Compliant = 2
    Partial compliance = 1
    Non compliance = 0

0. Previous inspections.

  • 0.1 Have matters during past inspections been satisfactory addressed.

1. On site paperwork .

  • 1.1 Is there a copy of the health and safety policy on site.

  • 1.2 Are there copies of the employers liability insurance, F10 and health and safety law poster on notice board.

  • 1.3 Is the site safety plan on site being implemented.

  • 1.4 Have all JFW operatives and contractors been inducted on site.

  • 1.5 Is there an up to date method statement and risk assessment on site.

  • 1.6 Are current and future work operations covered by this method statement.

  • 1.7 Are there PTW systems in place and if so are they signed on and off at end of each task.

2. Traffic management .

  • 2.1 Is there any safety issues with the traffic management in place.

  • 2.2 Are pedestrians segregated from vehicle movement

3. Safe access.

  • 3.1 Can everyone reach their place of work safely.

  • 3.2 Is the public safety managed.

  • 3.3 Are all holes and openings securely fenced off.

  • 3.4 Is there adequate lighting for all operations.

  • 3.5 Is the site tidy, and materials stored safely.

4. Ladders.

  • 4.1 Are all ladders in good condition, secured and provided with adequate handholds above the landings and have been inspected.

5. Tubular scaffolds and scaffold towers and podiums

  • 5.1 Has the scaffold been erected properly and is the hand over certificate on site.

  • 5.2 Has a competent person inspected the scaffold daily and recorded the inspections weekly.

  • 5.3 Are the working platforms fully boarded with toe boards and are guard rails in place.

  • 5.4 Has the tower scaffold been erected by a competent person and on level ground with stabilisers fitted and toe boards in place.

  • 5.5 Have all podiums or hop ups got paperwork to say they are safe to use, and is it in date.

6. Excavations.

  • 6.1 Has a competent person inspected the excavation regularly and recorded inspections weekly.

  • 6.2 Does the excavation require shoring.

  • 6.3 Are excavations battered to a safe angle sufficient to prevent collapse.

  • 6.4 Has the excavation got safe access and egress to it.

  • 6.5 Does the excavation warrant confined space procedures.

  • 6.6 Has the excavation got barriers or fenced off to prevent any unauthorised access to it.

  • 6.7 Are stacked materials, spoil or plant stored near the excavation likely to cause a collapse.

  • 6.8 If vehicles tip into the excavation, are properly secured stop blocks in place.

7. Working at heights.

  • 7.1 Are there barriers or other edge protection to stop people or materials falling

  • 7.2 Is there suitable precautions in place whilst working on fragile materials, eg crawling boards and guard rails etc..

8. Transport and site vehicles.

  • 8.1 Are company vehicles kept clean and in good order and serviced regularly.

  • 8.2 Have all drivers got full driving licences.

  • 8.3 Is there a system in place to control the movement of vehicles and pedestrians around site.

  • 8.4 Where vehicles have to reverse are they under the control of a banks man .

9. Site plant and machinery.

  • 9.1 Does a competent person inspect and record weekly inspections of the plant.

  • 9.2 Is there a current 12 monthly thorough inspection carried out with a certificate to show this.

  • 9.3 Is the driver trained and competent to use the machine and over the age of 18.

  • 9.4 Are the diggers fitted with quick hitch safe system and are they fitted correctly.

  • 9.5 Has the banks man been trained and competent.

10. Electricity.

  • 10.1 Are all portable electric tools and electrical equipment regularly inspected / tested.

  • 10.2 Is there any visual damage to equipment ( including lead and plugs ).

  • 10.3 Is there a safe system of work for overhead and underground services.

  • 10.4 Is there any faulty equipment

  • Enter faulty equipment

  • Equipment
  • Make

  • Model

  • Nature of fault

11. Security.

  • 11.1 Are excavations and openings securely covered at end of shift.

  • 11.2 Is the site totally secure of a night and weekends to prevent any unauthorised access.

  • 11.3 Is all site plant and equipment locked away and secure over night.

  • 11.4 Are materials stacked safely and the site left tidy at end of the shift.

12. Fire in general.

  • 12.1 Does your site have the rite number of fire extinguishers and the correct type.

  • 12.2 Do the employees know how to use them correctly and know the arrangements for sounding the alarm.

  • 12.3 Are there adequate escape routes and muster points.

13. Flammables.

  • 13.1 Is there proper storage facilities for fuel, oils, and LPG cylinders.

14 . Enviromental.

  • 14.1 Are there proper waste skips.

  • 14.2 Are there transfer notes available.

  • 14.3 Is there a spillage control procedure on site including spill kits.

  • 14.4 Is there a suitable place to wash out mixers or concrete wagon.

15. Noise.

  • 15.1 What is the noise readings on site and are they below legal limits.

  • 15.2 Are adequate precautions taken eg, PPE, signage etc.

  • 15.3 Is plant or machinery fitted with silencers.

16. Health.

  • 16.1 Are other workers who are not protected kept out of the danger areas.

  • 16.2 Are operations in confined spaces undertaken in the correct manner and under a permit to work.

  • 16.3 Has all manual handling tasks been assessed.

  • 16.4 is there a trained first aider on site ?

  • 16.5 Is there a first aid kit and eyewash in date on site ?

17. Protective clothing.

  • 17.1 Is standard PPE worn by all on site and is specific PPE worn on specialised tasks.

18. Welfare.

  • 18.1 Is there a suitable toilet block and washing facilities.

  • 18.2 Are there facilities for drying clothes.

  • 18.3 Is there a suitable welfare unit that allows for meals to be prepared and taken.

  • 18.4 Are the facilities cleaned regularly.

Other safety issues / Work force consultation.

Overall comments

  • Signature of site manager

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  • Signature of inspector

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Corrective action that will be undertaken and completed by ?

  • Have all corrective actions been addressed

  • Signature of site manager

  • Select date

  • Signature of inspector

  • Select date

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