1.0 - ADMINISTRATIVE

  • 1.1 - Hazardous materials survey on site?

  • 1.1.1 - Has the survey been reviewed with the crew?

  • 1.1.2 - Is it easily accessible for the crew to review?

  • 1.1.3 - Are the crew asbestos awareness trained?

  • Identify the person who has been contacted to get a copy of the survey onto site. Once received, get confirmation from Supervisor that it has been reviewed and that it is easily accessible to the crew.

  • 1.2 - Has a Site Specific Safety Plan (SSSP) been prepared?

  • 1.2.1 - Has it been reviewed with the crew?

  • 1.3 - Are OSHA 300 Logs posted?

  • 1.4 - Are OSHA and State posters posted on site?

2.0 - PROJECT COMMUNICATION

  • 2.1 - Has a Safety Meeting been completed within the last 7 days?

  • 2.1.1 - Is the Safety Meeting adequate for the work being performed on site?

  • 2.1.2 - Has the entire crew attended the Safety Meeting?

3.0 - HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

  • 3.1 - On a scale of 1 to 10, have Pre-Tasks been completed for all current tasks?

  • Which tasks are missing a pre-task plan?

  • 3.2 - For the Pre-Tasks which have been completed, do they identify ALL known hazards and controls?

  • Name the hazards and/or controls which were missed.

  • 3.3 - Have the Pre-Tasks been reviewed with ALL applicable employees?

  • Name the employees missed (and task).

  • 3.4 - Are the controls identified in the pre-task plan being followed?

4.0 - FIRST AID AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

  • 4.1 - Does the supervisor have a current first aid card?

  • 4.2 - Are adequate first aid supplies on site?

  • 4.3 - Has an adequate emergency egress plan been developed?

  • 4.3.1 - After questioning a representative sample of employees, do you feel they have an understanding of what to do in the event of an emergency?

  • 4.4 - Is emergency egress route clear and well lit?

5.0 - PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (INCLUDING PROPERLY WORN AND MAINTAINED)

  • 5.1 - Hard Hats

  • With a high score of 10, which score would you give for this policy being adequately enforced/followed?

  • Name the employee(s) not wearing as required.

  • 5.2 - Class II Vest

  • With a high score of 10, which score would you give for this policy being adequately enforced/followed?

  • Name the employee(s) not wearing as required.

  • 5.3 - Hi-Visibility Clothing

  • With a high score of 10, which score would you give for this policy being adequately enforced/followed?

  • Name the employee(s) not wearing as required.

  • 5.4 - Adequate Gloves

  • With a high score of 10, which score would you give for this policy being adequately enforced/followed?

  • Name the employee(s) not wearing as required.

  • 5.5 - Safety Boots

  • With a high score of 10, which score would you give for this policy being adequately enforced/followed?

  • Name the employee(s) not wearing as required.

  • 5.6 - Arm Guards

  • With a high score of 10, which score would you give for this policy being adequately enforced/followed?

  • Name the employee(s) not wearing as required.

  • 5.7 - Hearing Protection

  • With a high score of 10, which score would you give for this policy being adequately enforced/followed?

  • Name the employee(s) not wearing as required.

  • 5.8 - Safety Glasses

  • With a high score of 10, which score would you give for this policy being adequately enforced/followed?

  • Name the employee(s) not wearing as required.

  • 5.9 - Face Shield

  • With a high score of 10, which score would you give for this policy being adequately enforced/followed?

  • Name the employee(s) not wearing as required.

  • 5.10 - Chainsaw Chaps

  • With a high score of 10, which score would you give for this policy being adequately enforced/followed?

  • Name the employee(s) not wearing as required.

  • 5.11 - Knee Pads

  • With a high score of 10, which score would you give for this policy being adequately enforced/followed?

  • Name the employee(s) not wearing as required.

6.0 - HAZARD COMMUNICATION

  • 6.1 - Are we using hazardous chemicals, as defined by the Hazard Communication Regulations?

  • 6.1.1 - Are we maintaining a list of chemicals on site?

  • 6.1.2 - Do our employees have easy access to Safety Data Sheet?

  • 6.1.3 - Has the requirements of the Safety Data Sheet been reviewed with the crew?

  • 6.1.4 - Chemical being used safely (PPE, spill prevention, spill response)?

  • 6.1.5 - Are chemicals being stored safety?

  • 6.1.6 - Are employees trained in the new Hazard Communication (SDS) requirements?

