Job Site Requirements

Job Site Requirements

  • Construction Site Sinage

  • Contact numbers

  • MSDS Sheets

  • First Aid Kit

  • Fire Extinguisher

  • Emergency Plan

  • Communication Device

  • Excavation permit/Utility locate

  • Public Protection

  • Workplace Safety & Health Act & Registration

Hazard Inpection

Inspection

People

  • Unsafe acts

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Unsafe work procedures

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Improper tool use

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Improper equipment use

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Add signature

  • Not using PPE

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Not Following Safety Rules

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Operator Authorization

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

Equipment

  • Ladders

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Heavy machinery

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Power tools

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Adequate supply of PPE

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Fire Extinguisher

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Electrical

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

Materials

  • Housekeeping

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Controlled products

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • MSDS Sheets

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Storage / Stacking

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Rough Edges

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Heavy materials

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Safety manual

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

Environment

  • Noise

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Ventilation

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Lighting

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Temperature

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Ice / snow

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Slip / trip hazards

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

  • Fall hazards

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

Additional Hazards

  • Hazard Assessment

  • Hazard
  • Hazard

  • Severity

  • Probability

  • Control

  • Resolved

Manager Interview

Management Interview

  • 1.7 What are your health and safety responsibilities at this company?

  • 1.9 In your own words, what does the safety policy say?

  • 2.1 Are hazards Identified before work starts?

  • 2.2 How are hazards reassessed as the job progresses?

  • 2.3 Who is involved in doing hazard assessments?

  • 2.11 How is management involved in the process?

  • 3.4; 4.5 Where are safe work practices and safe job procedures kept?

  • 4.6 Who is involved in the creation and review of safe job procedures?

  • 5.2 Are company rules posted or given out to employees?

  • 5.5 What happens if somebody breaks the company rules?

  • 6.2 How are employees made aware of PPE requirements?

  • 6.4 How do you ensure specialized PPE is available to workers?

  • 6.8 How do you determine what PPE is required?

  • 7.2 Who is responsible to ensure tool and equipment maintenance meets manufactures' and regulatory requirements?

  • 7.5; 14.3.2 Is there a system in place for removing broken or defective tools or equipment from service?

  • 8.2 Does each employee receive a new hire orientation? At each site?

  • 8.7 Do you verify employee training for specific jobs? Who conducts the training?

  • 8.5 Do you verify employee training or competency for assigned for assigned tasks? How?

  • 8.9 Have you had any training in workplace inspections and your safety and health responsibilities?

  • 8.10 Was there a test involved to measure knowledge?

  • 8.12 How often does senior management attend health and safety meetings

  • 9.5 How often do you conduct inspections.

  • 9.8 Are all identified deficiencies corrected within a reasonable time?

  • 9.9 Is senior management kept current on inspection results?

  • 9.10 How are inspection results communicated to employees?

  • 10.2 What is the process for incident/accident investigations? (Minor vs. Serious Investigations)

  • 10.5 Have you been trained in doing investigations?

  • 10.7 Are near misses recorded?

  • 10.8 Are recommendations/controls made in a timely manner?

  • 10.9 How are the results of investigations communicated to workers?

  • 11.2 Describe your role and responsibilities in respect to emergency preparedness?

  • 11.7 During an emergency, how would you contact appropriate personnel?

  • 11.9 Are the required number of first aiders on the job site?

  • 11.10 If someone gets injured how would you transport them to a medical facility?

  • 12.8 Describe how you communicate and implement your audit corrective action plan.

  • 13.2 How legislation affect your job planning?

  • 13.3 What are your legislated rights; duties and responsibilities?

  • 13.4 What types of incidents need to be reported? To who?

  • 14.5.4 Name the three main components of WHIMIS?

  • 14.6.1 What is the procedure for checking operator training and certification?

  • 14.10.1 What are your responsibilities with respect to prime contractors?

Safety Rep Interview

Safety Rep Interview

  • 13.3 Has anyone explained the legal duties and responsibilities of Safety Committee or Worker Safety Rep to you?

  • 14.1.2 Tell me briefly what you legal duties and responsibilities are.

  • 13.1 Where are copies of WSH Legislation and Regulations on this site?

  • 1.6 Where can I find a copy of the company safety policy?

  • 1.9 In your own words, tell me what the safety policy says?

  • 1.7 What are some of your health and safety responsibilities in this company

  • 8.11; 8.12 How often do you or the Safety and Health Committee have formal safety meetings with management?

  • 14.1.5 Are minutes from these meetings recorded and posted?

