• Materials stacked safely and correctly

  • Defined lay down areas clean and tidy

  • Signage erected to identify hazardous storage and disposal areas

  • Signs and barricading erected and maintained around hazard areas

  • Hard barricading erected and maintained around potential fall areas

  • Barricading complies with site requirements

  • Sharp objects capped i.e. star pickets, reo bar etc

  • High housekeeping standards maintained

  • Bin locations prominent, adequate and emptied regularly

  • Access and egress points clear of obstruction

  • Access to elevated work areas complies with site requirements

  • Handrails installed on ramps and stairs etc.

  • Sharp edges are covered on walkways and access ways

  • Ladders are secured, 1 to 4 metre lean, the ladder projects 1 metre above the platform

  • Areas delineated for vehicle parking/reverse parking

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