• Entry free of clutter and accessible

  • Surface free of potholes and other trip hazards

  • Non slip flooring were needed

  • Evacuation plan displayed

  • General walk ways and ramps clear

  • Entry/exits clearly marked

  • Well drained to prevent pooling of water

  • Disabled parking designated and clearly marked

  • Traffic direction clearly marked

  • No standing areas clearly marked

  • Car park spaces clearly marked

  • Emergency vehicle area defined

  • Graffiti removal required

  • Hand rails stable were needed

Fire extinguisher & fire blanket

  • Fire blanket/extinguisher accessibility

  • Location sign on fire blanket visible

  • Containers free of damage

  • Maintenance tags attached

  • Are items out of date


  • Inspect for cracks and cleanliness


  • General hardware check

  • Door closer operational

  • Windows in working order


  • Check globes are working

  • Check exit lights are working


  • Posters in good order

  • Internal brand signs in good order

  • Any OH&S issues identified

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