1.0 Risk Management

1.1 Has the workplace identified relevant processes to meet any specific requirements imposed by stakeholders (e.g. AureconHATCH) that dictates the risk management controls that must be adhered to when working on / with gridmesh flooring?

1.2 Risk management process for work activities taking place on gridmesh, includes controls to prevent items falling through the grating?

1.3 Are there controls in place to prevent access to areas or potential drop zones below the work area, barricades and signage, etc?

1.4 Have the personnel performing the work activities on gridmesh flooring been consulted about the work activities and required risk management controls?

1.5 Where work activities are being performed upon gridmesh grating, access is restricted to only personnel directly involved with the work?

1.6 Does the workplace have a procedure or process in place to inspect existing and newly installed gridmesh installations for correct figment, damage or modification?

1.7 Prior to installation of any gridmesh panels, physical site checks are performed to confirm the panels are of correct fitment size (e.g. Panels can not fall through any supporting structures due to size)?

1.8 During installation, any loose fitting gridmesh panels that may be capable of falling from/through the support structure is positively secured and immediate steps are taken to barricade/restrict personnel from accessing that area?

2.0 Training

2.0 Have workplace personnel been provided with appropriate information and/or training where required on managing risks when working upon or below gridmesh grating?

3.0 Corrective Action / Remedial Action(s)

Are there any corrective/remedial actions required to be raised as a result of this system assessment?

4.0 Sign Off
Person Conducting the System Assessement
Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.