Harness Inspection Checklist

Harness Inspections:

    Harness
  • Harness description:

  • Serial number:

  • Manufacture date:

  • Inspection date:

Checks:

  • Webbing? Cuts, punctures, abrasions, burns, discolouration)

  • Stitching? (Incomplete, pulled, distorted, loose)

  • Buckles and Attachment Points? (Cracks, corrosion, function, excess wear)

Miscellaneous:

  • Is a Trauma Strap fixed to the Harness?

  • Comments/further actions required?

  • PASS - ITEM IS FIT TO REMAIN IN SERVICE.

  • details of next inspection
  • Serial no:

  • Next inspection date:

  • FAIL - ITEM IS NOT FIT TO REMAIN IN SERVICE.

  • details of item destruction
  • Serial no:

  • Date item destroyed:

  • Photo evidence:

Lanyard Inspection Checklist

Lanyard inspections:

    Lanyard
  • Lanyard description:

  • Serial number:

  • Manufacture date:

  • Inspection date:

Checks:

  • Webbing? Cuts, punctures, abrasions, burns, discolouration)

  • Stitching? (Incomplete, pulled, distorted, loose)

  • Buckles and Attachment Points? (Cracks, corrosion, function, excess wear)

Miscellaneous:

  • Comments/further actions required?

  • PASS - ITEM IS FIT TO REMAIN IN SERVICE.

  • details of next inspection
  • Serial no:

  • Next inspection date:

  • FAIL - ITEM IS NOT FIT TO REMAIN IN SERVICE.

  • details of item destruction
  • Serial no:

  • Date item destroyed:

  • Photo evidence:

Hardware Inspection Checklist

Hardware Inspections:

    hardware
  • Hardware description:

  • Identification no?

  • Inspection date:

Checks:

  • Cracks?

  • Corrosion?

  • Function?

  • Excess wear?

Miscellaneous:

  • Comments/further actions required?

  • PASS - ITEM IS FIT TO REMAIN IN SERVICE.

  • details of next inspection
  • Next inspection date:

  • FAIL - ITEM IS NOT FIT TO REMAIN IN SERVICE.

  • details of item destruction
  • Date item taken out of service:

Completion & Sign-off

  • Comments/ Notes?

  • Inspector's signature

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