SECTION 1 - NON OPERATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY DOCUMENTATION

1.1 Is there a copy of the Health and Safety policy statement displayed or held in the site file?

Please explain why:

1.2 Is there a copy of the Environment and Energy policy statement displayed or held in the site file?

Please explain why:

1.3 Is there a copy of the Quality policy statement displayed or held in the site file?

Please explain why:

1.4 Is there a copy of the Employees Liability Insurance certificate displayed or held in the site file?

Please explain why:

1.5 Have all employees been issued with the latest ISS Health & Safety handbook and tear out page been completed? (Clarification may need to be sought by the Regional Admin)

Please explain why:

1.6 Are all documents current and controlled copies?

Please explain why:

SECTION 2 - OPERATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY DOCUMENTATION

2.1 Has a site specific risk assessment (QREC13) been completed, does it identify significant risks and are suitable and sufficient control measures in to place?

2.1.1 Have all employees signed onto the risk assessment?

Please explain why:

Please explain:

2.1.2 Please take a picture of each page of the risk assessment including the signing sheet

2.2 Has the contents of the risk assessment been communicated to all employees and are they available for everyone to view?

Please explain why:

2.3 Are method statements available for the tasks to be carried out?

Please explain:

2.4 Can you ensure that employees training certification for the equipment being used is valid? (Clarification may need to be sought by the Regional Admin)

Please explain why:

2.5 Have daily inspections been carried out for all MEWP's if applicable and recorded on QREC 94?

Please explain why:

2.6 Have scaffold tower inspection sheets or 'scaff tags' been completed if applicable and recorded on QREC 54?

Please explain:

2.7 If the project requires a permit to work is one in place? This could include, hot work, roof work, confined spaces, rope access etc.

Please explain why:

SECTION 3 - SITE INDUCTION

3.1 Have ALL employees been inducted to site and has this been recorded on QREC 45?

Please explain why:

3.2 If toolbox talks have been carried out, have these been recorded on QREC 90?

Please explain why:

SECTION 4 - ACCIDENT REPORTING

4.1 Have you communicated to your team the accident / incident reporting procedure?

Please explain why:

4.2 Has an accident occurred on site?

4.2.1 Has this been reported directly to the Health and Safety Team?

Please explain why:

4.2.2 Have Witness & Supervisor accident statements been completed?

Please provide evidence

Please explain why:

4.3 Have there been any Near Hits / Hazards on site?

4.3.1 Have all Near Hits / Hazards been recorded within Near hit's site booklet and been dealt with appropriately?

Please explain why:

SECTION 5 - FIRST AID

5.1 Is there access to a suitably stocked First aid box?

Please explain why:

5.1.1 Do ALL sterile contents of the First aid box have a valid date?

Please explain why:

5.2 Are you or one of your team first aid trained?

Name of first aider on site

Name of first aider on site

5.2.1 Is the First aider identifiable either via first aider images, label on hard hat, badge or identified on Hi Vis Vest?

Please explain why:

5.3 Is there suitable first aid reference readily available on site? (St John Ambulance booklet or similar)

Please explain why:

5.4 Are the local emergency service details available in the event of an accident or incident occurring?

Please explain why:

SECTION 6 - HOUSEKEEPING

6.1 Is there a suitable storage facility for ISS Restoration's equipment? i.e. flight box, an agreed cupboard, store, container or as a last resort a van

Please explain why:

6.2 Is there a general tidiness on site? e.g cables routed safely, spillages dealt with immediately after they occur, good access routes, safe systems of work

Please explain why:

6.3 Is there sufficient lighting to carry out the tasks?

Please explain why:

6.4 Has debris / scrap / consumables been disposed of in a safe manner, separated and unlikely to cause anyone injury including non employees?

Please explain why:

SECTION 7 - COSHH

7.1 Are chemical being used on site?

7.1.1 What chemical are you using on site?

7.1.2 Are you able to access COSHH assessments for all chemicals used on site via your tablet?
(If not, please contact Tim Copp or Nigel Waddington on 01756 790907)

Please explain:

7.1.3 Are you able to access manufacturer's 16 point safety data sheets for all chemicals used on site via your tablet?
(If not, please contact Tim Copp or Nigel Waddington on 01756 790907)

Please explain:

7.1.4 Have all chemicals being used been approved by ISS Restoration?

Please explain:

7.1.5 Are all containers and spray bottles identified with labels stating contents
and dilution rates? (See COSHH assessment for further info)

Please explain:

