Title Page

  • Project Name

  • Location

  • Type of Work

  • No. Of Workers on Site

Inspection Total Summary Class 1: Immediate risk of harm and/or failing/omission of a mandatory standard e.g., no anti-slip device use, working on red painted steps or lack of 7 days statutory inspection etc. Class 2: Poor work practice/ site failing which can be corrected within 24 hours. Class 3: Satisfactory – Working to the required standard. Class 4: Exceptional works to HSEQ compliance demonstrated. Class NA: Not Applicable to the project/ environment.

Inspection Score: Total score / no. of Items (not including N/A). • Any Class 1 score = RED • Five or more Class 2 scores = RED • Three or more Class 2 scores = AMBER • Any class 2 or Average 3 or above = GREEN ~ • No class 2 and 10 Class 4s or above = GOLD

Health & Safety Management

  • 1. Implemented and up to date CDM plan

  • 2. Displayed: HSE Poster, Policy Statements, employers’ liability insurance and F10 (where applicable)

  • 3. Site security, signage, protection of the public

  • 4. Risk assessments relevant to the work on site and understood by the operatives. (RAMS)

  • 5. Workplace induction and toolbox talk training evidence

  • 6. Welfare facilities/ arrangements adequate

  • 7. Safe access, egress, and segregation in the workplace

  • 8. Fire safety (RA), plan, signs, points, wardens, Operatives signing in and out daily

  • 9. COSHH assessments for all products on site

  • 10. Housekeeping, trips, slips, materials storage

  • 11. Evidence of Worker Engagement/ ‘Near Miss Reports

  • 12. Noise Risk (work protection zones, avoidance)

  • 13. Traffic management issues/ plan, access, and delivery

  • 14. Asbestos considerations/ Asbestos Management Plan

  • 15. Lone working issues / procedures in place

  • 16. Safe work at height procedures acceptable and inspections recorded. (Ladder, steps, hop-ups, scaffolds etc.)

  • 17. Statutory written inspections for scaffolds and excavations

  • 18. Dust prevention considerations in place

  • 19. Safe Lifting Plans, Pre-User Checks, tested (LOLER)

  • 20. Electrical safety, 110 volts (for site), distribution (testing)

  • 21. PPE assessment and provision (minimum standards)

  • 22. First aid points, first aider (min EFAW), accident book

  • 23. DSE considered, safe office set up

  • 24. Plant / machinery (PUWER): selection, guarding, inspection

  • 25. Permit to work procedures established where required

  • 26. Manual handling considerations

  • 27. Sub-Contractors being managed effectively including correct documentation up to date.

  • 28. Health issues: stress, aggression, skin, violence, substances, noise. Additional required PPE provided and being used

  • 29. Evidence of Site Management making regular inspections

  • 30. Good site CULTURE/Daily Briefings/Daily site checks (BS002) in place

Environmental Management

  • 31. Manager/supervisor aware of environmental policy, incident procedure, ‘care on customer sites’ displayed?

  • 32. Are suitable and sufficient arrangements in place and being followed for the management, storage, and disposal of waste? Including recycling and segregation of waste both on site and in the welfare areas.

  • 33. Environmental controls documented in the CDM Plan/ OSCA sheet and being implemented such as using drip trays, bunded areas or sheets to catch spills drips or leaks?

  • 34. Are there sufficient waste management detailed in the CDM Plan and implemented on site? Segregated waste skips consignment notes etc.

  • 35. Are the above being actioned to protect surrounding areas: public impact, drains, rivers, streams, groundwater and protected plants and animals?

  • 36. Have all operatives (including subcontractors) been made aware of environmental issues and protection i.e., site induction, daily briefings and/or TBT’s

  • 37. Are spill kits available for operatives (part of van contents kit and within welfare storage area)? Are they to hand in case of a spill?

Quality Management

  • 38. Have all operatives seen the ‘Melton Borough council Customer Care’ policy and values and are they acting professionally and representing Melton culture well; smart workforce delivering a quality service?

  • 39. Scope of works in the site file i.e., detailed description of works, programme, specs, addresses and sub-contractors?

  • 40. Has the scope of works been communicated to all site personal and evidenced through signed induction sheets?

  • 41. Is a quality plan being completed (if relevant)? Ie notification dates, client requests, logged complaints and colour choices

  • 42. Evidence of regular quality monitoring-supervisor weekly inspection sheets and final inspections?

  • 43. Are the operatives engaging when questioned about their works and are they aware they can report H&S concerns on the back of their time sheets? Do the apprentices have their apprentice logbook and is it being filled in?

  • 44. Have emergency drills been undertaken on spill kits, fire, WAH, MEWP rescue?

Inspection Findings

Inspecting Advisor

  • Name

  • Signature

  • Date

Overall Score

  • Status (circle 1 only)

Site Manager

  • Name

  • Position

  • Signature

  • Date

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