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Site Setup

Barriers and security fencing is erected directing all visitors and new workers to a safe area immediately on arrival on site

No person can access the work area without being inducted

Signage and restricted work areas are set up and are in place

Signage is clearly marked asking visitors and new workers to wait until the site foreman can get to them before entering the site.

There is clear access way from the work area in case of emergencies emergencies

All services (gas electricity solar water waste) have been marked, isolated or flagged

Any overhead power cables are either isolated or flagged

Dust suppression fences or water tanks are in place if required

Fences are set up to ensure people cannot enter restricted areas

Have talked with neighbours and discussed potential hazards

Existing building internal rooms not being worked on are isolated

All workers requiring supervision are known and will be supervised

Health and Safety Documents

The master hazard register and hazardous substances register have been modified to be specific to this site

The SSSP has been completed and is specific to this site and all areas of responsibility have been signed off by the appropriate people

Notifiable hazardous work has been identified and Worksafe NZ has been notified of these hazardous activities

SSSP and Task Safety Analysis documents have been received from contractors doing high risk or critical risk work on this site

Copies of the SSSP and other relevant documents are filed on Buildertrend?

Task safety analysis for high risk work have been completed specific to this site and all workers are familiar with them

SIgn In Sign Out sheets are on site and easily accessible for everyone entering or leaving the site

Completing this shows Henry Brown and Co Ltd has taken all reasonable steps to ensure a safe site during this project

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