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Interview Instructions

  • 1) Always be respectful to the interviewee. They are giving their time to participate in the auditing process.

    2) Profanity shall not be tolerated under any circumstances.

    3) Feel free to re-state questions as needed. The questions listed below are for suggestion only.

    4) It is up to the judgement of the interviewer to determine whether a response is considered to be positive or negative. Generally it is meant that a positive response speaks to the desired outcome of the question.

    5) The final results of the interview can be obtained through the analytics portal. This portal will display the average score for each question. This average score can then be used to complete the audit tool.

    6) Note that some questions are duplicated across several interview types, this must be accounted for when populating the final audit tool.

Interview Body

  • Interviewee:

  • 1.2.1 Has senior management identified a high level person to oversee the health and safety program and ensured that the individual has adequate training and experience?

  • 1.2.2 Do senior managers, middle manager, and supervisors have a clear awareness and understanding of their roles and responsibilities in managing health and safety at the workplace?

  • 1.2.3 Are supervisors monitoring the health and safety of all workers under their direct supervision? Are supervisors communicating known and foreseeable hazards as necessary to ensure safety?

  • 1.2.4 Are supervisors aware of the organization's process for ensuring compliance with the health and safety rules and regulations? Is the discipline process followed as outlined?

  • 1.2.5 Are senior managers measuring and evaluating the performance of the company's safety program?

  • 1.2.7 Have managers ensured that relevant health and safety regulations , industry safety codes of practice and safe work procedures are available to supervisors and workers and there is a system of ongoing communication and resources for workers?

  • 1.2.10 Does top management responsible for the overall safety program of the company meet with the workers at least annually and communicate why safety is important?

  • 2.1.2 Does the company have an MSD prevention program in place measuring and analyzing MSD duties with risk factors?

  • 2.3.1 Does the organization have a policy to identify risk factors and safe work practices with regard to driver safety?

  • 2.3.2 Does the driver safety policy outline procedures for evaluating driver competency and ongoing driver improvement?

  • 2.4.1 Has the organization developed safe work procedures for each type of mobile equipment in the workplace?

  • 2.4.4 Does the organization have safe work procedures in placefor pedestrians walking around mobile equipment?

  • 2.5.1 Does the company have a fall protection program to control fall hazards in the workplace?

  • 3.1.1 Does the organization have a formal process to recognize hazards and does the process include input from various managers, supervisors, and workers?

  • 3.1.3 Are hazard identification and risk assessments being conducted prior to the commencement of a job task or when there is a change in process impacting on safety?

  • 3.1.5 Is training provided to employees responsible for carrying out and reviewing the results of hazard identification and risk assessment?

  • 3.2.3 Does the organization have a process for the development of control measures? Are employees involved in the process?

  • 3.3.2 Are workers involved in the development, evaluation and revision of the safe work procedures and risk control measures?

  • 4.2.2 Does the organization have a process to ensure that workers are competent after receipt of training?

  • 4.2.3 Do supervisors clearly understand who is responsible to conduct orientations and training when it is required?

  • 4.2.4 Are members of the JHSC provided with appropriate training to be competent in carrying out their duties and responsibilities?

  • 5.1 Does the organization have a formal policy and procedure for conducting workplace inspections?

  • 5.5 Does the (inspection) system ensure that any deficiencies identified are corrected in a timely manner?

  • 5.6 Does the inspection program identify a training process for parties responsible for completing workplace inspections?

  • 5.8 Does the organization have a system in place for management to ensure that the inspection process is being effectively followed?

  • 6,4 Are all reported incidents investigated by the company?

  • 6.7 Are investigation being conducted using a team approach with the involvement and input of relevant personnel?

  • 6.8 Are supervisors and managers held responsible for the accident investigation process?

  • 7.3 Does the emergency preparedness policy identify the responsibilities and training of workers, managers and supervisors?

  • 7.4 Are the emergency preparedness procedures, equipment/supplies periodically tested and inspected for adequacy and effectiveness? Are the tests reviewed, evaluated to identify potential deficiencies and areas of improvement?

  • 8.3 Does the organization have a health and safety review plan to evaluate the effectiveness of the system and is senior management involved in the review? How well is the process implemented?

  • 8.4 Does the organization have a health and safety continuous improvement plan?

  • 9.1 Does the organization have a JHSC with clearly defined terms of reference?

  • 9.3 Are the JHSC meeting minutes, recorded, posted and communicated to employees?

  • 9.4 Do the JHSC committee members receive training as required?

  • 9.5 Does management support the recommendations put forth by the JHSC?

  • 10.2 Are contractors advised of all applicable worksite hazards and safe work procedures?

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