Weekly iMS Sheet.

  • Site appearance and layout - gut feeling - does it look right ?

  • Are there safe, clearly marked pedestrian walkways onto site and to all work areas ?

  • Do we have adequate arrangements for the evacuation of the project in an emergency ?

  • Housekeeping and waste control is maintained to a high standard in all areas ?

  • Temporary cables, hoses & pipes are being managed to avoid creating trip hazards ?

  • Suitable lighting has been installed and maintained to appropriate internal and external areas ?

  • Suitable welfare facilities including canteen, toilets, drying rooms, showers are provided & well maintained for male and female workers ?

  • Have daily inspections been undertaken of the external boundary. Is the hoarding in good condition, appropriate signage in place ?

  • Are members of the public protected from works and vehicle movements ?

  • Are all notice boards up to date with correct information ?

  • Have operatives received an effective START RIGHT brief prior to commencing works ( sample of operative and company ) below .

  • Contractor who's start right was inspected:

  • Banksman and Gatemen are aware of their responsibilities and have been briefed ( sample from operative ).

  • Banksman:

  • The overall construction of the scaffold looks and feels right and 7 day inspections are in date ?

  • Edges, openings and holes are robustly protected and inspected to prevent materials and people falling anywhere they occur on site ?

  • Low level access equipment is in good order, used by competent persons - PASMA trained and there is clear evidence of monitoring and compliance ( scaff tag etc ) ?

  • Excavations are suitably protected to prevent collapse, falls of materials & people, and have safe access in and around the excavation or trench ?

  • Temporary works & falsework have been designed and checked by a competent person, by an independent / Wates structural engineer and inspected using the Wates 3 stage permit ?

  • Demolition activities are adequately supervised and operatives have CCDO competency ?

  • Environmental controls are in place I.e. Noise, dust Suppression and dust producing activities have been identified and control measures such as vacuum systems / suppression put in place ?

  • Access is restricted to authorised people to switch rooms, electrical cabinets, electrical risers & distribution boards and is operated under a PERMIT TO WORK - when unoccupied doors remain locked with warning signs in place ?

  • Temporary electrical systems & all electrical tools have undergone a thorough examination within the last 3 months ?

  • Plant has undergone weekly inspection in the last 7 days in line with manufacturers recommendations and has an in date Thorough Examination Certificate ?

  • Appropriate refuelling / maintenance areas are away from the drains / watercourses and spill kits are available ?

  • Are lifting operations suitably controlled via Risk Assessments and Lifting Plans - Crane Excavators / telehandlers / Hiab - weekly inspections undertaken and up to date ?

  • Have steps been taken to reduce manual handling ?

  • Users of hazardous substances ( COSHH ) are aware of safe use and substances are stored correctly ?

  • Are operatives briefed / aware of their quality risks and control to prevent mistakes and defects ? ( sample required )

  • Defect Control:

  • Does the workmanship look and feel right ? ( check a top 10 quality risk activity ). If not review the employers requirements / design and / or manufacturers instructions. ( sample checked )

  • Workmanship Inspection:

  • Discuss the test and inspection hold points ( Own, Wates & 3rd party checks ). Are they at the right time and frequency and is the sub-contractor complying with them ? NOTE WHAT WAS DISCUSSED.

  • Discuss the sub-contractors quality records, are they adequate to prove compliance ? NOTE RECORDS DISCUSSED.

  • Are completed works / stored materials adequately protected from weather damage ?

  • NOTES:

This inspection sheet confirms that the item or area detailed above is 100% completed in line with the current specification, drawings and pre agreed sample panels although still remaining Sub Contractors responsibility until practical completion has been achieved.

  • Manager :

  • Manager

The templates available in our Public Library have been created by our customers and employees to help get you started using SafetyCulture's solutions. The templates are intended to be used as hypothetical examples only and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice. You should seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of a template is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction. Any ratings or scores displayed in our Public Library have not been verified by SafetyCulture for accuracy. Users of our platform may provide a rating or score that is incorrect or misleading. You should independently determine whether the template is suitable for your circumstances. You can use our Public Library to search based on criteria such as industry and subject matter. Search results are based on their relevance to your search and other criteria. We may feature checklists based on subject matters we think may be of interest to our customers.