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  • The aim of the Monthly Inspection is to prevent work related accidents and ill health by identifying new hazards and checking that preventative and protective control measures are implemented and effective.

  • Monthly Inspection must be completed in the first week of each month.

  • Bay conducted

  • Who is responsible?

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

Equipment Checks

    Engineering Equipment
  • Equipment I.D

  • Has the equipment had an annual insurance inspection?

  • What is the date of the last annual insurance inspection?

  • Are the daily summary inspections of the equipment up to date?

Racking System

  • Has a SEMA inspection been completed in the last 12 months?

  • What is the date of the last SEMA inspection?

  • Has an on site monthly inspection been completed?

  • What is the date of the last in house inspection?

  • Are items stored safely? (no overhanging parts, SWL not exceeded, etc.)

Working at Height Equipment

  • What is the condition of the working at height equipment? (ladders, aircraft steps, working platforms, etc.)

  • All ladders, aircraft steps, working platforms inspected & logged in the signed register (Scafftags on all items completed)

  • Other Equipment
  • What is the equipment?

  • Were there any issues identified with the equipment?

  • Provide details

Lift Trucks

Lift Truck

  • Equipment I.D

  • Are the Pre Use Checks up to date?

  • If the equipment was unattended, has the key been removed?

  • Has the equipment been serviced in the last 12 months?

  • Has a LOLER inspection been conducted in the last 12 months?

  • Attachments
  • Equipment I.D

  • Has a LOLER inspection been conducted in the last 6 months?

  • What is the condition of the eqipment?

Personal & Protective Equipment


  • A sample check of PPE must be conducted and evidenced.

  • Is PPE suitable and adequate (RPE, footwear, hi-vis, hearing protection, welding mask, etc)



  • What was the standard of housekeeping?

  • Have excess / waste materials been removed?

  • Were trailing cables reduced as much as possible?

  • What was the condition of welfare facilities? (Toilets, rest areas, etc.)

  • Was the lighting adequate?

First Aid & Fire Safety

First Aid

  • Are First Aid Kits available?

  • Are First Aid Kits in date?

Eye Wash Stations

  • Are Eye Wash Stations sufficiently stocked and in date?

  • Do Eye Wash Stations have sufficient signage?

Fire Safety

  • Are Fire Exits unlocked and clear of obstructions inside and outside

  • Are Fire Extinguishers in position, seals intact and had annual inspection?

  • Are Fire Extinguishers free from obstruction

  • Is Fire Signage adequate? (visable, free from obstruction and not faded)

  • What is the condition of Fire Doors (Internal)


Hazardous Substances

  • Is the storage of Hazardous Substances adequate?

  • Are SDS / COSHH Assessments available to Staff?

Issues not included in Inspection

    Other Issues
  • Were any other issues identified during the inspection?

  • Provide details

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