Section B - Health & Safety Checks
A point of work risk assessment should be carried out before completing any Landscaping work to ensure scheduled works can be carried out safely.
Correct PPE available? (For specialist PPE see site specific RAMS)
Tools & equipment checked? (PUWER regulations)
COSHH (Refuelling & Pesticides)
Safe environment to work? (Insect activity, wasps, injurious plants, rough terrain etc.)
Ground condition checked (Banks / slopes / uneven ground / sand / clay / boggy)
Public access to area? (Fencing, safety barriers, hazard tape etc?)
Flying objects? (Debris, stones, gravel)
Working on or near water?
Temperature and climate considerations e.g. Heat (sun, exhaust, etc.)
Wildlife (Damage to habitat. Disposal of small animals or bird carcasses?) Wildlife & countryside act 1981
Noise - ear protection: Mandatory 85db, advisory >85db
Excretions? (Avian, animal and rodent / human excretions)
Pollution? (Air pollution from exhaust)
Working at height or off ground?
Authorisation to start work?
Works Carrried Out
Section C - Works carried out
Tick as appropriate and provide details of works in comments box.
Grass cutting - amenity areas
Grass cutting - long grass
Grass cutting - wild flower areas
Hedge cutting (Not during bird nesting season)
Planting and establishment maintenance
Containers / shrub beds maintenance, pruning trees, shrubs
Herbicide spraying hard and soft areas
Vegetation cutting / strimming
Weed and vegetation control
Basic tree maintenance
Litter picking / leaf clearance / removal of arisings
Section D - Sustainability
Amey has a target to protect people the environment and make 2% Carbon savings per annum
Green Waste Produced?
Volume of green waste produced? (Number of tonne bags)
Details of disposal? (Green waste container, on site compost facilities, removed from site?)
Total travel time and distance if applicable
Additional Works Required
Section E - Additional works required
List any additional work that is needed (where applicable)
Tree inspection / survey(s)
Invasive & injurious weeds: invasive plants? (Japanese Knotweed / Giant Hogweed etc.)