Invermay Park

Are speed signs clearly visible?

Have any signs been damaged or removed?

Do any new signs need to added or removed?

Do trees have any limbs that appear hazardous to the public? i.e. dead wood, broken limb, low lying etc

Have any of the tree roots lifted and become trip hazards?

Are all exterior lights free from obstruction?

Are any exterior/training lights not working?

Is there sufficient lighting?

Are all pavers secure, free from cracks and level with the surface?

Is all exterior seating secure, free of damage and capped?

Is there sufficient seating for events and public?

Is there any graffitti that needs removal?

Are there information signs at entry points to ground informing the public/user of site rules and regulations?

Are all entry points able to be locked and kept open safely?

Fire evacuation plans displayed

Are footpaths in good condition?

Bins located at suitable points around the ground?

Skip bins available and emptied regularly?

Are gas bottles secure?

Are there external power points? Do they need to be tested?

Is there roof access to buildings?

Are roof access points stable and secure for ladder attachments?

Are first aid locations labelled?

Is there access to first aid facilities?

Are emergency numbers displayed?

Are roadways safe, free of potholes and obstructions?

is there adequate car parking spaces?

Is all perimeter fencing secure, free of damage and sharps?

Are the pump stations free of damage and clearly labelled

Are storm water pits secured and far enough away from the playing surface?

are there any uneven surfaces that have potential to cause injury?

Is the facility free from rubbish and debris?

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