• Vessel

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Conducted by

  • Location
  • Barge Master

1. Site Notices

  • 1.1. Health and Safety Law poster?

  • 1.2. Employers Liability Insurance Certificate?

  • 1.3. Emergency Arrangements inc fire & water rescue?

2. Barge Documentation

  • 2.1. Have personnel been briefed into the contents of relevant method statements and risk assessments?

  • 2.2. Have all personnel received a Jack Up Barge Induction?

  • 2.3. Are site specific lift plans in place?

  • 2.4. Monthly Tool Box Talks Completed, Recorded and Signed?

3. Marine Safety

  • 3.1. Safety Boat in attendance?

  • 3.2. All personnel wearing auto-inflate life jackets with crotch strap?

  • 3.3. Correct maritime lights/ signal/ flags displayed?

  • 3.4. Means of raising alarm (VHF Radio and Flares)

  • 3.5. Life raft on board and in date?

  • 3.6. Buoyancy aids / rings present with lines attached?

  • 3.7 Barge personnel and visitors register?

4. General Site Safety

  • 4.1. Access/ Egress to and from the workplace (access ladder)?

  • 4.2. Edge protection?

  • 4.3. Holes and openings (moon pools/ jack up legs) securely guarded?

  • 4.4. Walkways level and free from obstructions?

  • 4.5. Deck tidy and materials stored safely?

  • 4.6. Adequate procedures for storage and disposal of waste?

  • 4.7. Adequately lit work areas and access routes?

  • 4.8. Confined spaces assessed and managed?

5. Powered Access Equipment and Man-riding Baskets

  • 5.1. Operated by and trained and competent person (IPAF or similar)?

  • 5.2. Guardrails / toeboards fitted, machine / basket structurally sound?

  • 5.3. Harnesses / Restraint lanyards being used in cherry pickers?

  • 5.4. Daily visual inspections?

  • 5.5. Weekly inspection and 6 monthly thorough examinations?

  • 5.6. Chassis of MEWP secured to deck with adequate chains/ straps?

  • 5.7. Gates operate correctly and are secure when platform in operation?

6. Manual Handling

  • 6.1. Manual handling assessments been completed?

  • 6.2. Mechanical means of movement of materials given priority?

7. Cranes and Lifting Appliances

  • 7.1. Operators trained and competent - CPCS or similar

  • 7.2. Evidence of training for Slinger / Signallers -CPCS or similar

  • 7.3. Crane inspected weekly and thoroughly examined 6 monthly?

  • 7.4. Lifting accessories thoroughly examined 6 monthly?

  • 7.5. Lifting plan / method statement in place for all lifting operations?

8. Plant and Machinery

  • 8.1. Records maintained of inspections of plant and equipment (PUWER)?

  • 8.2. Equipment maintained in good repair and safety devices working?

  • 8.3. Operators trained and competent?

  • 8.4. Drip trays and plant nappies positioned?

9. River Traffic / Waterborne Vessels

  • 9.1. River closures obtained and in place - clear signage displayed?

  • 9.2. Ease-down measures in place to reduce speed of other vessels River Authority / Coast Guard enforcement being implemented?

10. Fire and Emergencies

  • 10.1. Emergency procedures developed for evacuation in the event of an emergency?

  • 10.2. Persons briefed into the arrangements?

  • 10.3. Are the right number and type of fire extinguishers available?

  • 10.4. Means of raising alarm (bell, air horn)?

  • 10.5. Muster point clearly displayed on barge?

11. Hot Works

  • 11.1. Correct storage arrangements for LPG, I.e. Cylinders to be sited at least 3 metres away from hot works/ welding/ cutting torch

  • 11.2. Hot works permit issued and controls complied with?

  • 11.3. Gas hose connections to be crimp fittings, jubilee fitting only to be used for emergency repairs

12. Working at Height

  • 12.1. Removed where possible?

  • 12.2. Scaffold / towers (guard rails and kick boards) inspections

  • 12.3. Ladders in good condition and used correctly

  • 12.4. Harnesses in use/ fall protection?

13. Hazardous substances

  • 13.1. COSHH assessments carried out and precautions identified and put in place and is PPE being used as necessary?

  • 13.2. Are hazardous substances stored and used correctly (COSHH Locker/ Cabinet)?

14. Protective Clothing

  • 14.1. Has provisions been made for hard hats, safety boots, gloves, goggles, hearing protection, life jackets and respiratory protection?

  • 14.2. Is the equipment in good condition and worn by all who need it?

  • 14.3. Are all operatives suitably trained in the correct use of PPE?

15. Electricity

  • 15.1. 110V equipment used or lower voltage where necessary?

  • 15.2. All portable equipment inspected and PAT tested by a competent person?

  • 15.3. If 240V supplied appliances are used is RCD protection in circuit?

15. General Comments

  • Enter general comments of the site

Corrective Actions

  • Enter any corrective actions that will be undertaken

Sign Off

  • Can all works be carried out safely?

  • Barge Masters Signature

  • R7M Management

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