Worksite (General)

Worksite (General)

  • 1. Does the site have a Vendor-Visitor's sign in log?

  • a. Is it available and kept in an accessible area?

  • Please note the time and date of the last entry:

  • 2. OSHA posters displayed in prominent location?

  • 3. Site emergency telephone numbers are posted?

4. Emergency evacuation routes:

  • a. Identified?

  • b. Posted?

  • c. Explained to employees and signed off (meeting form that will go to Safety and filed on site)?

5. Occupational Clinic:

  • a. Maps and directions are posted.

  • b. Account setup?

  • c. Introductory visit made?

  • 6. Local hospitals identified?

7. First Aid:

  • a. Does the job site have a stocked first aid kit? (All contents in date)

  • b. Are first aid kits easy to access for all site employees?

  • c. Are eye wash stations available and easily accessible on site?

8. Safety Data Sheets (SDS's):

  • a. Products inventoried?

  • b. SDS obtained for each product inventoried?

  • c. Accessible to all employees?

  • d. Hazardous communication program included?

  • e. Are all containers properly marked for contents? (No plastic fuel cans are allowed)

9. Fire Extinguishers:

  • a. Site has a paper or electronic log of all fire extinguishers?

  • b. Uniquely identified?

  • c. Each extinguisher is properly tagged?

  • d. Each extinguisher is inspected monthly?

  • e. All extinguishers are annually inspected/recharged?

  • f. Located in all job trailers, shops, storage trailers and at each fuel station?

10. Housekeeping:

  • a. Is the site clean?

  • b. Are there separate trash cans for normal waste and used oil/oil related trash?

  • c. Are there any trip hazards?

  • d. Connex or storage facilities are clean, organized, and well maintained?

  • e. Job office(s) are clean and organized?

  • f. Equipment cabs are clean and organized? (If not provide unit numbers in notes)

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