Trailer 1 Registration:
Trailer 2 Registration:
Are you under the influence of drugs or alcohol?
Do you feel impaired to carry out our duties?
Have you had adequate rest?
If you feel impaired AT ANY TIME, STOP what you are doing and immediately contact your Manager for further instructions.
External Vehicle Condition Including Truck, Trailer & Dolly
Structure and bodywork sound and free of damage including trailer/s
Mirrors, wiper blades in good working condition and windscreen has clear forward vision with no cracks/chips
All driving lights, indicators, brake lights and clearance lights, reflectors and lenses are working and clean, free from damage
Is the load restrained to load restraint standards, policies and procedures for each trip?
Are tyres free from damage, wheel nuts secured, tyre pressure is correct (visual check), tyre tread integrity is within operating tolerance and wheel guards secured?
Spare tyre not damaged, correct pressure, jack and tools available
On board scales are working and calibrated within tolerances
Exhaust system has no leaks and is structurally sound
There are no air hoses/hydraulic/fuel or water leaks. No loose parts or foreign materials caught in, or under vehicle
Are all visible structural members secured including trailer/s ramps, gates, doors, toolboxes, flooring
Check ring feeder is in good working order
All warning signs/flags/beacons to operating standards
Are the crane/tilt tray/winch/tipping bins in good working order?
Check the integrity of the suspension - no leaks or cracks and no broken bolts or pins
Engine & cabin mounts are in good condition
Fluids - To be at Correct Operating Levels
Engine oil level, coolant level, fuel level, hydraulic fluid level
Check brake/clutch and power steering fluid
Windscreen wash level
Condition of battery
Crane hydraulic fluid levels, no leaking hoses
Vehicle Interior and Equipment
Condition & function of seat and seat belts
All gauges in cab working, no abnormal alarms
Cab and sleeper air-conditioner working
In cab air demister is working
Is the vehicle interior clean and free from rubbish?
Breakdown warning triangle, first-aid kit (in date), fire extinguisher (in date), UHF radio and good working order
Do you have all the necessary equipment and tools, chains, webbing, high friction rubber etc. to complete the job tasks?
Vehicle handbook and driver’s manual in cab?
Do you have all documents required for this trip i.e. Work Diary, permits etc?
Functional Checks Before Starting Journey
Are the vehicle and trailer/s including dolly registered? Are the label/s affixed?
Is your vehicle under an accreditation scheme? Are label/s affixed to accreditation standard?
Warning lights, alarms, brake failure indicator, pressure/vacuum gauges working
All coupling kingpin/turntable/ring feeder connected, tug test performed prior to departure
Horn working, washers & wipers operating to standards
Steering and driveline is working, no abnormal noises or knocks
All connections connected for required trip? Hoses, leads, trailer/s, kingpin, ring feeder
Are AdBlue and fuel at correct operating levels?
Is the vehicle due/ overdue for a service?
Next truck service Due?
Next service due on trailer/s?
Have the trailer/s landing legs been checked?
Warning signs and flags not obstructed and warning beacon working
Truck and trailer brake test performed and brakes working?
Do you have all required PPE for the task?
Functional Checks During the Journey
Check the integrity of the suspension. No leaks, cracks and no broken bolts or pins?
Warning lights and warning signs are working and not obstructed
No abnormal noise, vibration, odours i.e., air, oil, fuel or water leaks
Visual condition of tyres - check tyres for damage, wheel nuts , pressure, security and the tread integrity within operating tolerance?
Is the load secured to load restraint standards policies and procedures?
Instruments and gauges are working in operating range
Check all connection airlines, hydraulic, turntable, kingpin, ring feeder
Other Points to Check
Other Points to Check
Point to check - Add information
Vehicle Weight Mass Management
Vehicle TARE weight:
Vehicle Legal GCM:
Method of capturing weight for EACH TRIP
Load Point and Unload point
Steer Group - Weight (Tonnes)
Drive Group- Weight (Tonnes)
Trailer 1 Axle Group - Weight (Tonnes)
Dolly Group- Weight (Tonnes)
Trailer 2 Axle Group- Weight (Tonnes)
Total Weight (Tonnes)
By signing this I certify that the limited inspection and above items have been checked and any defects have been recorded in the fault reporting book for further assessment, and that the hauling vehicle and trailer/s are roadworthy. If NOT, don’t operate this vehicle, tag it out and report it to your MANAGER IMMEDIATELY