Audit Overview

  • Audit Team:

  • Location:

  • Date:

  • Type of Activity observed

  • Agreement to observe with crew concerned

Activity Planning

  • Toolbox meeting held

  • All crew involved attended toolbox

  • Full description of the operation given by task leader

  • Tasks and responsibilities assigned

  • Environmental conditions assessed (MOPO Matrix Of Permitted Operations)

  • Simultaneous Operations considered (SIMOPS)

  • Risk Assessment reviewed (Job Hazard Analysis)

  • Permit to Work in place if restricted activity

  • Lock out / Tag out in place if required (LOTO )

  • Comments:

Work Environment

  • Good housekeeping in work area

  • Physical barriers in place (chains, barriers, warning lights, notices)

  • Walkways and escape routes clear

  • Adequate lighting

  • Ladders and work platforms rigged correctly

  • Comments:

Personal Protective Equipment

  • Head

  • Ears & Eyes

  • Face & Respitory

  • Hands & Arms

  • Feet & Legs

  • Coveralls or Work Wear

  • Comments:

Well being

  • Rest and re-hydration breaks

  • Warm up exercises before manual tasks

  • Working at a safe pace

  • Sun screen available and used

  • Comments:

Position of People

  • Caught in or between

  • Striking against

  • Falling on, off, between or into

  • Overhead loads

  • Lines of recoil (equipment under tension)

  • Comments:


  • Changing position

  • Adjusting PPE

  • Stopping Work ( Step back)

  • Re-arranging

  • Hiding & dodging

  • Escape routes

  • Comments:

Tools and Equipment

  • Right for the job

  • Used correctly

  • In a safe condition

  • Changing tools

  • Tools signed out (Work at height, sensitive equipment)

  • Comments:

Process Control

  • Procedures adequate

  • Procedures reviewed periodically

  • Emergency plans in place

Debrief with crew observed

  • Agreements made:

  • Actions agreed:

  • Recognition for good performance

  • Safe to continue operation

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