1.1 - Has the last inspection been reviewed?
1.2 - Are there no outstanding actions?
2.1 - Helmet is of high visibility colour? (day glo yellow or orange)
2.2 - Helmet has no signs of damage? (Cracks, signs of deterioration)
2.3 - Helmet issue date is within 2 years of current date? Helmet to be replaced 2 years after the issue date (if recorded) or in accordance with manufacturers specifications
2.4 - No hood or cap worn under the helmet? (Thin beanie above the ears is ok)
3.1 - Steel capped boots worn?
3.2 - If laces are fitted, they are securely tied at all times?
3.3 - Footwear provides foot and ankle support, traction and protection?
3.4 - Chainsaw operator - wearing footwear that provides protection from chainsaw cuts? (Bullie boots, Level 3 cut resistant boots)
4.1 - Class 5 hearing protection is worn when working around chainsaws or machinery? (Ear plugs/Ear muffs)
4.2 - Hygiene kits are in good condition? (No rips, tears etc?)
4.3 - No clothing or item being worn is interfering with the effectiveness of the hearing protection? (Hoodies/beanies)
5.1 - High visibility clothing is worn? (clean and visible?)
5.2 - Complies with NZ Forestry Guidelines? (AS/NZS 4602)
5.3 - Worn on outside of other clothing?
6.1 - Suitable eye protection available and worn? (visors/glasses)
7.1 - Gloves to be worn/available where there is potential for injury from Chemicals/Abrasions/Puncture and/or heat? (maintenance, sharpening chainsaw, breaking out)
7.2 - Gloves suitable for task?
8.1 - Workers using a chainsaw have protective leg wear? (Chaps/Chainsaw Trousers)
8.2 - Condition of leg wear? (No rips, tears or damage to inner layer)
8.3 - All straps are done up?
8.4 - Leggings or other leg protection worn by breaker outs?
9.1 - Wet weather clothing suitable for task is available?
9.2 - Wet weather clothing meets high visibility standards?