1.0 MSDS, Administration, Labelling

  • 1.1 Are MSDS readily accessible at application or Is there a "Point of Use Safety Card"?

  • 1.2 Are MSDS or "Point of Use Safety Card" current and up to date?

  • 1.3 Are Primary Containers / Dosing Tanks labelled?

  • 1.4 Are the Container Labels clearly positioned, undamaged and easily read?

  • 1.5 Are the product feed lines labelled?

  • 1.6 Is the Dosing Controller labelled and easily identified?

  • 1.7 Are the Dosing Pumps labelled and easily identified?

2.0 Chemical feedlines

  • 2.1 Are feedlines run near steam lines?

  • 2.2 Are feedlines running over an electrical control panel?

  • 2.3 Are feedlines valved upstream in front of delivery pump?

  • 2.4 Are feedlines positioned as Not to create a fold or pinch point?

  • 2.5 Are all quick connects, camlocks and vent caps secured?

  • 2.6 Are there any fittings / valves / piping made of obviously incompatible materials?

  • 2.7 Are all feedlines properly secured?

  • 2.8 Are feed lines doubled walled?

  • 2.9 Is there any sign of product leakage?

3.0 Storage and Tanks

  • 3.1 Are the storage / dosing tanks bunded?

  • 3.2 Does the bund have sufficient capacity to contain the total volume of the storage tank?

  • 3.3 If applicable, is the tank double walled?

  • 3.4 Are the fill lines for the tanks easily identifiable and readily accessible?

  • 3.5 Are there any signs of storage tank leaks?

  • 3.6 Are pumps bunded or contained within the main bund?

  • 3.7 Are the pumps in good condition?

  • 3.8 Are there any signs of pump or fitting leaks?

  • 3.9 Is the Chemical Storage area appropriately ventilated?

  • 3.10 If spill containment is required, has it been put in place?

  • 3.11 If tank is indoors, have the appropriate overflow and venting measures been taken?

4.0 Chemical Transfer Pumps and Equipment

  • 4.1 Are chemical transfer pumps used?

  • 4.2 Is it Air Driven?

  • 4.2 A.) Is it well maintained?

  • 4.2 B.) Is there any visible damage?

  • 4.3 Is it Electrically Driven?

  • 4.3 A) Is it an appropriate voltage?

  • 4.3 B) Has it been tested and inspected in accordance with local legal requirements?

  • 4.3 C) Is there any visible damage?

  • 4.4 Are the associated hoses stored and maintained appropriately?

  • 4.5 Is there any visible damage on hoses?

  • 4.6 Are connections and fittings suitable and sufficient?

5.0 Housekeeping

  • 5.1 Is the bund clean and presentable?

  • 5.2 Is the bund free of any foreign materials?

  • 5.3 Is the area surrounding the bund clear and accessible?

  • 5.4 Are redundant feed lines left in place?

  • 5.5 Does any redundant equipment require removal?

  • 5.6 Is the floor surface free of slip, trip and fall hazards?

6.0 Other safety measures

  • 6.1 Is there a PPE Storage Area?

  • 6.2 Is the PPE storage unit clean and in usable condition?

  • 6.3 Where applicable, is there a Safety Shower present or available?

  • 6.4 A) is there safe access to the Safety Shower?

  • 6.4 B) is the Safety Shower an appropriate distance from the chemical use / storage area?

  • 6.5 Where applicable, is there an Eye Wash present or available?

  • 6.5 A) is there safe access to the Eye Wash?

  • 6.5 B) is the Eye Wash an appropriate distance from the chemical use / storage area?

  • 6.6 Are fire extinguishers available?

  • 6.7 Are Emergency exits identifiable and easily accessible?

  • 6.8 Does the employee know where the evacuation / muster point is?

  • 6.9 Are Fork Trucks or Elevating Mobile Work Platforms used by the Worker?

  • 6.10 If "Yes" on question 6.9, does the employee have a valid certificate?

  • Has the Customer reviewed the Inspection report?

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