Field Level Risk Assessment

Pre-work Checklist

  • Did you review the Project/ Contract Risk Assessment?

  • Are all PPE to perform the task available?

  • Have tools, equipment and vehicles been inspected prior to use?

  • Did you attend the required training for this project?

  • Have all required permits been completed? (e.g. municipal, ground disturbance, confined space, hot work, environmental, etc.)

  • Are lock-out requirements in place?

  • Is a job-specific Emergency Response Plan in place?

  • Is there a rescue plan in place? (e.g. confined place, working at heights, etc.)

Work Description

  • Briefly describe your tasks for the shift.

  • List the hazards in your work area by tapping ADD HAZARD.

  • HAZARD
  • Type of Hazard

  • Specify the hazard.

  • Take photos of the hazard in your work area.

Risk Assessment

  • How likely is a person to be injured if exposed to the hazard? (Likelihood)

  • How bad would the most severe injury be if exposed to the hazard? (Consequences)

  • Risk rating (multiply the likelihood and consequence):

  • How did you control the hazard?

During Task Execution

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  • Were changes made to your current tasks?

  • List all changes made to your current tasks by tapping ADD TASK UPDATE.

  • TASK UPDATE
  • Briefly discuss the task update.

  • Specify the hazard associated with the task update.

  • Take photos of the hazard in your work area.

Risk Assessment

  • How likely is a person to be injured if exposed to the hazard? (Likelihood)

  • How bad would the most severe injury be if exposed to the hazard? (Consequences)

  • Risk rating (multiply the likelihood and consequence):

  • How did you control the hazard?

  • Were you given new tasks throughout the day?

  • List all new tasks to be done throughout the day by tapping ADD NEW TASK.

  • NEW TASK
  • Briefly discuss the new task.

  • Specify the hazard associated with the new task.

  • Take photos of the hazard in your work area.

Risk Assessment

  • How likely is a person to be injured if exposed to the hazard? (Likelihood)

  • How bad would the most severe injury be if exposed to the hazard? (Consequences)

  • Risk rating (multiply the likelihood and consequence):

  • How did you control the hazard?

  • Did new workers come on site?

  • Identify potential hazards by tapping ADD POTENTIAL HAZARD.

  • POTENTIAL HAZARD
  • Specify the potential hazard associated with new workers on site.

  • Take photos of the hazard in your work area.

Risk Assessment

  • How likely is a person to be injured if exposed to the hazard? (Likelihood)

  • How bad would the most severe injury be if exposed to the hazard? (Consequences)

  • Risk rating (multiply the likelihood and consequence):

  • How did you control the hazard?

  • Did job site conditions change?

  • List all changes in job site condition by tapping ADD JOB SITE UPDATE.

  • JOB SITE UPDATE
  • Briefly discuss the change in job site condition.

  • Specify the hazard associated with the change in job site condition.

  • Take photos of the hazard in your work area.

Risk Assessment

  • How likely is a person to be injured if exposed to the hazard? (Likelihood)

  • How bad would the most severe injury be if exposed to the hazard? (Consequences)

  • Risk rating (multiply the likelihood and consequence):

  • How did you control the hazard?

Completion

  • The job site has been secured. All safety controls/ overnight work signage are in place.

  • Full Name and Signature of Construction Worker

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