Position Details

  • What are the tasks and duties to be performed by the apprentice/trainee?

  • What plant or equipment will the apprentice/trainee be using?

  • What kind of environment will the Apprentice/ Trainee be working in?

Host commitment

  • Is the host organisation accredited to a safety management system?

  • Does the host organisation have a documented system for managing safety?

  • Has the host organisation appointed a senior manager who is responsible for making sure safety is managed properly?

  • Has the senior manager undergone any work health & safety training?

  • Does the host organisation have a written health & safety policy?

Procedures

  • Does the host organisation have hazard identification and risk assessment procedures?

  • Does the host organisation have written safe work procedures that reflect the way in which task should be done to ensure safety?

  • Does the host organisation have a lock out tag out procedure for repair, maintenance and cleaning?

  • Does the host organisation have a system to identify and manage risk when working on other sites?

  • Does the host organisation have a procedure to manage manual handling tasks?

  • Does the host organisation have a procedure to manage noise?

Induction, Training & Supervision

  • Does the host organisation have a formal induction process? (And will the AiGTS employee be inducted on the first day?)

  • Does the host organisation have a specific process in place for managing the safety of apprentices/trainees?

  • Does the host organisation provide ongoing information, training and supervision to ensure they perform the work safely?

  • Does the host organisation keep WH&S & other training records?

Injury Management

  • Does the host organisation ensure incidents are reported, investigated and actions taken to prevent a reoccurrence are followed up?
    (How is that done?)

  • Has the host organisation identified the most common causes of injury within the workplace? (How many last year?)

  • Does the host organisation have a formal (documented or well understood) process for reporting safety concerns?

  • Will the host organisation provide alternative duties for AiGTS employees who are injured at work?

Hazard Management

  • Does the host have hazardous substances clearly labelled and safely stored?

  • Does the host organisation have material safety data sheets for all substances used or stored at the worksite?

  • Does the host organisation have a test and tag schedule for all portable electrical equipment?
    (Is it up to date?)

Emergency Procedures & First Aid

  • Does the host organisation have emergency procedures for the workplace that reflects the type of emergencies they could encounter?

  • Have the host organisations workers been trained in what to do in an emergency?

  • Does the host organisation make periodic checks to ensure emergency exits are well signposted, easily opened and clear of obstacles?

  • Will all workers have access to adequate first aid facilities?

  • Does the host organisation have trained first aiders?

  • Does the workplace have adequate worker amenities?

Major Hazard Risk Assessments

  • List the hazard risk assessments completed.

Workshop/ Site walk through to verify information received & the following:

  • Safety signage in place?

  • House keeping is to a good standard?

  • Emergency exits are clear and signed?

  • Traffic management plan in place?

  • Fire fighting equipment in place?

  • Plant & equipment guarding and emergency stops in place?

Corrective Actions

  • List the corrective actions or recommendations arising from the assessment.

Supervisor Information

  • General requirements in the host supervisor information booklet have been discussed and understood. Reporting Incidents Supervision Hazardous work & licensing PPE requirements WH&S consultation schedule

  • AiGTS Representative

  • Host organisation Reprsentative

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