Title Page

  • Site name

  • Conducted on

  • HSE auditor

  • Department name

  • Location
  • Number of workers

  • Company names on site

  • Scope of work on site

  • Risks identification

  • Have accident/incident/near miss happened in the previous months ?

  • Description


  • Is site security & induction audited?

  • Are site entrance providing adequate security?

  • Has the induction process been carried out? Is there evidence of that?

  • Has a site access control been in place with workers?

  • Have logs, service sheets, maintenance records been completed for the site?


  • Is risk assessment & control audited?

  • Has risks assessment been completed for the site?

  • Has environmental analysis been completed for the site?

  • Has HSE plan, permit to work, job safety analysis been applied as necessary?

  • Has the emergency procedure been documented (like for fire, poluant spill, accident)?

  • For tasks observed, has appropriate training been given and recorded?


  • Are contractors audited?

  • Are HSE plan or job safety analysis available? Is O&M control of contractor evidence available?

  • Have the contractors provided safe systems of work (i.e. risk assessments / method statements / HSE training certificates) for works being undertaken?

  • Have HSE requirements been identified in the O&M contract? Is it sufficient and adapted?


  • Is emergency prepardness audited?

  • Are fire extinguishers in place, easily accessible and signage appropriate?

  • Are fire exits clear from obstruction, doors in working order and identified and routes identified with running man signs?

  • Have emergency lighting been tested periodically and documented?

  • Is site evacuation plan available?

  • Are the first aid kit easily identified and visible, accessible, contents free from dust, complete and in date?

  • Are first aiders trained and identified?

  • Are the personnel trained to use the fire extinguishers?


  • Is the Greenyellow site rule notice board displayed at the entrance to the compound?

  • Is appropriate safety and information signage displayed and filled in as applicable (e.g. HSE law poster, fire action notice, no smoking, prohibition and hazard safety signs)?


  • Is COSHH audited?

  • Are oil tanks/barrels labelled and quantities identified?

  • Are all containers labelled and stored correctly?

  • Are there COSHH assessments for all hazardous chemicals or Safety Data Sheet (SDS) available on site?

  • Are spill kits sealed, tagged and located effectively and complete?

  • Are dangerous substances stored correctly and kept to a minimum?


  • Is housekeeping audited?

  • Are working areas free from unnecessary obstruction and trip hazards?

  • Have skips and bins been emptied, has waste been disposed of in the appropriate skip/bin?


  • Are the PPE audited?

  • Is PPE as identified in the site rules and being worn as appropriate?

  • Is PPE fit for use, in date and stored appropriately (including for visitors)?


  • Are tools and equipment audited?

  • No visual defects (electrical default, lack of protection for excavation, oil leakageā€¦) visible on site?

  • Are tools & equipment well maintained, unmodified and adequate for the job?

  • Are adapted protections present and sufficient for the tools & quipment?

  • Are appropriate statutory checks performed on tools & equipment?


  • Is work at height activities audited?

  • Are work at height training certificates present on site?

  • Are equipments checked according to the applicable regulation and are on register (ladders, safety line, anchor points, etc)?

  • Are work at height equipments adequate for job?

  • Are height access and egress adequate and safe?

  • Are PPE (harness, lanyards, helmet, adapted clothes, gloves, fall arrest system, etc) adapted and worn?

  • Are sufficient protections for the roof circulation (safety guard / safety line / safety nets / anchor points)?


  • Is manual handling audited?

  • Have workers been received training?

  • Are mechanical aids used where possible?

  • Is manual handling documented on Risk Assessments?

  • Are repetive tasks limited where possible?


  • Is electrical activities audited?

  • Are access and lighting (for those working on electrical equipment) sufficient and adapted?

  • Are persons using or working on electrical equipment trained?

  • Are the correct versions of drawings being used?

  • Are electrical safety inspections being conducted according to the regulation?

  • Has a key safe interlocking system been implemented?

  • Have RAMS (Risk Assessment/method statement) been produced for electrical work?

  • Are electrical safety signs displayed (danger of death, electrical risk, SF6 gaz, etc)?

  • Are instructions on the treatment of electric shock displayed?

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