Task Control Sheets

It is vital that safety procedures and methods are effectively communicated to your workforce.

All members of staff should have a clear understanding of how they should be conducting themselves and performing tasks.

Below is an example of how one site ensured operative knowledge and understanding of each task:

  • A task control sheet is prepared for every operation based on the RAMS.
  • This provides the person in charge of a number of operatives carrying out tasks with a detailed bullet pointed outline of the operation.
  • Each operative is required to sign that the content is understood, and the person in charge is issued with a yellow arm band with the task control sheet enclosed, similar to the procedure for permits to work already in operation.

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Second visit Monitor Report, Vinci Construction, Bedfordshire, February 2016


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