Area Audited

  • Department audited?

1.0 - Previous Inspection

  • 1.1 - Has the Last inspection been reviewed?

  • 1.2 - Are required corrective actions initiated?

2.0 - PPE

  • 2.1 - Are hazard assessment done on the facility based on the accident data and process nature?

  • 2.3 - Usage of appropriate protective clothing?

  • 2.4 - Usage of appropriate eye and face protection equipments?

  • 2.6 - Usage of appropriate safety shoe?

  • 2.5 - Usage of appropriate head protection equipment?

3.0 - Machine Safety

  • 3.1 - Starting and stopping devices within easy reach of operator?

  • 3.2 - Guards in good condition?

  • 3.3 - Adequate workplace?

  • 3.4 - Noise level within limit?

  • 3.5 - Operators trained/inducted into the operation of the machine?

4.0 - Electrical safety

  • 4.1 - No broken plugs, sockets or switches?

  • 4.2 - No power leads across walkway?

  • 4.3 - No frayed or damaged leads?

5.0 - Fire prevention

  • 5.1 - Evacuation plan displayed and understood by all employees?

  • 5.2 - Fire extinguishers are in place, clearly marked for type of fire and visible?

  • 5.3 - Extinguishers are correct and serviceable?

  • 5.4 - Fire alarm system functioning correctly?

  • 5.5 - Exit ways clear of obstruction?

  • 5.6 - Exit doors properly marked and easily opened from inside?

  • 5.7 - Fire extinguishers clear of obstruction and easily accessible?

  • 5.8 - Emergency exit lighting operable?

  • 5.9 - Have designated fire wardens been identified?

  • 5.10 - Are first aid kits readily accessible?

  • 5.11 - Are the designated first aid personnel identified?

  • Are the eyewash bottles in the correct condition and in date?

6.0 - Building safety

  • 6.2 - Entry and walkway kept clear?

  • 6.3 - Walkways, product storage area marked properly?

  • 6.4 - Are liquid spills removed quickly?

  • 6.5 - Furniture in sound condition?

  • 6.6 - Adequate lighting provided in the facility?

  • 6.7 - Light fittings clean and in good condition?

  • 6.1 - Floor surface even and uncluttered?

7.0 - House keeping

  • 7.1 - Work environment (floors, machine, furniture and other utilities) is clean and tidy?

  • 7.2 - Area organized properly?

  • 7.3 - Are machines kept clean?

  • 7.4 - Are the floors around the machines kept clean?

8.0 - Waste Removal

  • 8.1 - Bins located at suitable points around site?

  • 6.2 - Bins emptied regularly?

  • 8.3 - Oily rags kept in covered metal containers?

  • 8.4 - Hazardous materials are disposed only to properly marked container?

9.0 - Office

A - General Issues

  • 9.1 - Is a reasonable working temperature maintained in each office?

  • 9.2 - Are windows able to be accessed and opened safely where appropriate?

  • 9.3 - Is suitable lighting provided in each office?

  • 9.4 - Are toilets and washing facilities suitable and sufficient and are they regularly cleaned?

  • 9.5 - Are floors passages and stairs maintained in a good condition and free from obstruction to prevent trip hazards?

  • 9.6 - Is housekeeping within the office satisfactory to remove tripping hazards?

  • 9.7 - Are handrails to stairs secured?

  • 9.8 - Are waste materials removed and not allowed to build up?

B - Workstation Assessment

  • 9.9 - Are workstations suitable both for the person using the workstation and for the type of work?

  • 9.10 - Is there sufficient circulation space within the office to allow staff to get to/from their workstation Safely?

C- Electrical Safety

  • 9.11 - Are there any trailing cables, which could cause a person to trip and fall?

  • 9.12 - Has all portable electrical equipment been tested and labeled with the date of the test?

  • 9.13 - Are there any apparent faults with any electrical equipment, including damage to cables, plugs an sockets?

  • 9.14 - Are extension leads etc only used for low powered equipment?

D - Manual Handling

  • 10.1 - Has manual handling been eliminated where possible or minimised so far as reasonably practicable i.e. Mechanical lifting aids or trolleys etc?

  • 10.2 - Are items stored sensibly with easy access, i.e. heavy items used frequently stored at wast level shelves and heavy items stored aglow level?

  • 10.3 - If necessary are properly designed maintained steps provided for reaching heights?

Sign off

  • Health Safety and Environment Manager Signature.

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