Preplanning

Preplanning

  • Daily safety plan done each day?

  • Stretching out every morning?

  • AWAIR manual/MSDS on site?

  • PPE

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • Safety Glasses worn by all employees?

  • Hard hats are being worn by all employees?

  • Gloves worn by all employees?

  • Hearing protection worn when required?

  • Respirator used when required?

  • PPE properly used and maintained?

  • High visibility vest worn?

  • Housekeeping

Housekeeping

  • Work area clean and clear?

  • Lunch area clean?

  • Trash barrel with lid in lunch areas?

  • Walkways kept free of obstacles?

  • Dust levels are acceptable?

  • Electrical

  • Monthly inspection on electrical panels?

  • GFI used when required?

  • Electrical panels labeled and covered?

  • Lockout/Tagout procedures followed when required?

  • Extension and equipment cords free from visible damage?

  • Do all cords have a grounded plug?

  • Fall Protection

Fall protection

  • Employees exposed to fall hazards tied off?

  • Tied off point can hold at least 5000 pounds?

  • Employees below protected from falling objects?

  • Power tools

Power tools

  • All guards in place?

  • Side handle in place (not removed)?

  • Cords in good condition?

  • Ladders

Ladders

  • Used in fully open position?

  • Free from defects?

  • No step at top two rungs of stepladder?

  • Secured to prevent slipping, sliding or falling?

  • Extended at least 3 feet above landing?

  • Ladder used properly?

  • Man Lifts

Lifts

  • Gate chains and swing gates closed?

  • Free from tripping hazards?

  • Tied off when required?

  • Operator standing on platform and not on railing?

  • Fire Protection

  • Flammable materials cleared out of work area?

  • Fire extinguishers located at all hot work?

  • Fire watch utilized when required?

  • Hot work permit filled out?

  • Proper PPE worn

  • Swing stage scaffold

Suspended scaffold

  • Checklist completed each day

  • Outriggers beams w/counterweights assembled to support the rated load of the hoist with a 4:1 safety factor

  • Parapet clamps or hooks (if needed) are mounted on parapet wall capable of carrying rated load of hoist with a 4:1 safety factor

  • Rigging secured against unintentional movement

  • Tie back cables installed at right angle to face of building without slack and to a structurally sound portion of building

  • Wire ropes free of kinks and flat spots. Bullet ends checked

  • Clamps, pins, bolts tightened or fastened securely

  • Proper fall protection used

  • Confined space

  • Atmospheric testing completed?

  • Permit completed and posted?

  • On-site rescue device provided (if needed)

  • Competent person on site?

  • Entering employees properly trained?

  • Lockout/Tagout procedures followed?

  • Attendant present when required?

  • Excavation

  • Competent person present?

  • Properly shored or shielded?

  • Materials stored at least 2ft away from trench?

  • Ladders provided every 25 ft?

  • Underground utilities marked?

  • Material handling

  • Proper lifting techniques followed?

  • Proper number of workers for each operation?

  • Fork Lifts

  • Daily inspection filled out?

  • Seat belts worn?

  • Load secured?

  • Vehicle inspection
  • Fire extinguisher in the vehicle?

  • First aid kit in the vehicle?

  • Other observations

  • Observation
  • Add media

  • Auditor

  • Foreman
  • Foreman

  • Project Manager
  • PM

  • General Contractor contact
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