1. Inductions

1. Inductions

  • 1.1 Fredon inductions completed ( induction includes SWMS).

  • 1.2 Principal contractor inductions completed.

  • 1.3 Daily pre-starts conducted; includes SWMS & Risk Assessments.

  • 1.4 Toolbox talks conducted and recorded as specified for the site.

  • 1.5 Skills register in place (includes competencies &licences).

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2. Emergency

2. Emergency

  • 2.1 First aid station and first aid kits available.

  • 2.2 First aiders trained and clearly identified on emergency board.

  • 2.3 Emergency plan and phone numbers displayed.

  • 2.4 Extinguishers available, inspected, tagged and current.

  • 2.5 Emergency exits clearly signed and unobstructed.

  • 2.6 Clear access to extinguishers/hose reels.

  • 2.7 Sign In / Sign Out register available.

  • 2.8 Injury Management procedures followed.

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3. Housekeeping and General

  • 3.1 Amenities clean and hygienic

  • 3.2 All access/egress ways kept clear and dry.

  • 3.3 Work areas neat, tidy and not cluttered and well lit.

  • 3.4 Materials and tools stored correctly.

  • 3.5 Extensions leads raised off the ground.

  • 3.6 Appropriate segregation of waste, adequate bins provided.

  • 3.7 Manual handling techniques and aids used

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4. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

4. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • 4.1 PPE register in place and correct PPE being worn.

  • 4.2 Eye protection (mandatory).

  • 4.3 Safety boots (mandatory).

  • 4.4 Safety hats (mandatory).

  • 4.5 High visibility vests (mandatory).

  • 4.6 Long sleeves shirts and trousers rolled down (mandatory).

  • 4.7 Appropriate Gloves (mandatory).

  • 4.8 Task specific PPE being used eg. Hearing, respiratory, etc.

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5. SWMS and Permits

5. SWMS And Permits

  • 5.1 SWMS developed, available and signed.

  • 5.2 Work activities comply with SWMS.

  • 5.3 Necessary work permits obtained:

  • 5.4 Hot Work.

  • 5.5 Excavation.

  • 5.6 Others (confined space, electrical work etc) Note:

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6. Hazardous / Chemical Substances

6. Hazardous / Chemical Substances

  • 6.1 Hazardous/chemical register completed and up to date.

  • 6.2 SDSs are available and up to date.

  • 6.3 Hazardous/chemical substances stored correctly.

  • 6.4 Containers labelled correctly.

  • 6.5 Gas cylinders stored upright, secured correctly, clearly marked

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7. Tools and Equipment

7. Tools And Equipment

  • 7.1 Equipment register available and up to date.

  • 7.2 Correct tools used for tasks, with correct/adequate safeguards.

  • 7.3 Electrical equipment tested and tagged, serviced and fit for use.

  • 7.4 RCDs, power boards tested and results recorded.

  • 7.5 Lifting equipment tagged, serviced, fit for use and registered.

  • 7.6 Fall protection equipment tagged, serviced and fit for use.

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8. Signage/Barricading

8. Signage/Barricading

  • 8.1 Danger/warning signs in place (including electrical).

  • 8.2 Barriers in place around open areas, pits, ramps, etc.

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9. Mobile Plant and Equipment

9. Mobile Plant And Equipment

  • 9.1 Pre-start checks are recorded in log books kept and up to date.

  • 9.2 Plant and Equipment register available and up to date.

  • 9.3 Plant Operators have a certificate of competency and hold the relevant High Risk Licence (where applicable).

  • 9.4 A Risk Assessment has been completed on each item of plant
    Plant is maintained in accordance with the manufacturer’s specification, and recorded
    Operators Manual is available
    A record of inspections is available and up to date.

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10. Isolations/ LOTO and Electrical Work

10. Isolations/ LOTO And Electrical Work

  • 10.1 LOTO register kept on site and up to date; including lock/tag owner, date, location, device locked.

  • 10.2 Tags labelled with date and name of owner.

  • 10.3 Personnel on site trained in LOTO procedures.

  • 10.4 No Live work is performed unless with a Permit, Risk Assessment, Approval and in accordance with procedure.

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11. Working at Heights, Scaffolding, EWPs and Ladders

11. Working At Heights, Scaffolding, EWPs And Ladders

  • 11.1 Fall prevention is provided where required.

  • 11.2 Scaff-tag or similar in place.

  • 11.3 Guard rails, boards, toe boards in place.

  • 11.4 Platform Ladders are used correctly and in good working order.

  • 11.5 Unused ladders stored correctly and off site.

  • 11.6 Ladders appropriately secured and correctly placed.

  • 11.7 Three points of contact applied when using ladders.

  • 11.8 Personnel using EWPs that can extend greater than 11 metre have appropriate High Risk Licence.

  • 11.9 Personnel using EWP/Scissor Lifts have competency certificate.

  • 11.10 Personnel using fall protection equipment are competent.

  • 11.11 Metal ladders not used when conducting electrical work.

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12. Quality Control

12. Quality Control

  • 12.1 Project HSEQ Plan available on site.

  • 12.2 Drawing register in place and up to date.

  • 12.3 Superseded drawings are appropriately marked or eliminated.

  • 12.4 ITP’s/ ITC’s used appropriately and timely.

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13. Environment

13. Environment

  • 13.1 Sediment control in place where required,

  • 13.2 Waste is being disposed of in the correct locations, recycling where possible.

  • 13.3 Dust being kept to a minimum where possible.

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