  • 14.1.3 Are you or any member of the Safety and Health Committee ever called upon to participate in the investigation or solution of safety problems in the workplace?

  • 5.3 How do you demonstrate support for you company's safety rules?

  • 2.2 How are hazards reassessed as the job progresses?

  • 2.3 Are you or any of the Safety and Health Committee involved in doing hazard assessments?

  • 2.9 How are workers involved with or informed of hazard controls?

  • 14.2.1 Is hearing protection training conducted?

  • 6.7 Is PPE training provided to workers? Who does the training?

  • 6.8 Prior to purchasing or implementing PPE are you or any member of the Safety and Health Committee consulted?

  • 3.6; 4.6 Have you or the Safety & Health Committee ever been consulted concerning the development or review of safe work practices/procedures?

  • 3.5 In your opinion, do workers follow safe work practices/procedures?

  • 7.6; 14.3.2 Is the company lockout/tagout procedure being followed?

  • 9.6; 14.1.3 Are you or any member of the safety and health committee actively involved in the inspection process?

  • 9.8 Are deficiencies noted during an inspection usually corrected within a reasonable time period?

  • 9.10 How are inspection reports communicated to employees?

  • 10.4 What is the process for reporting an incident?

  • 10.7 How often are near misses being reported?

  • 10.2; 10.8; 10.9 After an incident occurs and an investigation takes place, what generally happens with the recommendations that are made?

  • 14.4.2 What is the company's policy on working alone? is it followed?

Employee Interview

Employee Interview

  • 1.6 Where would you find a copy of the safety policy?

  • 1.9 In your own words, what does the policy say?

  • 1.7 What are your safety responsibilities?

  • 2.1 Are hazards identified before work starts?

  • 2.2 How are hazards reassessed as the job progresses?

  • 2.3 Who is involved in doing hazard assessments?

  • 2.9 how are you informed of potential hazards and controls?

  • 3.3 Give me an example of a safe work practice for this site?

  • 3.4 Where can I find a copy of safe work practices on this site?

  • 3.5 Do you follow safe work practices regularly?

  • 3.6 Have you or other workers been involved in the development of safe work practices?

  • 4.1, 4.3, 4.4 Are there any specific safe job procedures available for the jobs you do? Give an example.

  • 4.5 Where can I find a copy of a safe job procedure on this site?

  • 4.6 have you or other workers been involved in the development of safe job procedures?

  • 5.2, 5.3 Are company rules posted or given out to all employees? Give an example.

  • 5.5 What happens if someone breaks the company rules?

  • 6.2 How were you made aware of the PPE requirements for this site?

  • 6.3 Do you have access to basic PPE?

  • 6.4 Is specialized PPE available to you if required? Give an example.

  • 6.7 Do you get training on specialized PPE when needed? By who?

  • 7.5, 14.3.2 Is there a system in place for removing broken or defective tools or equipment from service? What is it?

  • 7.6 Is it followed consistently?

  • 7.7 Who does the repairs or maintenance on equipment or tools?

  • 7.2 Generally speaking, how are tools/equipment maintained on this site?

  • 8.2 Did you get an orientation when you started here or when the safety program was introduced? How about on this site?

  • 8.7 Do you get training on specific jobs when it is needed?

  • 8.11; 8.12 How often does your company hold scheduled safety meetings? Who attends?

  • 8.14 Are your comments and the comments of others invited and listened to?

  • 9.6 Are you or any other employees involved in the inspection process?

  • 9.8 Are all identified hazards corrected within a reasonable time?

  • 9.10 Are Inspection results posted or discussed at safety meetings?

  • 10.2 Are you aware of any process for incident investigation?

  • 10.4 What is the process for reporting an incident?

  • 10.7 Do you report near misses?

  • 10.8 After an incident, are recommended controls made in a timely manner?

  • 10.9 How are you made aware of the results of an incident investigation?

  • 11.2 Have you been trained in emergency preparedness/response?

  • 11.7 in case of an emergency, how would you contact the appropriate people?

  • 11.9 Is anyone on this site trained in first aid?

  • 13.1 Are there copies of the Legislation and Regulations on this site? Where?

  • 13.3 What are your Legislated rights and responsibilities?

  • 14.1.1 Who is your Worker Safety Rep on this site?

  • 14.1.3 Who is involved in hazard identification, communication and control on your worksites?

  • 14.1.5 Where can I find a copy of any Safety Committee minutes?

  • 14.2.2 Have you received hearing protection training?

  • 14.4.2 What is the procedure for working alone?

  • 14.5.4 What are the three basic components of WHIMIS?

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