1.0 Previous Audit

  • 1.1 Is the 1S still valid? Have remarks made during the 1S audit been addressed and resolved?

2.0 Workshop/Offices

  • 2.1 Have the work area(s), storage area(s), tooling and locations of equipment been clearly identified and labeled?

3.0 Workstation/Working Area

  • 3.1 Are the tools, equipment, parts and supplies easily accessible?

  • 3.2 Is everything organized by frequency of use? (e.g. most used items nearest to the operator)

  • 3.3 Are items easily visible? e.g. SOP, OPL, tooling, safety risk information, etc.

  • 3.4 Are all items sorted in their place? Are they protected from damage?

  • 3.5 Is it easy to identify a missing item? (e.g. shadow boards) Is it easy to know who uses it?

  • 3.6 Are required protective equipment shown in the work area? Are they available and effective? Are they easily accessible? (e.g. PPE, machine guards, etc.)

  • 3.7 Have risk of accidents/incidents been eliminated or reduced to a minimum?

  • 3.8 Is the work area accessible to allow proper cleaning?

  • 3.9 Are cables/pipes fixed or attached? Their function is it understandable? Are they readily identifiable?

  • 3.10 Are floors in good condition?

4.0 Identification and Markings

  • 4.1 Has everything been identified with a label? (e.g. bins, tool box, etc.)

  • 4.2 Are risks of accidents/incidents identified, displayed and complete? (e.g. EPI to be worn, risks in workstation, extinguishers available, RIA identified and accessible)

  • 4.3 Are recycling containers properly identified?

  • 4.4 Does each tool have an identified place? (e.g. shadow boards, pictures, etc.)

  • 4.5 Is each tool referenced in the work instruction? (i.e. reference and name of the tool)

  • 4.6 Does each part/assembly aide/lubricants have an identified place? (e.g. shadow board, picture, etc.)

  • 4.7 Is each part/lubricant referenced? (i.e. reference, product name, product details, etc.)

  • 4.8 Are MIN/MAX quantities shown?

  • 4.9 Are different areas clearly identified? (e.g. arrival/exit rooms, passing trucks, etc.)

  • 4.10 Is the scrap in the area clearly identified? Are scrap items clearly identified? (e.g. date, responsible, etc.)

  • 4.11 Are files/folders clearly identified?

  • General Notes/Observations

  • Signature of Lead Auditor

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