• Does any equipment need to be isolated prior to going at height?

  • Does the job require a written risk assessment (or JSA)?

  • Is the lifting equipment the correct color code?

  • Areas that will be exposed to any falling objects must be barriered off.
    Are there any areas not barriered?

  • Has all the equipment been inspected?
    Tools and Fall Protections?

  • Has a buddy check been performed on fall protection equipment?

  • Are two barriers maintained at all times?

  • What hazards were identified during the inspections?

  • What control measures will be implemented?

  • Has the Responsible Authority been informed?

  • Did all the involved personnel participate in planning the job?

  • Is the plan understood by all involved personnel?

  • Is it safe to proceed?

  • List the tools to be taken to an elevated level:

  • Has the work site been inspected and all loose or dismantled equipment brought down after the job is finished?

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