1.0 Work at height

Guardrails/rigid barricades in place and adequate

Hole covers in place and adequate

Scaffolding- tagged, signed off, contact name and number

100% tie off being followed

2.0 Scaffolds/ ladders/ gang planks

Scaffolding- tagged, signed off, contact name and number

Ladders- good condition, secured, correct angle, extended past landing

Gang planks- secured at one end, correct angle, proper handrails

3.0 Motorized heavy equipment

Pedestrian and vehicle traffic seperated

Flaggers in place

High-visibility clothing used

No approach of equipment until acknowledgement by operator

Swing radius barricades as appropriate

4.0 Material handling

Worker's clear of line of fire when loads moved

Loads are stable prior to unstrapping

Loads are secured before transit

Materials are stored properly, as required

5.0 Confined space entry

Permit requirements followed and signed permit available

Forced ventilation in place

Atmospheric testing done

Attendants in place

6.0 Cranes and rigging

Crane and suspended load area is clear of unauthorized personnel

Swing radius barricaded

Tag lines in use

Daily rigging inspection documented in team book

7.0 Trenching and excavations

Competent person available and daily inspection in team book

Benched, sloped, shared properly when deeper than 5 feet

Spill dirt, equipment and material storage at least 2 feet from edge

No water accumulation in excavations

Access and egress provided every 25 feet

8.0 Electrical work

Working on live equipment to be avoided unless not possible

Proper PPE in place such as flame resistant clothing and voltage rated gloves as needed for live work

Work area properly barricaded

Live work permits in place

All equipment, tools and materials kept minimum 20 feet from overhead lines (up to 350 kV)

9.0 Hazardous energy control/ line breaking

Identify and isolate potential energy sources and stored energy such as electrical, hydraulic, pressure and chemical

Lockout, tag, verify zero energy prior to working on systems, or equipment

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.