Page 1: Initial questions

  • Date Of Inspection

  • Prepared by

  • Location

Page 2 Fire, Safety and First Aid Equipment

Fire Safety

  • Extinguishers are signed and have clear access

  • Exit signs and emergency lights are all operational

  • Fire extinguishers are Current and Dated

  • Are all of the exits clear and well marked

  • Are there any damaged or discharged fire extinguishers

  • Fire equipment inspected periodically ( sprinklers, alarms ) PROOF

  • Fire department connection clear to building

  • Flammables stored correctly and in proper containers

Eye Wash and first aid

  • Eye washes are current with dates of last refresh

  • Eye washes are accessible

  • Emergency showers operational

  • If equipped with AED, is it accessible

  • If Equipped with AED, is it charged and ready

  • First Aid Kits are Accessible and stocked

  • Blood bourn pathogen kits are stocked

Electrical Safety

  • Electrical extension cords properly used and in good working order

  • Electrical panels covered and closed properly

  • Electrical panels clear of all objects front

  • Electrical outlets covered and operational

  • High Energy and arc flash signs present and legible

Other Key Safety Items

  • Spill kits are easy to find

  • If applicable, spill kits are present and stocked

  • Evacuation routes posted

  • Emergency service numbers are posted in the appropriate places

  • PPE that applies to the work in this location being worn and available

  • LOTO Kits available and stocked

  • Tornado shelters marked with signage

Page 3. Tool and Equipment Safety

  • Hand tools are all properly guarded and not altered

  • Wood shop tools have all of the safety devices and guards in place

Automotive Equipment Only

  • Automotive and truck lift inspection tags present and up to date

  • Automotive and truck hoists operational with no signs of leaking

  • Floor jacks and stand in good working order

Welders and Torches

  • Welding and torch equipment in good working order

  • Fire Extinguisher on torch cart or welding cart

  • Welding Helmet and torch goggles available in location

  • Empty cylinders secured to the wall and separated by type

  • Torch hoses free from cracking and cuts

Tire Service Area Only

  • Tire changers and balancers in good working order

  • Air compressor functioning properly

  • Air Hoses properly crimped with no hose clamps

  • Commercial truck tire cage clear and free of dents or cracks

  • All employees certified on commercial tire service

Forklift Only

  • Forklift free of any visible leaks

  • Safety features all in good working order

  • Service being performed at least 2 times per year

  • Daily forklift inspections being performed

  • All drivers certified

Page 4: Employee Safety

  • Proper PPE being worn for the job employee might have

  • Proper certification and training for the job or machine

  • Confined space safety equipment certified and calibrated to standard

  • Employees wearing proper clothing for the job

  • Safety signage and reminders are adequate and in good shape

  • All items stock high in racks strapped down

  • Flotation safety devices accessible

  • All visible air quality warning lights appear to be operating

  • Remote location emergency communication in place along with noted process

Fall Protection and Equipment

  • Fall protection inspected at least quarterly

  • Fall protection in place for areas that apply

  • Ladders in good working order

  • Slip and trip hazards indicated and marked well

  • Stairways clear

Page 5. Safety Documents and Guide Charts

  • Federal and State labor law posters posted and current

  • SDS sheets accessible and current

  • Safety Score Card Posted

  • PERRP Logs

Automotive Shop Only

  • OSHA poster for commercial tire repair and installation

Page 6. Security

  • Gates and fencing in good shape

  • Unattended gate openings

  • Any security breaches to mention on this inspection

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