Audit

1. Documentation

Is the JSEA reviewed and signed

Are the JSEA requirements adhered to

JSEA reviewed and signed

Has a Starrt card been completed

Pre-Start Conducted and records kept

Hazardous Substance MSDS available

Emergency Drills conducted as per schedule

Training matrix on board and current

Are Permit to work process (hot work, confined space, work at heights, man lift) being followed

Safety Management System Documentation on board

Records of vessel inductions/visitor register

Lifting register on board and up to date

Handover process for masters in place and effective

2. PPE

Use of Lifejackets

Are personnel wearing the correct approved PPE

3. Site Conditions

Access and Egress on Vessels

Barricading Appropriate - including information tags attached

Signage Appropriate

Housekeeping at Acceptable standard. Redundant material & rubbish material

Crib Hut & Ablutions clean/serviced

Clear access to emergency services equipment

Hazardous Substances used and stored as per MSDS

4. Tools & Equipment

Electrical Equipment current tag, in good condition, used correctly &

Rigging Equipment in good order, used correctly & safely

Rigging Equipment current inspection tag/identification

Equipment isolated as per procedure - Isolation tags and locks in use

Mobile Equipment in good order - Vehicle/Plant Housekeeping

Housekeeping of tools and equipment

5. Hot Work

Gas cylinders stored upright & secured - Flashback arrestors on both ends

Flammable material (rags, paper, timber, etc) removed from work area

Sparks adequately encapsulated - Welding screens used where appropriate

6. General

Check for visible leaks, hoses and couplings

Personal Awareness of Environment aspects of the project

Supervisors active on safety

Safe Work Method statements being adhered to

Fire extinguisher tested and tagged

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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.