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Contractor Management Checklist: Best Checklist Items
A checklist for contractors as part of your contractor management procedure is a critical cog for ensuring the right items are checked off as part of engaging new contractors and compliance, risk, site inductions and emergency procedures are all accounted for.
A contractor management checklist is a specific checklist in the contractor management process. Contractors are engaged to work on site and as part of that a checklist helps ensure a consistent set of steps are acknowledged and actioned as part of those contractors working with your site or workplace.
Below we talk about the most common items to include in a checklist:
Most common checklist items for contractors
Acknowledgement of induction completion
Understanding safety procedures
Acknowledgement of smoke free workplace or designated smoking areas
Viewing emergency procedure
Viewing evacuation points
Acknowledgement of site tour completion
Understood how to report an incident or safety observation
Understood how to report a new workplace hazard
Listening to the emergency evacuation sounds
Understanding speed limits on site
Acknowledging site policies
Digitally record what was acknowledged, when and by whom
Using an online check list for contractors you can record when they ticked them off, who ticked them off and what was ticked off and that they viewed and understood the matching check list item to properly ensure that contractors are prepared for site, compliant, aware of the risks and procedures.
Put materials against check list items
It's all well and good to have a check list but what about the material that the check list items relate to? Ensuring that they are attached to the check list item so that as clicked and read, the contractor is acknowledging what they see versus just a general check list the click down through and haven't actually read.
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