Audit

Step 2: Brief Description of Site Conditions/Work Environment

Step 3: HSEQ Engagement Discussion

Discuss the following:
Can you tell me about your job? What do you do?
What could go wrong? What are the greatest hazards you face?
Do you think we have these hazards under control?
Do you think there are any safety issues here that are not being dealt with adequately?
Do you think there is a better way of doing the task or are procedures adequate?
Any HSEQ initiatives?

Make notes on discussion or issues:

Step 4: Complete Site Walkover Checklist
Are workers wearing the correct Personal Protective Equipment?

Hearing Protection

Head Protection

Face/Eye Protection

Hand Protection

Foot Protection

Other PPE listed on SWMS

Body Mechanics and Positioning

Excessive Lifting, pushing, pulling or reaching

Moving around protruding and/or sharp objects

Mounting/dismounting using 3 points of contact

Positioned outside of ‘the line of fire’ of hazards

Hands or fingers in working close to pinch points

Working in awkward positions or overreaching

Work Environment/Area

Slip/Trip or fall hazards controlled or removed

Work area free of excess rubbish and debris

Work area delineated to restrict unauthorised entry

Appropriate signage erected around work area

Storage and disposal of material/chemicals

Interface with other activities/parties on site

Procedures

Personnel completed Take 6’s

Personnel trained in the tasks

Relevant SWMS available on the job

SWMS steps followed and signed

Tools and Equipment

Tool selection, condition & use

Equipment selection, condition and use

Equipment prestart inspection completed

RCD’s in place for electrical equipment

Quality Assurance

Equipment calibrated

Work conducted as per PCF’s

ITP’s completed

Step 5: Feedback session and Action Plan
Positive Behaviours/conditions Observed

At Risk Behaviours/Conditions Observed:

Corrective Actions
Action

By Who

By When

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.