• General Contractor

  • Safety personnel designated for this site- GC

  • Name

  • Site Safety walk through frequency?

  • OSHA 300 forms complete and posted from February 1 - April 30?

  • OSHA and DOL posters posted?

  • Emergency phone numbers posted?

  • Tool box safety talks log up to date?

  • Competent Person Identified

  • Name

  • MSDS filed?

  • Site Specific Requirements (above/beyond SAC requirements)


  • Work areas neat?

  • Work areas properly signed and barricaded?

  • Projecting nails or screws bent over or removed?

  • Waste containers provided and used?

  • Passageways and walkways clear?

  • Is rebar capped properly?

  • Cords and leads off the floor?


  • Adequate fire extinguishers, checked and accessible?

  • "No Smoking" posted and enforced near flammables?


  • Extension wires with bare wires or missing ground prongs taken out of service?

  • Ground fault interrupters being used?

  • Terminal boxes equipped with required covers?


  • Hand tools inspected regularly?

  • Cords in safe working order?

  • Guards in place on machines?

  • Correct tool being used for job at hand?


  • Safety harnesses worn properly?

  • Safety rails and cables secured properly?

  • Employees exposed to fall hazards tied off?

  • Appropriate anchorage points used by employees?

  • What is being used as an anchorage point?

  • Are harnesses required to be worn in lifts?

  • What type of lanyard is worn inside the lift?

  • Stairwells have handrails?

  • Employees below protected from falling objects?


  • Ladders extended at least 36" above landing?

  • Are employees tied off while working from a ladder?

  • Ladders are secure to prevent slipping, sliding or falling?

  • Ladders with split or missing rungs taken out of service?

  • Stepladders used in fully open position?

  • Are ladders protected from accidental displacement near walkways or doorways?

  • No step at top two rungs of stepladder?

  • Any wooden ladders on site that need removed?


  • All scaffolding inspected daily?

  • Erected on sound rigid footing?

  • Tied to structure as required?

  • Guardrails, intermediate rails, toe boards and screens in place?

  • Proper access provided?

  • Employees below protected from falling objects?


  • All floor openings that cannot be planked properly flagged and barricaded?

  • Are hole covers properly secured to prevent displacement?

  • Can hole covers handle working loads from workers, equipment etc?

  • Perimeter protection in place?

  • Fall protection anchorage points installed in landing zones for workers?

  • Materials stored away from edge?

  • Ladders or stilts used near protected leading edges?


  • Competent person identified and present?

  • Excavations are shored and sloped back?

  • Was a documented daily inspection conducted for the excavation?

  • Materials are stored at least 2' away from trench?

  • Ladders provided every 25' in trench?

  • Equipment is at a safe distance from edge of trench or excavation?


  • Materials properly stored or stacked?

  • Proper number of workers for each operation?

  • Are work tables at the correct height to reduce bending?

  • Employees using proper lifting techniques?

  • Are carts on site and being used properly?

  • Are there any rough edges that could cause lacerations or injury.

  • Is material staged on the floor? If yes- why?


  • Gas cylinders stored upright and secured?

  • Are regulators removed prior to being placed in storage?

  • Proper separating distances between fuels & oxygen?

  • Goggles or shields used?

  • Fire extinguishers readily available?

  • Hoses in good condition?


  • Outriggers extended and swing radius barricade in place?

  • Hand signal charts on crane?

  • Employees kept from under suspended loads?

  • Chains and slings inspected and tagged as required?

  • Tag lines used to guide loads?


  • Hard hats being worn?

  • Safety glasses being worn?

  • Respirators used when required? Proper respirator documentation available?

  • Hearing protection being worn when required?

  • Traffic vests or high visibility clothing material being worn?

  • Are the appropriate gloves being worn for the task at hand?


  • Are operators properly certified?

  • Has equipment been properly inspected that day?

  • Is the inspection documented?

  • Are seat belts worn?

  • Is the equipment working properly? This includes back-up alarms, safety devices and all operating mechanisms. If no- please note and inform equipment team in corporate.

  • Are attachments proper?


  • Are operators properly trained?

  • Is the chain properly pulled?

  • Are lift trays used?

  • Has the daily inspection checklist been properly filled out?

  • Lift numbers on site and last service date.


  • Overall Safety Rating of Site (0 being lowest, 10 being highest)

  • Safety Manager

  • Superintendent/Foreman/PM

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