A. Personal Protective Equipment

  • Hard Hats in use by all personnel

  • Eye protection in use by all personnel

  • Hearing protection (engineering controls, double protection for high noise areas, rotation of employees)

  • Proper foot gear and protective clothing (reflective vests)

  • Fall protection in use

  • Respirators/face masks in good condition and used as required (Medical evaluation and fit test)

Tools and Equipment

  • Tools and equipment in good condition

  • All equipment in good condition

  • Electrical equipment connected properly, grounded and in good condition; GCFI; automatic magnetic cut-off for wood working tools

  • Machine guards/pinch points identified/protected

  • Rigging/Lifting equipment in good condition and inspected

  • Ladders in good condition; tied back; extended 3 ft. beyond landing

Heavy Equipment

  • Daily inspection completed

  • Fire extinguisher mounted and in good condition

  • Seatbelt worn during operation

  • Backup alarm operable/guide used

Hazardous Chemicals/Air Contaminants

  • Hazard communication-right to know poster / written program on job

  • List of hazardous materials on job

  • Material Safety Data Sheets

  • Employees are familiar with program

  • Proper containers in use with correct labels


  • Safe access to work area

  • Good housekeeping and material storage

  • Barricades/debris protection/ warning signs in place

  • Excavation/ Trenches properly protected

  • Shoring properly installed; engineers stamp on drawings

  • Eye wash available

  • Fire extinguisher; Good condition; current inspection tag; within 50'

  • First Aid kit and certified employees

  • Trucks; safe/good condition; DOT regulation compliance

Paperwork and other Postings

  • OSHA poster/log

  • Emergency phone number card

  • Daily Pre-Task card reviewed

  • SWPPP inspection/ documented

  • I9's logs up to date

  • Add signature

  • Select date

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