Are there trip hazards around the base of the building?

Trip Hazards Photo

If a Cold Cut Saw is to be used, are Earmuffs and Goggles provided and in good condition?

Do you ensure that the operators are wearing PPE

Photo of PPE gear

Are all workers onsite properly Trained and Certified for the equipment you are using?


Do you carry out a pre-use visual inspection of Tools?

Tools Photo

Are the powerleads supplying tool chargers in good condition and clear of water?

Photo of Power Leads
Roof Work

Is there edge protection to stop people or materials falling

Edge Protection Photo

Have you identified fragile materials such as cement sheets and roof lights

Fragile Materials and the highlighting of them Photo

Have you taken precautions to stop people falling through fragile materials when working on the roof, eg by providing barriers, covers or working platforms

Falling Precautions Photo

Are there slip or fall hazards on the roof area?

Photo of Hazards and their Identification for Staff
Protecting the Public

Are people kept away from the area below the roof work? If this is not possible, have additional precautions been taken to stop debris falling onto them

People Traffic Restrictions and or Signs Photo

Is the work fenced off from the public

Fencing Photo

Are the public protected from falling material

Falling Material Protection Photo

When work has stopped for the day is the boundary secure and undamaged and all ladders removed

End of Day Site Secured Photo

Hot Works

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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.