Safety Culture Models

  • Use the following safety models when identifying hazards and controls.

    Eye Observ.GIF

Risk Assessment

Information Category

  • Current weather conditions

  • Hazard(s) associated

  • What regulatory controls and / or information needs has been reviewed with staff regarding this task?

Observation Category - Are there activities creating hazards without controls in place

Initial Actions

  • Eyes on task

  • Not Rushing

  • Balance, traction, grip

Line of Fire

  • Body position (falling, struck-by, pinch point, squeeze, cut, hit)

  • PPE (required, adequate condition, work properly)

  • Screen, guards, railings, isolation, lockout, tag out


  • Lifting, bending, twisting Repetitive motions

  • Reaching, pulling, pushing (excessive force)

  • Standing, sitting, kneeling (long periods)

  • Comfortable (vs awkward position)

Procedures & Standards

  • Up-to-date, understood assessment and procedures

  • Following procedures

  • Orderliness (housekeeping, Storage, access

Tools & Equipment

  • Safe condition (pre-use inspection)

  • Correct for task

  • Safe use

Observations and Notes

  • What are the controls, steps and processes needed for safety and compliance to address in my BeVocal Conversation?

  • Notes from my BeVocal conversation.


  • Employee Signature

  • Supervisor Signature

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