• Project / area inspected:

  • Inspectors:

  • Select date

Administration / Program:

  • First aid trained personnel on project, mutual aid contacted and verified.

  • Safety bulletin board with safe workdays posted and current safety information.

  • (Sub)Contractors competent persons identified.

  • CM weekly safety meetings held with (Sub)contractors supervision.

  • MSDS provided to Merck, maintain in field office.

  • Job Safety Analyses / risk assessment / method statement completed as needed / required.

  • Distracted working and outside influences are addressed in planning.

  • Daily task safety planning completed, and white board coordination meetings help.

  • SOR program in place, & feedback given to craft.

  • Emergency phone numbers posted in office areas and field.

  • Drinking water & wash facilities.

  • Toilet facilities available, accessible and clean.

Housekeeping:

  • Contractors inspect work areas daily.

  • Job site organized, not cluttered

  • Walking surfaces clear, clean, trip hazard eliminated

  • Trash / construction debris emptied regularly, disposal area neat, receptacles available.

  • Nails, scrap metal / wood picked up from previous days

  • Materials storage, proper segregation, stacked properly, chocked, no danger of falling.

  • Site perimeter maintained

Personal Protective Equipment PPE:

  • Hard hats, safety glasses, class II high visibility work vest, safety toe work boot, task appropriate gloves meets GES requirements.

  • Safety glasses with secure side shields being worn.

  • Face shields / goggles worn where appropriate

  • Hearing protection used where appropriate

  • Glove program in effect & meets GES requirements

  • Respirators / dust mask worn where appropriate, program in place, fit test etc

Fall Protection:

  • 100% fall protection used above 6 feet (EU 2 m)

  • Full body harness worn (incl. high reaches) inspection certificates available

  • Fall protection equipment in good shape and inspected

  • Anchorage points for fall arrest meet required ratings

  • Lanyards with shock absorbers and double locking clips

  • Perimeter guarding provided, perimeter cables or wire rope properly installed

Fire Safety & Emergency Procedures:

  • Proper fire extinguishers available and inspected

  • Used rags in labeled metal cans with cover

  • All walkways, stairs, access, egress free of combustibles

  • Trained fire watch on duty during hot work - area monitored after hot work completed

  • Workers know evacuation alarm signals and evacuation routes

  • First aid kit policy established and followed (CM or contractor provided)

  • Eye wash stations provided in field

  • Sprinkler heads unobstructed

  • Temporary heaters, ventilation, dehumidifiers, lighting properly installed

General Safety:

  • Work area barricaded, access limited

  • PPE signs posted near access points, safety posters, signage, banners in field

  • Flaggers for mobile equipment movements

  • Containers, chemical materials labeled (labels legible)

  • Fuels, flammable materials stored properly

  • Temporary lights provided where needed. Adequate task lighting provided as appropriate.

  • Temporary power provided, in good working order

  • Equipment / tools in good working condition

  • Equipment / tool guards in place, where needed

Ladders / Stairs / Scaffolds:

  • Proper types of ladders being used

  • Ladders in good operating condition, inspected and stored properly

  • Extension ladders tied off, and/or footed and secure, extended 36" (EU 1 m) above landing, 4/1 slope maintained

  • Stairs provided where needed >19" (EU >0.5 m), secured. Stairs greater than 4 risers equipped with hand rail

  • Scaffolds erected properly, mobile scaffolds with rollers locked when in use, all scaffolds tagged correctly,and inspected daily.

  • Holes / penetrations protected with secured covers labeled HOLE or barricaded. Hole cover removal / replacement procedure in place.

  • Backup alarms, horns on mechanized equipment

Welding, Cutting:

  • Compressed gas cylinders secured with chain, capped when not in use, separated flammable/oxygen by 20 feet or 30 min fire wall, hoses and cables in good condition, flash back equipped.

  • Hot work permit in use, fire watch established

  • combustible material within 35 feet of hot work cleared or covered.

  • Welding screens used where needed

Lifting / Rigging:

  • Lifting and crane area barricaded, no lifting over personal, rigger and Flagger in place

  • Crane usage approved, pre-lift checklist completed, operator certification on hand. Daily and annual crane inspection documented

  • Tag lines used to control loads

  • Rigging equipment used properly, in good condition

Excavation / Confined Spaces:

  • Trenches / excavations sloped properly or shored and barricaded

  • Adequate access in / out of excavations (max 25') (EU max 7.5 m)

  • Spoils, tools, etc kept 2 feet (EU 0.6 m) back from excavation edge

  • Soil classification identified

  • Ventilation used for confined spaces

  • Confined space; personnel properly trained

  • Confined space; retrieval equipment available and usedropriately

  • Confined space; standby attendant present, communication means available

  • Confined space; air monitoring (including continuous) performed

Motorized Equipment:

  • Mechanized equipment used properly

  • Proper inspections performed / documented

  • Rollover protection in place and maintained

  • Seat belts used by all operators

Electrical Safety:

  • Cords in good condition, no cuts or repairs W / tape cables secured and off floor to minimize trip hazard

  • All electric extension cords inspected within last month (color coding)

  • GFCIs used for lead cords, GFCIs tested monthly

  • Grounding in working order on power tools, equipment

  • Temp electrical panels labeled, grounded

  • Conduit tightly connected to junction / outlet box, all breakers labeled and field outlets w/ circuit#

  • Adequate illumination

  • Temporary wiring; power / lighting isolated from building structure and not presenting trip hazard

  • Precautions taken where overhead lines are present, no work within min 20' (EU 6 m) clear

Hazardous Work (Permits):

  • Required permits completed properly, posted

  • Fire watch present for high energy (class A) hot work

  • Flammable / combustible materials removed from hot work area

  • Hazardous energy sources locked out properly

Environmental:

  • Containment for petroleum products adequate and in good condition (no debris, rainwater accumulated)

  • Petroleum tank / containment inspections and inventory adequately documented

  • Storm sewers protected

  • Threading machine catch box in place

  • Drip pans in place for equipment such as generators and welders

  • Containers labeled & closed when not in use

  • Chemical storage away from storm sewers and on impervious surface

  • Erosion and sedimentation control at project site (silt fences, tarps, mulching, as necessary)

  • Roll-offs labeled (contents, date waste first placed in container, designated non-haz or hazardous waste), covered and in good condition.

  • Appropriate residual waste handling, accumulation and disposal

  • Lay down in appropriate areas (not on unimproved landfill)

  • Dust generation minimized / controlled

Other / Miscellaneous:

  • Safety culture measurement plan in place. (Hearts and minds)

  • Safety surveys are being done to gain feedback.

  • Safety mentoring program is in place

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