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Inspection

Ground Level

Ensured that ventilation units operate properly

Ensured there are no obstructions blocking air intakes

Checked for nests and droppings near outdoor air intakes

Determined that dumpsters are located away from doors, windows, and outdoor air intakes

Checked potential sources of air contaminants near the building (chimneys, stacks, industrial plants, exhaust from nearby buildings)

Ensured that vehicles avoid idling near outdoor air intakes

Minimized pesticide application

Ensured that there is proper drainage away from the building (including roof downspouts)

Ensured that sprinklers spray away from the building and outdoor air intakes

Ensured that walk-off mats are used at exterior entrances and that they are cleaned regularly

Roof

Ensured that the roof is in good condition

Checked for evidence of water ponding

Checked that ventilation units operate properly (air flows in)

Ensured that exhaust fans operate properly (air flows out)

Ensured that air intakes remain open, even at minimum setting

Checked for nests and droppings near outdoor air intakes

Ensured that air from plumbing stacks and exhaust outlets flows away from outdoor air intakes

Attic

Checked for evidence of roof and plumbing leaks

Checked for birds and animal nests

General Considerations

Ensured that temperature and humidity are maintained within acceptable ranges

Ensured that no obstructions exist in supply and exhaust vents

Checked for odors

Checked for signs of mold and mildew growth

Checked for signs of water damage

Checked for evidence of pests and obvious food sources

Noted and reviewed all concerns from office occupants

Bathrooms and General Plumbing

Ensured that bathrooms and restrooms have operating exhaust fans

Ensured proper drain trap maintenance:

Water is poured down floor drains once per week (approx. 1 quart of water)

Water is poured into sinks at least once per week (about 2 cups of water)

Toilets are flushed at least once per week

Maintenance Supplies

Ensured that chemicals are used only with adequate ventilation and when building is unoccupied

Ensured that vents in chemical and trash storage areas are operating properly

Ensured that portable fuel containers are properly closed

Ensured that power equipment, like snowblowers and lawn mowers, have been serviced and maintained according to manufacturers’ guidelines

Combustion Appliances

Checked for combustion gas and fuel odors

Ensured that combustion appliances have flues or exhaust hoods

Checked for leaks, disconnections, and deterioration

Ensured there is no soot on inside or outside of flue components

Other

Checked for peeling and flaking paint (if the building was built before 1980, this could be a lead hazard)

Determined date of last radon test

Sign off
Signature of safety officer or inspector

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Inspection

Ground Level

Ensured that ventilation units operate properly

Ensured there are no obstructions blocking air intakes

Checked for nests and droppings near outdoor air intakes

Determined that dumpsters are located away from doors, windows, and outdoor air intakes

Checked potential sources of air contaminants near the building (chimneys, stacks, industrial plants, exhaust from nearby buildings)

Ensured that vehicles avoid idling near outdoor air intakes

Minimized pesticide application

Ensured that there is proper drainage away from the building (including roof downspouts)

Ensured that sprinklers spray away from the building and outdoor air intakes

Ensured that walk-off mats are used at exterior entrances and that they are cleaned regularly

Roof

Ensured that the roof is in good condition

Checked for evidence of water ponding

Checked that ventilation units operate properly (air flows in)

Ensured that exhaust fans operate properly (air flows out)

Ensured that air intakes remain open, even at minimum setting

Checked for nests and droppings near outdoor air intakes

Ensured that air from plumbing stacks and exhaust outlets flows away from outdoor air intakes

Attic

Checked for evidence of roof and plumbing leaks

Checked for birds and animal nests

General Considerations

Ensured that temperature and humidity are maintained within acceptable ranges

Ensured that no obstructions exist in supply and exhaust vents

Checked for odors

Checked for signs of mold and mildew growth

Checked for signs of water damage

Checked for evidence of pests and obvious food sources

Noted and reviewed all concerns from office occupants

Bathrooms and General Plumbing

Ensured that bathrooms and restrooms have operating exhaust fans

Ensured proper drain trap maintenance:

Water is poured down floor drains once per week (approx. 1 quart of water)

Water is poured into sinks at least once per week (about 2 cups of water)

Toilets are flushed at least once per week

Maintenance Supplies

Ensured that chemicals are used only with adequate ventilation and when building is unoccupied

Ensured that vents in chemical and trash storage areas are operating properly

Ensured that portable fuel containers are properly closed

Ensured that power equipment, like snowblowers and lawn mowers, have been serviced and maintained according to manufacturers’ guidelines

Combustion Appliances

Checked for combustion gas and fuel odors

Ensured that combustion appliances have flues or exhaust hoods

Checked for leaks, disconnections, and deterioration

Ensured there is no soot on inside or outside of flue components

Other

Checked for peeling and flaking paint (if the building was built before 1980, this could be a lead hazard)

Determined date of last radon test

Sign off
Signature of safety officer or inspector