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  • A Safety Tour is a semi formal inspection of a site or working area, carried out by one or more persons, with the intention of identifying good safety practices, unsafe conditions and at risk behaviours.

    Below are some items and activities that you may look for, whilst carrying out your Safety Tour.
    Recognise safe behaviour and stop at risk activities that do not have appropriate control.

    1. Emergency first aid equipment is available and located appropriately (eye was stations, first aid kits etc)
    2. Fire equipment is available, located appropriately and has been inspected
    3. Emergency exits and pedestrian walkways are clear of obstructions
    4. 5S processes are being adhered to
    5. Permits to work (PTW) are in place for any 'hot work, working at height or working in confined spaces
    6. Safe working practices relating to the works under the PTW are being adhered to
    7. Equipment or tools used during a task are used in a safe manner (use of hand knives, overhead cranes)
    8. Fork lift trucks (FLT's) and other forms of workplace transport are driven safely and by trained personnel
    9. Correct use of personal protective equipment (PPE)
    10. Safety protection devices such as guarding, fences, light barriers are in place where required and interlocks are not defeated

    This list is not exhaustive and feel free to amend or add to it.

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