What are the primary hazards associated within the department?
What Hazards are associated with the work you are doing?
How are you controlling these hazards?
- Manual Handling
- Chemical and Hazardous Substances
- Electrical Safety (Isolation)
- Journey Management
- Plant and Pedestrian Interacion
- Permit to Work
- Working ar Height
- Confined Space Entry
- Change Management
How does this align with the Hierarchy of Control?
Does this task require a permit? If so, ask employee to provide details.
Are SWI / JHA available and being used?
Has the employee signed off on these? (Verify and note date.)
Is the employee wearing required PPE in line with company requirements and is it in good condition?
Were tools / equipment checked before commencement of task?
Are they suitable for the task being performed, in good condition and tested and tagged?
Is the employee able to use / explain safety features of tools / equipment?
Is the workplace free of housekeeping hazards?
Why is it important to maintain a clean workplace?
Are all chemicals labelled correctly? List examples
Is the appropriate SDS available and what are the emergency procedures for the chemicals being used?
How can you eliminate or reduce the manual handling impact for this work?
Observe employee manual handling techniques and provide feedback
Explain the site emergency procedure. Note the employees understanding of the procedure.
Can the employee outline how to report hazards and why its important?
Why is it important to notify your leader immediately of any incident? i.e. Injury / Near Miss / Property & Equipment Damage.
What was the safety focus at your pre start today?
What was the last Toolbox meeting training topic?
What is working well from a safety perspective?
What would assist you to improve the overall safety performance?