1 Internal

  • 1.1 Materials and equipment stored and stacked safely, adhering to any SWL's

  • 1.2 Tools, machinery and equipment used and stored safely, and inspected at regular intervals as per PUWER 1998

  • 1.3 All work at height access equipment (ladders, steps, podiums etc.) inspected regularly and in date

  • 1.4 All liquids stored safely and kept on a suitable bund

  • 1.5 Chemicals and substances kept and used according to their respective COSHH assessments

  • 1.6 Electrical points, tools and equipment used safely, no overloading, no daisy chaining of extension cables/plugs

  • 1.7 LOLER 1998 - all lifting equipment and accessories in good condition and examined in date

  • 1.8 Pit is cordoned off sufficiently in areas when not in use

  • 1.9 No excessive dust and/or fumes from work activities in the workshop

  • 1.10 Hot Works permit initiated for cutting, soldering, welding (ignition producing tasks) activities

  • 1.11 Housekeeping - Workshop tidy, equipment and materials well organised, walkways and escape routes/exits clear

2 External - Yard and Wash bays

  • 2.1 Wash bay area and storage containers tidy and well organised

  • 2.2 LPG stored and locked away safely at least 3 meters from main building and fixed sources of ignition

  • 2.3 Waste management area tidy - skips not overloaded

  • 2.4 Traffic management - vehicles manoeuvring safely, banksman used where required

3 General

  • 3.1 Oils and other flammables stored safely away from ignition sources, flammable and combustible materials

  • 3.2 Spill kits/stations readily available and kept replenished

  • 3.3 All employees and visitors wearing the correct PPE/RPE for their respective roles and responsibilities

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