Audit details and summary

  • This audit covers

  • Client

  • Site Address

  • Job no

  • Brief Description of Work/Materials involved with work

  • Current Level of approval prior to audit

  • Current Level of approval following audit

  • Acceptance of findings

  • Auditee

  • Auditor

pre - start Health & Safety Assessment

  • Training File (stored on tablet aswell as our system) : Checked items

  • Experience / Training of analyst

  • Is the Plan of work including the risk assessment (RA) on site and signed off by the PM?

  • Has the desk top study/pre contract review been adequete and the scope of works detailed correctly in the RAMs?

  • Is the RAMS the latest controlled version? please detail

  • Has the PM / Office issued all supporting documents for the works? ie specification , survey reports etc

  • Before start, all limitations accepted and understood, does the analyst fully understand what they are doing?

  • Has the analyst signed the RAMS on arrival?

  • Has the analyst correctly amended the risk assessment where required and if so are the required control measures in place?

  • Are safe access/egress routes available and are they free from trip and fall hazards?

  • If not; is the on site analyst / Surveyor reliant on other contractors for safe access? If so, is this safe and sufficient for the task?

  • Does the analyst / Surveyor have all necessary PPE / RPE and is it suitable being worn and used correctly?

  • Does the surveyor have the current HSEQ Manual and guidance documents?

  • Analyst have the appropriate type of RPE on site for the works / length of visual required? visuals >1hr require break and must leave enclsoure

  • Is the on site analyst wearing all appropriate clothing and have identification?

  • Did the analyst conduct themself appropriately on site including interaction with others?

  • Has all generated waste be packaged correctly and removed from site under the current regulations and guidance?

  • RPE complete with ID tag and box for storage present?

  • RPE inspection records complete and up to date?

  • Photograph of mask / masks if required

  • General knowledge about asbestos, asbestos types, health effects, control limits, RPE and mask APF reviewed?

Site Sampling - Air Monitoring Assessment

  • Type of air test witnessed on audit

  • Has the sample head been loaded correctly?

  • Has the set up and flow of the pump been adequete?

  • Has the analyst taken accurate temp and pressure readings where air samples have been collected?

  • Has the analyst accurately recorded the air sample details on the paperwork?

  • Was a field blank conducted on the site?

  • Is the lab location suitable i.e. clean, good seating and lighting.?

  • Has lab air test been completed in last seven days?

  • Is the analysts kit complete in line with the master kit list and calibrated / serviced equipment in date? Please detail or photograph equipment ID nos and cal due dates

  • All in good working order?

  • Is microscope set up correctly as described in the HSEQ Manual / Manufacturers instructions to achieve Kohler illumination?

  • Measured graticule checked?

  • Band 5 checked by analyst and visible? (Auditor to confirm)

  • Have slides been cleared and mounted suitably in accordance with our proceedures & HSG 248?

  • Are slides stored correctly in a slide box and information recorded on slide correctly, including slide box sticker?

  • Are slides stored correctly in a slide box and information recorded on slide correctly, including slide box sticker?

  • Aware that slide boxes must be returned to accredited office and not stored on site/car?

  • Is the analyst able to show / demonstrate how to calculate the fibre concentration and LOQ?

  • Does analyst understand how to use and record TWA personal monitoring?

  • General discussion regarding sampling strategies, different types of sampling answered correctly – re: HSG 248 Chapter 5? / current legislation /limits of detection and problem situations

  • Can the analyst explain the WHO counting rules and other potential issues with counting?

  • Is the analyst aware that they are ultimately responsible for ensuring that the kit which is in use is in date and fit for purpose

  • Is the analyst up to date on their monthly QCS?

  • Review of paperwork at QC stage; have any anomalies been identified?

  • Analyst aware how to name project paperwork , send to tracker and who to send the paperwork to as stated in the RAMS, ie client contractor etc

Visual Inspection

  • Has analyst carried out a review of the contractors risk assessment/scope of works and established if it has been complied with - Analyst aware how to proceed if this isn't available?

Visual Inspection

  • Has the analyst undertaken a visual inspection as requested by the project manager/client?

  • Was the visual inspection adequetly undertaken?

  • Were any remaining ACMS left behind left in a safe condition?

Vehicle Audit

  • Vehicle make , model and Reg no

  • Mileage

  • Last mileage of service if known

  • Do any warning signs appear when the engine is switched on?

  • Are there signs of smoking in the vehicle?

  • Condition of tyres satisfactory? Staff should have depth tread gauge in car

  • All items present?i.e Handbooks, policy details,tyre depth gauge and fuel card

  • Cleanliness of car

  • Vehicle check

  • Van check

  • General condition of vehicle

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