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Landscape Maintenance Safety Checklist

A landscape maintenance safety checklist is a helpful tool that can be used to ensure the safety of workers while they are working on your property.

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Landscape General Safety Self-Inspection Checklist
General Requirements
Have your landscapers been trained about the necessary safety precautions when doing landscaping work?
Are you aware of the requirement to report any work-related amputation, loss of an eye, or in-patient hospitalization of any employee?
Do you provide required safety and health training for all employees? Do you maintain a record of the training, date it was conducted, and who provided the training?
I am aware of the different types of dangerous plants and animals
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Have you completed a PPE hazard assessment?
Can you provide documentation/certification of your PPE hazard assessment?
Have you trained employees in the proper use and storage of PPE?
Do employees use powered groundskeeping equipment wearing necessary PPE?
Do you follow proper procedures for traffic control where the fall of a limb or tree would create a hazard for an employee, pedestrian or vehicular traffic?
Sign-Off
I hereby verify the authenticity of this self-assessment and assure that necessary safety information were provided to the landscaping workers.
Landscaping Manager's Name and Signature
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A landscape maintenance safety checklist can help you stay safe while performing tasks during work. The checklist can also help you identify potential hazards before they become problems. By following these guidelines during any landscaping or construction project, you will increase the safety of all involved parties and reduce the chances of injury or accidents. The checklist contains items that should be checked before starting any work, during the project, and after it’s finished but also all necessary information regarding the equipment that the workers use. The checklist can be customized to your specific needs and concerns.
Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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