7.0 - HOUSEKEEPING AND LIGHTING

  • 7.1 - Are pathways clear throughout the project?

  • 7.2 - Have impalement hazards been removed?

  • 7.3 - Are equipment, tools, and materials being stored safely?

  • 7.4 - Is debris being managed safely?

  • 7.5 - Is adequate lighting available throughout our work area?

8.0 - FIRE PREVENTION

  • 8.1 - Based on the work area size and hazards present, is adequate fire fighting equipment readily available?

  • 8.2 - Are fire extinguishers in good condition?

  • 8.3 - Have fire extinguisher inspection tags been completed?

  • 8.4 - Is a Hot Work Permit required?

  • 8.4.1 - Has it been completed and approved?

  • 8.4.2 - Is it adequate for the hot work task?

  • 8.4.3 - Is the Hot Work Permit located next to the hot work area?

  • 8.5 - Are flammable liquids being stored safely, in accordance with applicable regulations, i.e. quantities, cabinets, and containers?

9.0 - FALL PROTECTION

  • 9.1 - Are people being protected from impalement hazards?

  • 9.2 - Are people being protected from falling onto dangerous equipment or debris piles?

  • 9.3 - Are fall hazards greater than 4 feet present?

  • 9.3.1 - Have adequate guardrails been installed?

  • 9.3.2 - Have warning lines been installed?

  • 9.3.2(a) - Have warning lines been installed 15-feet back from unprotected edge inside the building?

  • 9.3.2(b) - Have warning lines been installed 6-feet back from unprotected roof edge?

  • 9.3.2(c) - Is rope, or similar strength material, being used for warning line?

  • 9.3.2(d) - Are warning lines flagged at least every 6-feet?

  • 9.3.2(e) - Are warning lines installed in a manner that prevents sagging below 36-inches?

  • 9.3.3 - Have floor holes or floor openings been adequately protected/isolated?

  • 9.4 - Is fall restraint or fall arrest equipment being used?

  • 9.4.1 - Has a fall protection plan been prepared?

  • 9.4.1(a) - Does it clearly identify the scope of work and fall hazards present?

  • 9.4.1(b) - Does it clearly identify the type of fall arrest/restraint equipment to be used for the specific hazard?

  • 9.4.1(c) - Does it clearly identify how and where the anchor point will be set up?

  • 9.4.1(d) - Does it clearly identify how we will protect other trades/employees who will pass through or under out work area?

  • 9.4.1(e) - Does it identify an appropriate rescue plan?

  • 9.4.1(f) - Is the fall protection plan being followed?

  • 9.4.1(g) - Has the fall protection plan been reviewed with everyone associated with the fall hazard?

  • 9.4.2 - Is fall protection equipment being worn properly?

  • 9.4.3 - Has fall protection equipment been inspected?

  • 9.4.4 - Is the selected anchor point strong enough?

  • 9.4.5 - Is the anchor point in the correct position?

  • 9.4.6 - Is lanyard adequate for fall hazard and height?

  • 9.4.7 - Are crews fall protection trained?

  • 9.4.8 - Is fall protection equipment being stored safety when not in use?

10.0 - USING MOBILE EQUIPMENT

  • 10.1 - Has equipment been inspected today?

  • 10.2 - Are operators competent?

  • 10.3 - Is equipment being operated on suspended slab?

  • 10.3.1 - Has engineering been performed to confirm equipment use on suspended slab?

  • 10.3.2 - Are the limitations on the engineers calculations (distance between machines, weight limits etc.) being followed?

  • 10.4 - Is work area safe for the operation of equipment (housekeeping, delineated, other trades, spotter, flagger)?

  • 10.5 - Is equipment being operated safely?

  • 10.6 - Is the equipment operating next to an unprotected edge?

  • 10.6.1 - Are unprotected edge hazards identified and controlled (cable, signage, wheel stop etc)?

  • 10.6.2 - Is the method of protecting the equipment sufficient?

  • 10.6.3 - Can the supervisor provide evidence that the edge protection is being inspected AT LEAST once per day?

11.0 - ELECTRICAL

  • 11.1 - Electrical equipment and cords in good condition?

  • 11.2 - Proper GFCI being used?

  • 11.3 - Are cords and equipment being properly protected from damage?

12.0 - HAND TOOLS (POWERED AND NON-POWERED)

  • 12.1 - Is tool in good condition (clean, decals etc)?

  • 12.2 - Is the tool the correct tool for the task?

