Site Visit Observations

Have all workers used the sign-in book?

Have all workers been SDHB inducted, are they displaying SDHB contractor ID cards?

Have all contractors undergone the site specific induction?

Is the site adequately secured?

Is signage suitable for the activities on site?

Are workers utilising the correct P.P.E, as identified on the site hazard board?

Is there adequate lighting on site?

Are ladders and step ladders in good condition and being used correctly?

Are tools, and equipment, being stored securely?

Is construction dust being sufficiently controlled?

Are all electrical tags on cords and equipment up to date?

Is there evidence of regular housekeeping?

Is emergency equipment readily accessible on site?

Are emergency exits free from any obstructions?

Are there current permits to work for high risk activities being undertaken on site? (Hot works, Confined space, Asbestos work area)

Is scaffolding set up on site? - this includes mobile, edge protection, standing, special etc

Are scaffold tags present and up to date?

Is Mobile Scaffolding equipment correctly assembled?

If Mobile Scaffolding is currently in use are all wheels in correct position and securely locked?

Are scaffold platforms set at a safe working height?

Is scaffold within the safe working load limits?

Are working platforms in good condition, secure, and free from tripping hazards?

Visual inspection - Is the scaffolding structurally secure, debris netting in place etc.? ( check for damage, defects, missing parts, non-certified modifications, environmental risks that maybe present)

Site Visit Notes

Were there any Health and Safety concerns identified that required immediate action?

Are there any Health and Safety concerns that require follow up action and monitoring?

Notes

Recommendations

Completed
Site Visit Completed
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.