|1. Complies with First Aid Requirements
- Have a current First Aid certificate.
- Report near misses to supervisor or foreman.
- Report an accident or injury (no matter how
small) to the supervisor or foreman.
- Locate the First Aid box and Eye Station.
- Recognize that workplace safety regulations
differ between prov. and contractors.
|2. Complies with all requirements for the safe
handling, storage and disposal of hazardous
- Have a current WHMIS or Safe-T-Disk
- Have a current Dangerous Goods Transportation
Certificate if applicable.
- Locate the fire extinguisher
- Identify the type of fire extinguisher(s)
- Act appropriately to avoid fuel spills i.e do
not overall the tank.
- Identify the muster area in the event of a
|3. Complies with all requirements on OHS and
- Check to ensure that chemicals are labelled
- Check to ensure that chemicals are stored
- Check to ensure that materials are labelled
- Check to ensure that materials are stored
- Check to ensure that equipment is not
leaking oil or fuels.
- Ensure that site-specific environmental
impact regulations are being followed.
- Dispose of excess contaminated materials
|4. Complies with employer/client OHS requirements
inc PPE, lock-out and tag-out procedures.
- Recognize the impact of alcohol, drugs and
medication on performance.
- Wear current hardhat.
- Wear approved construction safety glasses.
- Wear appropriate hearing protection (earplugs
and/or ear muffs).
- Wear reflective safety vest.
- Wear fire retardant coveralls if appropriate.
- Use appropriate respiratory protection as
- Use appropriate hand protection (chemicals).
- Use safety certified boots (appropriate to the
- Lock-Out and Tag-Out Procedures
- Shut down the equipment.
- Disconnect the power supply or have it disconnected.
- Note clearly on a plastic tag-out tag the problem
with the equipment.
- Hang a ‘lock-out’ tag to the ignition switch and
ensure that it is visible.
- Advise the supervisor ASAP of the problem.
- Follow the instructions of the supervisor to
either remove the equipment or leave it as is.
- Secure the broken equipment with a padlock.
- Retain the key until the machinery is repaired.
|5. Wear appropriate clothing
- Wear clothing in good condition i.e. not torn.
- Wear nothing too loose
- No jewellery specifically chains and earrings.
No rings are preferred.
- Clothing not too tight to ensure free movement.
- Weather appropriate clothing.
- No sleeveless shirts