Walkways & Access Routes

  • In good condition, clearly marked and clear of tripping hazards

  • Pipes/Cables arranged so as not to cause tripping hazards

  • Clean and clear of litter

  • All waste stored in appropriate skips and wheelie bins

Facilities (General)

  • Areas free from leaks

  • Lockers and facilities for cleaning, drying and storing clothing in good order

  • Personal Protective Equipment stored appropriately in Locker Rooms

  • Heating/Cooking appliances maintained regularly (Check stickers/paperwork)

  • Walls undamaged

  • Adequate lighting in the area (i.e no bulbs/tubes out)

  • Temperature/ventilation adequate

  • Materials, tools & equipment stored appropriately

  • Fire Exit doors working correctly and not wedged open

  • Furniture in good condition and free from faults

Emergency Arrangements

  • Emergency lighting in good working order (indicator light illuminated)

  • First Aid arrangements poster displayed and up to date

  • First aid kits fully stocked and clearly labelled/accessible

  • First aid items within ‘use by’ date

  • “Break Glass” call points in good working order (casing not broken or cracked etc.)

  • Fire evacuation notice displayed and in date

  • Fire extinguishers in good order and within inspection date (12 months) and signs displayed indicating the type of fire extinguisher

Tools & Equipment

  • Calibrated tool locker - index up to date & corresponding tools available

  • All work equipment is in good working order and portable equipment within PAT test date.

  • Machine guarding adequate in place and machine isolators locked off

  • Equipment not in use parked/stored correctly and safely

  • Tools maintained and fit for purpose

  • Manual handling aids used correctly as required


  • All access doors/gates secure and in working order

  • CCTV is in good working order

Staff Working Practices

  • Personal protective equipment worn correctly and stored correctly when not in use

  • Display screen equipment users assessed/complying with assessment findings/best practice

  • Staff are correctly segregated from members of the public whilst working on the Station concourse? (i.e. barriers erected)

  • Stored appropriately (heavy items near floor etc.)

  • Flammable items stored away from any heat sources


  • Hazardous/harmful materials adequately stored/identified/assessed

  • Racking undamaged and fit for purpose

  • Pollution Prevention: Spill kits available where required and sealed

  • Where observed hazardous Substances are used correctly and stored correctly when not in use

Energy and Environment

  • Waste correctly segregated and being disposed of in correct manner

  • Nuisance: Noise, and odour – Noise levels at the site boundary are acceptable. No
    discernible odours are present at the site boundary.

  • Lights are turned off in rooms not being used

  • Taps are turned off correctly and are free of leaks

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