• Conducted on

  • Description of Works:

  • Client/Site Contact:

  • Client Contact Number:

  • Prepared By:

  • Client / Site Address:

Job Site Analysis

  • Are there any special skills required of the installer to complete this job? Ie. Working at heights, licenses.<br>

  • What special skills are required?

  • Does the installer need any special equipment to complete the job? Ie. Respirators, Gloves, Ear Muffs, Welding Shield<br>

  • What special equipment is required?

  • Are we required to barricade any areas? Ie. Red cones, flags, tape, spotters

  • Please take note and photos of areas that need barricading and list requirements.

  • Is there any potential for environmental harm?

  • Please note concerns of environmental harm.

  • Is any machinery required for works to be completed?

  • What machinery is required?

  • Does the client need to clear any areas or access paths?

  • Please note and take photos of areas that need to be cleared.

  • Identify an emergency zone for workers to convene at. Please ensure all workers and subcontractors are aware.

Hazard Identification

  • Is there public access?

  • Please note and take photo of access issues.

  • Please note issues and take photos of area.

  • Are there any hazardous substances?

  • Please note and take photos of hazardous substances.

  • Is there good ventilation?

  • Please note ventilation issues.

  • Are there any sharp objects?

  • Please note and take photos of sharp objects.

  • Are there any hygiene issues?

  • Please note and take photo of hygiene issues.

  • Is any fall arrest equipment required?

  • Specify height in metres and what is required.

  • Are there any animals on site?

  • Do these animals pose and issue for installers?

  • Will there be any other contractors on site at time of installation?

  • Please specify.

The templates available in our Public Library have been created by our customers and employees to help get you started using SafetyCulture's solutions. The templates are intended to be used as hypothetical examples only and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice. You should seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of a template is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction. You should independently determine whether the template is suitable for your circumstances.