• Location

  • Document No.

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Charge Gardener/Contractor

Health & Safety

Mess room, Environment and Welfare

  • Are all lights working?

  • Are all heaters working and in a safe condition?

  • Is all the other electrical equipment on site in a safe and serviceable condition?

  • Are you satisfied that items which could cause a trip, fall or may be dangerous are controlled adequately?

  • Are there washing facilities on this or an adjacent site?

  • Is there eye wash available?

  • Is first aid available and the box is correctly stocked?


  • Are all guards in place?

  • Have operatives been adequately trained on equipment being used?

  • Are all electrical leads/plugs in good order?

  • Is equipment stored in a safe place?


  • Is protective clothing supplied where necessary and properly stored?

  • Is protective clothing being worn if required?

  • Is the right PPE being used in line with relevant COSHH or Risk Assessment?


  • Are inflammable or toxic chemicals safely stored and locked away?

  • Are up to date records kept of chemicals stored?

Fire fighting equipment / arrangements

  • Is the equipment correct for the type of fire likely at this location?

  • Have extinguishers been checked in the last 12 months?

Working area

  • Are all walls, fences and pathways free from visible signs of unreported damage?

  • Is the area clear of dog fouling and or litter?

  • Are all seats secure and undamaged?

  • Are all trees free from visible damage ?

  • Is the area free from obstructions or projections which could cause injury to Grosvenor Staff, contractors or public?

  • Is the area free from any other items that need attention?

Health and safety

  • Evidence of Risk assessments

  • Evidence of COSHH files

  • Good tool management

Play and Gym equipment

  • Evidence of inspection

  • Equipment in good, safe condition?



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