• Company

  • Document No.

  • Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

1. Pre audit checks

  • When was the last audit completed for the site and are all actions identified completed?

  • Where OH&S actions are identified, are root causes identified and corrective action taken?

  • Are site objectives and targets set and are they on the site action plan?

2. Implementation and operation of management systems

  • Who is responsible for Health and Safety on site?

  • Is there a site organisational chart for H&S?

  • How is H&S information communicated to staff

  • Are staff aware of their individual responsibilities to themselves and others?

  • Is there a training matrix and is it up to date with new starters/ refreshers etc?

3. Health and safety Information for staff

  • Does the site have a Health and Safety board and is all information correct and current?

  • Accident information, QHSE policy signed 2016 liability insurance, Site action plan, fire and first aiders, fire booklet.

  • Is there a staff forum/ communications group and are minutes available? (How ofter/ staff involved)

4. Regulatory Compliance Review

  • ISO 9001 Certificate available and Valid? (Quality Management System)

  • OSHA Workplace Registration Certificate available.

  • OSHA Compliance License

  • GCLA -Dangerous goods license held and current.

  • TFDA license held ( only for food storage facilities/ warehouse)

  • Environmental license held

  • License limits and restrictions known and understood or any signage to restrict the number of people authorised to be in the warehouse/ yard.

  • Awareness training on regulations for staff

  • Register available on site of applicable Acts, regulations, permit, license, code of practise etc.. A register maintained under document control?

5. Housekeeping

  • Housekeeping standard clearly set, inspected and enforced

  • General cleanliness of all areas

  • Emergency equipment and exits signage are free of obstruction

  • Compressed air not used for any cleaning

  • Unobstructed routes and width adequate for needs

  • Storage facilities neat, tidy, signed and accessible

  • Environmental hazards properly controlled

  • Spill kits available and fit for purpose? Who inspects and are records available? (Staff trained in use)

  • Safety equipment well maintained and in use?

  • Welfare facilities suitable for the needs of the area

  • Lighting ventilation etc. satisfactory for the area and working correctly

  • Stairs are well lit and properly maintained

6. Warehousing/storage

  • Overloaded racking/poor stacking practices (Pyramid stacking)

  • Segregation of inappropriate materials/ reactants (Bleaches/ disinfectant/ food stuffs/ consumables)

  • Bulk stacks for stability (Overloaded pallets at height)

  • Aisles for accessibility (Blocked aisles/ fire escape routes)

  • Damaged racks/stacks/pallets etc (Are inspections completed and by who/ what training has been received)

  • Flammable/hazardous materials stored appropriately and locked away where neccesary

7. Dangerous Goods Storage and Handling (DG)

  • Dangerous goods and poison storage compliant with regulations (placards, bunding, locked, restricted ...etc.

  • Site licensed for dangerous goods storage

  • DG storage, risk assessment done on change or every two years

  • Appropriate inspection of storage integrity and emergence equipment

  • Appropriate cleaning or management of empty DG containers

  • Customers site inspection prior to first delivery of bulk DG

8. Transportation of Dangerous Goods

  • DG packaged, labelled and Transported in compliance with regulations

  • Third party DG carriers accredited or audited prior to engagement/ arrangements and must be reviewed annually.

  • Periodic risk assessment of transport control and emergency response arrangements.

  • Work instruction & training for all personnel loading/ unloading dangerous goods.

  • Transport incident reported and investigated.

  • Transport routes assessed for high hazard material

  • Company drivers have trained in defensive driving techniques, Fatigue Management, Chemical handling. ....etc.

9. Hand/power tools ( including Dangerous Tools/ Knives)

  • Are hand tools/ equipment used (What type). Are they identified and registered.

  • Have effort have been made to identify safer alternative to the use of dangerous tools.

  • Are users of dangerous tools trained.

  • Use of unauthorised tools/ equipment

  • Use of dangerous tools risk assessment and controlled. (Heigh pressure water, compressed air, grinding/ cutting wheels, explosives, power tools, cutting/!welding, knives

10. Electrical hazards

  • OSHA electrical certificate current

  • Training in electrical safety for staff (induction and refresher)

  • Clearance and personal locks used, isolationist tagged.

  • Authorised persons doing isolation and Qualified/ licensed electrician doing work.

