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  • This inspection is to enhance safety awareness amongst the employees and must be conducted in a dialogue with the affected employees, thus to drive continuous improvement by active leadership in EHS.

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  • Section "5. Car Audit" may also be performed as a separate inspection, i.e. during a regional CS meeting. In this case, please mark all other questions as N/A and enter 'Car Audit only' in the box below (Description of the works - intervention:)

  • Description of the works - intervention:

  • Present subcontractor(s); company name(s): (enter "None" if no subcontractors are present)

  • In case questions can't be verified or checked; than please select N/A

1. Organization, environment and execution of the works

  • 1.4. Is a work permit for hazardous activities (i.e. work at heights) and/or a hot work permit available and followed through?

  • 1.5. Is the work area properly demarcated and/or indicated with safety signage?

  • 1.7. Are the works conducted safely?

  • 1.8. Is an access procedure followed (through Technical/Facilities Department or Reception)?

  • 1.9. Is the technical documentation available?

  • 1.10. Is the work area arranged neatly and in order?

  • 1.11. Is generated waste removed and properly segregated?

  • 1.12. Can the works be conducted ergonomically?

  • 1.13. Can the works be conducted without risk for cut injuries, needle stick injuries, or entrapment of the limbs (hand/arm - foot/leg)?

2. Protective equipment

  • 2.2. Is lead protective equipment available and used when required?

  • 2.4. Have the workers safety shoes and do they wear them when required?

  • 2.5. Have the workers a safety helmet and do they wear it when required?

  • 2.6. Have the workers suitable safety gloves and do they wear them when required?

  • 2.7. Have the workers a dosimeter and do they use it correctly when required?

  • 2.8. Have the workers suitable working clothes (i.e. lab, surgery room)?

3. Work tools

  • 3.2. Is the (step)ladder properly set up, inspected (label) and suitable for the job?

  • 3.3. Are the used lifting devices and lifting equipment (i.e. pallet/material lifts, hoists, slings) properly set up, inspected (label) and suitable for the job (not exceeding their maximum load capacity)?

  • A hoist is a device used for lifting or lowering a load. Our hoists are manually operated and use chain as its lifting medium. The hoists couple to their loads using a lifting hook.

  • A sling is a flexible strap or belt used in the form of a loop to support or raise a hanging weight, it is used in a rigging system for lifting. Our slings are made of synthetic fiber.

  • 3.4. Are hazardous substances (chemicals), incl. spray cans, equipped with the correct safety signage?

  • 3.5. Have the employees a safety data sheet for the used hazardous substances (chemicals) or can they show where to find this information quickly?

Are the tools listed below in good shape, inspected (label), calibrated and suitable for the job?

  • 3.6. mAs meter / Multi meter

  • 3.7. Soldering iron

  • 3.8. Oscilloscope

  • 3.9. Dosimeter(s)

  • 3.10. Temperature probe

  • 3.11. Newton meter

4. Knowledge and qualification

  • 4.1. Do the workers understand the risks they are exposed to and the risks they are generating by their tasks?

  • 4.2. Do the workers know the assembly point in case of evacuation or can they show where to find this information quickly?

  • 4.3. Do the workers know the emergency number(s) or can they show where to find this information quickly?

  • 4.4. Do the workers know what to do when they are involved in a work-related accident or incident?

  • 4.5. Do the workers know the safety procedures and requirements imposed by the customer?

  • 4.6. Do the workers know the process to handle incidents with an instrument or device?

  • 4.7. Do the workers know the principle of LMRA (Last minute risk-assessment)?

  • 4.8. Are the workers that work with electricity certified for the job?

5. Car Audit

  • 5.1. Is a high visibility vest available?

  • 5.2. Is a first aid box available and is it still valid (items within expiration date)?

  • 5.3. Is a warning triangle available?

  • 5.4. Is a fire extinguisher available and is it still valid (within expiration date)?

  • 5.5. Are the tires in good shape, incl. tire pressure?

  • 5.6. Are the car lights in good working order?

  • 5.7. Is the windscreen in good shape (no cracks or other damages)?

  • 5.8. Are the work tools safely stored in the vehicle (i.e. check if they are exceeding the height of the backseats without safety net)?

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