1. Job Information

  • 1.3. Emergency information / phone numbers posted?

  • 1.4. First Aid supplies available?

  • 1.5. Someone on the job trained in First Aid & CPR?

  • 1.6. Did you conduct a weekly safety meeting?

  • 1.7. Safety Manual on site?

  • 1.8. Employees know location of Safety Manual & (M)SDS?

  • 1.9. Crisis Management Plan / contacts in place?

2. Housekeeping

  • 2.1. General neatness of work area?

  • 2.2. Is the work area free of trip and fall hazards?

  • 2.3. Projecting nails removed or bent? (or similar items)

  • 2.4. Waste containers?

  • 2.5. Passageways and walkways clear?

  • 2.6. Cords and leads off the floor / clear paths?

  • 2.7. Trucks and Trailers clean and maintained?

  • 2.8. Stairs to job trailers secured and proper railings?

3. Fire Prevention

  • 3.1 Adequate fire extinguishers, checked and accessible?

  • 3.2. "No Smoking" posted and enforced near flammables?

4. Electrical

  • 4.1. Extension cords with bare wires or missing grounds taken out of service?

  • 4.2. Ground fault circuit interrupters being used?

  • 4.3. Adequate wiring, well insulated, grounded, protected?

  • 4.4. Electrical panels clear?

5. Hand and Power Tools

  • 5.1. Guards in place on power tools?

  • 5.2. Right tool being used for job at hand?

  • 5.3 Tools operation properly?

  • 5.4. Tools and cords in good condition?

  • 5.5. Proper grounding of all tools (3 Prongs)?

6. Fall Protection / Arrest Equipment

  • 6.1. safety rails and cables secured properly?

  • 6.2. Is fall protection safety equipment available?

  • 6.3. Employees exposed to fall hazards are tied off or otherwise protected?

  • 6.4. Employees below protected from falling objects?

  • 6.5. Openings in Floors and Roofs covered properly or guarded?

  • 6.6 Covering material will hold 200 lbs.?

  • 6.7. Check body harnesses, lanyards, and snap hooks for problems?

  • 6.8. Check anchor connectors for holding strength (5,000 lbs.)?

7. Ladders

  • 7.1. Ladders checked and in good condition?

  • 7.2. Extension ladders extend at least 36" above the landing?

  • 7.3. Extension ladders are secured to prevent slip, sliding, falling?

  • 7.4. Stepladders used in full open position?

  • 7.5. No step at top two rungs of stepladder?

8. Scaffolding / Scissor & Aerial Lifts

  • 8.1 Inspected daily by competent person?

  • 8.2. Proper fall protection / rails in place?

  • 8.3. Employees below protected from fallings objects?

  • 8.4. 4:1 ratio height with securement every 20 feet?

  • 8.5. Stable footing / baseplates?

  • 8.6. structurally sound / unaltered?

  • 8.7. Adequate sound planking provided?

9. Material Handling

  • 9.1. Were safety stretches performed?

  • 9.2. Materials properly stored or stacked?

  • 9.3. Employees are using proper lifting methods?

  • 9.4. Proper number of workers for operation?

12. Work Methods / Safety Items

  • 12.5. Job hazards have been reviewed & discussed?

  • 12.6. Sanitary facilities and potable water available?

  • 12.8. Lighting adequate for all work tasks?

  • 13.2. Inspection and maintenance records current?

  • 13.6. Equipment is properly secured when not in use?

  • 13.7. Roll over protection devices in place?

15. Personal Protective Equipment

  • 15.1. Hard hats being worn?

  • 15.2. Safety glasses being worn (prescription safety glasses have side shields)?

  • 15.3. Hearing protection being worn when required?

  • 15.4. Gloves being worn when required?

  • 15.5. High Visibility vest apparel being worn?

  • 15.6. Proper PPE available if needed?

  • 15.7. Proper foot wear and clothing?

16. Welding and Cutting

  • 16.1. Equipment in safe operating condition?

  • 16.2. Power cables and hose protected and good repair?

  • 16.3. Fire extinguishers of proper type nearby?

  • 16.4. Surrounding area inspected for fire hazards and flammable materials protected or removed?

17. Other

  • 17.1. Hazardous Condition or Behavior.

  • 17.2. Hazardous Condition or Behavior.

  • 17.3. Hazardous Condition or Behavior.

18. Special

  • 18.1. Hazards not under your control are presenting imminent danger to employees.

  • 18.2. Employees are exposed to imminent danger.

  • 18.3. Was this hazardous condition / behavior corrected immediately?

19. Job site photographs

  • 19.1. Site photos

Safe behaviors observed-actions taken to encourage safe behavior.

Unsafe behaviors observed-action taken to correct and prevent recurrence.

Corrective Actions

  • enter any corrective actions that will be undertaken.

Sign Off

  • On site representative

  • Auditor's signature

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