  • Certificate of compliance issued

  • Permit to work and risk assessment done

  • Live work authorisation and risk assessment conducted.

  • Installation inspected by the Responsible Electrical Engineer (REE) and report to be issued.

  • Electrical drawing available and current

  • Portable electrical equipment, cables, plugs, inspection program in place.

  • Circuits and equipment labelled

  • Earth rods testing and inspection.

  • Damage to cables extension leads etc. (Daisy chaining/ overloading/ fan heaters)

  • Are comms rooms inspected? (Clear of unused equipment/ Air con settings)

11. Fire/emergency evacuation

  • Has the site a up to date Fire Risk Assessment? (Who completed/ when/ outstanding actions/ next review date)

  • Has all ignition/ fuel sources been identified and controlled? (Gas bottles/ fixed wiring/ gas heating)

  • Evacuation routes are free from obstructions (Monthly inspections completed/ by whom)

  • Emergency equipment e.g. Fire extinguishers (last service date/ Monthly inspections completed/ whom)

  • Emergency lighting (last service date/ Monthly inspections completed/ whom)

  • Provision is made for disabled and temporarily incapacitated persons where appropriate

  • Fire alarm tests and drills completed (service date/ weekly test, using various call points/ 6 monthly fire evacuation)

  • Staff have appropriate knowledge and training in fire procedures (Who has received training/ when)

  • Hot work controlled

  • Enough ventilation on chemical storage facility/ warehouse

  • Smoking controls in place with designated smoking area.

  • Control of vehicles -vehicles are not parked in approximately to a high risk area for a long period.

  • Preventive maintenance schedule and inspection for mobile equipments ( forklift, reach stacker, heavy vehicles, cars ....etc)

  • Good housekeeping prevents building up of combustible, waste or chemicals spillage)

  • Pre-start inspections to be conducted for all equipment.

  • Bunding of fuels storages in process areas to contain pool fire.

  • Separation distance of Oxidisers from fuels ....(Minimum 10M)

12. Ladders/ Scaffolding / access equipments

  • What is the process to manage erection, inspection, and use of scaffolds? I there compliance with local legislative requirements?

  • Portable ladders registered and inspected.

  • Fixed ladders > 6M have ladder cages or fall protection installed?

  • Work at height risk assessment completed and in date (Who completed/ actions completed)

  • Ladder inspections completed (Ladder tag system in place/ who completes)

  • Access equipment in good condition (Ladders used correctly and stored correctly)

  • What process do you use to ensure that the use of ladders is managed?

13. Noise

  • Training in noise controls

  • Segregation of workers not involved

  • Engineering controls, e.g. Acoustic lagging, isolation of equipment.

  • Audiometry (pre-placement and ongoing annually)

  • Noise monitoring, mapping program.

  • Signage of high noise areas

  • Use low noise methods

  • Exposure known - personal dosimetry conducted

  • Out sourcing noisy activities

  • Hearing conservation training

  • Noise management plan prepared, ongoing initiatives.

  • Job rotation

14. Internal transport (FLT)/ Lifting Equipments.

  • Lifting equipment of approved design, registered, inspected and identifies.

  • Periodic inspections up to date?

  • Risk assessments made before special lifting

  • No personnel working under suspend loads.

  • Per use checks completed

  • Unauthorised use of internal transport (Key control/ Named users)

  • Unauthorised carriage of passengers

  • Drivers disregarding safety rules e.g speed limits

  • Road and pedestrian routes in good order

  • Unsafe practices e.g. Travelling with raised forks

  • Battery charging area clear of obstructions (Ventilated/ staff trained/ Risk assessed)

  • Are staff trained on how to change a gas bottle (Documented)

15. Machinery guarding/safety

  • Has all Machinery been risk assessed/ By whom?

  • Where required has machinery received a statutory inspection? (What machinery/ when/ by whom)

  • All dangerous parts guarded?

  • All guards in good condition and correctly fitted

  • Emergency stop controls are accessible,working, and correctly fitted (Inspected monthly/ by whom)

  • That access to any dangerous part is prevented whilst machine in motion

  • Trip devices where fitted function correctly

  • Machinery can be positively isolated

  • Only trained and competent persons operate machinery (Named staff/ when trained)

  • Lockout procedure when cleaning

  • No guard, No run Policy enforced

  • Routine guarding audit/ inspection

  • Behaviour safety program

  • Pre start list prepared and used.

