High-Risk Work Activities

  • Are there any on-going High-Risk work activities? e.g. Hazardous Working-At-Height (WAH), Erecting/ using of scaffolding, Operating of Mobile Elevated Work Platform (MEWP), Confined Space Entry, etcs.

  • Are the requirements of Permit-To-Work (PTW) system complied for non-routine and High-Risk work activities?

Hygiene and Sanitisation Standard

  • Does the project site equipped with the routine & periodic cleaning and disinfecting schedule?

  • Are the appropriate colour coding for hygiene and sanitisation implemented?

  • Are the inspected premise free from stain, dust, dirt, debris, leaves, cobwebs, spillage, blood and body substances?

  • Are the required consumables replaced?

  • Are the work areas inspected daily by the site team and inspection logs completed as per requirements?

  • Are the Mobile Garbage Bin (MBG) covered?

  • Are the roller shutters and access to Bin Center closed/ controlled when not in used?

General Safety & Housekeeping

  • Are aisles clear of materials or equipment?

  • Are doorways clear of materials or equipment?

  • Emergency exit doors and emergency passageways are NOT visually or physically obstructed?

  • Combustible materials (e.g. carton boxes and papers) in the work/ storage areas are properly stored?<br>e.g. Not stored near ignition source, accumulated below workbenches or stacked up to the ceiling, etcs..

  • There are no tripping hazards (e.g. cable, wiring and tubing running across the walkways)?

  • Are Janitor Carts equipped with the necessary cleaning and disinfecting tools & chemicals?

  • Are storage and resting areas clean, tidy & organised?

Public Safety

  • Are flooring condition clean and free of algae, oil, grease or other slip, trip & fall hazards?

  • As far as reasonably practicable, are flooring conditions kept dry?

  • Is Safety Signages used and placed within visible sight when work is in progress/ wet floorings?

  • Are drain covers returned to its original position after desilting of drains?

Stairs and Ladders

  • Are ladders safe and in good condition?

  • Are ladders provided with anti slip grooves/ strips?

  • Are the top three (3) rung of ladder prohibited from use?

  • Are stairwells clear of materials and equipment?

  • Are stairs and handrails in good condition?

Tools & Machineries

  • Are the correct colour-coded cleaning tools used for the respective activities?

  • Are tools and machineries in presentable and serviceable condition?

  • Are tools and machineries routinely inspected to ensure equipment is safe to handle & in serviceable condition?

  • Are all tools and machineries returned to its designated storage area after used?

  • Are statutory registerable machineries registered with relevant authority and with valid permit/ license?

Electrical Safety

  • Work-space is free from unsafe electrical practices e.g. overloading of circuit, daisy-chaining, placing of Battery Charger at floor level or around combustible materials?

  • Electrical equipment and portable power tools (including cords & adaptors) used in the workspace are in good condition and not damaged?

  • Applicable electrical equipment used in the work-space have the “Safety Mark” label or equivalent?

  • Are plugs, sockets and switches provided in good condition?

  • ELCB/ RCD used for motorised equipment when connected to client’s power source?

  • Equipment are switched off, unplugged and returned to storage location when not in use

Environmental & Chemical Safety

  • Chemicals are properly stored and in accordance to their chemical compatibility?

  • Secondary containment is used for safe storage of chemicals and where necessary?

  • Each chemical container are labeled with readable name of chemical and its associated GHS Pictogram?

  • Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for the chemicals are available at site?

  • Flammable liquids and gases are stored away from oxidisers, heat and other ignition sources?

  • Spill containment kit/ equipment are readily at site and in serviceable condition?

  • Waste water from cleaning operations are disposed at the designated disposal points?

  • Are drains and gutters or any other inspected areas cleared of potential stagnant water or ponding for mosquito breeding?

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • Necessary PPE are made available to employee on-site?

  • PPEs provided to employee are adequate and in good working condition?

  • Do employees know where to find/ obtain the necessary PPE?<br>*Eg. Gloves, Boots, Highlighted Safety Vest, Face mask, safety glasses/ goggles, helmets, full body harness, etcs..

  • PPEs requirements for working in the work-site/ work activities are abided by all personnel?

Safe Management Measures (SMM)

  • Have the project operations team considered enabling vulnerable employees to work from home, including temporarily redeploying them to another role within the company that is suitable for working from home and/or areas with less hazardous conditions/ exposure as far as possible?

  • Is the project-site manpower deployment plan update to date?

  • Employees are wearing masks at the workplace and wearing it correctly?

  • Employees observe good personal hygiene? (eg. wash their hands regularly and refrain from touching their face)

  • Have the project operations team provided and maintain the adequate cleaning and disinfecting agents at the following areas of project work-site:<br>- Cleaning agents (e.g. liquid soap, toilet paper) must be available at all toilets and hand-wash stations.<br>- Disinfecting agents (e.g. hand sanitisers) must be installed at all human traffic stoppage points within the workplace, such as entrances, reception areas, security booths and lift lobbies.<br>- Disinfecting agents (e.g. disinfectant sprays, paper towels and wipes) must be provided at meeting rooms and other common spaces such as pantries or canteens.

  • Is there physical demarcation and spacing of at least 1 metre between persons at rest areas?

  • SafeEntry visitor management system is used to log the entry of all personnel (including employees and visitors) entering the work-site?

  • Are employees using the TraceTogether app/ tokens?

Emergency Preparedness (EP)

  • Emergency equipment (e.g. first aid box, fire extinguisher) are maintained, made accessible and clearly labelled?

  • Emergency equipment (e.g. first aid box, fire extinguisher) are adequate and complete?

  • Are emergency contact details displayed or readily available at site?

  • Are there any trained first-aider?<br>*Should the site is with more than 25 employees, 1 first-aider is required for every 100 employees and shall be readily available during working hours)

  • Are employees aware of the emergency evacuation plan applicable to the project site?

Management of Change (MOC)

  • There is NO new requirements or procedures applicable to the project site?

  • There is NO new changes to project site environment, working conditions or activities?


  • Was toolbox briefing conducted within the last one (1) month to communicate the updated requirements and raise awareness amongst staff?

  • Does the conducted toolbox meeting include reminders of on the requirements of SMM, incident reporting procedure, emergency, pandemic response procedures and practices of good personal hygiene?<br>*Eg. Procedure for managing of unwell/ suspected/ confirmed case of Covid-19 on-site, Fire Evacuation procedure, proper hand washing techniques, etcs..

  • Are all toolbox briefing record available at site and records are kept for at least 3 years?

  • Are communication posters/ circulars posted or made available to employee?

Other finding(s) of concern

  • Any other noticeable finding of concern

Any positive finding(s)

  • Any noticeable positive finding or good practices

Acknowledgement of Inspection Report & For Follow-up (if necessary)

  • Name of Site Team Leader/ Supervisor/ Operations Executive or Manager

  • Designation/ Appointment

  • Signature

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