• JP Inspection Report

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel


  • Site safety staff attend required meetings

  • TBT is carried out and record is available

  • Safety personnel present at site

  • Sufficient coverage of safety personnel

  • Unsafe condition / act report

  • Permits and JSA are valid


  • Individual cylinder storage- upright/secured

  • Placed in safe location / away from traffic

  • Proper manual handling

  • Proper separation of oxygen/fuel gas

  • Leak test liquid available and used daily

  • Caps replaced when not in use


  • Emergency number is made known to all?

  • Workers know where the First Aid Room is

  • Evacuation route kept clear

  • Workers know what to do when alarms sounds

  • Workers understand the various alarms

  • First Aid Kit available at site


  • Are the operators trained?

  • Daily Pre-Inspection

  • Barricade in place

  • Vehicle Stability, operated from level firm ground (outrigger, pads etc.)

  • Good positioning of vehicle

  • Good housekeeping in bucket/ platform

  • Tool lanyards used

  • Workers do not use equipment as a means of access/ egress

  • Lower over-ride control operational/ practiced

  • Minimum of two men in basket

  • Boom retracted & lowered when driving


  • Workers understand WAH Procedure & 100% tie-off

  • Harness, Lanyards, Shock absorbers in good condition, inspected & color coded.

  • Workers wearing harness & lanyards properly

  • All surfaces have complete guardrails (handrail, midrails & toeboards/ permanent handrails)

  • Scaffolds/ work platforms not overloaded or with loose objects ?

  • Potential drop zones under work area barricaded to protect personnel from falling objects.

  • Tools & materials securely tied off

  • Life lines installed correctly and have current tag

  • Tripping hazards identified


  • Erect /dismantle by competent persons

  • Scaffold properly inspected / tagged

  • Workers understand Red Tag / Green tag system<br>

  • Platform free of debris

  • Scaffolds not undermined by excavations

  • Guardrails and toeboards in place

  • Material in good condition - no damage

  • Mobile scaffold use - stationary / no riders

  • Scaffolds checked after adverse weather

  • Base plates on solid ground

  • Scaffolds clamps capped on work platforms

  • Complete decking is provided whenever possible & is of scaffold grade material, no wooden decking

  • Scaffolds are free of defects & built per specifications

  • Scaffold boards are secured


  • Shelter/ shaded area available

  • Drinking water readily available at work location

  • Frequent water consumption encouraged

  • Respiratory Protection Program in place

  • Standing water removed from site asap


  • Toilets clean and maintained regularly

  • Hand washing areas clean

  • Sufficient space for eating and resting

  • Hand washing facilities provided at eating areas

  • Vector control in place

  • Eating areas are clean & sanitary

  • Food waste stored in covered bins & removed on a daily basis


  • Banksmen for tele porters / forklift control

  • Seat belt use enforced

  • Tires, lights, etc. - maintained

  • Banksmen for truck reversing

  • Chocks used on trailers

  • Traffic regulations/speed limit enforced

  • Drivers give way to pedestrian traffic

  • No gaps / damaged boards in trailer bed


  • Operator qualified/certified

  • Regular inspection and maintenance

  • Blade/bucket lowered when not in use

  • Barricades around all swing radius

  • Back up alarm provided on all equipment

  • Signalman / Banksman in place and competent

  • Engine off when refueling


  • Site layout planned

  • Site access/egress provided and marked

  • Access provided over or around excavated areas, like trenches

  • General organization- areas clean, tool rooms, storage etc.

  • Walkways & passageways clear & free of tripping hazards.

  • Delivered materials used within 3 days/ Unused material removed from site

  • Hard Barricades provided where necessary, barricade tape used properly, one shift only

  • Electrical cords, hoses, welding leads, etc. elevated to prevent trip hazards.

  • Scrap material/ timber free of protruding nails or other puncture hazards.

  • Elevated areas maintained clear of debris, materials, tools etc.

  • Scrap or trash containers available & emptied regularly.

  • Butt cans free of combustible material & emptied routinely.

  • No litter found in the area


  • Ladders inspected before use

  • Correct Ladder design and use for task

  • Secured at top and/or base

  • Side rails extend 1m above top of platform

  • No standing on top three steps of step ladder

  • Ramps provided with handrail

  • Stairways properly built

  • Ladders not used as work platforms


  • Proper manual material handling

  • Material handling equipment is used to handle/ move material where possible.

  • Material handling equipment is labeled to identify load capacity.

