• Document No.

  • Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

Traffic Management

  • Traffic management plan on site

  • Are signs appropriate

  • Are traffic signs in good condition

  • Are traffic controllers wearing appropriate P.P.E

  • Is pedestrian traffic managed correctly and well signed

  • Is work site we'll protected (people, plant, equipment)

  • Are signs well located and visible

  • Are sufficient cones used

  • Traffic controllers vehicle(s) in good order, flashing lights used

  • Is level 2 traffic controller on site

  • Jewellery, watches, rings or other body adornments removed

Personal Protective Equipment

  • Hard hats, footwear, safety glasses, gloves and sunscreen worn where appropriate

  • Approved work clothing with sleeves down

  • Pole belt/ safety harness in test and fit for use. Worn as per Thiess Work Practice

Equipment Testing

  • Plant and machinery in test date where appropriate

  • Gloves and sleeves within test date

  • Insulation cover within test date

  • Lifting gear within test date

  • Testing equipment within test date

  • Are 240v tools and leads within test

  • Ladders within test date

  • Vehicle/Plant/trailer log books completed EMFRs completed and submitted (if applicable)

  • Fire extinguisher in date and available


  • Spill kits available and complete

  • Are environmental risks identified and appropriate controls in place

  • MSDS sheets accessible

  • Are fire ant precautions in place if applicable

First Aid

  • First aid kit available and location clearly labeled

  • Is first aid kit complete, in test and in good order

Work planning

  • Tailgate talk conducted

  • DYBD on site if applicable

  • On site risk assessment been conducted and filled out correctly

Work practices

  • Effective safety observer

  • Pole top rescue kit located easily to perform a rescue if required

  • Construction sign erected, poles inspected where required and vehicles and plant located safely

  • Drop zones clearly identified

  • Workers clear of drop zone - clear communication when entering drop zone.

  • Appropriate tests carried out (De energised, polarity, phase rotation, pole inspection etc.)

  • Working live Work Practice followed

  • Access permit/ De energisation permit conditions met

  • Exclusion zones followed

  • Conductors adequately controlled

Work Quality

  • Cross arms horizontal, poles vertical, sags even

  • Work completed as per works plan/ changes noted on works plan

  • Worksites left clean and tidy

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