1: Site appearance and layout - gut feeling - does it look right ?
2: Bin the Broom - have the project team stopped using brooms on site to sweep up in favour of - Vacuums / mechanical sweepers which do not produce dust ? Have dust making activities been identified and suitably controlled ?
3: Are there safe clearly marked pedestrian walkways, free of temporary cables, hoses, pipes or other trip hazards ?
4: Is housekeeping and the storage of materials well managed and maintained to a high standard to prevent damage or injury ?
5: What are the working at height risks and how are they being managed e.g. Suitable hole and edge protection in place - access equipment in good order and appropriate for the task.
6: Select an activity - check if the operatives have had a morning briefing / start right ?
7: Which high quality risk area have you discussed with operatives / supervisors on site - do they understand their quality controls in place to prevent mistakes and defects and what are the areas for improvement ?
8: Does the workmanship look and feel right ? If not discuss the employers requirements / design and / or manufacturers instructions.
9: Are members of the public adequately protected ? Consider safe access, the impact of construction traffic, mud on roads and sub-contractor parking ?
10: how are the project team using impact training to build relationships and have fierce conversations ?
11: What environmental or community targets ( PEP Section 2 ) have been set by the client or site team and how are these being implemented and recorded e.g. BREEAM / CFSH, CCS, Waste, Carbon, Social Enterprise, Apprentices, Work Experience etc.
12: What are the significant environmental risks on this project and how are the team & our supply chain managing these e.g. Materials, Waste, Pollution, Good Neighbour, energy, Water.
Check with site team if they have the support they need, what issues do they have that they need your help to resolve ? What can be done to improve ?
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