• Enter Site Address:
  • Enter Date and Time:

  • Step 1 - Initial Assessment - Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Is mobile plant required for the task safe to operate?

  • If the task involves the use of hazardous substances do you have the appropriate PPE?

  • Do you have Dial before you Dig Plans before commencing work?

  • Check for potential exposure to energy sources (eg heat, power, air, hydraulics etc) - is is safe to commence work?<br>Check for overhead power lines.

  • If the task involves excavation or trenching is it safe to commence work?

  • For task conducted at height is it safe?

  • Check prior to starting work if task interact with other plant/equipment, public or traffic - Is it safe to commence work?

  • When working near/in waterways, protected vegetation, sensitive residences or heritage sites confirm safe to commence work?

  • If you answer "No" to any of the questions above, you need to see your Supervisor to ensure a SWMS is developed prior to commencing work.

    If you answered "Yes" to all or "N/A" proceed to Step 2 - Hazard/Issue Check

  • Step 2 HAZARD/ISSUE CHECK

  • I have completed STEP 1, and the SWMS that I have signed onto covers the task I'm about to do?

  • I have attended a pre-start meeting today and have been briefed on the task?

  • I have attended head contractor site induction for this site? If no site induction must be completed prior to commencing work.

  • Appropriate Permits and Approvals are in place and I understand their conditions?

  • I am trained and competent to undertake this task?

  • I have the appropriate PPE to use for this task?

  • The work area is clean, tidy, has adequate lighting, waste bins and spill kits for the task?

  • There is safe access and egress to the work area?

  • Appropriate controls to work at height are in place?

  • I know what assistance I may need to lift materials?

  • Check weather conditions will not impact on the environment or quality of works of my task - is it safe to commence work?

  • Equipment for the task is tested/tagged and safe for use?

  • The controls in place are appropriate to protect others around me, the environment and the work itself.

  • Have you put out relevant safety signage & safety cones to ensure the site is safe for workers and public?

  • I feel it is safe to conduct the task?

  • If you answer "NO" to any of the above questions, then fix the hazard and/or inform your Supervisor immediately.

    If you have answered "YES" or "N/A" to all of the questions then proceed to commencing the works.

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