  • 12.3 - Is the tool being used properly?

  • 12.4 - Is the operator competent?

13.0 - ASBESTOS ABATEMENT

  • Is asbestos abatement being performed on this project?

13.1 - Competency

  • 13.1.1 - Is the project being supervised by a licensed asbestos abatement supervisor?

  • 13.1.2 - Are the asbestos workers licensed/certified?

13.2 - Medical Clearance

  • 13.2.1 - Are asbestos medical clearances current for all abatement personnel on site?

  • 13.2.2 - Are respiratory medical clearances current for all abatement personnel on site?

13.3 - Respirator Use, Maintenance, and Fit Testing

  • 13.3.1 - Are asbestos personnel fit tested (within last 12 months) for the type of respirators being worn?

  • 13.3.2 - Are respirators being cleaned as required?

13.4 - Asbestos Monitoring (Personal, Area, etc)

  • 13.4.1 - Has comparable pre-abatement sampling been performed for indoor abatement operations?

  • 13.4.2 - Has representative and sufficient personal exposure monitoring been performed for asbestos operations?

  • 13.4.3 - Has outside work area monitoring been performed daily (other trades working adjacent to regulated area) or every other day when no other trades are present?

  • 13.4.4 - Has monitoring been performed at the exhaust of the negative air machine (every other day)?

  • 13.4.5 - For those regulated areas cleared, was the clearance obtained from same location as pre-abatement, and did it meet applicable clearance limits?

13.5 - Work Controls (All Classes)

  • 13.5.1 - Have the work areas been regulated using appropriate signage/banner tape?

  • 13.5.2 - Are vacuums HEPA filtered?

  • 13.5.3 - Are appropriate wet methods being used?

13.6 - Decontamination

  • 13.6.1 - Is an appropriate change area set up for abatement activities?

  • 13.6.2 - Does the abatement work require a shower to be provided?

  • 13.6.2(a) - Has a working shower (warm water, shampoo, etc.) been set up?

  • 13.6.2(b) - Is shower water being filtered to at least 5 microns?

  • 13.6.3 - Are equipment/"dirty" room/area set up properly?

  • 13.6.4 - Are equipment/"dirty" room/areas being used properly?

  • 13.6.5 - Are personnel following the required decontamination processes?

13.7 - Class I Asbestos Abatement

  • 13.7.1 - Is Class I abatement being performed?

  • 13.7.1(a) - Have critical barriers been installed over ALL openings to the regulated area?

  • 13.7.1(b) - Have fixed objects inside the regulated area been covered and protected to prevent contamination?

  • 13.7.1(c) - Have floor surfaces been protected with poly?

  • 13.7.1(d) - Does the negative pressure enclosure maintain at least 4 air changes per hour?

  • 13.7.1(e) - Do manometer records show we are maintaining a minimum of -0.02 column inches of pressure differential, relative to outside pressure?

  • 13.7.1(f) - Is the alarm set to be audible?

  • 13.7.1(g) - Is air flow within the negative pressure enclosure being directed away from ALL employees within the enclosure, and toward the HEPA filtered negative air machines?

  • 13.7.1(h) - Do supervisor records show evidence of daily enclosure inspections (prior to the start of each shift)?

13.8 - Class II Asbestos Abatement

  • 13.8.1 - Is Class II asbestos abatement being performed?

  • 13.8.1(a) - Is material being removed intact?

  • 13.8.1(b) - Is material being kept wet, especially at point of contact?

13.9 - Glove Bagging

  • 13.9.1 - Is glove bag abatement being performed?

  • 13.9.1(a) - Is the glove bag at least 6-mil thick?

  • 13.9.1(b) - If the glove bag is being used on elbows and other connections - has it been designed for that purpose?

  • 13.9.1(c) - Does the glove bag cover the entire circumference of the item being abated?

  • 13.9.1(d) - Do supervisor records show evidence that the glove bag has been smoke tested prior to use?

  • 13.9.1(e) - Has loose and friable asbestos materials adjacent to the glove bag operation been wrapped in at least two layers of 6-mil poly?

  • 13.9.1(f) - Does the glove bag set up allow the work to be performed, while maintaining integrity when water and waste are added?

  • 13.9.1(g) - Are at least two people perform the glove bag operation?

13.10 - Waste Handling and Disposal

  • 13.10.1 - Is debris being cleaned up and disposed of in a prompt manner?

  • 13.10.2 - Is debris being disposed of in leak tight containers?

