Field Level Hazard Assessment Form

Use this Field Level Hazard Assessment Form to identify and assess potential hazards of a specific job, ensuring compliance with safety protocols.

Field Level Hazard Assessment Form



Environmental Hazards

1. Is the work area clean?


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2. Is material storage identified?


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3. Are there dust/mist/fumes present?


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4. Is there excessive noise in the area?


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5. Are extreme temperatures a concern?


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6. Is there a potential for spills?


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7. Is waste properly managed?


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8. Is an excavation permit required?


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9. Are there other workers in the area?


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10. Have weather conditions been considered?


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11. Has the MSDS been reviewed?


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Ergonomic Hazards

1. Is the body position awkward?


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2. Is the hazard of overextension addressed?


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3. Are there ergonomic hazards present, such as prolonged twisting/repetitive/bending motion?


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4. Is working in a tight area a potential issue?


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5. Is the lift too heavy/awkward to handle?


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6. Are hands not in the line of sight?


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7. Is there a risk associated with working above your head?


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Access/Egress Hazards

1. Has the aerial lift/man basket been inspected and tagged?


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2. Is the scaffold inspected and tagged?


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3. Are ladders tied off?


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4. Are there potential slips/trips in the area?


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5. Is the hosting of tools and equipment done?


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6. Are evacuation alarms, and routes set in place?


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7. Is a confined/restricted space entry permit required?


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Overhead Hazards

1. Are barricades and signs in place?


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2. Have hole coverings been identified?


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3. Have harnesses/lanyards been inspected?


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4. Is there a 100% tie-off with the harness and identified anchor points?


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5. Is there a risk of falling objects?


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6. Are power lines a hazard?


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7. Is hoisting or moving loads overhead a concern?


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Rigging & Hoisting Hazards

1. Is a lift study required?


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2. Are proper tools used?


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3. Are tools/slings inspected?


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4. Is equipment inspected?


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5. Are others working overhead/below?


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6. Is the critical lift permit available?


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Electrical Hazards

1. Is a GFI Test done?


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2. Are lighting levels too low?


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3. Are working on/near energized equipment done?


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4. Are electrical cords/tool conditions monitored?


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5. Is a fire extinguisher available?


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6. Is there a need for a hot work or electrical permit?


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Personal Limitations

1. Are procedures not available for tasks?


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2. Are instructions confusing?


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3. Is training for tasks or tools to be used provided?


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4. Is it your first time performing the task?


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