• Are the stairs clear of any rips or tears ?

  • Are the stair nosing in a safe condition?

  • Action: immediately make the area safe. Place a hazard or slip sign in the area and repair the damaged step. Take a photo of the completed works.

  • I confirm I have made the area safe

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  • Are the hand rails safe and secure?

  • Action: Immediately make the area safe by placing hazard signage on the area. Fix the damaged area and photo the completed work.

  • I confirm that I have made the area safe

  • Sign name below

  • Is there any damage to the vinyl flooring?

  • Is there any damage to the partition wall?

  • Is their any damage to the fire door exit?

  • Are the windows or frames damaged in any way?

  • Are any of the power sockets or blanks damaged or missing.

  • Are any of the sensors missing or damaged?

  • Are the lights working correctly?

  • Are the doors to the kitchen areas working correctly?

  • Are any of the door locks for the kitchen or storage near the lift damaged or not working correctly ?

Main hall

  • Is the vinyl damaged in any way?.

  • Is the chair storage safe and tidy?

  • Are any of the sockets or blanks damaged in any way?

  • Are the chairs and tables in the store stacked correctly and safely?

  • Are the lights working correctly ?

  • Are the doors working correctly?

  • Are the fire escape doors working correctly?

Stage area

  • Are the under stage supporting frames fixed and safe.?

  • Are any on the boards loose, separated or raised?

  • Are the hand rails fixed and safe from movements?

  • Is the safety rail around the stage fitted securely?

  • Are the curtains safely attached to the rail?

  • Is the curtain pulley in working condition?

  • Are their any cables trailing presenting a trip hazard?

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