  • 13.10.3 - Is debris properly labeled?

  • 13.10.4 - Have glove bags been collapsed using a HEPA vacuum prior to disposal?

14.0 - DEMOLITION OPERATIONS

  • 14.1 - During demolition: when material is being dropped to the floor, is it being dropped in a manner which allows safe travel through the work area, and/or away from the work area by the person performing the task?

  • 14.2 - After demolition: have all residual hazards been removed? For example, overhead, laceration, or fall/trip hazards.

  • 14.3 - Is the work area being adequately protected from unauthorized access?

  • 14.4 - Have utilities been disconnected?

  • 14.4.1 - Has that been visually confirmed?

  • 14.4.2 - How was it confirmed?

  • 14.4.3 - If working around energized utilities: is there an appropriate plan for working around these utilities?

  • 14.4.3(a) - After questioning a representative sample of employees, do you feel they have an understanding of what those controls are?

  • 14.4.3(b) - Is the plan being followed?

  • 14.5 - Does the work involve the use of a drop zone/chute?

  • 14.5.1 - Is the drop zone/chute being protected by a red light/green light or similar system?

  • 14.5.2 - If over 20 feet in height, is the drop zone/chute protected by appropriate barriers?

  • 14.6 - Does the work involve structural demolition?

  • 14.6.1 - Has an engineering survey been performed for the work?

  • 14.6.2 - Based on the engineering survey, has a demolition work plan been prepared for the work?

  • 14.6.3 - Is the work plan being followed?

15.0 - LEAD (AND OTHER HEAVY METALS)

  • Is lead being disturbed?

  • 15.1 - Has a site-specific lead compliance plan been prepared?

  • 15.1.1 - Does it adequately identify all the areas of lead we will disturb?

  • 15.1.2 - Has it been reviewed with the crew?

  • 15.1.3 - Does it identify adequate exposure prevention controls for the type lead work being performed?

  • 15.2 - Is the work area regulated using lead banner tape/signage? NOT REQUIRED IF EXPOSURE MONITORING SHOWS WE ARE BELOW THE ACTION LEVEL.

  • 15.3 - Are appropriate engineering controls being used to prevent exposure, i.e. ventilation, wet methods?

  • 15.4 - Are proper respirators being worn for type of work being performed?

  • 15.5 - Are respirator users medically cleared to wear respirators?

  • 15.6 - Are respirator users fit tested (within the last 12 months) for the respirator they are using?

  • 15.7 - Are disposable coveralls (and/or other PPE) being worn as required?

  • 15.8 - Has representative exposure monitoring been performed or has a negative exposure assessment been performed?

  • 15.9 - Are exposure results posted?

  • 15.10 - Have decontamination areas been set up?

  • 15.10.1 - Are they adequate for the work being performed?

  • 15.10.2 - Are they being used properly?

  • 15.11 - Has a TCLP been performed for the various waste streams?

16.0 - OUTDOOR HEAT EXPOSURE

  • 16.1 - Adequate supply of cool water/Gatorade available?

  • 16.2 - Adequate supply of cups (including disposal of used cups)?

  • 16.3 - Heat hazards discussed with crew?

  • 16.4 - Has the crew been trained in outdoor heat awareness?

  • 16.5 - Shaded area set up?

17.0 - INDOOR AIR QUALITY

  • 17.1 - Is dust being adequately controlled within the building?

  • Is exhaust emitting equipment being operated inside the building?

  • 17.2 - Are CO monitors on the equipment and/or designated spotter?

  • 17.2.1 - What is the reading (PPM) on the CO monitor? Identify location if showing multiple readings.

  • 17.3 - Have the CO monitors been calibrated within the last 30 days, or within manufacturers recommended timeframe?

  • 17.4 - Have CO monitors been bump tested or reset for todays operations?

  • 17.5 - Interview a representative sample of the employees on site - are they familiar with the steps to be taken in the event the CO alarm goes off?

18.0 - LADDERS

  • 18.1 - Podium ladder used properly?

  • 18.2 - Extension ladder installed properly?

  • 18.3 - Extension ladders being used properly?

  • 18.4 - Ladders in good condition?

19.0 - SCAFFOLDING

  • Are we performing work on scaffolding?

  • 19.1 - Was scaffolding erected by a competent person?

  • 19.2 - Has it been erected properly?

  • 19.3 - Was the scaffold inspected before use?