  • Awareness training done and toolbox talk

  • Startup alarms or beacons

16. Environmental/welfare Including Waste Management

  • Does the site hold a ISO 14001 certificate (Works with the o2o environmental management system)

  • Has the site conducted any environmental spills/ training

  • Lighting, heating, ventilation,humidity, dust suppression, fume extraction etc. (Service schedule where possible)

  • Has a water risk assessment taken place (Date/ outstanding actions)

  • Who is responsible for taking water temperature checks (How often/ sample temps/ training recieved)

  • Sanitation, washing facilities

  • Are unused/ little used outlets flushed weekly (toilets/ outside taps/ showers)

  • Drinking water available

  • Waste management coordinator appointed.

  • Wast survey competed and waste reduction targets set?

  • Waste segregated (chemical, contaminated packaging. Separate and labelling of waste types with MSDSs?

  • Waste disposal via accredited contractors with tracking?

  • Waste and effluent stream monitoring and reporting in place and consistent with regulatory requirements (e.g. NPI)

  • Environmental impact assessment done for the site, reviewed and maintained & stored in the sites dossier?

17. First aid

  • Specific Procedure applicable to the site.

  • Has a first aid risk assessment been completed?

  • First aider list posted (How many first aiders/ training received/ refreshers due)

  • Accident book available (Where/ accident procedure known/ last RIDDOR accident/ investigations completed.

  • Near Miss/ Incidents reported (Procedure known/ last NM Reported/ Investigations completed)

  • First aid box checks (Who by/ how often/ documented)

  • Eye wash stations checked (Who by/ how often/ documented)

18. Internal QHSE Audits

  • Effective internal auditing system with audit schedule against the procedures in place?

  • Recording of internal audits recommendations and follow -up

  • Is there any process to assess compliance against work instructions ( E.g. JCCs)

  • Internal auditors independent of area being audited and had sufficient training?

19. Other site Risk Assessments

  • Who is responsible for completing/ reviewing risk assessments on site?

  • What other site risk assessments are in place?

  • Does the site make use of the Risk Assessment Manual? (in use/ signed)

20. Compressed air

  • Test, inspection records up to date

  • Identification mark legible

  • Staff are trained and are using compressed air correctly

21. Protective clothing, equipment

  • Suitability and fitting, comfort

  • Correct usage and storage, care and maintenance

  • Worn where required

22. Safety signs

  • In good condition

  • Visible

  • Correctly displayed where required

23. Manual handling

  • Pre- placement and ongoing health assessment done

  • Picking heavy objects, process and practices been reviewed.

  • Appropriate trolleys and other aids provided and maintained.

  • Early recognition and reporting of manual handling injuries.

  • Staff training and aware of safe handling methods

  • Purchasing policy considers pack size and shape.

  • Job rotation, load limits, rest breaks to reduce the load.

  • Variety of tasks / No repetitive activities.

  • Modification system identifies changes to manual handling ergonomic risks.

  • Suitable manual handling aids available and in use

  • Manual handling assessments (risk assessment manual in place and used?)

  • All lifts > 10Kg limited to between knees and shoulders.

  • Ergonomic issues (Identify from observation)

24. QHSE Training, supervision

  • Has the essential QHSE competences for key positions between and documented.

  • Have line managers attended QHSE Leadership training and had follow-up training?

  • Is there an appropriate, timely induction training process for all employees?

  • Training recorded

  • Is there a contractor induction and hazards training for site/ project specific hazards.

  • Is there evidence of active comprehensive structured refresher training programs?

  • Is there training in the key QHSE aspects ( e.g. PPE, Clearance to work, work permit, confined space entry, MSDSs).

  • Evidence of induction or other suitable training

  • Familiar with Risk assessments/safe systems of work

  • Adequate supervision of vulnerable people e.g. Young persons

  • Observed to be working correctly.

25. Control of Contractors.

  • Procedure for management of contractors with selection based on competence checks.

  • System of contractor site induction, emergency and hazard training; health assessment where appropriate?

  • Conductors working on site produce equipment inspections and are controlled by permit to work where appropriate?

  • Contractors required to produce job safety analysis?

26. Management of Physical Security

  • Who is the person responsible for physical security on site? What physical security training has this person received?

