Audit

Project Information
Time and Date:
Project:
Superintendent:
Safety Meetings

Safety is discussed during weekly progress meetings?

Are Meeting Minutes documented?

Does every subcontractor supervisor attend safety meetings?

5SP / Administration

Is all paperwork for subcontractor completed and turned in prior to start of work?

Has subcontractor submitted Job Hazard Analysis?

Has subcontractor submitted Competent Person Contact List?

Has subcontractor submitted Subcontractor Safe Start Submittal Checklist?

Has subcontractor submitted OSHA 10 card(s)?

First aid supplies easily accessible. 1926.50(d)(1)

Pedestrian Protection

Is the job site fence installed, inspected, and maintained around the perimeter of the project daily? TCI Policy

Are all visitors checking in to field office and signing visitors form with a Timberlake employee present? TCI Policy

Are traffic control procedures in place and maintained? TCI Policy

Subpart C- General Safety and Health

Is the project clean, orderly, and free of excess trash and debris?

Subcontractors providing drinking water for their employees? 1926.51(a)

Storage areas shall be kept free from accumulation of materials that constitute hazards. (1926.25(c)

Subpart D- Occupational Health and Environmental Controls

Has subcontractor submitted Haz Comm / SDS binder?

Are SDS Binders readily available on site for each subcontractor? (1926.59) / (1910.1200(b)(4)(ii)

Subpart E- Personal Protective Equipment

Is eye protection being worn at all times by everyone on site? TCI Policy

Are hard hats being worn at all times by everyone on site? TCI Policy

Are hi-viz reflective vests / shirts being worn at all times by everyone on site? TCI Policy

Subpart F- Fire Protection

Fire extinguishers shall be provided for every 3,000 sq/ft of building space, shall not exceed 100ft travel distance. 1926.150(c)(1)

FE shall be located adjacent to stairway in multi-story buildings. 1926.150(c)(1)(iv)

Fire extinguisher shall be provided within 50ft of area with greater than 5gal flammables storage. 1926.150(c)(1)(vi)

Fire extinguishers shall be inspected and maintained per NFPA. 1926.150(c)(1)(viii)

There shall be no more than 25 gallons of flammables stored outside of approved storage cabinets. 1926.152(b)(1)

Solid fuel salamanders are prohibited in buildings and on scaffolds. 1926.154(d)

Fire extinguishers shall be located in areas that welding or cutting is active. 1926.352(d)

Subpart G- Signage

Are exit signs provided and secured throughout the site? 1926.200(d)

Is safety signage posted on perimeter of the fence near gates? TCI Policy

Is provided Timberlake Construction Signage Package for site posted? TCI Policy

Subpart H- Material Handling / Storage

All materials stored in tiers shall be secured to prevent sliding, falling, or collapse. 1926.250(a)(1)

Aisles and passageways shall be kept clear to provide free and safe movement. 1926.250(a)(3)

Brick stacks shall be no more than 7ft in height. 1926.250(b)(6)

Masonry block stacked higher than 6ft shall be tapered back 1/2 block per tier. 1926.250(b)(7)

Subpart I- Hand and Power Tools

Power operated tools designed to have guards shall be equipped with such guards. 1926.300(b)(1)

Power tools shall be grounded (3 prong plug) and / or double insulated. 1926.302(a)(i)

Subpart J- Welding / Cutting

Valve protection caps shall be in place when stored. 1926.350(a)(1)

Compressed gas cylinder shall be secured in an upright position. 1926.350(a)(9)

Oxygen cylinders in storage shall be separated from fuel gas cylinders, minimum distance of 20ft or by non-combustible barrier at least 5ft in height and having 1/2 hour fire rating. 1926.350(a)(10)

Subpart K- Electrical

Electrical closet shall be controlled by qualified person under lock and key. 1926.403(j)(2)

Electrical cords shall be visually inspected before each use for defects and shall have weekly TCI color code attached.

