General information

Railway station

Personnel on site

Time cleaner or maintenance person arrived/was on-site
Work Site photo
Audit Items

Is there adequate instruction and information for staff?

Have risk assessments been written and the control measures made known to the staff?

Are risk assessments com5plied with?

Have method statements been written and the contents made known to the staff?

Are method statements being complied with?

Are plant, equipment and tools suitable for an electrified rail environment and in a safe condition and being used correctly?


Has plant and equipment been examined, tested, inspected, maintained and records kept?


Is access equipment in a safe condition and being used safely?


Is housekeeping to an acceptable standard?


Are hazardous substances being safely stored/used and are relevant risk assessments available to the staff?

Has the work activity been planned and carried out with regard to any environmental impact?

If required has an emergency HSE plan been written and available for the work being carried out?

Have appropriate steps been taken to ensure the safety of the public and commuters? Eg- signs posted, area barricaded etc.

Are there adequate first aid facilities available?

Are there arrangements for the safety coordination and cooperation of subcontractors or visitors?

Where required are corridor access requirements being complied with?

Additional comments

Audit scores

Please select the %age audit score as per the calculation shown above

Stop all work immediately make site safe and remove contractor from site

Instruct contractor on necessary changes required before any work can continue. Actions to be dated and person responsible noted below.

Successful Audit make notes below on any improvements/actions required

Congratulations on a fantastic audit score - note any comments or follow up below

Follow up action required

Auditor to sign
Subcontractor to sign
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.