7.1.6 Is appropriate PPE being worn when using chemicals? (See 'PPE' section in COSHH assessment for further info)

Please explain:

7.1.7 Are chemicals being stored and transported correctly?

Please explain:

7.1.11 Is signage being displayed relating to chemicals / slippery floors?

Please explain:

Flammables

7.1.8 Are flammables being stored correctly? e.g flammable cabinet, lockable storage facility or as a last resort securely stored and contained in the van

Please explain:

Waste chemicals

7.1.9 Are waste substances being suitably disposed of? (See 'Disposal arrangements' section in COSHH assessment for further info)

Please explain:

7.1.10 Are waste substances being suitably stored and clearly identified via signage?

Please explain:

SECTION 8 - PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

Identify PPE being worn on site

8.1 Has a variety of PPE available for specific tasks or for agency workers been provided and does it offer adequate protection for the tasks being undertaken?

Please explain:

8.2 Have all occasional employees / full timers been issued with a PPE bag and has this been been signed for. (Clarification may be required via the Workshop Supervisor)

Please explain:

8.3 Are all items of PPE available within the bag that have been signed?

Please explain:

8.4 Is there evidence that PPE is being worn?

Please explain:

8.5 Is the PPE in good condition and properly stored?

Please explain:

8.5.1 Is PPE "CE" marked & within validity dates? (Hard hats 5 years since commissioning & Respirator filters as specified by the manufacturer)

Please explain:

8.6 Are all employees suitably dressed for the task in ISS Restoration
provided work wear?

Please explain:

Are harnesses required?

8.7 Are Harness's being inspected by the user prior to use, recorded, and are they being worn & stored suitably?

Please explain:

8.8 Are Harness's within certification & no older than 5 years from date being put into service? (Clarification may be required via the Workshop Supervisor)

Please explain:

SECTION 9 - EQUIPMENT

9.1 Is there evidence that test equipment being used is calibrated? (Clarification may be required via Workshop Supervisor or other)

Please explain:

9.2 Are Residual Current Devices (RCD's) being used on equipment especially where being used in wet, humid and flooded environments?

Please explain:

9.3 Does the equipment clearly show a current portable appliance test & has it been carried out at intervals as per ISS Restoration's policy?

Please explain:

9.4 Has any equipment identified as being faulty been suitably dealt with by the Site Supervisor?

Please explain:

9.5 Is ALL equipment being used safely and as it was designed for? e.g hand held tools, access, etc.

Please explain:

9.5.1 Is all equipment free from defects and if applicable quarantined?

Please explain:

9.6 Is there evidence that equipment is being cleaned and stored
appropriately after use?

Please explain:

9.7 Are employees trained in the use of the equipment being used?
(Clarification may be required via National training matrix)

Please explain:

9.8 Is the lowest possible voltage being used where ever possible?

Please explain:

9.9 Has a suitable assessment been made of the electrical supply and
the consumption of electrical equipment being utilised for the project?

Please explain:

SECTION 10 - EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

10.1 Are all emergency exits clear of obstruction?

Please explain:

10.2 Are all employees aware of the nearest egress point in the event of
emergency?

Please explain:

10.3 Are all employees aware of the sound emitted indicating fire and are
familiar with the fire evacuation procedure?

Please explain:

10.4 Can ALL employees of ISS Restoration be accounted for whilst on site
either by signing in book, up to date timesheets or other means?

SECTION 11 - WELFARE

11.1 Is there an agreed suitable W/C on site for ISS Restoration employees?

Please explain:

11.2 Is the W/C being maintained / cleaned appropriately?

Please explain:

11.3 Is there a fresh water supply on site and facility to heat water?

Please explain:

11.4 Is there a clean area away from the workplace available for the
consumption of food and drink?

Please explain:

11.5 Is there an area that employees can "warm up" in cold conditions?

Please explain:

SECTION 12 - OTHER

12.1 Is the clients designated smoking policy / allocated area being adhered to?

Please explain:

12.2 Is H&S signage being used on site to advise on safety issues

Please explain:

12.3 Are areas of ISS Restoration's responsibility clearly separated from the
client's employees / members of the public where ever possible?

Please explain:

12.4 Are ISS Restoration's vehicles parked in agreed designated area?

Please explain:

12.5 Are vehicles secure and in a generally clean and well maintained
condition?

Please explain:

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Document Details:

Document Details:
Site Health and Safety Audit.
Document Created 1st Jan 2017.
Ver 1. Rev 1
Doc Author: Connor Richards
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.