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Sample Contractor Induction Checklist Template

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How to Conduct a Contractor Induction Checklist? (Free Template)

Contractor OHS Induction checklists are used to evaluate if a general induction was performed and all necessary information from the contractor, subcontractor and/or supplier was provided before commencing work or upon entering a site.

The performance of a site induction with a checklist allows contractors/workers to know the risks and limitations of an organization/workplace. In order to begin work, the inspection documentation is to be produced. The documentation of names, number of participants as well as insurance, certification, registration are all included during the induction process. The confirmation of topics such as layout, hazards and emergency evacuation plans are to be discussed to all participants to prevent incidents on site and create a safe working environment for all.

What’s included in a Contractor Induction Checklist?

What needs to be covered off in a Contractor Induction checklist?

Capturing data from Contractors is vital for any business along with being a legal requirement. The way in which this information is captured various across organizations, however, there’s no right or wrong way about it.

Safety inductions are to be performed for Contractors, Subcontractors and Suppliers projects. The use of a general contractor induction template is to confirm the safe work methods, procedures, and instructions were reviewed and actioned by the contractors.

By committed to a safe working environment, the following needs to be completed –
The Contractor Induction Checklist template has been developed to outline the requirements of contractors undertaking works (construction, maintenance, etc.) for or on behalf of an organization.

As a prior condition to commencing any work, contractors are required to complete the Contractor Induction checklist (following the steps below) to ensure an understanding of an organizations WHS management systems and to provide specific rules for working on site.
By completing this induction, it is intended that everyone working within an organization will be able to play their role in maintaining a safe workplace for all.

Any failure to follow these rules can result in:

  • you or others around you being harmed or suffering injuries
  • immediate removal from the site or contractor list
  • you and/or your company being fined and/or prosecuted by WorkCover.

This commitment extends to all contractors, subcontractors and suppliers of services to all organizations and properties.

What is a Contractor Induction?

Contractor Induction – A contractor induction is the collection of required information from your contractors to ensure compliance for working on a site/project, presenting safety, site-specific and workplace introduction information to them, assessing competency and getting acknowledgements on important checklists, forms, policies and procedures with an induction card issues at the end.

 

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Other downloadable sample templates can be found below –

Sample template of an asbestos register

Sample Health and Safety WHS policies and procedures

Does your current process put you at the risk of fines or penalties?

Without an effective contractor management system, organizations risk financial penalties, workplace accidents, environmental disasters and interruption to vital production. Companies that outsource work need to engage a system that manages health & safety compliance, insurance obligations, licensing, permits, certification, training and thousands of documents. Smart companies minimize corporate risk by implementing an effective contractor management system.

By having a safety software system (SMS), you can automate these steps with online check-ins, the ability to print badges and scan identification plus many other features. This functionality allows workers and visitors on site to be managed via an online system to avoid using a whole stack of programs and paper documents allowing businesses to have full visibility in one place to report on figures.

A Safe Work procedure (SWP) is an integral part of the risk management process as it outlines the hazards, risks and associated controls measures to be applied to ensure the task/activity is conducted in a way to reduce the risk of injury.

 

And as always, keep safe out there.

By Donesafe at Donesafe.com