General construction lighting shall be not less than 5FC. 1926.56(a)

All lamps for general illumination shall be protected from accidental contact or breakage. 1926.405(a)(2)(ii)(E)

All temp. power outlets shall be supplied with GFCI. 1926.404(b)(1)

Subpart L- Scaffolds

Each platform on all working levels shall be fully planked / decked. 1926.457(b)(1)

Scaffold frames shall bear on base plates and mud sills or other adequate firm foundation. 1926.457(c)(2)

Scaffolds with a height to base width greater than 4-1 shall be restrained from tipping. 1926.457(c)(1)(ii)

Debris shall not accumulate on scaffold platforms. 1926.457(f)(13)

Guardrail systems installed shall meet fall protection requirements. 1926.451(g)(4)(i)

Proper access and egress shall be provided. 1926.451(e)

TCI Competent person inspection signature sheet shall be completed daily prior to start of work.

Subpart M- Fall Protection

Unprotected sides or edges 6ft or greater shall have a guardrail system. 1926.50(b)(1)

PFAS shall be used when guardrail systems are not feasible at heights 6ft or greater. 1926.501(b)(2)(i)

Warning line systems shall be erected not less than 6ft from the roof edge. 1926.501(b)(2)(ii)

Guardrails shall include top rail of 42inches +\- 3, midrail shall be installed midway from top rail to working level, with toe board. Guardrail system shall be capable of withstanding 200 lbs of force. 1926.502(b)(1)

Personal fall arrest system shall be worn and attached to the boom or basket when working from an aerial lift. 1926.453(b)(2)(v)

Holes greater than 2 inches in diameter shall be marked "HOLE" and secured to prevent displacement. 1926.502(i)(4)

Controlled access zones shall be established with physical barriers. 1926.502(g)(1)

Wire cable used as guardrail system shall be flagged at 6ft intervals. 1926.502(f)(2)(i)

Openings lower than 39" shall be guarded. 1926.502(b)(14)

Subpart P- Excavations

Ladders shall be provided for access / egress within 25ft of any worker. 1926.657(c)(2)

Ladders provided for access / egress in trench/ excavations greater than 4ft? 1926.657(c)(2)

Spoils shall be placed at a minimum of 2ft from the edge. 1926.657(j)(2)

Proper sloping / benching / shoring / boxing shall be provided for any excavations greater than 5ft in depth. 1926.652(b)

Physical barrier shall be provided at the top edge of excavation work. 1926.651(f)

TCI competent person inspection signature sheet shall be completed daily. 1926.651(k)(1)

Subpart Q- Concrete / Masonry

All reinforcing steel onto and into which individuals may fall shall be guarded. 1926.701(b)

Protruding rods, conduit, or similar devices shall be protected against impalement. 1926.701(b)

Masonry saw shall be guarded with a semicircular enclosure over the blade. 1926.702(i)(1)

Subpart R- Steel Erection

Site-specific erection plan shall be developed and submitted by a qualified person, and be available on site. 1926.752(e)

Connectors shall wear necessary fall protection at heights over 15ft and up to 30 ft, with the capability of being tied off. 1926.760(b)(3)

The boundaries of a CDZ shall be designated and clearly marked. 1926.760(b)(3)

Subpart CC- Cranes and Rigging

Cranes shall be inspected / documented on a daily basis by competent person. 1926.1412(d)

Cranes shall be inspected monthly and annually per 1926.1412(e-f)

Subpart X- Ladders/ Stairways

Extension ladders shall be secured and extended a minimum of 3 ft above landing surface. 1926.1053(b)(1)

Top step of stepladder shall not be used as a step. 1926.1053(b)(13)

Ladder and stair access and egress points shall remain clean and free of debris.

Ladder angle shall be 1/4 of working length of the ladder. 1926.1053(b)(5)

Ladders shall be maintained in good working condition. 1926.1053(a)

Ladders shall be used only for the purpose for which they were designed. 1926.1053(b)(4)

Ladders shall be used on level surfaces unless secured. 1926.1053(b)(6)

Acknowledgement
Superintendent Signature:
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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.