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  • Site conducted

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Blasting Today

  • Blasting Time

Daily Workplace Inspection

1. General Safety

  • 1.1 Have all personnel conducted BAC testing prior to shift

  • 1.2 Have all personnel been properly trained to do the job they have been allocated

  • 1.3 Is PPE being worn as described

  • 1.4 For non routine work with no procedure / Work Instruction, has a JHA been completed

  • 1.5 Are all work areas aware of the Blasting Time

  • 1.6 Have Blast Guards been nominated and briefed

  • 1.7 Are Working above or below controls in place (if required)

  • 1.8 Are there any adverse weather conditions

  • 1.9 Has the daily PSI been updated and reviewed for accuracy

2. Laydown / Maintenance Yard

  • 2.1 Fire Extinguishers accessible ?

  • 2.2 House Keeping adequate ?

  • 2.3 Rubbish Bins Emptied ?

  • 2.4 All parking compliant with site standard

  • 2.5 Any work conducted in the yard has adequate delineation and signage in place

  • 2.6 All bulk liquids in appropriate bunding

  • 2.7 Electrical equipment in use are tested and tagged

  • 2.8 Lifting equipment in use tested and tagged

  • 2.9 Have personnel working in the area completed a Take 5

3. Magazine Compound Inspection

  • 3.1 Check overall facility security

  • 3.2 Check parking of vehicles and equipment

  • 3.3 General housekeeping

  • 3.4 Check entry register

  • 3.5 Have personnel working in the area completed a Take 5

4. SRS Facility Inspection

  • 4.1 Check overall facility security

  • 4.2 Check parking of vehicles and equipment

  • 4.3 Check storage of AN

  • 4.4 Check Storage of ANE

  • 4.5 Check general housekeeping

  • 4.6 Check entry register

  • 4.7 Have personnel working in the area completed a Take 5

5. Drill Pattern Inspection

  • 5.1 Are all windrows of adequate height and bench surfaces maintained to a safe condition

  • 5.2 Are all drill pattern properly delineated

  • 5.3 Is there excessive dust in the work area

  • 5.4 Drill pattern has a designated parking area properly delineated

  • 5.5 Is work taking place in a high risk zone (i.e. under high walls, undulating ground conditions, working near identified voids)

  • Are there adequate controls in place to protect personnel and equipment

  • 5.6 Operators have completed a personal risk assessment (Take 5)

  • 5.7 Are high walls in an adequate safe condition (rock fall areas identified and controls in place)

  • 5.8 Have lighting plants been set up for nightshift

  • 5.9 Access tracks are complaint for SME, HV's and LV's

  • 5.10 Drill consumables stored and handled correctly while in use

  • 5.11 Are vehicles parking in designated parking areas

  • 5.12 Drill have been serviced as per schedule

  • 5.13 Have pre start checks been completed on all equipment being used

  • 5.14 Drilling water for dust suppression is available

6. Blast Pattern Inspection

  • 6.1 Are all windrows of adequate height

  • 6.2 Are all blast patterns properly delineated

  • 6.3 All personnel competent to perform the task they have been assigned

  • 6.4 shotfirer has signed off on load sheets prior to loading commencing

  • 6.5 Has the blast pattern been dipped and logged for depth before loading commences (QA/QC)

  • 6.6 Have blast board notifications been completed before shift and correct information is displayed

  • 6.7 Is there a designated parking area set up for explosive vehicles in use

  • 6.8 Clear instructions been given to MPU operator and safe MPU access available

  • 6.9 Have pre start checks been completed on all equipment being used

  • 6.10 Are lights present on delineation for sleeping shots

  • 6.11 Authorised shotfirer is present when loading / explosives are being handled

  • 6.12 Stemming pile is suitably located, to specification and is contaminant free

  • 6.13 Access tracks are compliant for MPU and stemming IT

  • 6.14 All loaded holes are stemmed / capped - not left unattended


  • Inspection Comments

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