1.1 - Has the scaffold got a Scaffold tag on it?
1.2 - Has the scaffold tag been sign off in the last 7 days, indicating the scaffold has been inspected ?
1.3 - Step back and have a good look at the scaffold. Does it look safe?.
1.3.1 - If it looks unsafe what are the issues that you can see.
2.1 - Do staff on site have a current HNZ ID Card
2.2 - Has all the onsite staff , scaffold crew read, and signed the current risk and method statement?
2.3 - Has the scaffold been erected by a certified scaffolder (if over 5 mtrs) or by a competent person(if under 5 mtrs)?
2.4 - Has the certificed scaffolder got a copy of thier scaffold licence on them- is it valid?.
3.1 - If over 5 mtrs , has the scaffolder notified Worksafe and there is a copy of the notification on site.
3.2 - Is the risk and method statement relevant to the current scaffold task?
4.1 - Was there evidance of good stacking and storage practices observed
4.2 - Access ways kept clear
4.3 - Is the work zone cordoned off with the safety signs in place?
4.4 - Is there a safe access for the tenant
4.4.1 - Has the Tenant signed the Scaffolding acknowledgment form
5.1 - Is the scaffold erected with toe boards on all levels above head height.
5.2 - Are all of the levels fully decked.
5.3 - Are the ladders secured at both ends , approx 1 m in every 4m up, angle and in good order
5.4 - Are all the platforms fully guarded with mid rails (450mm ) and top rails (900-1100mm) rails?
5.5 - Are trapdoors/gates or barriers provided at key ladder access points?
5.6 - Are the base plates suitable (15cm x 15 cm)
5.7 - Are the Sole plates suitable size and condition ( 500 mm x 200 mm x 38 mm thick)
6.1 - Hard hat
6. 2 - Gloves (various types for site conditions)
6. 3 - Ear protection
6. 4 - Eye protection
6. 5 - High Visibility vest or garment
6.6 - Harness & Lanyard correctly applied and adjusted
7.1 - Is the area below the lifting point cordoned off
7.2 - Have the users knowledge of knots