Enter Project Name
Identify Reason for Customer Visit
Identify Method of Transport
Is the entrance to the site marked?
(The entrance way should be easy to locate from the street)
Is the driver easily directed to the dump point?
(The driver should be able to find their way to the dump point on site)
Does the site have established haul roads for trucks?
(Drivers should have a route to get to and from the dump point)
Are the haul roads in good condition?
(Haul roads should be level, compacted, bermed with adequate traffic control)
Is the dump point easily identified?
(Precise zone where material will be unloaded should be clear to the driver)
Is the area free of overhead power lines?
(Drivers are not permitted to dump within 6 meters of overhead lines)
Is the area around the dump point clear?
(Area surrounding dump points should have adequate clearance)
Is there a flagman / signaller available to direct trucks into position at the dump point?
(The flagman / signaller should be present if trucks are required to reverse into position)
Are the ground conditions at the dump point adequate for safe unloading of material?
(Ground conditions should be level, firm/compact)
Are the grade conditions at the dump locations adequate for safe unloading of material?
(Grade should be as minimal as possible)
Are the directions on the delivery ticket accurate?
(The driver should easily find the project site from the delivery instructions)
Are site conditions protected from changes in weather?
(Wet conditions can compromise ground stability making it unsafe for truck dumping)
Is the customer able to stockpile material?
(Some customers are service sensitive and use material as it is delivered)