Communication ways

  • Communications without obstacles?

Machinery Safety

  • Are covers on its place and functional?

  • Are regular checks / standards on machines carried out properly?

  • Put photos of 2 audited machines (to know the state)

Electrical safety

  • Are flexible distributions without knotting, screeching or making and obstacle in movement?

  • Are portable devices registered and checked?

  • Are switchboards prevented from dust?

Portable hand tools (mechanical)

  • Are hand tools without any damage (handle, striking/contact areas, hammer haft, ...)?

  • Are clear / designated spaces for storing hand tools??

Hazardous substances

  • Are all containers suitably labelled?

Work at height

  • Is there a barrier when difference of levels is > 0.5m?

  • Are ladders & stairs in good condition and checked 1x/3months?

Lifting equipment

  • Is lifting equipment registered and checked?

  • Is lifting equipment in good condition?

Manual handling

  • Are kept all the rules for forklift (safety belt, speed, stability of handled material, ...)?

  • IS a work performed in optimal height (no working on floor, hands above head, ...)?

Warehouses

  • Is material stored in stable condition?

  • Are racks in sound condiotion (no damage) and checked 1x/3months?

PPE

  • Are workers using defined PPE?

Fire Safety

  • Are flammables stores as far from the buildind as practicable (Ideally 10m)

  • Is accessible fire fighting equipment?

  • Are accessible main switches of energy sources?

  • Are sources of ignition out of contact/range of combustible material?

Visual management

  • Are equipment (tools, material, ...) stored on designated places?

  • Is a worklapce clean/tidy?

  • Put a photo of what do you like on audited workplace

  • Night shift check

  • Are closed doors against night noise transmission?

  • Are kept dessignated areas for smoking? - Check other dark places

  • Do people keep working hours (are they present on the workplaces or e.g. smoking instead of working)?

Talks to an employee - Safety requirements - min. 2 employees

  • Focus on employee thinking - key for longterm results, learning and growth. Areas: communication about H&S (controlling vs confidence), behavior and paradigm = mind map (understanding and keeping of rules, procedures), engangement in solution (team working). Ask questions like: How do you feel it? What could be an impact of? What do you need to improve ...? What could you do? How can we use this? See a chapter Safety behaviour.

  • Talk to:

  • Employee
  • Nme:

  • How long is he/she working in company? (years)

  • Type of talk

  • Topic:

  • Record of talk (what did we learn, what is a deal with an employee, fine, ...)

  • Description / photo of topic:

  • Add media

  • Record of talk (what did we learn, what is a deal with an employee, fine, ...)

  • Focus of talk

  • Thank you and I appreciate you for:

  • If you could change 1 think, what it will be?

  • What should be the impact of this on you and whole company?

  • What is he/she not keep? (PPE, procedures, inappropriate behaviour)

  • What are you doing and how is it set (rule, procedure ...)?

  • How you are doing it then? (Look at his/her reaction)

  • What could happen and what should be the impact of this on you and whole company??

  • What do you need to keep rules, do it right?

  • How can you use todays experience for your future? (Possible to make a deal you can talk about it at next time - if something has changed)

  • What is he/she "doesn´t see" (Somebody next to him/he don´t use PPE, material out of place, leakages, ...)

  • How long is it in this condition?

  • What is the impact on you and company?

  • What will you do to change it?

  • How would you proceed next time?

  • Personal feeling of an auditor

  • Signature

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