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Here are a few sample forms from the forms library:
An equipment inspection checklist form designed for compressed gas cylinder assets.
Submit hours worked and a daily work activity report using this time sheet form.
A Driver Vehicle Inspection Report as required by D.O.T. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.
An incident report form streamlined for speed and simplicity. Designed to quickly report incidents to those in charge. Information includes incident type, severity, date, location, etc.
A flowback safety audit report form including 30+ pass / fail / work-in progress checklist items.
A forklift inspection form designed as a pre-use checklist. The inspection checklist sections include tires, cylinders, engine, horn, lights, guards, forks, brakes, etc.
Fall protection equipment/asset inspection designed specifically for harnesses. Includes a pass/fail checklist for webbing, stitching, hardware, tagging, etc.
A job safety analysis (JSA) report form to be completed prior to the start of any job, task, etc. A job step process to determine hazards and hazard management strategies.
A job safety analysis (JSA) assessment form to review the quality and completeness of a specific JSA.
A job-site safety inspection checklist form that covers PPE, housekeeping, fire protection, material handling & storage, tools, electrical, ladders, and more.
A ladder inspection checklist form listing features as serviceable or defective. Checklist items include loose steps, cracks, sharp edges, etc.
A fall protection equipment inspection form designed for lanyards. Pass/fail sections include webbing and stitching evaluations.
A brief fire extinguisher inspection checklist form designed for monthly evaluation of fire extinguishers. Areas include handle, pin, gauge, seal, labels, mounting bracket, and more.
A near miss report form designed for potential hazards or incidents that did not result in any personal injury or property damage.
An inspection checklist form designed for overhead cranes. Satisfactory / un-satisfactory checklist categories evaluate interference, leakage, cracks, twisted lines, loose hardware, etc.
A PPE assessment checklist designed to assess job hazards and the need for personal protective equipment using yes/no questions and "check all that apply".
A rigging asset checklist inspection report form including categories like allow steel chain slings, wire rope rigging, wire mesh slings, and ID lifting devices.
A quick, easy to fill out safety observation card form including date, location, observation type, description, and action taken.
A silica written exposure control plan including over 1,000 questions with sections like materials, asphalt, brick, cement, concrete, drywall, grout, mortar, and more.
A safety questionnaire checklist form for evaluating vendors and contractors. Sections include certification, policies, HSE management systems, risk-assessment, emergency response, incident reporting, and more.
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