Audit



FLOORS

a) Are all parts of the floor even and non-slip?
b) Are floors free from tripping hazards? E.g. Worn lino, tools, mats, boxes, trailing wires, rubbish etc.
c) Are floors non-slip where appropriate? E.g. In craft rooms etc.
d) Are floors cleaned regularly and are spills cleaned up immediately?

EXITS, DOORS & WALKWAYS

a) Are walkways sufficiently wide to allow people to circulate easily?
b) Are there any obstructions?
c) Do all doors open freely?
d) Are doors made with vision panels easy to see through and is the glass toughened or laminated?
e) Are there any mats/carpets which make a tripping hazard?
g) Do fire exits display the correct notices?

LIGHTING

a) is the lighting adequate and positioned for purpose?
b) Are all light fittings and light switches in good order?
c) Are there any faults I.e. bulbs etc.

WINDOWS & VENTILATION

a) Are all windows easily openable to maintain comfortable working conditions even in hot conditions even in hot weather?
b) Do any windows open safely, not protruding into circulation areas?
c) Are window fastenings in good repair and undamaged?
d) Is window glass free from cracks?
e) Are windows cleaned regularly?
f) Where there are large areas of glass facing direct sunlight, is there provisions for shading, e.g. Blinds?
g) Is every enclosed space ventilated by sufficient quality of fresh air?

SUITABILITY OF THE ROOM

a) Is the room suitable for teaching?
b) Are there problems with voice projection or background noise?
c) Is the room considered overcrowded?

FURNITURE & FITTINGS

a) Is furniture located in a safe place I.e. not too near to door or likely to block areas where people walk?
b) Are cabinets, cupboards, shelves etc. stable and fixed where required?
c) Is the furniture in the room in reasonable condition with no loose, worn or broken parts?

STORAGE

a) Are storage units stable and fixed where necessary?
b) Are shelves mountings secure and in safe condition?
c) Are there any flammable materials exposed to fire risk?
d) Are the any hazardous liquids or materials stored? If so is this storage sufficient, safe and secure?
e) Is there sufficient storage space with adequate access?

ELECTRICAL

a) Are electrical appliances, plugs and leads in good condition?
b) Are sockets in good condition and appropriately situated?
c) Is the area free from trailing leads or cables?
d) Has the electrical appliance been tested recently? E.g. PAT Tested.

Fault 1.

FAULT CATEGORY: Please select: fault category

FAULT IDENTIFIED
1). Please describe the nature of fault.
2). If possible? Please add media to support findings.
3). Please select risk level

Fault 2.

FAULT CATEGORY: Please select: fault category

FAULT IDENTIFIED
1). Please describe the nature of fault.
2). If possible? Please add media to support findings.
3). Please select risk level

Fault 3.

FAULT CATEGORY: Please select: fault category

FAULT IDENTIFIED
1). Please describe the nature of fault.
2). If possible? Please add media to support findings.
3). Please select risk level

Fault 4.

FAULT CATEGORY: Please select: fault category

FAULT IDENTIFIED
1). Please describe the nature of fault.
2). If possible? Please add media to support findings.
3). Please select risk level

Fault 5.

FAULT CATEGORY: Please select: fault category

FAULT IDENTIFIED
1). Please describe the nature of fault.
2). If possible? Please add media to support findings.
3). Please select risk level

Fault 6.

FAULT CATEGORY: Please select: fault category

FAULT IDENTIFIED
1). Please describe the nature of fault.
2). If possible? Please add media to support findings.
3). Please select risk level

Fault 7.

FAULT CATEGORY: Please select: fault category

FAULT IDENTIFIED
1). Please describe the nature of fault.
2). If possible? Please add media to support findings.
3). Please select risk level

Fault 8.

FAULT CATEGORY: Please select: fault category

FAULT IDENTIFIED
1). Please describe the nature of fault.
2). If possible? Please add media to support findings.
3). Please select risk level

Fault 9.

FAULT CATEGORY: Please select: fault category

FAULT IDENTIFIED
1). Please describe the nature of fault.
2). If possible? Please add media to support findings.
3). Please select risk level

Fault 10.

FAULT CATEGORY: Please select: fault category

FAULT IDENTIFIED
1). Please describe the nature of fault.
2). If possible? Please add media to support findings.
3). Please select risk level

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.