Impacts

  • Is there any work containing Asbestos? (If yes, please give detailed information on the monitoring and abatement process)

  • Is there any work containing Lead? (if yes, please give detailed information on the monitoring and abatement process)

  • Is there any work containing Silica? (if yes, please give detailed information on the monitoring and abatement process)

Checklists

  • PPE Inspection Form Of Workers on Site

  • Hard Hats ANSI Z89

  • Safety Glasses

  • Boots ANSI Z41

  • Harness

  • Lanyard

  • Respiratory

  • Hearing Protection

  • Gloves

  • Aerial Work Platform Inspection

  • Operating and Emergency Controls

  • Safety Devices and Designated Fall Protection Tie-Off Points

  • Air, Fuel, Hydraulic Lines

  • Cables and Wiring Harnesses

  • Tires and Wheels (Proper Inflation and Condition)

  • Equipment Welds (Check For Cracks)

  • Outriggers, Stabilizers, Extendable Axels and Other Relevant Components

  • Warning and Control Decals or Placards (Present and Legible)

  • Guardrail System, Safety Gates, Chains

  • Platform Condition (Platform Is Free Of Slip and Trip Hazards)

  • Operating and Safety Manuals

  • PPE

  • Daily Inspection of Trenches and Excavations

  • Weather

  • Temperature

  • Soil Type

  • Trench Depth

  • Trench Length

  • Trench Width

  • Excavations and protective systems inspected by qualified person daily before start of work

  • Qualified person has authority to remover workers from excavation immediately

  • Surface encumbrances supported or removed

  • Employees protected from loose rock or soil

  • Spoils, materials, and equipment set back a minimum of 2' from edge of excavation

  • Barriers provided at all remote excavations, wells, pits, shafts, etc

  • Walkways and bridges over excavations 4' or more equipped with guardrails

  • Employees prohibited from working on faces of sloped or benched excavations about other employees

  • Employees prohibited from working or walking under suspended loads

  • Warning system established and used when mobile equipment is operating near edge of excavation

  • Utility companies contacted and or utilities located

  • Exact location of utilities marked when near excavation

  • Underground installations protected, supported, or removed when excavation is open

  • Precautions taken to protect employees from accumulation of water

  • Water removal equipment monitored by qualified person

  • Surface water controlled or diverted

  • Inspection made after each rainstorm

  • Atmosphere rested when there is a possibility of oxygen deficiency or build up of hazardous gas

  • Oxygen content is between 19.5% and 21%

  • Ventilation provided to prevent flammable gas build up to 20% of LEL of the gas

  • Testing conducted to ensure that atmosphere remains safe

Ask the Foreman the Following Questions

  • Has the foreman completed the daily yellow card? If no, they must complete.

  • Has the foreman completed a green card for the day? If no complete the next question.

  • If the above is no, click the switch.

  • Observation By: (Foreman's Name)

  • Observation:

  • Contractor Observed:

  • Notes:

Overall Comments

  • Scope of work

  • Huddle Notes

  • Coaching Moments

  • PPE Notes

  • Additional Comments

  • Auditor Signature

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