Contracts Manager

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First Impressions
Standard of hoarding and site signage?
How well is the interface with the neighbours and public being managed?
Standard site set up
Was the site secure to prevent unauthorised access?
Did you have to book in and were you issued with a visitors pass?
Are the statutory notices and other project information clearly displayed?
Were you accompanied during the visit or offered an induction?
Welfare Areas Standards
Security Standards
Management - are there evidence of the following management tasks being completed?
A review of the construction phase plan within the last month?
Monthly H&S meetings with the contractors?
Regular Toolbox Talks being carried out?
Is there a sufficient level of MAce management on site?
Is Yellow Jacket being used by the project team?
Material Logistics
The projects
DMS Compliance
Vertical Movements
Horizontal Movements
Housekeeping Standards
Storage Standards
OSS Usage
CAR's Compliance
Bin Areas
Waste Segregation
Plant and Material Management
The Leaner Team Standards
Are the fire points and the fire escape route signed and kept clear?
What is the level of access lighting around the site?
Is there adequate cable management for temporary electrics, etc?
What are the standards of PPE and levels of compliance?

List the observation exactly as it should be reported on Yellow Jacket. Good Practice is now known as 'satisfactory observations', issues are now known as 'unsatisfactory observations'. An unsatisfactory observation requires an action to be allocated to the relevant subcontractor and a responsible person within that organisation to be selected.
Please list a location for the issue (eg: loading bay, level 4 lift lobby, etc) within the summary.

Add an observation



Good Practice


Subcontractor Responsible

Employee the action should be allocated too (employed by above subcontractor)


Contract Manager's Signature
Supervisor's Signature
Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.