• Record if each question is satisfactory - Yes, No or N/A.
    To record observations tap on the question box to open a text field.

  • 1. Are safety signs correctly displayed and in good condition?
    (Emergency evacuation, fire points, PPE, warnings etc.)
    Ref HS-A17

  • 2. Are floors, stairs, fire doors, walkways and evacuation routes free from obstruction and trip hazards?
    Ref HS-A1

  • 3. Are break glass alarm points and fire fighting equipment easily accessible and free from obstruction?
    Ref HS-A1-WI.6

  • 4. Are all areas adequately lit, including provision of emergency lighting?

  • 5. Are electrical wall sockets, plugs and cables free of damage?
    Ref HS-A3 and HS-A15

  • 6. Sample 3 electrical appliances. Do they have a valid test date?
    Ref HS-A3

  • 7. Are the contents of first aid boxes complete?
    Ref HS-A11

  • 8. Are the names and contact numbers of first aiders current and displayed?
    Ref HS-A11

  • 9. Are the names and contact numbers of the Fire Wardens current and displayed. Are hats and tankards available?

  • 10. Are the housekeeping standards acceptable and in line with the area guidelines ( I.e. Clear lockers tops, desk surfaces, no Coats on chairs etc.)

  • 11. Has the previous monthly walk round inspection been conducted, actions completed and signed off?
    Ref HS-A1-WI.3

  • Additional media if required.

  • Additional comments or findings.

Completion signoff

  • Signature of manager/nominee confirming inspection checklist is completed.

  • Send completed checklist to area team manager for review and to ensure findings are addressed and copy yourself.
    You will receive a copy of the PDF inspection report. Save this in the appropriate inspection area folder on the management drive in 09 - Audits

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