Audit

Safety Culture

Name of employee:

If you could suggest changes to make us better at safety what would they be?

Do you feel everyone shares the same responsibility when it comes to health and safety?

What do you do daily to be a safety leader?

Do you have a good understanding of the difference between health and safety being a “right" vs “obligation”?
By law legislation now dictates that it is a workers "obligation" not 'right' to refuse un-safe work.

Have you read the applicable JSA(s) for your job within the last 3 months?

Did you complete a BIPS/NM/CC in the last week?

Have you raised any safety issues/concerns with your JHSC rep? if so have you received an update?

Do you believe any health and safety concern I raise would be made a high priority?

Is there regular communication between your supervisor and yourself concerning health and safety issues.

What are your specific training requirements for your job (i.e. Food Safe, first aid, confined space ticket, etc.) are your training requirements up to date?

Can you list 3 "Blue Rules"?

BLUE RULES:
Always:
- Conduct a StepBack prior to starting work
- Use fall protection when working above 1.8m (6’)
- Wear a seatbelt when in any moving vehicle
- Use a spotter/flag person as required
- Verify isolation of all energy sources
- Comply with the scaffold color tag system
- Hold the handrail when using stairs
Never:
- Work from a ladder without maintaining 3 points of contact
- Drive above speed limits or while using a mobile phone
- Work under the effects of drugs or alcohol
- Modify, remove or override any machine guards
- Commence work without wearing required PPE
- Enter an excavation, confined space, exclusion zone without authorization
- Walk under a suspended load

In your experience are incidents and accidents investigated quickly in order to improve workplace health and safety here at Surmont?

General Comments?

Supervisor / Manager conducting audit
Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.