HSEQ Documents:

  • 1: Have all persons on site received an induction?

  • 2: Is the site HSEQ documentation suitable and sufficient to deliver the current works?

  • 3: Are all risks to third parties controlled?

  • 4: Are appropriate RAMS on site and signed by operatives? (Property Solutions Only)

Working Practices and Procedures:

  • 5: Are appropriate controls in place to protect other contractors, client employees and members of the public?<br>

  • 6: Are the housekeeping standards acceptable?<br>

Access and Egress:

  • 7: Are there sufficient safety signs and barriers on site?

Training:

  • 8: Do all supervisors / managers hold the correct qualifications for their role? (SSSTS / SMSTS)

  • 9: Are all persons on site qualified and competent to undertake their respective works?<br>

  • 10: Are toolbox talks being conducted?<br>

  • 11: Are there sufficient qualified First Aid staff?

  • 12: Are training records available for all staff on site?<br>

Plant, Equipment and Materials:

  • 13: Has appropriate storage for materials and plant been provided?<br>

  • 14: Has all plant and equipment been inspected?<br>

  • 15: Is all plant on site fit for purpose?<br>

Hazardous Substances:

  • 16: Are COSHH assessments available for all required materials and products?<br>

PPE:

  • 17: Has appropriate PPE been supplied?

  • 18: Is the PPE being used correctly?<br>

  • 19: Are all personnel on site wearing CET / Contractor branded work wear? (Select N/A unless Direct Staff)

Occupational Road Risk:

  • 20: Do all CET and contractor vehicles meet requirements?

  • 21: Are all vehicles parked safely?<br>

Environmental:

  • 22: Have all environmental aspects and impacts been assessed?

Welfare and Emergency Procedures:

  • 23: Has appropriate welfare been provided?<br>

  • 24: Have Emergency procedures been briefed and displayed?<br>

  • 25: Are there sufficient First Aid Kits readily available?

Work Safe, Home Safe:

  • 26: Are all persons aware of the Work Safe, Home Safe message?<br>

Electricity:

  • 27: Are all electrical works undertaken safely?

  • 28: Are all electricians competent?<br>

Working at Height:

  • 29: Is the correct equipment being used for work at height?<br>

  • 30: Are all inspections and certifications in date for all working at height equipment?<br>

Noise and Vibration:

  • 31: Are noise and vibration works adequately controlled?<br>

Additional Comments:

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