• High risk activities to be inspected first, with all works to cease should any of these be unsatisfactory.

  • Click the 3 dots next to the response to create a follow up action. Action priorities should be assigned accordingly
    (0,1,2) - Note/Advice
    (3) - Close within 7 days
    (4) - Close out within 3 days
    (5) - Close out immediately


  • Mess facilities, drinking water

  • Washing and toilets

  • Drying and clothing storage areas

  • Office cleanliness and integrity

  • First aid arrangements

  • Prescribed signs and notices / H&S information

  • Add photos if required to this section


  • Supervision of work

  • Registers and certificates

  • Accident book

  • Dissemination of information / site signage

  • Induction training

  • Training certificates

  • Toolbox tools/training

  • Permit procedures

  • Construction Phase Plan Status

  • Compliance with Risk Assessments

  • Compliance with Method Statements

  • Accidents/incidents

  • Add photos if required to this section


  • Site perimeter/ hoarding clear and safe

  • Site security and demarcation

  • Site access and egress including emergency services

  • Pedestrian routes and roadways

  • Traffic management

  • Public and 3rd part safety / segregation

  • Lighting levels

  • Cable management and control of trip hazards

  • Tidiness and house keeping (FOD)

  • Electrical safety - permanent and temporary supplies

  • Fire safety and emergency evacuation provisions

  • Provision and use of material storage areas

  • Use and storage of flammable liquids, LPG's, gas, fuel

  • Edge protection and work at height

  • Falling objects - prevention and containment

  • Scaffolding

  • Mobile scaffold towers

  • Use of ladders and steps/podium steps

  • Other access equipment

  • Cranes and lifting equipment

  • Hoists and lifts

  • Power tools / abrasive wheels etc

  • Hand tools

  • Driver operated plant and vehicles

  • Confined spaces

  • Underground services

  • Overhead power cables

  • Excavations, shafts and tunnels

  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)

  • Skips, waste and containment

  • Flora and fauna

  • Nuisances (dust, noise, lighting, vibration)

  • Add photos if required to this section


  • Use and storage of COSHH substances

  • Biological hazards (legionella)

  • Asbestos (where applicable)

  • Work involving lead / other hazardous substances

  • Manual Handling

  • Noise, dust and/or vibration

  • Add photos if required to this section


  • Add photos if required to this section

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