Areas Visited / Employees Engaged

  • A brief description of the area(s) visited

  • Employees engaged at the visited area
  • Name of employee

  • Job title of employee

Observations. Positives / Good Practice

  • Consider - Leadership, employee engagement, machinery condition, visual management, PPE standards, LOTO, vehicle pedestrian interface, manual handling.

  • Brief explanation of noted positive / good practice

  • Picture of the positive / good practice

Observations. Opportunities for Improvement / Concern

  • Consider - Leadership, employee engagement, machinery condition, visual management, PPE standards, LOTO, vehicle pedestrian interface, manual handling

  • Brief explanation of the opportunity for improvement.

  • Image of the opportunity for improvement.

Dynamic Tasks

  • Are there any dynamic activities being undertaken during your tour?
    Look for engineering activities by JELD-WEN employees.

  • Has the engineer completed a dynamic assessment for the task?

  • Review the dynamic assessment and offer coaching where necessary. Thank the engineer for their assistance and effort.

  • Stop the task, call the area manager and engineering manager for the site.

  • Including any live dynamic assessments review a total of 5 including filed from previous tasks. Add comments below.

  • Giving one point for each satisfactory dynamic assessment review the five supplied.

Contractor Control

  • Are there any contractors shown on the contractor control board?

  • Are the RAMS, inductions and site control documents complete and available in the numbered pouch complete?

  • Is the location of the contractor noted on the site map?

  • Visit the location of the contractor and inspect their work against the RAMS, contractor handbook and legal compliance.

  • Are you satisfied that the contracted work is being completed safely? Allow for OFI's in your answer.

  • Any further comments or opportunities for improvement?

  • Are there any other contractors noted to be working on site during your tour?

  • Are their details available on the contractor control board?

  • Inspect the works and controls, look for any required permits to work. Is the work being carried out safely?

  • Stop the works immediately and call the host. If unknown call the engineering manager.


  • Score the stated elements, 5=Excellent, 4=Very Good, 3=Good, 2=Improvement Req'd, 1=Significant Improvement Req'd Add actions to each element as required.

  • Score the standard of housekeeping observed during the tour.

  • Safety Critical Equipment - Fire extinguishers, safety critical PPE i.e. harnesses, respiratory equipment, glass handling cut resistance.

  • Tools and Plant. Are they in a well kept condition and suitable for the task?

  • Materials - Stored correctly, designated locations used, no overstocking, safely stacked?

  • Waste Management - Bins not over flowing, waste segregated and bins marked with type?

  • Access and Egress - Are there clear routes by safe walkways - fire doors clear of obstruction?

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