  • Site security manual and or emergency procedure manual prepared? Includes details of responsible law enforcement agency?

  • Personnel at high risk facility carry photo identified?

  • Under what circumstances would you conduct a physical security risk assessment ( e.g. Local threat, new high risk product, projects, etc)

  • Contract guards, etc hold appropriate licences?

  • Appropriate security measures applied to physical boundaries, computer systems, etc. (Extra for major hazards facility)?

  • Security related incidents reported to company security manager and where agreed to local law enforcement agencies?

27. Permit to Work

  • All non routine takes requires permit to work

  • Permit to work system exists, authorised issues formally appointed and trained, recipients trained?

  • Scope of permit to work is defined , JHA done, duration, limitation met, record kept.

  • What permit to work system do you use to ensure that the system is effectively managed? Is it appropriate for site risk?

  • Exemptions to permit to work are clearly documented and approved, exempt workgroups clearly defined? (Live LV electrical work)

  • Re-trained of authorised persons every 2 years? And trading records to be maintained.

  • How do you ensure that a "mod" form has been approved prior to issuing a permit to work for a modification job?

  • What is your procedure for issue and close out process with regards to handover and hand-back? Are there occasions where personal handover / hand back cannot be carried out? How do you manage this situation?

  • How are people responsible for the site and equipments informed of work in the area and what authorities do they hold?

  • Permit to work issued for those responsible for the site and equipments, any self issuance meets exemption requirements?

28. Hot work Permit

  • How do you determine whether or not to issue a Hot Work Permit on your site?

  • Hot work permit to work issuer training and authorized

  • Standby person trained and has fire extinguisher

  • Hot work certificate cross referenced to permit to work certificate and JHA reflects activities.

  • Limits of 5% LEL applied for atmosphere testing in areas that may contain flammable atmosphere.

  • Gas tests by non- Bollore witnessed by permit to work issuer.

  • Work area inspected after 1 hr and signed off.

  • Do you have an example where alternative methods to hot work have been considered? Is this includes in your training for hot work permit issuers?

29. Lone and Isolated Workers

  • At risk workers identified, risk assessments done and controls in place

  • Communication defined

  • Tastes that cannot be performed ( restrictions) documented?

30. Working in Heat and Other Extremes.

  • Risk assessment done for heat, cold, us, altitude as applicable?

  • Appropriate controls, protective equipments or system provided with training.

  • Sun screen available and used?

  • Wide brimmed hats ad available and used?

  • Long sleeves and long trousers worn?

  • Appropriate uv sunglasses supplied and work.

31. Drugs and Alcohol

  • Staffs made aware of drugs and alcohol policy, training recorded?

  • Appropriate controls and authorization for alcohol on site and for off-site company sponsored functions?

  • Does the site drug and alcohol testing program comply with the procedure?

32. Health Assessments and Monitoring

  • Pre-placement (prior to offer), Jon transfer and scheduled periodic assessments undertaken and performance documented.

  • What process are in place to identify and assess potentially impaired employees (e.g. Sick leave manage management and 'for cause' health assessment?

  • Which periodic 'fitness for work' health assessments are carried out on site?

  • Personal health risk management reviews prepared and recorded.

  • Health effects (audiometry, spirometry ) and biological monitoring programs compliant with OSHA Authority.

33. Behavioral Safety Program

  • A behavioral safety program in place, staff trains and participating?

34. Underground and Secondary Containment

  • Have you identified the site list of environmentally hazardous substances and prepared the risk management plan?

  • Underground tanks, pipes, bunds, pits, and lagoons with impervious surfaces and inspected periodically?

  • Tanks, drums, ISO -tanks, solid material stored on sealed bunded areas? Tanker loading bays bunded and sealed?

  • What method are used for inspecting and testing underground and secondary containment system s?

  • Bund water retained and tested prior to release?

  • All leaks into or from underground or secondary containment reported and investigated?

35. QHSE Plans

  • Plan content adequate , i.e. General follows

  • Plan prepared in consultation with the work groups.

  • Responsibilities identified to complete actions identified with the plan?

  • Does the plan include actions to close the gapes in 'critical procedures'?

  • Plan and QHSE capital budget signed off by business manager.

36. QHSE Policies and Procedures.

  • QHSE Policy up to date and well publicized?

  • QHSE procedures manual (or equivalent) exists and is readily available?

