• Are there any electrical broken sockets, plug, wires or switches?

  • Are there any frayed electrical, computer or phone leads?

  • Are there any leads on the floor or in any thoroughfare that present as a potential trip hazard?

  • Are leads kept away from sources of damage (e.g. water, heat, vehicles, trolleys etc.)?

  • Do electrical leads have current test tags?

  • When was the last inspection by a qualified electrician held?

  • Are there any flicking or broken light fittings or globes?

  • Are light fittings clean and in good condition?

  • Is there adequate separation between the storage and sprinkler heads, where installed and/or light fittings of at least one metre?

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