Amenity, Environmental & WHS Inspection Report

  • Project:

  • Safety Supervisor:

  • Area Inspected

  • Week Ending:

Clients' Employees, Other Contractors and Public Safety

  • Communication lines in place with client?

  • Client updated on any changing work site conditions

  • Affecting Client Employees and Visitors

  • Affecting public

  • Affecting other client contractors

  • Communication lines in place with other contractors

  • Is there safe access for the following to enter or leave the clients premises?

  • Client Empolyees

  • The public

  • Other contractors

  • Are applicable barriers and fencing in place?

  • Are the following safety/warning signs in place?

  • Safety rules

  • Emergency Procedures

  • Site Security Procedures

Personal Safety

  • Do all employees have the following PPE?

  • Hard Hats

  • Foot Protection

  • Protective Clothing

  • Eye Protection

  • Hearing Protection

  • Is there a First Aid Kit on site?

  • Do personnel have good access and egress?

Hygiene

  • Are toilets and facilities clean and tidy?

  • Is the lunch room clean?

  • All rubbish removed from amenities

  • Are rubbish bins provided?

General Work Area

  • Are all work areas:

  • Clean and tidy?

  • Free from obstructions?

  • Any confined spaces?

  • Do employers have appropriate qualifications and tickets?

  • Adequate lighting

  • Are electrical (static) hazards present?

  • Has a SWMS been prepared for the work within the area?

  • Adequate waste disposal

  • Appropriate waste disposal

  • Hot works?

  • Has works permit been gained?

  • Welding screens supplied and in place

  • Fire extinguishers available?

Working at Heights Areas

  • Any work undertaken at height?

  • Are all ladders secured? (1:4 ratio, 1m past top)

  • Are all penetrations around the area covered?

  • Trestles have two (2) planks

  • Scaffold complete, installed by a competent person?

  • Handrails and kickboards installed to all ledges over 1.8m

  • Works over 2m are completed with a cherry picker and harness.

Work Locations

  • Working downstream of water storage

  • Working over, near on, in or under water

  • Underground activity

  • Underground services

  • Overhead hazzards

  • Remote locations

  • Traffic & vehicles

  • Vehicle and mobile equipment & tool hazards

  • Hot metal

  • Hot surfaces

  • Steam

  • Trapped heat

  • Hydraulic pressure (compressed fluid hazzards)

Trenches and Excavations

  • Excavation

  • Barricades and signs

  • Isolation procedures, fences, no-go areas

  • Trench over 1.5m shored, benched, bunting, handrail

  • Public areas barricaded

Construction Areas

  • Formwork, false work all have engineer certificates?

  • Point loading

  • Brick scaffold have brick guards

  • Rubbish chute is fenced off

  • Demolition activity

Hoists and Cranes

  • Hoists installed and operated by certified person

  • Slings checked by Dogman

Tools

  • Cleaned in good condition

  • Correct type for work being performed

  • Machinery guards fitted

  • Electrical tools inspected

  • Lead stand

  • Leads and tools inspected

  • Earth leakage supplied

  • Explosive power tools warning signs

  • Operations licensed for equipment

Materials

  • Neatly and correctly staked

  • Environmental controls in place

  • Manual handling techniques

  • Access maintained

  • Close to area of usage

  • Stored safely

Walkways, Stairs, Platforms, etc

  • Clean and free from obstruction

  • Free from spillage

  • Handrails

  • Planks secure and in good repair

  • Safety barriers, handrails, etc

  • Ladders in good repair

  • Suitable protective clothing and equipment

Hazzardous Substances

  • Asbestos

  • PCB's identified

  • Biological hazards

  • Chemical hazards

  • Toxic materials

  • Other dangerous materials

  • All MSDS's supplied

Storage of Flammable Materials

  • Are flammable materials on site

  • Area identified with proper sign

  • Fire extinguishers available

Environmental Protection

  • Rubbish removal

  • Gas, fumes and foil air

  • Dust controls

  • Noise and vibration hazards and controls

  • Flooding and overflow

  • Chemical spill control

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