  • Have the procedure being identified and audited?

  • Is there a training program for users and owners of the procedure?

  • Is there a systematic method of scheduling recurring QHSE activities?

37. QHSE Management Resources

  • Clear definition of business and site responsibilities?

  • Accountabilities for key QHSE and physical security functions and reporting clearly defined in position descriptions and are currently?

  • QHSE line and functional roles clearly differentiated?

  • Responsible engineer arrangements in place and role and responsibilities documented?

38. QHSE Objectives and Targets.

  • KPI's and PPI's set for the facility and measurements of performance made?

  • QHSE Performance reported to the workgroups and the company?

39. Significant Risk Management

  • QHSE risks identified, assessed (e.g. Significant risk audit or HIRAC by trained personnel and documented (e.g. Site QHSE risk register)!

  • Critical procedures identified base on significant risks.

  • Clear links of significant risks to induction training

  • Clear links of significant risks to ongoing training program

  • Significant risk register kept updated

  • Hazards and critical controls clearly identified and managed e.g. Incorporated into work instructions and site/ yard equipment inspection schedule?

  • JHA prepared for non-routine tasks and clearance to work activities.

  • Critical controls clearly identified

  • KPI related to compliance with critical controls.

  • Internal audits of critical controls.

40. Emergency Management.

  • Non essential workers in another areas

  • Fire detection system installed (smoke, heat detectors)

  • Emergency plan prepared and current periodic updated?

  • Emergency exit marked and checked for appropriateness

  • Emergency drills done

  • Emergency assembly point defined, signed and appropriate.

  • Fire and emergency crew receive specialist incident management training

  • Emergency plan defines actions for incident scenarios including fire.

  • Emergency crew understand actions for each building, area and scenario.

  • Emergency training with external authorities

  • Emergency plan including command structure

  • System for head count during emergency?

  • System in place incident/ (accidents, security, traffic, transport and complaints) covering employees and contractors.

  • Investigation done using five steps process and root cause analysis.

  • System to ensure investigations are done, closed out rate measured, corrective action taken and effectives.

41. Pumps Management

  • Over temperature prevention

  • Dead heading prevented

  • Dry running prevented

  • Adherence to trips testing schedule

  • Register all pumps and maintain to the company standard (frequency, checks, etc )

  • Training and sure idiot of maintenance

  • Preventative maintenance program established.

  • KPI's established for maintenance

42. Working on Customer Sites

  • Vehicles equipped with first aid kit, safety, triangle, fire extinguisher

  • Traffic management plan to include safe access to main roadway/ crossing roadways.

  • Selection of competent transport company

  • Car, vehicle, equipment audit

  • Routine maintenance on vehicles

  • ERS numbers supplied

  • No alcohol or drug driving

  • Licensed drivers only

  • Defensive driving training

  • Customer standards known, understood and in place.

  • Appropriate vehicle for the load

  • Bollore standards adopted as a minimum

  • JHA done for individual customer site activities and reviewed at each visit.

  • Customer site risk views current and controls known and understood by all staffs

43. Vehicle/ Forklift/ Truck/ Mobile Equipments

  • Risk assessments done (including use of attachments

  • Access to mixed traffic areas restricted

  • Define traffic flow, segregation & marked walkways.

  • Physical barriers used to separate pedestrian areas

  • Building lighting and visibility adequate.

  • Restricted access to site and operational area

  • Hi- Vis clothing used by staff and visitors.

  • Maintenance of equipment

  • Define loading and unloading areas

  • FLT's prevented from operating on dirty or unsealed surfaces.

  • Drains covered

  • FLT correct design for stability (tyre, track, width etc)

  • Driver's licensed

  • Training of forklift truck, mobile equipment, drivers and awareness.

  • Re- training program active annually

  • Pre-start checks

  • Rollover protection, roof protection, flashing lights, extinguishers, horn and reversing hooter

  • Cabin placards include SWL

  • Mirrors at blind corners

  • Correct rating of lifting equipment for loads

  • Operator and pedestrian behaviors

  • Seat belts installed and used

  • Forklift only used for transporting equipments ( not passengers vehicle)

  • System to control hired equipments

  • Speed limits set and forced.

  • Periodic health assessments for drivers

  • Fall protections or restriction on top of load access

  • Engineering inspections of attachments.

