General project description

Safety planning

  • Is a Project Safety Plan on site?

  • Have all employees attended orientation and reviewed the PSP?

  • Are Task Safety Analyses conducted by each crew?


  • Are all employees using the proper PPE?

  • Is proper respiratory protection used?

  • Other PPE required beyond the standard head, eye, hand, and foot protection being used properly? List

Site conditions

  • Good housekeeping maintained in our work areas?

  • Walkways, exits, and stairs not blocked?

  • Access to fire suppression equipment?

Work at heights

  • Are employees working at heights properly protected?

  • Are fall protection systems selected, maintained, and used properly?

  • Are all scaffolds properly built and inspected?

  • Are ladders selected, maintained, and used properly?

Safe work practices

  • Hand and power tools properly used, maintained, and stored?

  • Electric tools and equipment in good condition? GFCIs used?

  • Proper fire prevention practices?

  • Safe equipment operations including equipment inspections and trained operators?

  • Manual material handling set up to minimize over exertion, awkward postures, repetitive stress and other ergonomic risks?

Hazardous materials

  • Are Safety Data Sheets available for all materials on site?

  • Are proper work practices followed around asbestos containing materials?

  • Are proper work practices followed around lead containing materials?

  • Proper work practices around other hazardous materials? List the other materials if applicable

Hazardous materials

  • Is asbestos being removed?

  • Class I removal?

  • Is a negative pressure enclosure built

  • Employees in proper PPE and PAPR?

  • Decon set up?

  • Class II removal?

  • Air sampling and paperwork correct

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