  • 19.4 - Is the type of scaffolding used adequate for the type of work being performed?

  • 19.5 - Is it adequately protected from collapse (secured to building, outriggers)?

  • 19.6 - Is the area providing access and egress free of debris, materials, and/or equipment?

  • 19.7 - Is the scaffolding being maintained in a safe and clean condition?

  • 19.8 - In icy conditions - are slip hazards being removed from the scaffold?

20.0 - CONFINED SPACE

  • Are we performing work in confined spaces, as defined by industry standards?

  • 20.1 - Is the confined space non-permit required?

  • 20.1.1 - Was the reclassification of the confined space to non-permit properly documented?

  • 20.1.2 - Was the reclassification performed properly?

  • 20.2 - Is the confined space a permit-required confined space?

  • 20.2.1 - Have employees been effectively informed about the existence, location, and hazards associated with the permit-required confined space?

  • 20.2.2 - Have measure been taken to prevent unauthorized access into the permit-required confined space?

  • 20.2.3 - Have the employees been properly trained?

  • 20.2.4 - Has a pre-entry permit been completed?

  • 20.2.4(a) - Does the permit clearly identify the space?

  • 20.2.4(b) - Does the permit clearly identify reason for entry?

  • 20.2.4(c) - Does the permit clearly identify date and authorized duration of the permit?

  • 20.2.4(d) - Does the permit clearly identify the hazards of the space being entered?

  • 20.2.4(e) - Does the permit clearly identify acceptable entry conditions?

  • 20.2.4(f) - Does the permit clearly identify the results of initial and periodic atmospheric tests?

  • 20.2.4(g) - Does the permit clearly identify measure taken to control the hazards associated with the space?

  • 20.2.4(h) - Does the permit clearly identify the entry supervisor?

  • 20.2.4(i) - Has the entry permit been approved and signed by the entry supervisor?

  • 20.2.4(j) - Does the permit clearly identify any equipment to be provided for safe entry?

  • 20.2.4(k) - Does the permit clearly identify means of rescue?

  • 20.2.5 - Are the entry permit requirements being followed?

21.0 - HYGIENE AND SANITATION

  • 21.1 - Is the break/lunch room being maintained in a clean and hygienic condition?

  • 21.2 - Are there enough bathrooms for the number of people on site?

  • 21.3 - Are the onsite bathrooms being maintained in a clean and sanitary condition?

22.0 - EXCAVATION AND TRENCHING

  • Are we performing work in or with trenches or excavations?

  • 22.1 - Have surface hazards which could affect those inside the excavation been removed or protected?

  • 22.2 - Have calls been made to scan for utilities?

  • 22.2.1 - Have utilities been clearly identified (direction and depth)?

  • 22.2.2 - Will those markings remain visible throughout the excavation process?

  • 22.2.3 - Do those associated with the excavation understand the markings?

  • 22.3 - Has a safe means of access and egress been provided?

  • 22.3.1 - Is it being used as designed?

  • 22.4 - Are mobile equipment/vehicles in operation around the excavation?

  • 22.4.1 - Are those associated with the excavation and those around the equipment/vehicles wearing Class II safety vests?

  • 22.4.2 - is there an approved warning system to control mobile equipment/vehicles operating adjacent to the excavation?

  • 22.5 - Are employees staying clear of overhead loads during the excavation process?

  • 22.6 - Is a water accumulation hazard present within or near the excavation?

  • 22.6.1 - Have approved methods been implemented to prevent water accumulation undermining the stability of the excavation?

  • 22.6.2 - Is water pumps are being used to remove water, has a designated competent person been assigned to monitor?

  • 22.7 - Is the excavation adjacent to other structures?

  • 22.7.1 - Has an appropriate means of supporting the adjacent structure been designed and installed?

  • 22.7.2 - Who designed the support system chosen?

  • 22.8 - Can the supervisor provide you documented evidence that the excavation has been inspected prior to entering?

  • 22.9 - Are safe benching, sloping, bracing, or other approved methods being used to prevent collapse of the excavation?

23.0 - TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

  • Are we performing work which involves public traffic management?

  • 23.1 - Are flaggers currently certified?

  • 23.2 - Are flaggers using the correct traffic stop/slow sign?

  • 23.3 - Are advance warning signs in place?

  • 23.4 - Are flaggers wearing the appropriate PPE (hat, pants etc.)

  • 23.5 - Has a traffic management plan been developed?

  • 23.6 - Is the traffic management plan being followed?

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