• Subcontractor site-specific safety plan/fall protection plan etc. on-site

  • OSHA/State required safety postings on-site

  • Weekly safety meeting - (topic noted on sign-up sheet & copies submitted to Trane)

  • Personnel Attendance Lsit

  • Name and Company
  • Name (first and last)

  • Company

  • Subcontractor daily inspection by supervisor or safety representative - (On-site and reviewed)

  • All accidents/incidents/near misses reported to Trane supervisor and EHS immediately (subcontractor and Trane)

  • Proper PPE Use - (Minimum - safety glasses, hard hat, steel toe boots - note additional as required)

  • Safe Roof/Mezzanine/Floor access - (List type of access)

  • Overhead protection in place for overhead work (crane, helicopter, steel installation, roof openings, roof edge - note additional when applicable)

  • Fall Protection system in place for work closer than 15-feet from fall hazard (roof edge, floor openings, etc)

  • Proper fall protection used by all exposed employees

  • Training per regulator requirements

  • Tethered Fall Protection

  • Picture of Fall Protection

  • One person per tether line (each line is rated for 2000 lbs)

  • Full Harness used

  • Monitored System Used

  • Float or very low pitched roof

  • Monitored easily identified (different color vest, hard hat, etc)

  • Monitoring/Warning lines or alarms on place and greater than 15 feet from edge

  • Picture of Monitoring System

  • Trenching

  • No Water

  • Is Deeper than 36 inches (3 Feet)

  • Shoring Installed

  • Picture of Shoring

  • Proper Slope

  • Ladder Access every 50 feet

  • Picture of Ladder

  • Ladders in Use on Site

  • Step Ladders

  • Inspected

  • Fully Extended

  • Proper Height (not stangng on top two rungs)

  • Step Ladder Pictures

  • Extension Ladders

  • Secured at top

  • 36 inch overlap at landing

  • Pictures of Extension Ladders

  • Inspected

  • 4 to 1 ratio

  • Scaffolding At use on site

  • Inspected Daily (meets all regulator requirements)

  • Personnel are Trained for use

  • Scaffolding Erectors are specifically trained for erecting scaffolding

  • Slips/Trips/Fall Hazards (holes covered, water cleared, trip hazards)

  • Description of At Risk Hazard

  • Hazard Description
  • Description

  • Picture of At Risk Hazard

  • Crane Use

  • Trane Use Checklist

  • Forklift

  • Inspected Daily before use

  • Seat belt used

  • Trained operator

  • Hot Work

  • Extinguishers every 75 ft

  • Inspected Monthly

  • Combustible Materials moved away from Hot Work Areas

  • Hot Work Permits Completed

  • Fire Watch for 30 mins after hot work complete

  • Electrical Safety Work

  • Using GFCI on all equipment

  • All Extension Cords inspected and less than 50 feet

  • Lock Outs Tag Outs per regulations

  • Work in Switchgear or Electrical Panel

  • Panel Voltage

  • How many Cals Required

  • Minimum Cals Meet

  • Picture of worker in PPE

  • NFPA 70E followed

  • Good house Keeping Maitained

  • Description of Problem Area

  • Picture of Cleaning Area

  • Hazardous Material

  • MSDS onsite

  • Proper Storage Area

  • Proper PPE when handeling

  • Staff/Public Protection

  • Issue

  • Safety Issue
  • Description

  • Picture of At Risk Area/Issue

  • Proper Lighting in Work Areas

  • Noise Control Areas

  • Weather

  • Weather Description

  • Wind Speed (mph)

  • Other Issues

  • Details about other issues

  • Other Issues Descriptions
  • Additional Notes and Corrective Actions

  • Additional General Pictures

  • Signature

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