• 1. Previous Inspection Items appropriately actioned

  • 2. All Contractors’ Details contained within the Contractor Register

  • 3. All relevant Contractor Work Method Statements reviewed and approved

  • 4. General safety induction evidence sighted for all on-site personnel

  • 5. Emergency & Evacuation Info correct and prominently displayed

  • 6. Hazardous Substances Register complete to include all on-site substances

  • 7. MSDS contained with Hazardous Substances Register

  • 8. Site signage displayed prominently and safely

  • 9. Amenities provided and well maintained

  • 10. Access ways are clear of tripping hazards

  • 11. Parking & delivery vehicles practices are being done safely & with spotters

  • 12. Mandatory PPE being worn

  • 13. Activity specific PPE being worn as per Contractor Work Method Statements

  • 14. Prescribed occupation holders only are undertaking prescribed work activities

  • 15. Safe hazardous substance use, storage and clean up

  • 16. Adequate guarding of tools and equipment

  • 17. Controls in place to minimise the risk of objects falling from heights

  • 18. All underground service checks done & communicated to Contractors

  • 19. Safe trenching & excavation practices to avoid collapse

  • 20. Sign-off received from scaffolder in relation to scaffold completion

  • 21. Scaffold remains in safe condition with adequate edge protection

  • 22. Residual Current Device checked and operational

  • 23. Safe portable power tool practices

  • 24. Safe Contractor Work Practices as per Work Method Statements

  • Other Specific requirements or observations identfied during the site inspection

Corrective Actions

  • Enter any corretive actions that will be undertaken

Sign Off

  • On Site representative

  • Auditor

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