Make a carpentry checklist that works for you. Carpentry work moves at a fast pace and there’s always pressure from the budget, the schedule and from quality and safety standards. You can make up your own personal checklists to ensure that you don’t overlook something important. A good checklist is tightly focused on a specific topic and straight to the point. Here is an example of a 50-word checklist that you can make into a credit card so that it could fit in you wallet.
Seven “Killer Mistakes”
1-Turning a blind eye to a real or potential safety problem
2-Losing your cool in front of others
3-Blowing hot and cold
4-Failing to follow basic company policies and procedures
5-Breaking trust with co-worker
7-Treating individuals unequally-for any reason that’s unrelated to work performance
A checklist can be a full page (or more) of key items on a complicated topic-for example Project Close Out. Here are several ideas for personal checklist. As you look through this website add your own ideas make up a few check lists and see how they work.
-Daily crew meeting agenda: 5 minutes at the start of the day-Daily job log and documentation checklist-Special crew meeting agenda: at the start of a task or procedure that’s risky or dangerous -Daily Gotta Do List: things that must be done, each day before leaving the jobsite-New crewmember orientation
The most common checklists that most carpenters’ handle is a material check list. The material check list is a list that has inventory on it of what materials that are needed to complete the job.
Words Of Wisdom
One of the main weaknesses of carpenters and mankind in general is the average man’s familiarity with the word impossible. He knows all the rules that will not work. He knows all the things that cannot be done. This website was made for those who seek the rules which have made others successful and are willing to stake everything on those rules. "What I want for myself I want for all"
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