1. OSHA, MCC General Requirements & Postings

  • A. Is a well stocked first aid cabinet on site?

  • B. Are Hazard Communication requirements in place?

  • C. Have all radios for entertainment including MP3, I-pods, and cell phones with music turned off during construction activities?

  • D. Are safety signs, MCC company signs, and emergency numbers posted?

  • E. Are the OSHA postings displayed?

  • F. Are the signs and barricades adequate?

  • G. Are safety documents current? (Safety Audits, Training Records, Site Specific Plan, etc.)

2. Personal Protective Equipment

  • A. Are employees wearing hardhats and eye protection?

  • B. Are employees wearing hearing, hand (gloves), and high vis protection when required?

  • C. Are employees wearing proper clothing and work boots?

  • D. Are employees compliant with respiratory procedures?

3. Fall Protection

  • A. Are employees using 100% fall protection when required (6ft)?

  • B. Are employees using fall protection properly?

  • C. Have employees been trained in fall protection?

  • D. Is the fall protection equipment in good condition?

  • E. Anchor points for Personal Fall Arrest Systems are minimal 5,000 pounds?

  • F. Warning lines are 6 feet from leading edges?

4. Sanitation

  • A. Are toilet facilities adequate and reasonably clean?

  • B. Are drinking containers placed into the trash?

5. Fire Protection

  • A. Have fire extinguishers been inspected and are personnel trained?

  • B. Is hot work permit completed?

  • C. Is there a fire extinguisher within 100 feet of all work areas?

  • D. Are fire extinguishers in good working order?

  • E. Is a fire extinguisher located at least 50 feet from all flammable or combustible liquids of 5 gallons or more?

  • F. Is a fire watch utilized correctly?

  • G. Are adequate "NO SMOKING" signs provided.

6. Ladders

  • A. Are the spreaders on step ladders locked?

  • B. Are ladders in good condition?

  • C. Do side rails extend 36" above landings?

  • D. Are extension or job made ladders secured properly?

  • E. Are doorways barricaded when ladders are set in front of them?

  • F. Are employees using ladders properly?

  • G. Are job made ladders built properly?

  • H. Is fall protection used when working on ladders closer than one and one-half (1-1/2) times the ladder height to an opening or edge of the building?

7. Housekeeping and Material Handling

  • A. Are isle-ways cleared of material debris?

  • B. Are items stacked low enough to prevent materials from falling?

  • C. Are nails removed from scrap lumber?

  • D. Are materials secured to prevent the wind from blowing?

  • E. Is trash and debris removed from work areas?

8. Tools

  • A. Are hazardous parts guarded?

  • B. Are employees trained to operate the tool correctly?

  • C. Are powder actuated shots stored and/or disposed of correctly?

9. Electrical

  • A. Are electrical cords in good condition and used correctly?

  • B. Are GFCI'S in good working order?

  • C. Are temporary lights properly suspended?

  • D. Are all electrical boxes, cords, receptacles, breakers, etc. being used for their intended use per NFPA, NEC, OSHA, and their UL rating?

  • E. Are all knock-outs blanked?

10. Welding & Cutting

  • A. Are all leads and stringers in good condition?

  • B. Is the first 10ft of welding leads free from repair?

  • C. Is proper eye and face protection being used?

  • D. Are all cylinders secure in an upright position and stored properly (20ft)?

  • E. Are fire prevention measures in place (hot work permit, fire watch, fire extinguishers, etc.)?

11. Scaffolds

  • A. Is fall protection provided for employees erecting or dismantling scaffolding?

  • B. Are scaffolds set on firm, secure footings with baseplates, and mud sills?

  • C. Are scaffolding components inspected (tagged) and are they in good condition?

  • D. Has the scaffold been tied off every 30ft in length and every 25ft in height? (Ties must be installed when the height of the scaffold is more than 4 times the minimum base width)

  • E. Are scaffold boards properly overlapped (12 inches max, 6 inches min) and maintained in good condition?

  • F. Are rolling scaffolds used correctly?

  • G. Is fall protection and falling object protection provided?

  • H. Have employees been trained in the hazards associated with scaffolds and scaffold work?

12. Excavations

  • A. Are employees protected from falling into excavations (piers, trenches, holes, etc.)?

  • B. Is a competent person present?

  • C. Are excavation that are 5ft or deeper properly sloped, benched, shielded or shored?

  • D. Are spoil piles placed a minimum of 2ft from the edge of an excavation?

  • E. Have utilities been located?

  • F. Have excavation of 20ft or more in depth been designed by a PE?

  • G. Is heavy equipment kept a safe distance from the edge of the excavation?

  • H. Has proper access and egress been provided?

13. Floor & Wall Openings, Stairwells & Roofs

  • A. Do all holes or perimeters that are 6ft or more above a lower level have guard rails or hole covers?

  • B. Where there is a break in elevation of 19" or more, is a stairway or ladder provided at all personnel points of access?

  • C. Are 2" or more holes covers secured, marked (hole), or (cover) and are they capable of supporting intended loads?

  • D. Are employees protected from falling objects?

  • E. Are materials that are stacked higher than the toe boards kept at least 10' away from the toe board?

  • F. Are steel stair pan treads filled?

14. Structural

  • A. Is the bolt-up crew within 2 floors of the decking crew?

  • B. Has the steel been properly guyed and properly braced?

  • C. Are controlled access zones utilized correctly?

  • D. Is shoring installed properly and inspected?

  • E. Are all impalement hazards eliminated?

15. Cranes and Rigging

  • A. Are all inspections and paperwork updated?

  • B. Are the ANSI approved hand signals being used?

  • C. Is rigging in good condition and used correctly?

  • D. Is the entire swing radius barricaded?

  • E. Are riggers qualified?

  • F. Is the proper cribbing or matting being used?

  • G. Are cranes located a safe distance from power lines?

16. Aerial Lifts

  • A. Are employees using proper fall protection?

  • B. Are operators trained on aerial lift?

  • C. Is the gate or chain close closed when occupied?

  • D. Is total weight capacity of man basket maintained?

17. Mobile Equipment

  • A. Are operators trained on mobile equipment?

  • B. Are seat belts worn during operation of mobile equipment?

  • C. Are back up alarms working properly?

  • D. Are cell phones in use?

18. Miscellaneous

  • A. Are confined space procedures being followed?

  • B. Are Lock-out Tag-out procedures executed correctly?

  • C. Are all Environmental and Health hazards (mold, asbestos, lead, spill containment, etc.) eliminated or mitigated?

Corrective Actions

  • Enter corrective actions with completion dates.

Sign Off

  • Auditor's Signature

  • Project Manager's signature

  • Superintendent's Signature

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