Are all products on display up to date and damage free?
Do all products meet appropriate branding standards?
Are all products available for testing and demonstration?
Are all product stocks available?
Does the display observe proper safety protocol?
Does the layout of the display work?
REFERENCE: Good display layout
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Are the shelves fully stocked?
Is overcrowding not an issue during the showroom’s busiest hours?
Are complementary products displayed together / nearby?
Is there enough promotional material?
Is it up to date?
Do the branding elements deliver as required?
Is the material displayed appropriately?
Does the window display encourage the consumer to step into the showroom?
Does the window display enable the consumer to visualize the product in their home or office?
Are displays clean and free from dust?
Do all employees practice company protocols?
Are all employees aware of emergency procedures?
Are all employees aware of security procedures?
Do all employees have undergone proper training regarding safety regulations?
Do all employees wear appropriate uniform?
Are all employees instructed on safe/proper use of products?
Do all employees have enough knowledge about the products?
Are there visible signs that direct the customer to the entrance?
Floor coverings in good condition?
Are lighting systems in good condition?
Are all cords anchored or covered?
Are the entrances and exits unobstructed?
Are the shopping carts in good working condition?
Is the parking lot clear of debris?
Are all materials stored safely?
Are storage racks and shelves capable of supporting the intended load?
Are storage racks secured from failing?
Are all cord and cable connections intact and secure?
Are electrical outlets free of overload?
Is the area around electrical panels and breakers free from obstructions?
Are high-voltage electrical service rooms kept locked?
Other comments / Notes