1.0 Housekeeping and General Work Environment

1.1 Work areas clean and orderly?

1.2 Any spilled materials or liquids not cleaned up?

1.3 Trash / Debris picked up as needed?

1.4 Walkways clear of trash, materials, equipment, extension cords and/or protruding sharp edges?

2.0 Environmental
2.1 Spill Prevention & Control

2.1.1 Are tanks, drums and containers properly labeled?

2.1.2 Are tanks, drums and containers free of signs of leakage, ruptures, drips and/or stains?

2.1.3 Overall exterior condition of tanks, drums and containers?

2.1.4 General housekeeping of chemical storage area(s)?

2.1.5 Drain valve(s) for secondary containment area and equipment skids are closed to prevent leakage?

2.1.6 Secondary containment area and equipment skids are free of leaking material and standing rain water?

2.1.7 Storm Water / Drain checked for signs of run-off / sheens?

2.2 Hazardous Waste Storage Area

2.2.1 Are containers in good condition?

2.2.2 Is the container made of a material that will not react with the waste which is stored?

2.2.3 Is the area free from evidence of leaks and spills?

2.2.4 Are all containers securely closed?

2.2.5 Is isle space sufficient for inspection of all containers?

2.2.6 Is any accumulated precipitation free from evidence of leaks and spills?

2.2.7 Is the Emergency Spill Kit stocked and accessible?

3.0 Miscellaneous

3.1 Are SDS / MSDS binders in their proper location (break room, individual rig tool houses)?

3.2 Are slings and other rigging gear in good condition and within certification / expiration date?

3.3 All emergency exits kept free of obstruction?

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.