  • Roads and surface in good condition

  • Visitors controls

  • Control in place for truck drivers during loading

  • Reversing alarms required on all mobile equipment

  • Access to mixed traffic areas restricted

44. Chemical Contacts

  • Work instructions documented

  • Hazardous substance identified

  • Chemical risk assessment (JHA, JCC's done and reviewed

  • Identified exposures monitored

  • Safety showers and eyewash appropriate

  • Appropriate PPE defined, available, worn and enforced.

  • Training in PPE, training in work instructions and chemical awareness.

  • Maintenance of equipment

  • Equipments fit for purpose

  • MSDS available and current

  • Isolations of operators from the line of fire and chemical exposure ( remote transfer)

  • Spill kits and procedures known

  • Lines heat traced to above fudge temperature.

  • SOPs should incorporate JHA from line break, de- fudging, unloading developed.

  • Hoses, containers, ISO tanks registered and inspected.

  • First aid training including special training for treatments.

45. Working at Heights - Vehicles

  • Risk assessment done

  • JHA and clearance system used

  • Training of people working in cage and of forklift truck operators.

  • Fall protection installed, training provided and used.

  • Inspections and maintenance of fall arrest equipments.

  • Restricted access to trucks and ISOs advertised.

  • Site top of load activity procedures in place

  • Fall protection used for trucks (e.g. Harness / fall arrest)

  • Stairs, platforms or fall protection for ISO or truck access

  • Truck fitted with safety gates or safety rails

  • Drop down platform for gantry access to trucks

  • Controls on access to top of loads on trucks.

  • Loading docks prevent fall when not in use.

  • Truck access eliminated with ground level controls

  • High standards of house keeping

  • Awareness training and reinforce behaviors.

46. Working at Heights - Operations & Maintenance

  • Risk assessment done

  • Appropriate access to sampling points

  • JHA and clearance system used

  • Fall protection used (e.g. Harness / fall protections)

  • Self closing or rollover gates on platforms.

  • Access by ladder eliminated

  • No work near open gates (loading pallets to platform)

  • Elevated work appropriate for use

  • Forklift truck cages has gates and harness mounting

  • Working at height procedure in place and used.

  • Awareness training and reinforce behaviors.

  • Safety harness used where there is no hand rails

  • High standards of house keeping

  • Ladders fitted with cages / platforms at 6M

  • Platforms used for maintenance

  • Equipment is approved, tested and maintained.

47. Initiation Event from Inadequate Decontamination.

  • Procedure identified for decontamination of process equipments.

  • Decontamination methods and standards defined.

  • Maintenance people trained in chemicals and explosive awareness.

  • Training given on decontaminations process

  • Only people trained to conduct decontamination process

  • Use of decontamination tags.

  • Tools specified and available

  • Maintenance, Technical or facility work instructions include decontaminations.

  • All maintenance works conducted under permit with JHA

  • Testing for contamination documented as part of permit.

  • Authorization current and documented.

  • Internal audits done, e.g. Open/ close clearance.

  • General awareness of requirements

48. Confined Space Entry

  • Active process to minimize need to enter

  • Confined space register exists

  • Confined spaces signed, locked or access restricted.

  • Confined space entry procedure in place and audited

  • Trained issuers, standby, insider and tester

  • Work scope full defined with full and detailed risk assessment documented each time prior to entry.

  • Low voltage and flameproof equipment used inside

  • Contractors and other trained in local confined space entry requirements

  • Gas testing available and calibration current

  • Testers trained and accredited.

  • Air test done before entry and continues monitoring

  • Extension hoses on samplers

  • Maintenance of equipment used (gas tester)

  • Initial entry conducted by person familiar with vessel

  • Rescue procedures prepared and rehearsed.

  • Breathers available and used

  • First aiders available and trained.

Other statutory requirements for site

  • Gas safety completed? (Gas boiler)

  • Air con serviced (How many/ actions required)

  • Asbestos survey completed (Identified/ Risk assessed/ Inspections documented)

  • lightning rods inspected

  • Does the site have shutter doors/ dock levellers? (last service date/ any history of damage)

  • Does the site have a passenger lift (LOLER/ when was the last service/ any issues identified/ outstanding

Summery and Signature

  • Select date

  • Site Manager/ Supervisor

  • QHSE Representan

  • QHSE Auditor

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