Audit

PROJECT DEMOGRAPHICS

Project Name & Location:

INTERIM LIFE SAFETY MEASURES

All exits and unobstructed and useable, including the construction area
OSHA 1926.34

All Life Safety Equipment (fire alarms, fire sprinklers, smoke detectors, alarm pull stations, exit lights, emergency lights, door operators, latches and controls, etc.) are NOT impaired and are in proper working order.
OSHA 1926.24

Temporary construction/renovation partitions are smoke tight, or made on no combustible materials, that will not contribute to the development or spreading of a fire, are in place

Air pressure barriers are active (negative pressure maintained, exhaust fans functioning, air quality adequate, no excess fumes/vapors)
OSHA 1926.57

GENERAL CONDITIONS

All approved permits are posted at each entrance to the construction/renovation area. (Interim Life Safety Plan, Penetration Permits, etc.)
OSHA 1926.200

Construction area is secure (barriers are adequate to prevent entry from unauthorized persons, vermin, etc.)

Facility Support Services has been notified of ANY equipment or systems disabled prior to them being disabled

Contractors are following safe work practices (observe for trip/fall hazards, ladder safety, and no smoking)

Proper construction garb/ ppe is in use. Including appropriate hospital approved badges.
OSHA Subpart E

Construction personnel hygiene, appearance, and conduct is appropriate.

Is the construction/renovation area clean and orderly
OSHA 1926.25

Patient care equipment and items have been removed from the construction area

Compressed gas cylinders are properly stored and secured
OSHA 1926 Subpart J

Electrical cords and equipment is maintained in good condition. (No frayed cords or damaged equipment)

All hazardous materials, including flammable liquids, are properly labeled, store and disposed of when not in use.
OSHA 1926.64

Ceiling tiles are replaced when the space above the ceiling is not being accessed.

DUST CONTROL MEASURES

Construction/renovation areas, adjacent areas, and personnel are free from dust and debris

Walk Off/Tack Mats are clean and adequate

Construction personnel and materials are transported on dedicated elevators. (Non-Patient use elevators)

FINAL INSPECTION INFORMATION

At Final Inspection: Has housekeeping conducted a terminal/final clean of the space?

Please enter date and time of the inspection.
Person completing the inspection, please sign below

Email this completed form to: construction@mcmcbr.com

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.