Title Page

  • Site conducted

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Was an additional party involved?

  • List all other parties involved

  • List all other parties involved

  • List all other parties involved

  • List all other parties involved

  • List all other parties involved


  • 1) Compliance checks according to this inspection are to be completed on a instance-by-instance basis. For each instance of an element which is inspected, click the + icon in the top right corner of the inspection section to create a new set of fields. This should be done for each inspected instance.

    2) Where a process must be immediately corrected label it as unsafe. Where there is no immediate danger, apply the OFI Label.

    3) Any observed non-compliances should include both an action item and a description of the issue using the integrated functions.

    4) Where instances of non-conformance are observed which may pose an immediate threat to the well-being of workers or bystanders, pause the inspection and immediately stop work. Make a note of this in the inspection once the area has been made safe.

    5) While making records for this inspection, ensure that you are in a safe position to do so.

Inspection Body

Daily Inspection

  • Ladders (Inspect ladders and ensure there are no broken runs cracks or other visible damage)

  • Scaffolding (Daily inspection has been completed and the inspection tag has been filled out and signed)

  • Fork-lifts (The daily pre-trip inspection tag has been filled out and signed off)

  • Man-lifts (The daily pre-trip inspection tag has been filled out and signed off)

  • Scissor-lifts (The daily pre-trip inspection tag has been filled out and signed off)

  • Bob Cats (The daily pre-trip inspection tag has been filled out and signed off)

  • Crew Trucks (The daily inspection log has been completed)

  • Company Vehicles (The daily inspection log has been completed)


  • Hazardous Materials(Properly labeled, protected from weather,<br>with sec containment /spill trays)

  • Waste Management(Clear proper bin signage for collection and disposal of waste and recyclables)

  • Spill Equipment (Containment Boom is ready for deployment)

  • Spill Equipment (Spill kit inventory is complete and contains all required supplies)

  • Response Vessel (Ready for deployment incase of Safety or Environmental emergency)

  • Pollution Control(controls in place to prevent contaminant release to air, land or water)

General Conditions

  • Housekeeping (Work area clear of clutter, tripping hazards etc.)

  • Fire Extinguishers (Pins in place & inspection date current)

  • Access to Critical Areas(Not blocked by vehicles, equip. etc.).

  • Material Storage(Materials are stacked and not leaning in a manner in which they could fall)

  • Life Line and Life Rings (In good condition &ready to deploy)

Personal Protective Equipment

  • Standard Work Gear (Hard hats, gloves and Steel toes are being worn by all workers).

  • Eye Protection (All workers are wearing safety glasses, goggles and/or a face shield appropriate for the task they are doing)

  • Hearing Protection (All workers in noise hazard areas are wearing hearing protection)

  • Fall Protection(Workers above10ft within 6.5ftof the leading edge are wearing fall protection)

  • PFD’s (All workers are wearing a lifejacket, done up while working near or overwater)

  • Respirators(Workers exposed to airborne contaminants are wearing respiratory protection)

Tools Machinery and Equipment

  • Hoisting equipment (All lifting mechanisms have been inspected and stamped/tagged with the safe working load limit WLL required )

  • Assured Grounding (All electrical cords have the current colored tape for the current quarter)

  • Electrical tools(All electrical tools have the third prong to ensure the equipment is properly grounded )

  • Welding Accessories(Ensure Oxygen& Acetylene tanks are chained/tied off and secured)

  • HS-WP-16Guarding (All grinders and cutting tools have the guards in place)

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