Part 1: GENERAL INFORMATION

The Responsible Person for the estate safety

  • Name of the Responsible Person (RP), Management Representative or Landlord

  • Contact details of Responsible Person

2 The site description

  • Brief details of the estate: Number of buildings, number of streets, recreational areas, parking locations etc.

3 Housekeeping

  • Is the standard of housekeeping adequate within common areas, including refuse locations?

  • Is the area kept in a clean and tidy nature with unnecessary accumulation of waste avoided?

4 General signage and notices

  • Are general health & safety signs and notices suitable and sufficient?

  • Is the assembly area signed, if required?

Part 5: GENERAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

  • Are slips, trips and falls appropriately managed (e.g. steps, slopes, ramps, etc)?

  • Are hand rails in good condition?

  • Is the standard communal lighting free from defects? (clean, bulbs present and operational, free from blind spots, etc)

  • Is vehicle movement and traffic segregation well managed? (car parks, pedestrian segregation, turning circle for F&RS appliances)

  • Are refuse areas well managed? (not overloaded, free from Is COSHH items, suitably secure and segregated)

  • Are gardens well maintained? (walk ways clear, free from tools, gardening equipment, waste or other site specific hazards)?

  • Is Control of Contractors well managed? (vetting, competency, insurances, risk assessments, method statements, etc)

  • Is security well managed, if applicable? (CCTV, Security Operatives, Outbuildings, Access & Egress, Security Lighting)?

  • Is there a system present for the reporting of notifiable injuries (RIDDOR)?

  • Miscellaneous

Part 6: HEALTH & SAFETY FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Item 1

  • Recommendations

  • Action taken and date

  • Item 2

  • Recommendations

  • Action

  • Item 3

  • Recommendations

  • Action taken and date

  • Item 4

  • Recommendations

  • Action taken and date

  • Item 5

  • Recommendations

  • Item 6

  • Recommendations

  • Action taken and date

  • Item 7

  • Recommendations

  • Action taken and date

  • Item 8

  • Recommendations

  • Action taken and date

  • Item 9

  • Recommendations

  • Action taken and date

  • Item 10

  • Recommendations

  • Assessors signature of completion

  • Action taken and date

Re-Assessment

  • RP or Landlords Representative acknowledgement (if present)

  • UKFRAS Office Audit signature of completion

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