Review Health and safety personnel
Any changes to any Health and Safety personnel?
Update JSA’s and training record
Have all new employees, sub-contractors and visitors to site received H&S inductions?
Has all H&S related training has been accurately recorded?
Have you review the training register and make sure the contractor has added new employees and checked the expiry dates of any certificates?
% compliance training records
% compliance site inductions
Are all the main contractors employees and all the sub-contractors wearing their PPE at all times?
% PPE compliance.
Have site inspection be carried across the whole site on a monthly basis by the main contractor?
% Scheduled inspections/ internal and external audits
Work Permit Systems
Have you listed the permit of works that are in place and being issued to controlling hazards associated with non-routine or hazardous work?
Have all work activities to be subject to hazard analysis, JSA’s and risk assessment?
%Risk/Hazard assessment complete.
Have you attach all JSA's with this report?
Incident Reporting for the quarter
Have there been any Serious Harm Incidents?
Has there been any Lost Time Incidents?
Has there been any Medical Treatment Incidents?
Has there been any HiPo incidents?
Does the incident records on-site match your records for the quarter?
% Incidents reported within 24 hours.
% Incident investigation completed on time.
% Corrective actions implemented.
Emergency Planning and Procedures
Has the main contractor tested their emergency plan?
Health and Safety Plans and Objectives
List objectives set for the next quarter by the main contractor?
Todd Property Project Engineers/Managers Quarterly Report
A project engineers and project managers are appointed to oversee the contractor and to ensure the main contractor and sub-contractor fulfil all their contractual requirements. Use this template to monitor the main contractor against the expectations of Todd Property and the SSSP.
Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended
take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or
or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such
permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.