General Worksite

  • Are Walkways Clean and Clear?

  • Is there proper lighting?

  • Is the work area clear of tripping hazards/obstructions?

  • Appropriate trash cans and disposal locations?

  • Proper containment of fluids?

Hazard Identification

  • JSA completed and reviewed before the start of work?

  • Did the whole crew participate in completing the JSA and sign off?

  • Was JSA modified when a change occurred (weather. personnel, work tasks)?

  • Task steps are written out to perform the job? Include site-specific considerations?

  • Hazards identified and addressed?

  • Workers following the written steps or procedure?

  • Are workers aware of the "Stop Work Authority?"

Behavior-Based Safety

  • Are Observations being conducted?

  • Is feedback given after Observation?

  • Observation Data communicated?

  • Observation Data collected/analyzed/used to correct at-risk behaviors or conditions?

Fall Protection

  • Fall Protection Equipment inspected and in good condition?

  • Fall Protection Equipment is properly worn?

  • Properly secured to an adequate Anchor Point?

  • Fall distance VS Lanyard Length?

  • Is proper Rescue Equipment available?

Electrical Safety

  • GFCIs utilized?

  • Power cords in good condition?

  • Are power outlets overloaded?

  • Are Electrical Panels/Boxes closed?

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • Head?

  • Hand?

  • Task-appropriate gloves?

  • Eye?

  • Foot?

  • Hearing?

  • Body (if required)?

  • Respiratory (if required)?

Manual and Power Hand Tools

  • Are defective tools in use?

  • Are power tool cords in good condition?

  • Are power tools grounded or double insulated?

  • Are guards in place?

  • Are appropriate tools being used?

Powered Industrial Trucks (Forklifts)

  • Appropriate speeds being used?

  • Do Operators conduct a walk-around hazard assessment before moving the vehicle?

  • Are Operators trained and authorized?

  • Are Backup Alarms operational?

  • Do Operators sound horn appropriately?

  • Do Operators maintain control of their loads?

Cranes

  • Are Operators trained and authorized?

  • Proper Rigging used for each load?

  • Rigging inspected prior to use?

  • Are Taglines being used?

  • Good communication between Operator and Signalman (if used)?

Welding and Cutting

  • Electric Welders grounded?

  • Are Cables/Hoses/Fittings serviceable and in good condition?

  • Gas cylinders upright/secure?

  • Are flashback preventers in place?

  • Fire Extinguisher nearby?

Material Storage

  • Materials are securely stacked/stored?

  • Clear access to materials?

  • Load rating for shelves?

  • Shelving stable?

  • Storage area kept neat and orderly?

Emergency Systems

  • Emergency Response Plan?

  • Rescue Equipment?

  • First Aid Boxes stocked?

  • Eyewash Stations clean and ready for use?

  • Fire Extinguishers in date and readily accessible?

  • Evacuation procedure?

  • Are workers familiar with alarms and emergency notification procedure?

Ladders/Safe Access

  • Ladders in good condition?

  • Ladders inspected prior to use?

  • Ladders properly set and secured?

  • Three points of contact maintained on ladders?

  • Adequate access?

  • Handrails on walkways/stairs/ramps?

HazCom

  • Are chemicals being used?

  • SDS available?

  • Appropriate labeling system?

  • Appropriate handling of chemicals?

  • Chemicals being stored properly?

Environmental Protection

  • Permit compliance?

  • Pollution prevention?

  • Waste Management?

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