  • Employee use gloves to protect hands when handling materials


  • Signalman only giving instructions to crane

  • Lift path/swing radius barriers in place

  • Safety latches (hooks)

  • Condition of wire ropes, slings, chains

  • Condition of shackles - no makeshift devices

  • Proper use of outriggers/supports

  • Taglines used and load well controlled

  • Inspection and maintenance-daily/monthly

  • Counterweight swing radius barricaded

  • Correct shackles for nylon slings used

  • Lift supervisor plans each lift properly

  • Crane trucks only used for unloading to ground

  • Assembly/ Disassembly Supervisor is competent & Qualified

  • Crane Assembly/ Disassembly Form signed off as required

  • Documented Pre-Lift Meeting is held

  • Operator/ Rigger/ Flagman are qualified

  • Crane outriggers fully extended & mats in use

  • Slings formally inspected quarterly & recorded

  • Rigger Gear (Plate Clamps, Lifting Beams, etc) marked with SWL

  • Load directed safely (does not pass over anyone)

  • Loads safely landed & blocked

  • Load charts are posted & utilized & operators manuals are available

  • Operator determines weight of load prior to performing lift


  • Head protection with chin strap

  • Eye protection - Mandatory

  • Eye protection worn for welding / grinding / chipping etc)

  • Foot protection

  • Hearing protection

  • Hand protection - Mandatory

  • Hand protection worn while handling sharps materials / chemicals / hot / etc

  • Respiratory protection

  • Proper clothing

  • Life Jacket used

  • Workers near heavy equipment operations wear high visibility reflective safety vests.


  • Correct voltage

  • Properly grounded

  • Properly guarded at all times

  • Condition of plug and leads

  • Inspection and maintenance - daily/monthly

  • Correct disc/speed/size/type

  • Power disconnected when cleaning or maintenance

  • No damage to electric leads


  • Correct tools for job & good condition

  • Correct use of tools

  • No makeshift / homemade tools

  • Workers understand the way to use the tool

  • Correct postion to use the tool safely

  • No banned tools in use or in tool boxes


  • Pressure valves and mufflers

  • Air pressure gauge in working order

  • Hoses and connections good condition

  • Hard barricade provided with signs

  • Daily check sheet complete and signed by competent person

  • Whip lines utilised

  • Name of responsible person clearly visible


  • Adequate fire extinguishers for hazards

  • Proper type and location

  • Fire watchers trained

  • Fire watches at correct locations

  • Inspection and maintenance - monthly

  • Fire extinguisher use reported


  • Mandatory eye protection used

  • Gauges removed during relocation

  • Condition of hoses

  • Correct respiratory protection used

  • Shields / spark catchers installed

  • Grounding - close to work station

  • Cable condition/Rollup

  • Equipment off when not in use<br>

  • Machine frame grounded

  • Anti-Flash back arrestors - torch/gauge

  • Fire extinguisher immediately available & operable

  • Cables, cords, & hoses are elevated or protected to prevent tripping hazards

  • Compressed gas cylinders are labeled & stamped with current hydrostatic test date

  • Compressed gas cylinders are stored in purpose racks & valves capped

  • Regulator gauges are attached & in good condition

  • Compressed gas cylinder valves are turned off when not in use

  • Strikers are use to light torches

  • Welding rods are stored/ rod stubs placed in a container to prevent a tripping hazard

  • Compressed gas cylinders located outside of closed areas/ not exposed to slag or sparks


  • Distribution panel locked

  • All cables are elevated at least 2m<br>

  • Plugboards must have covers

  • Warning signs posted/enforced

  • Distribution Panel with name of person responsible.<br>

  • Barricades and signs correctly placed

  • Inspection by LEW

  • Outlets, receptacles, junction boxes are approved & maintained

  • Where electrical cables are suspended or secured, they are done so by using non-conducting materials

  • Temporary lighting installed as required using approved materials


  • Effective work force control (crime, violence, assault etc)

  • Effective control of tools & equipment (loss prevention)

  • Effective investigation of loss

  • Controlled access (gates & perimeter)

  • Enforcement of restricted areas

  • Control of transportation

  • Emergency response coordination

  • Evacuation drill conducted

  • Monitoring/ control of lightning shelters


  • 1:25 ratio of HSE reps/ workers

  • Pre-job briefing to discuss night work expectations

  • High visibility retro-reflective safety apparel in use

  • High visibility retro-reflective signs used

  • Required lighting is provided for the work being performed

  • Lighting provided for all operations (no exceptions)

  • Work sites illuminated

  • Permanent lighting (Halogen) installed/ maintained

  • Cranes have load hooks & working areas adequately illuminated

  • Vehicle & equipment lighting operable (headlights, taillights, backup lights, rotating beacons)

  • Flashlights available

  • Clear protective eyewear used

  • Traffic Control Persons used as appropriate

  • Workers alert, not fatigued, drowsy, sleeping


  • Spill Cleanup kits available where required

  • Waste material containers labeled/segregated

  • Waste Skips not overflowing

  • Mosquito Prevention

  • Timely water pumping / sedement traps used

  • Correct Storage of hazardous chemicals

  • Safety Data Sheets (SDS) in place

  • Dust Controls

  • Secondary containment in place & of appropriate volume

  • Workers trained in spill clean-up

  • Prompt reporting of spills

  • Vehicle maintenance washing in approved areas

  • Proper disposal of materials & chemicals

  • Declaration of toxic / hazardous materials delivery


  • WSH Personnel

  • OMC Ops I/C

  • Contractor Representive

  • Contractor Representive

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