QUALITY CONTROL

  • Current drawings are being used.

  • Superseded drawings marked, clipped together and separate from other drawings.

  • Document register in file and matches documents on site.

  • Inspection Test Plan (ITP) is up to date.

  • Evidence of one item on ITP - follow through.

  • Site Administration SF 4.8-1.1A signed off.

  • Non conforming items in quarantine area, tagged and recorded.

  • Calibration dates on equipment current.

  • Controlled documents used.

HSE CONTROL (OSH Act, Section 19 / OSH Regulations 3.1 - 3.2 / EPA, Section 72)

  • Current HSE Management Plan is available.

  • Safety, Environment and Quality Policies are displayed.

  • Induction Register is up to date.

  • CRAW available.

  • JSEA's / Work Instructions in place and signed on.

  • Incident and Hazard Report forms are available.

  • Dust suppression in use.

  • Permits / Licenses are in place and available (if applicable).

  • Implementation of controls from two items under CRAW.

  • Prohibited tools not on site.

EMERGENCY (OSH Regulations 3.8 - 3.12)

  • First Aid Box is on site where signs indicate.

  • First aid Box is fully stocked.

  • Trained First Aiders are on site and are identified.

  • Evacuation Plan is displayed.

  • Assembly / Muster Point sign is up.

  • Emergency contact numbers are displayed.

  • Fire Extinguishers in compound available and in date.

WORKSITE MANAGEMENT (OSH Act, Section 20 - 22 / OSH Regulations 3.17)

  • Site communications methods displayed (UHF Channel)

  • Barricading / windrows in place.

  • Traffic management on site matches TMP (if applicable).

  • Traffic Management Plan is relevant to the stage of the works.

  • Site entrance signage in place.

  • Construction materials kept within the workplace.

  • No risk of objects falling in compound area and fitters area.

  • No trip hazards in compound area.

  • Access to site works controlled.

  • Warning signs in place.

COMPOUND (OSH Regulations 3.6 - 3.8 and 3.11 - 3.17)

  • Compound signage is in place.

  • Compound boundary marked.

  • Site containers are neat and tidy (floors free of spills and obstructions).

  • List the chains and slings on site. Check for in service tags and in good condition. Damaged items in quarantine area and tagged out of service.

  • Toilet facilities are clean and well maintained.

  • No Smoking stickers outside crib room and office.

  • Designated smoking areas enforced.

  • Litter is placed in bins; bins are emptied regularly.

CHEMICALS AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES (OSH Regulations Part V)

  • Chemicals are stored in a bunded area.

  • Chemicals are stored in original or clearly labelled containers.

  • Spill cleanup equipment available.

  • Hydrocarbons stored in areas of containment.

  • MSDS are available for all chemicals.

PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT WORN (OSH Regulations 3.32; 3.40 - 3.44)

  • Eye protection.

  • Hearing protection.

  • Footwear.

  • Sunscreen.

  • High Visibility Safety Vest.

  • Hard Hats on site and spares available.

TAGGING PROCEDURES (OSH Regulations 4.38)

  • Danger Tags and Out Of Service Tags available and being used.

  • Out of service equipment is in a quarantined area and isolated from use.

LIGHT VEHICLES (OSH Regulations 3.1)

  • Rotating yellow light working.

  • First Aid Box if required.

  • Seat-belts in good condition and in use.

  • Vehicles parked in correct area.

  • Pre-starts conducted.

WELDING AND CUTTING (OSH Regulations, Division 9, Sub-Division 3; 3.27)

  • Hot work permit used.

  • Equipment in good operating condition.

  • Around work area is clear of combustible material.

  • Operator using PPE.

  • Correct type of fire extinguishers near by.

  • Gas cylinders secure and upright.

  • Gas lines protected and in good condition.

  • Double flash-back arrestors.

  • Welding / cutting screens used.

ELECTRICAL (OSH Regulations 3.59, 3.65 [AS 3012], OSH Regulations 3.6, 4.38)

  • Permanent live boards locked.

  • Covers used correctly.

  • Lock out tagging procedure used.

  • Electrical tool and leads tagged, RCD used.

  • Electrical leads raised.

OVERHEAD POWER-LINES (OSH Regulations 3.64)

  • Permit to work under and around lines available and implemented.

  • Clearance zones diagram visible.

EXCAVATION (OSH Regulations 3.109 - 3.113)

  • Adequate access to excavation.

  • Shoring erected.

  • Does depth of excavation (1.5mtrs) require shoring.

  • Excavation sides battered / benched.

  • Adequate barriers and signs on excavations.



  • Spoil heaps near excavation edge.

  • Adequate distance between stacked material and excavation edge.

  • Adequate distance between passing traffic and excavation edge.

PLANT EQUIPMENT (OSH Regulations, Part IV)

  • Pre-start books completed on a sample of plant.

  • Rotating yellow light working.

  • Reverse beepers working.

  • Fire Extinguishers in date and in good order.

  • Seat-belts in good condition and in use.

  • Two-way radio in working order.

  • Steps and grab rails in good order.

  • Hire plant in good condition.

ENVIRONMENT (Environmental Protection Act)

  • Work inside PEAHR boundary.

  • Mobile plant remain in quarantined area.

GENERAL

CORRECTIVE ACTION (IMMEDIATELY)

  • Supervisor items to action.

  • HSEQ items to action.

  • Project Manager items to action.

  • Workshop items to action

CORRECTIVE ACTION (WITHIN 7 DAYS)

  • Supervisor items to action.

  • HSEQ items to action.

  • Project Manager items to action.

  • Workshop items to action

CORRECTIVE ACTION (WITHIN 30 DAYS)

  • Supervisor items to action.

  • HSEQ items to action.

  • Project Manager items to action.

  • Workshop items to action

SIGN OFF

  • On Site Representative.

  • HSEQ Advisor.

The templates available in our Public Library have been created by our customers and employees to help get you started using SafetyCulture's solutions. The templates are intended to be used as hypothetical examples only and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice. You should seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of a template is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction. Any ratings or scores displayed in our Public Library have not been verified by SafetyCulture for accuracy. Users of our platform may provide a rating or score that is incorrect or misleading. You should independently determine whether the template is suitable for your circumstances. You can use our Public Library to search based on criteria such as industry and subject matter. Search results are based on their relevance to your search and other criteria. We may feature checklists based on subject matters we think may be of interest to our customers.