Site Inspection Checklist

Your wife has a “honey do” list for you at home. You make a shopping list when you go shopping. You might even have a to do list at work.

The reason for “to do” and “Shopping” lists is simple, it’s so you won’t forget anything important.

So why not download and print out a site inspection list to make sure that the work site is in tiptop shape when OSHA does a surprise inspection. Here’s a great list of the different checklists that you might need provided by Oregon OSHA.

Checklists

RIGHT-click the Word documents below and select “Save Target/Link As…”
to save them to your computer for editing.
Checklist name Word Word PDF PDF
Abrasive wheel equipment grinders Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Checklists for maintaining the foundation Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Chemical exposures Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Compressed gas and cylinders Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Compressors and compressed air Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Confined spaces: permit-required Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Cranes and hoists Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Electrical safety Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Elevated surfaces Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Emergency action plan Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Employer posting Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Environmental controls Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Ergonomics: computer workstations Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Ergonomics: general Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Exit doors Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Exits (Access and Egress) Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Fire protection Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Flammable and combustible materials Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Floor and wall openings Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Hand tools and equipment Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Hazard communication Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Industrial trucks Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Infection control Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Ladders: portable Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Lockout and tagout Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Machine guarding Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Materials handling Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Medical services and first aid Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Noise: hearing conservation Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Personal protective equipment (PPE) Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Piping systems: identification Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Recordkeeping Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Safety Committees and Meetings Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Split rim and multi-piece wheel tire inflation Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Spray finishing operations Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Stairs and stairways Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Tools and equipment: portable power-operated Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Transportation: employees and materials Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Ventilation for indoor air quality Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Walkways Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Welding, cutting and brazing Word iconWord PDF iconPDF
Work environment: general Word iconWord PDF iconPDF

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