01.01 Policy & Objectives

  • · Does the plant managers promote a personnal safety vision with challenging objectives for the site?

  • Information

  • Good practice

02.02 Site Health & Safety Management System

  • · A H&S Manual (Division, BU or Site) is readily available and includes all essential policy and rules relating to the H&S of the processes on site.

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Site H&S Management Organisation & Responsibilities have been defined for all Key functions outlining what is expected of them in terms of their contribution to the management of H&S at the site.

  • Information

  • Good practice

02.04 Visible Felt Leadership (VFL)

02.04.01 Deployment

  • · Has the Site Management Team been trained to practice VFL interactions effectively?

  • Information

  • Good practice

03.01 Employee Involvement

  • · Are employees active in enhancing the health & safety of their working environment?

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Are employees freely engaging each other on safety issues (including unsafe behaviour)?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.01 Risk Management

  • · Is there a system to ensure a preventive risk assessment of the place & tasks to be done in the plant? Are these risk assessments used to prioritise actions to reduce risk exposure in the entity?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.03 Work at Height (WAH)

  • · Are WAH Permits to Work completed by a competent person (when required) ?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.04 PPE

  • · Based on risk assessment, complementary specific PPE are provided (gloves, ear protection)

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.06 Energy Isolation (EI) & LockOut TagOut TryOut (LOTOTO)

  • · Has everyone received basic training in the principles associated with effective LOTOTO practices?

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Is everyone provided with a personal lock?

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Has the EI training been developed to target various audiences on time in an effective way?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.07 Conveyors - Machinery

  • · Has a risk assessment been performed to prevent any ‘black spot’ exposure?

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Is there an effective training program for every employee or contractor prior to them being asked to work on or near a conveyor?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.09 Lifting & Rigging

  • · Is there suitable equipment available to ensure equipment can be lifted safely?

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Have people been suitably trained to plan and assess the risks associated with the lifting of equipment in order that it can be completed in a safe manner?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.11.01 Noise

  • · Have all the areas where noise is a hazard been identified? Is the relevant PPE provided where and when necessary?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.11.03 Hazardous Substances

  • · Are the people who need to use the hazardous substances aware of and trained for the risks they present and the control measures they need to adopt?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.11.04 Manual Handling (Ergonomics)

  • · Does the local policy recognise the hazards posed by manual handling, musculoskeletal disorders, and from use of vibratory tools?

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Is there evidence that supervision is applied to ensure that specific systems of work and good manual handling techniques are being followed?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.11.05 Health, others

  • - Heat exposure

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • - Lighting

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.12 Stock Pile Management

  • · Are procedures defined and communicated that limit and strictly control access to surge piles and stockpiles?

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Are procedures defined and communicated that prevent access to surge piles?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.13 Geotechnical Management

  • · Is there a geotechnical design document available, which defines the working method for the quarry faces? (this should account for:- direction / face heights / geological anomalies)

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.14 Electrical Installation

  • · Do employees and contractors appreciate the dangers associated with working on Electrical Equipment?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.16 Welfare Provision

  • · Are there rules for the prevention of inappropriate eating / drinking in the workplace?

  • Information

  • Good practice

04.17 Confined Spaces

  • · Is there evidence of permits to work being issued prior to a confined space entry?

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Have people been trained in their responsibilities during a confined space entry and are they aware of the risks and the method of control?

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Is suitable equipment readily available to enable the control measures specified by the related Risk Assessment to be deployed effectively?

  • Information

  • Good practice

07.01 HR Processes

07.01.03 Induction

  • · Is there a documented induction process established for any person visiting the site, regardless of status? (employee, contractor, visitor)

  • Information

  • Good practice

08.01 Communication

  • · Learning’s from audits / inspections and from internal / external incidents or injuries investigated are posted on noticeboards and discussed on site during regular meetings.

  • Information

  • Good practice

  • · Regular Exposure to SER or Fatality lessons through toolbox talks or briefings are organized on site, using Etex group publications or benchmarking data.

  • Information

  • Good practice

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