Employee Daily Interview Questions

  • Did the worker review at least one JSA's / WSE's at the start of shift?

  • Take a picture of the WSE front and back.

  • Is worker following the WSE?

  • Are the tools and equipment called out on the WSE / JSA?

  • Is the WSE at the work location?

  • Can the worker explain the Safe Work Zone?

  • Did this discussion create changes to the JSA and/or WSE?

Job Site Safety & Communication Board

  • Job Site Safety Org. chart updated, current and posted

  • Responsible people identified on the org. chart

  • Emergency phone numbers posted

  • Green Cross updated/current

Personal Protective Equipment

  • Safety Glasses, Hard Hats and Kevlar Sleeves (if required)

  • Proper shoes, trousers and shirts

  • Other PPE as per PTP or Site Specific

Housekeeping and Sanitation

  • General neatness of the working areas

  • Drill dust cleaned up as it is generated

  • Passageways and walkways clear

  • Proper barricading in-place as required

  • Waste containers provided

  • Adequate lighting provided

Fire Prevention

  • Fire extinguishers adequate/identified and correct

  • Storage use and handling of flammable and combustible liquids in accordance with standards

  • Hot Work permit posted at work area

  • Clearance, proper mounting/ventilation for temporary heat

  • Proper use and storage of gas cylinders

Hand Tools

  • Proper tool for each job

  • Neat and secure storage area

  • Are all tools in good repair

Power Tools

  • Are all tools in good repair

  • All power tools properly guarded

  • GFCI's used on all 120V power tools


  • Ladders are inspected and in good condition

  • Step Ladders fully opened when in use

  • 6ft rule being utilized

  • Ladders are equipped with safety footings


  • Annual certification on-site along with daily inspection log

  • Approved slings, chains, hooks and eyes

  • Outriggers down and matted/pads. Cranes properly set-up w/swing radius controlled.

  • Power lines or other hazards identified and controlled

  • Adequate communication

  • Work area is properly barricaded where the crane is being utilized

Mobile Equipment

  • Inspection log in use and current

  • All Personnel transported in safe manner

  • Work area is properly barricaded where the aerial lift is being utilized

  • Ground person has visual contact with aerial lift operator

Fall Protection

  • All at risk personnel properly using Full Body Harness

  • Proper lanyard used for the task

  • Proper anchor point and attachment device used

  • Properly tied off in the man lift


  • One lock per person

  • All Electrical power LO/TO

  • All compressed air lines LO/TO

  • All locks tagged with Name and Phone #

  • Pictures

  • Signature

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