SAFTEY, QUALITY & ENVIROMENT CHECKLIST

  • Have pre-start checks been carried out?
    (If no, carry out. If yes, remember to file or email to workshop manager of required)

  • Do personnel hold the relevant tickets and HSEP training?

    If no, DO NOT COMMENCE WORK until competent person(s) are available & staff trained

  • Are emergency contact numbers clearly displayed on vehicle?

    If no, provide alternate option (eg project info sheet)

  • Does the client need to be notified that staff are on site?

    If yes, text or email client before starting works

  • Is hire equipment to be used?

    If yes, ensure safe working procedure supplied by hirer is followed.

  • Is pedestrian and public access management required?

    If yes, refer to relevant HSEP for public safety management, do not proceed without appropriate barriers or signage

  • Are there underground services that may be impacted?

    If yes, DBYD must be completed prior to starting works to locate, and isolate

  • Are there overhead "No Go Zones" of services you may accidentally enter?

    If yes, ticketed spotter must be used and SWMS developed to limit approach

  • Is there a traffic management risk?

    Is yes, refer to traffic management plan which must have been developed prior to the job commencing

  • Is there emergency / SOS mobile phone coverage?

    If no, identify nearest coverage point and strategy to access in case of an emergency

  • Have environmental factors, ( eg weather,snakes, and insects) been assessed as relevant to the delivery of the task?

    Relevant factors must be assessed in the site specific hazard identification and controls

  • Have stretches and strengthening exercises been done?

    If no, refer to the procedure and carry out before starting work

  • Do you require additional risk controls for this site to the HSEP listed below?

    If yes add to this HSEP below

  • Core tasks for the day in sequence.

  • Applicable HSEP'S

SITE SPECIFIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROLS

  • Photo of the SITE SPECIFIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROLS SHEET.

  • The following to be signed by the work crew to confirm that the job and risk controls have been agreed to, and everyone has had the opportunity to contribute to the contents of the SITE SPECIFIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROLS

  • The following to be signed by the work crew to confirm that the job and risk controls have been agreed to, and everyone has had the opportunity to contribute to the contents of the SITE SPECIFIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROLS

  • The following to be signed by the work crew to confirm that the job and risk controls have been agreed to, and everyone has had the opportunity to contribute to the contents of the SITE SPECIFIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROLS

  • The following to be signed by the work crew to confirm that the job and risk controls have been agreed to, and everyone has had the opportunity to contribute to the contents of the SITE SPECIFIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROLS

  • The following to be signed by the work crew to confirm that the job and risk controls have been agreed to, and everyone has had the opportunity to contribute to the contents of the SITE SPECIFIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROLS

  • The following to be signed by the work crew to confirm that the job and risk controls have been agreed to, and everyone has had the opportunity to contribute to the contents of the SITE SPECIFIC HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROLS

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