- How It Works
- What You Get
Work permits for contractors are used for high-risk jobs and are required if there is a risk of serious injury that cannot be adequately controlled by normal safeguards. The Excavation Dig Work Permit is designed to provide contractors with a simple, yet comprehensive guide to working in excavation sites on your property.
This is a multi-copy document that is displayed at the work site to indicate hazardous work is underway. The document includes a hazard questionnaire, PPE requirement record, authorization, and project completion sections.
The reverse of the document displays a hazard sign - and it is kept in a waterproof plastic wallet held in place by cable ties (sold separately).
This multi-page document includes three copies – the last page doubling as a hazard sign to display on the work site. The hazard sign can be kept in a waterproof plastic wallet held in place by cable ties (sold separately). Watch the video below for how it works (video is using a general work permit for example).