Audit

Procedure

1. The Manager and/or Employee Safety Representative is to inspect work area, preferably monthly, or minimum of 4 times per year.
2. The inspection rating should be ticked appropriately/ Acceptable or Unacceptable.
3. If an item can be corrected without putting a person at risk of harm or injury, it should be remedied and marked accordingly.
4. Items that cannot be corrected immediately are to be listed on the safety inspection report for the area effected. Consultation should occur between the Safety Representative and Manager to determine action to be taken, and who will be responsible for this action.
5. The completed safety inspection report is to be tabled at each Occupational Safety and Health Committee Meeting.

If actions are to be taken refer to the risk matrix to determine risk level.

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Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage in front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sign posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Waste
12.1 Bins adequate and in good repair
12.2 Bins emptied regularly

13. Photocopier
13.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
13.2 Gloves available for handling toner

Assets Area - Shelley Pepper

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Carpark - Ken Blaszkow

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Carpenters Workshop - John Mitchell

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Chemical Shed - Robbie Monck

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Depot Admin/Amenaties - Thea Sudran

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Design Area - Dave King

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Eastern Boundary - Ken Blaszkow

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Emergency Evacuation Assembly Area - Ken Blaszkow

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Fuel Bay - Ken Blaszkow

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Grader Blade and Standpipe Area - Steve Trigwell

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Gravel - Compaction Sand Shed - Steve Trigwell

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Kero Shed - Steve Trigwell

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Mechanical Workshop - Ken Blaszkow

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Northern Boundary - Ken Blaszkow

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Nursery - Jacqui Purvis/Robbie Monck

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Parks Office - Jacqui Purvis

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Parks Shed 1 - Jacqui Purvis

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Parks Shed 2 - Jacqui Purvis

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Parks Shed 3 - Jacqui Purvis

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Parks Shed 4 - Jacqui Purvis

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Parks Shed 5 - Jacqui Purvis

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Playgrounds Storage - Jacqui Purvis

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Rangers Perimeter - Rangers

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Second Yard - Back Section - Ken Blaszkow

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Second Yard - Front Section - Ken Blaszkow

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Sign Shed - Steve Trigwell

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Southern Boundary - Ken Blaszkow

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Store, Cement and Small Plant Shed - Thea Sudran

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Survey Shed - Shelley Pepper

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Training Room - Thea Sudran

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Washdown Bay - Ken Blaszkow

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Western Boundary - Ken Blaszkow

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Work Shed 1 - Steve Trigwell

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Work Shed 2 - Steve Trigwell

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Work Shed 3 - John Mitchell

Describe the hazard (Reference Item Number)

What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified

Reference Checklist

1. Housekeeping
1.1 Aisles, stairs and walkways are clearly defined
1.2 Aisles, stairs and walkways safe and clear
1.3 Doorways/exits are free from obstruction
1.4 Floor easy to clean, free from spills in good condition (ie ripped/frayed carpet)
1.5 Floors kept free of clutter (ie files, boxes etc)
1.6 Slip/trip/fall hazards (power cords, open file cabinets etc)

2. Storage/Benches
2.1 Benchtops clean and free of unnecessary equipment
2.2 Desks and benches at adequate working height
2.3 Work space around desk and work benches adequate
2.4 Sufficient storage and shelving
2.5 Goods stacked with consideration for weight
2.6 Cabinets and shelving secure (no overhangs)
2.7 Heavy items stored for aided access (trolley)
2.8 Chairs stable and adequate
2.9 Trolleys are available to move boxes if necessary
2.10 Step stools available if required

3. Environment
3.1 Noise levels within acceptable limits (85B(A))
3.2 Hearing protection is provided and used
3.3 Items producing high noise levels are isolated
3.4 Best use of natural light
3.5 Adequate lighting for work area (benches/desks)
3.6 Work areas are ventilated
3.7 Environmental temperature adequate
3.8 Bins adequate and I good repair
3.9 Bins emptied regularly
3.10 Lighting (walkways, storage,office etc, not dim or flickering)

4. Electrical
4.1 Number of power points are sufficient
4.2 Leads and plugs are safe (not frayed/cracked)
4.3 RCDs tested every 12 months
4.4 No storage I front of electrical switchboard
4.5 Power boards used rather than double adapters
4.6 Current test tags on electrical equipment/applicants/cords

5. Fire and Emergency
5.1 Extinguishers charged with seal intact
5.2 Tagged and checked/tested every six months
5.3 Extinguishers visible and sig posted, above extinguisher
5.4 Extinguishers located close to hazard
5.5 Emergency exits clearly signposted
5.6 Fire equipment, emergency exits and pathways free from obstruction
5.7 Evacuation procedures visible
5.8 Evacuation drill practised annually
5.9 First aid kits available and complete
5.10 First aid officers identified

6. General
6.1 Safe work procedures documented
6.2. Accident/incident report forms available
6.3 Hazard report forms available
6.4 PPE available, appropriate, replaced/repaired when damaged

7. Chemicals
7.1 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) available
7.2 MSDS current (within 5 years of issued date)
7.3 Chemicals clearly labelled
7.4 Chemicals stored safe and secure

8. Amenities
8.1 Toilets clean and hygienic
8.2 Adequate supplies (soap, paper towels, toilet rolls)
8.3 Lunch room clean and hygienic
8.4 Is a fire blanket present where there is a stove?
8.5 Is water kept away from power points and electrics?

9. Building and Grounds
9.1 Perimeter fence is satisfactory
9.2 Roads and paths are level (free from pot holes)
9.3 Appropriate storage in grounds
9.4 Appropriate signage exists (speed, no entry Hazchem)
9.5 Depot Windows and walls sound
9.6 Outside of building - no slip/trip hazards

10. Equipment
10.1 Vice jaws are clean, secure and freely moving
10.2 Tools clean, good repair, not bent or warped
10.3 Air hoses stored correctly with no leaks detected
10.4 Air hose and couplings in good condition
10.5 Gas cylinders stored out of direct sunlight
10.6 Gas cylinders chained or secured to wall or trolley
10.7 Safe working load used at all times for chains/slings
10.8 No damage noted on chains/slings - corrosion, crushed or broken strands, stretched links
10.9 Welding cables are not damaged and stowed correctly
10.10 Welding screens and signs are in place
10.11 Welding flash back protection on each end hose pipe
10.12 Pedestal grinder rest is consistently true to wheel and correct position
10.13 Pedestal grinder guards are secure and incorrect position
10.14 Pedestal grinder face shields/goggles in safe condition
10.15 Pedestal grinder wheel is clean and not glazed
10.16 Pedestal grinder no cracks or pits in wheel
10.17 All guards are in place and secure
10.18 Guards protect operator from hazard

11. Workstations
11.1 Keyboard directly in front of monitor
11.2 Chair can be adjusted to suitable position for work
11.3 Top of monitor at approximately eye level
11.4 Mouse can be placed within easy reach
11.5 Footrest available if required (if thighs are not parallel to floor)
11.6 Computer leads neatly coiled
11.7 Desk or bench large enough to accommodate all work

12. Photocopier
12.1 Adequate ventilation if used regularly
12.2 Gloves available for handling toner


Work Shed 4 - Ken Blaszkow

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What was the risk rating of the hazard?

What are the actions to be taken to remedy the hazard?

Action officer to sign once hazard rectified
OHS Safety Representative
OHS Safety Representative
Manager Responsible for Area
Chair of Safety Committee