1.1 - Has the last inspection been reviewed?
1.2 - Are there no outstanding actions?
2.1 - Evacuation plan displayed and understood by all employees?
2.2 - Evacuation procedures discussed regularly? New Employee Orientation?
2.3 - Extinguishers / Hood Systems Annual Inspections and Monthly Visual Inspections Documented? 29 CFR 1910.157
2.4 - Extinguishers clear of obstructions?
2.5 - Adequate direction notices for fire exits?
2.6 - Exit doors easily opened from inside?
2.7 - Exits clear of obstructions? 29 CFR 1910.37
2.8 - Fire alarm system functioning correctly? Regular Testing completed?
2.9 - Valve Supervision: Are the Sprinkler System valves supervised properly? NFPA 13 states:
1) Electronically supervised in a manner to allow a signal to be heard at a central station facility
2) Electronically supervised in a manner to allow a signal to be heard at a constantly attended point at the protected facility
3) Locking valves in the open position
4) sealing the valves in the open position, with a weekly surveillance program
3.1 - Good natural lighting?
3.2 - Emergency exit lighting operable? 29 CFR 1910.37
4.1 - Floor surfaces even and uncluttered?
4.2 - Entry and walkways kept clear? Weather conditions; snow and ice, rain.
4.3 - Walkways adequately and clearly marked? Fork Truck Travel areas marked?
4.4 - Stair and risers kept clear?
4.5 - Standard Barriers in Place? 42" top rail, a mid rail, and a 4" toe kick. The Standard Barrier must withstand 200 lbs. of pressure from any direction.
4.6 - loading dock area.
5.1 - Housekeeping 29 CFR 1910.22 all working spaces shall be kept clean and orderly
5.2 - Tools not in use kept in place?
5.3 - No damaged hand tools in use?
5.4 - No damaged power tools in use?
5.5 - Work height correct for the type of work and the employee?
6.1 - Bins located at suitable points around site?
6.2 - Bins emptied regularly?
6.3 - Oily rags and combustible refuse in covered metal containers?
7.1 - Materials stored in racks and bins wherever possible?
7.2 - Storage designed to minimise lifting problems?
7.3 - Floors around racking clear of rubbish?
7.4 - General condition of racks and pallets?
7.5 - Is storage height of materials 24" from the ceiling in non-sprinkled areas, and 18" from the sprinkler head in sprinkled areas?
8.1 - Are they kept clean?
8.2 - Are the floors around the machines kept clean?
8.3 - Guards in good condition?
8.4 - Starting and stopping devices within easy reach of operator?
8.5 - Waste/off cuts removed and stored safely?
8.6 - Drip pans on floor to prevent spillage?
8.7 - Adequate work space?
8.9 - Noise levels controlled?
8.10 - No bending or stooping required?
8.12 - Operators trained/inducted into the operation of the machines?
8.13 - Is the training recorded?
8.14 - Do operators comply with the training?
8.15 - Are lockout procedures implemented and followed?
8.16 - Are gas bottles secured?
9.1 - Safety switches installed?
9.2 - No double adapters in use?
9.3 - No broken plugs, sockets or switches?
9.4 - No power leads across walkways?
9.5 - No frayed or damaged or strained leads?
9.6 - Where required are emergency shut-down procedures in place
9.7 - 36" of clearance in front of electrical disconnects - 29 CFR 1910.303(g)(1)(i)
10.1 - Hazardous Substance Register complete and available?
10.2 - Safety Data Sheets available for all chemicals?
10.3 - Risk assessments completed for hazardous substances?
10.4 - All secondary containers labelled correctly? 29 CFR 1910.1200
10.5 - Unused substances disposed of?
10.6 - Do special storage conditions apply?
10.7 - If applicable are special storage conditions followed?
10.8 - Workers trained in the use of hazardous substances?
10.9 - If required is PPE available?
10.10 - Is adequate ventilation provided?
10.11 - Are eye washes and showers easily accessed?
10.12- Are eye washes and showers tested and documented monthly?
11.1 - Are all ladders Industrial strength? (Non Household rated, check label.)
11.2 - Are ladders in good condition with mfg labels in place?
11.3 - If used for electrical work are they non conductive? (Wood or fiberglass.)
12.1 - Are cabinets and contents clean and orderly?
12.2 - Are contents regularly checked?
12.3 - Cabinets clearly labelled?
12.4 - Employees aware of location of first aid cabinet?
12.5 - Are first responders available in the event of emergency?
12.6 - Are emergency numbers displayed?
13.1 - Schedule maintenance performed?
13.2 - Fork Truck Daily Inspections completed?
13.3 Solid Waste Vehicles condition
13.4 - Fork Truck Certification training in place? 29 CFR 1910.178