• Toolbox Leader

  • Conducted on

  • Location
  • NorSea Group Attendees

  • Other Attendees (Name, Role and Company)

Activity Overview

  • Provide a basic overview of the lifting operation

  • Maximum weight to be lifted during the planned scope of work?

Job Introduction, Plan and Methods

  • Work party are all present and accounted for

  • Workforce engaged in a discussion on the proposed task

  • Workforce advised on PPE requirements

Hazard Identification

  • Slips, trips and falls

  • Manual Handling

  • Falling Objects

  • Workplace Traffic

  • Entrapment

  • Adverse Weather

  • Crushing

  • Visibility of the load(s)

  • Members of the public

  • Simultaneous Operations

  • Nearby Structures

  • Language barriers and communication issues

  • Other (specify)

  • Details of other hazards

Lifting Operation

  • Are all work party aware of the nominated banksman for the operation

  • Has radio communication been function tested

  • Are suitable barriers around work area in place

  • Discuss the position of personnel in relation to lift and escape routes.

  • Discuss the environmental conditions that might impact on the operation

Crane Configuration

  • Discuss crane configuration with crane operator

  • Discuss lifting accessories to be used.

  • Has certs for all equipment and accessories been verified

  • Has the SWL of all equipment and accessories been verified against the weight of the load(s)

Workforce Participation

  • Confirm understanding of the scope of work with all members of the workparty

  • Invite workparty questions on the planned scope of work

  • Work Party Comments

Work Party Signatures

  • Add signature

  • Add signature

  • Add signature

  • Add signature

  • Add signature

  • Add signature

  • Add signature

  • Add signature

  • Add signature

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