Vessel Hazards

Hazards identified to be specific to this vessel are: (Example: Stay out of the bight between the winch and the davit when the winch is in operation)

Vessel Hazards-Identified to be specific to this vessel

Vessel Hazard:

Vessel Hazard photo:
Comments on Vessel Hazards

Comments:

Crew Initial
Crew Initial
Trainer Initial
Trainer Initial

Safe Work Procedures

An orientation and demonstration was given on the following Safe Work Procedures: (Example: Anchoring, safe lifting, use of fishing gear, safety equipment, etc)

Safe Work Procedures

Safe Work Procedures

Safe Work Procedure:

Safe work procedure photo:
Working Alone Procedures were covered including:

When Travelling Alone Safe Work Procedure:

When Fishing Alone Safe Work Procedure:

When at the dock/maintenance Alone Safe Work Procedure:

Comments for Work Safe Procedures

Comments:

Crew Initial
Crew Initial
Trainer Initial
Trainer Initial

Safety Drills

Muster list responsibility assigned and reviewed

Abandon ship drill completed

Calling for help drill completed

Man overboard drill completed

Fire drill completed

Flooding/damage control drill completed

Comments for Safety Drills

Comments:

Crew Initial
Crew Initial
Trainer Initial
Trainer Initial

Personal Safety Equipment

Use and Location of PFDs-discussed

Photo of PFDs

Comments:

Use and Location of Immersion Suits-discussed

Photo of Immersion Suits

Comments:

Use and Location of Other Safety Equipment

Use and Location of Other Safety Equipment

photo of Safety Equipment

Comments:

Crew Initial
Crew Initial
Trainer Initial
Trainer Initial

First Aid

Who is responsible for first aid on board?

Use and location of First Aid Kit:

Photo of location of First Aid Kit:

Crew Health Issues relayed to Master

Crew Initial
Crew Initial
Trainer Initial
Trainer Initial

Hazardous Materials

(cleaning solvents, gas stored for outboard, etc.)

Hazardous Materials on this vessel

Hazardous material & location:

Hazardous material photo

Safe handling, use and storage instructions:

Crew Initial
Crew Initial
Trainer Initial
Trainer Initial

Roles and Resposibilities of Crew-Discussed

(As defined by WorkSafeBC regulations)

All crew understand their right to refuse unsafe work and how to do that.

All crew understand their responsibility to report any hazards to the master.

All crew understand their responsibility to perform work safely at all times.

All crew understand their responsibility to report all injuries to the master immediately.

All crew understand the responsibility of Master and Crew to use and maintain all required personal protective equipment.

All crew understand the responsibility of Master and Crew to follow this vessel's bullying and harassment policy.

Comments

Comments:

Crew Initial
Crew Initial
Trainer Initial
Trainer Initial
Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.