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Top Five Take 5 Safety Checklists

A Take 5 pre-start checklist is used to identify health and safety hazards before starting work on a job and should take less than 5 minutes to complete. It helps workers and contractors, particularly those new to a site reduce exposure to hazards and risks.

Streamline your Take 5 safety checks using the iAuditor mobile inspection app. Replace your inefficient Take 5 paper forms with these digital Take 5 checklists. Install your free template and iAuditor app, record pre-task steps with a tap of a finger, capture photos of identified hazards, sign off electronically, save your reports in the cloud, start your shift safely.

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1. Take 5 Safety Checklist

This digital Take 5 pre-start safety checklist is designed to help workers and contractors minimize health and safety risks and hazards. It should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete. Stop and answer the questions in the template before proceeding with your work. The checklist asks the user to confirm they have received training, are aware of safety processes and have actively identified hazards and risks. Complete the Take 5 by providing a digital signature.

2. Take 5 Group Safety Checklist

Use this Take 5 Group Safety Checklist when performing Take 5 pre-starts with a group of attendees. Ask the group all safety, process and hazard identification questions before starting work. Confirm Yes/ No for all responses, document all reasons for any No responses. Have everyone provide their digital signature at the end of the Take 5 including the supervisor in charge. Automatically sync your completed reports in the cloud, access all documents online from your computer using the iAuditor web app.

3. Take 5 Risk Assessment

This Take 5 Risk Assessment should be completed before commencing a task. STOP for 5 minutes to think about the task and answer the questions. Identify hazards have been adequately controlled. Use the iAuditor app to take photo evidence of any identified hazards. Browse here for more digital risk assessment templates.

4. Take 5 Construction Checklist

This Take 5 Construction Safety template can be used to take note and raise awareness for construction workers of hazards and assess risk on the construction site. Focus on the critical risk activities, document SWMS references use and assess risks identified. Generate digital PDF reports on your mobile using the iAuditor app and securely save all your reports in the cloud.

5. Toolbox Talk Template

A toolbox talk is an effective pre-start exercise to have your workers gather to identify high-risk tasks and hazards before each shift. Use this general toolbox talk template to record all concerns discussed and raised by the team. Record all attendees and have them provide their digital signature on the iAuditor mobile app. Save all your reports securely in the cloud. Browse for more toolbox talk templates here.

How to Complete a Take 5 for Safety

  1. Stop think about the potential dangers associated with the job
  2. Look identify any hazards
  3. Assess the risk. Consider any possible threats of damage or injury
  4. Manage controls. Implement suitable control measures to reduce risk.
  5. Safely complete the task