• Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

Fire Prevention

  • 1. Fire extinguishers inspected, charged, and ready for use.

  • 2. Fire extinguisher locations marked & free of obstructions.

  • 3. Oil soaked and/ or flammable waste materials stored in proper containers with closed lids.

  • 4. Liquids (degreasers, solvents) in closed and marked containers. Unmarked plastic jugs not in use.

  • 5. Parts cleaning tank labeled & fusible link intact. Lid closed if not used.

  • 6. Flammable liquid containers stored properly in fire proof cabinets properly grounded.

  • 7. Cutting touch hose, back flow valves, in serviceable condition and flame arresters installed.

  • 8. Oxygen, acetylene and other gas cylinders chained, secured.

  • 9. Oxygen is separate from other cylinders by 20' or a fire wall

  • 10. Gas cylinder values bled & closed (not in use) or removed from storage.

  • 11. Used oil filters, aerosol cans, others in proper bins with closed lids

  • 12. DOT approved gasoline/ fuel cans properly stored

  • 13. Fire doors marked, maintained,, and in good working order. Fire doors closed and latched at all times unless using approved fire safe hold open latches


  • 1. No frayed, damaged or cut insulation on electrical cords. Ground prong intact.

  • 2. Electrical circuit breaker panels free of obstructions and doors closed.

  • 3. Electrical circuit breakers marked for location of service.

  • 4. Electrical outlet plates and switch covers in place.

  • 5. GFCI devices tested and operational.

  • 6. Extension cords not used in place of permanent wiring.

  • 7. No space heaters or overworked power strips/ outlets

  • 8. All permanent wiring and boxes properly installed.

Slipping & Tripping Hazards

  • 1. Floors free of oil, grease, loose materials, slip & trip hazards

  • 2. Floor drains covered with no wide gaps and in good repair.

  • 3. Stairways clear and handrails secured.

  • 4. Passageways/ hallways clear with proper lighting.

  • 5. Outdoor walking, parking, beak areas free of hazards.

  • 6. Anti- slip mats used where appropriate at building entrances.

  • 7. Cords, hoses, tools stored properly when not in use.


  • 1. Materials stored indoors neatly stacked or secured if standing.

  • 2. Chain hoist in serviceable condition; safety clip in place on hook. Annual inspection Required.

  • 3. Hoists, floor jacks, lifts marked for capacity and inspected.

  • 4. Vehicle lift covers in place when not in use.

  • 5. Guards in place on grinders / rotating and exposed parts. Tool rests properly adjusted.

  • 6. Portable ladders are the appropriate ladder grade ad in good repair with non-skid footpads and are properly stored.

  • 7. No broken handles or heads on tools, ie. shovels, hammers, sledges, etc.

Personal Health

  • 1. Eye wash stations free from blockage, readily accessible and in working condition and inspected weekly.

  • 2. Ceiling & wall panels are not discolored or missing, no dripping water.

  • 3. Industrial waste in properly marked containers.

  • 4. No runoff rom salt storage areas.

  • 5. Exhaust hoses/ fans are operational in mechanic's area.

  • 6. Material Safety Data Sheets are accessible to all employees at all times.

  • 7. Restrooms are clean and in good working order with only GFCI outlets.

  • 8. Welding areas: curtains, exhaust, helmets, spark areas, other.

  • 9. Drinking fountains are clean and in good working order

  • 10. No use of the floor drains for spitting or tobacco disposal.

  • 11. Area- proper clothing and footwear on employees.

Safety Equipment & Supplies

  • 1. Who is responsible for purchasing & inventory of PPE?

  • 2. Who is responsible for distribution of PPE ?

  • 3. What types of PPE are available in this buildging?

  • 4. AED's present and regularly inspected.

  • 5. Are first aid kits readily available, supplied properly, inspected regularly?

  • 6. Lock out/ Tag out materials are readily available

  • 7. Red tag materials are readily available.


  • 1. Overhead doors in serviceable condition and operating properly.

  • 2. Exits marked with clearly visible signs and free of obstructions ( to, through, and beyond 36" min).

  • 3. General garage lighting adequate for conditions.

  • 4. General garage ventilation system in operable condition

  • 5. Loft storage areas marked for load capacity and guarded.

  • 6. Emergency evacuation/ tornado shelter locations posted and routes posted.

  • 7. No peeling paint or hanging insulation

  • 8. Break room clean. Kitchen equipment in good order with only GFCI outlets.

  • 9. Lot storage in good order, covered and contained as required ( tires, scrap, trash, hazmat)

  • 10. Wash bays; wiring, drains, lights, ladders

  • 11. Propane tanks properly stored

  • 12. Carbon Monoxide alarms checked and functional

  • 13. Oil Room in good order (grounded used, spill platforms, oil spill kits)

  • 14. Regular HVAC filter inspection and replacement has been performed.

  • 15. Ground wire attached and grounded properly to buildging.

Fuel Station

  • 1. SPCC Materials available in fueling area.

  • 2. Fire extinguisher available in fueling area inspected, charged, and ready for use.

  • 3. Are around fuel pumps free of spills and floor dry.

  • 4. New and used floor dry in properly marked drums.

  • 5. Fuel dispensing equipment/ stations free of leaks and bad hoses.

  • 6. No smoking/ turn off engine signs posted and legibe

  • 7. Emergency shut off in clear site and posted.

  • 8. Emergency contact list is up to date and readable with names and phone numbers posted.

  • 9. Non sparking broom and dust pan available for proper clean up of floor dry.


  • 1. Out Buildings and Sheds ( if separate buildings with power and water do audit sheets on them alone )

  • 2.PERP Logs available and current.


  • Other comments

Sign Off

  • On site representative

  • Auditor's signature

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