• Area is swept and clean.

  • Benches are clean and free of scrap, old parts, etc.

  • Metal scrap barrel is less than half full.

  • Out dated posters , memos, notices etc. Are removed.

  • Tools and parts are stored to prevent damage

  • Shop tools are in good working order.

  • Parts are stored to prevent dust/dirt accumulation (if applicable)

  • Technical information manuals, bulletins, etc. Are in place and organized.

  • Desk and files are labeled and maintained in neat order.

  • Personal toolboxes are clean and free of scrap, old parts, etc.

  • Tools boxes are in their designated locations.

  • Inspect mechanic tools boxes for exposed Sharp objects.

  • Inspect cabinet draws for exposed Sharp objects.

  • Weekly work order is issues to perform the shop cleaning and audit.

  • The weekly mechanic audit is completed and posted in the shop for all mechanics to see.

  • The results of this audit is communicated to all mechanics.

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