Audit

Audit Criteria

Grade audit elements using the following standard:
Green - Excellent condition during inspection
Yellow - Minor discrepancies exist
Red - Significant issues observed

Auditor is encouraged to take pictures in support of RED assessment grades.

1. Dock floor clean and free of debris.

Enter reason for grade.

2. Floor clean and free of debris.

Enter reason for grade.

3. Damage / Exposed cases removed from storage bays.

Enter reason for grade.

4. No cases or pallets stored in aisle.

Enter reason for grade.

5. No cases directly on the warehouse floor.

Enter reason for grade.

6. Pallets and cases stacked and stored in neat and orderly manner.

Enter reason for grade.

7. Walls and doors appear clean.

Enter reason for grade.

8. Supplies including pallets, slip sheets, boxes, etc. are stored in neat and orderly manner.

Enter reason for grade.

9. Equipment appears clean and in good condition.

Enter reason for grade.

10. Trash cans dumped when full.

Enter reason for grade.

11. Employee break area clean.

Enter reason for grade.

12. Driver lounge and dock office clean.

Enter reason for grade.

13. Pallet yard clean and free of debris.

Enter reason for grade.

Date / Time PRIDE Assessment completed:

Take note of the number of points scored, before proceeding to next section.

Acknowledgement

Overall PRIDE Assessment
Select points achieved during PRIDE Walk (Minimum - 0 / Maximum - 28)

Grading Overall Assessment (Maximum points attainable from Audit Section - 28)
Overall GREEN - 25 to 28 points (90-100%)
Overall YELLOW - 21 to 24 points (75-89%)
Overall RED - 20 points or less (< 75%)

Overall Assessment based on PRIDE Element grades:

Justification for RED assessment.

Signature of Auditor:
Acknowledgement

Reviewed and concur with assessment.

Reviewed and do not concur with assessment.

Reason for not concurring:

Signature of General Manager:
Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.