• General description of task or works being completed please reference any quote or PO numbers if known

  • If you answer no to any questions add comments and actions taken below. If there is a signifiacant risk to health & safety imidiate action should be taken to instruct work to stop and inform all responcible persons as required


  • 1.0 Risk Assessment correctly used and in place?<br>

  • 1.1 Method Statement in place for works taking place?<br>

  • 1.2 Local A&E location known with emergency services contactable if required?<br>

2. Site Organisation

  • 2.0 Fuelling Station safely set up?

  • 2.1 PPE – available, used correctly etc?

  • 2.3 Site set up / layout – suitable & controlled?

  • 2.5 Chipper location/conversion?

  • 2.6 General Organisation – ropes, tidiness acceptible?

  • 2.4 Correct cordoning, signing, lighting and guarding (ped.& traffic management)?

  • 2.7 Manual handling good practice evident with safe lifting techniques displayed?

  • 2.8 Climbing Techniques acceptible?

  • 2.9 Aerial Rescue Provision in place?

  • 2.10 Emergency Procedure & First Aid Provision adiquate and sutible?

  • 2.11 Effective Communication evident with hand signals adopted if required?

  • 2.12 Other site issues covered, e.g. staff welfare, water, sharps etc.?

3. Tools and Equipment

  • 3.0 Chainsaws comply with AFAG 301 ?

  • 3.3 Climbing kit checked and serviceable?

  • 3.2 Grinders AFAG 606 and handbook available ?

  • 3.1 Chippers AFAG 604 and handbook available?

  • 3.4 Rigging kit checked and serviceable?

  • 3.6 Vehicles loaded and secured correctly?

  • 3.5 Vehicles checked and serviceable?

4. Certification

  • 4.0 Employees adequately qualified for tasks being undertaken?

  • 4.1 Driver correctly licensed for vehicle combination?

5. Any other comments

  • 5.0 Photo's showing general works tasks or areas of concern

  • 5.1 Site drawing

  • 5.2 General Comments

6. Signing off of the Safety Inspection Record

  • 6.0 Signature of person inspecting contractor

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