Previous Inspection
2.0 Water Supply Stop Valves & Isolating Valves

2.1 - Are isolating valves, including underground key valves for wear & tear fully functional?

2.2 - Are all above ground valves secured?

4.0 Hydrant valves (above ground)

4.1 - are all hydrant valves accessible?

4.2 - Are blanking caps, where fitted, in good condition?

4.3 - Is check cover plate easy to open?

5.0 All valves

5.1 - Are any valves leaking?

6.0 Cabinets - hydrant and booster

6.1 - Are all cabinets accessible and clear of extraneous materials?

6.2 - Are all cabinets clearly and correctly marked?

6.3 - Are all cabinets in good working order?

7.0 Signage

7.1 - Does hydrant have appropriate signage that is clear? e.g. FH (fire hydrant), HR (hydrant riser), BP/H (booster pump/hydrant).

7.2 - Is standpipe, riser or hydrant cover painted yellow?

8.0 Maintenance Record Tag & Label

8.1 - Is maintenance tag visible in each hydrant clearly showing the last level of inspection and test performed?

5.0 Other notes or issues identified

5.1 - Have you identified any other safety issues during inspection? Please details location and include picture if possible.

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.