• 1) Can everyone reach their place of work safely?
    ie. are gangways, passageways, passenger hoists, staircases, ladders, scaffolds etc. in good condition?

  • 2) Are there guard rails or is there equivalent protection to stop falls from open edges?
    ie. scaffolds, MEWPs, buildings, gangways, excavations etc.

  • 3) Are structures stable, adequately braced and not overloaded?

  • 4) Are any holes and openings securely guard railed or provided with an equivalent standard of protection?

  • 5) Are all working areas and walkways level and free from obstructions such as stored material and waste?

  • 6) Is the work subject to a WAH permit and is the necessary permit in place?

  • 7) Are collective safety measures in place and given preference to individual measures?

  • 8) Is the work covered by a suitable and sufficient risk assessment and method statement?

  • 9) Have the operatives been given an appropriate STARRT briefing for the task?

  • 10) Are thee suitable rescue procedures in place?

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