Title Page

  • Document No.

  • Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

Employee Training

  • First Aid/AED certified employees available to assist in an emergency?

  • Ask 2 employees where AED is located and what it is for. Employee names and responses:

  • Were all employees able to locate and describe purpose of AED?

  • SDS - Ask 2 employees what an SDS is and where the binder is located.

  • Incident Reports/Property Loss - Ask 2 employees the process for filing an incident report.

  • Were all employees able to describe incident report process?

  • Emergency Procedures - Are the procedures posted somewhere?

  • Photo of emergency procedures posting

  • Ask 2 employees what they would do in case of a fire, earth quake, or if the lights went out.

  • Were all employees able to describe emergency procedures?

  • Are all closing/daily checklists complete and filed in binder?


  • Emergency exit signs identifiable and readily visible?

  • Emergency lights working?

  • Water shut off valves accessible?

  • Is there an 18" vertical clearance maintained from sprinkler heads?

  • Fire alarm pull stations and fire extinguishers visible and unobstructed?

  • Fire extinguishers checked monthly for green & signed off?

  • Photo of one signed off extinguisher

  • Carbon monoxide detectors working?

  • Flammables stored in flammable lockers?


  • Bookcases, filing cabinets, shelves, racks, cages, storage cabinets, and similar items over four feet tall secured?

  • Large and heavy objects stored at waist level?

  • In case of power loss, are there working flashlights available in every department?


  • Are electrical panels filled with breakers or metal blanks?

  • Are electrical panels unobstructed and easy to get to?

  • Photo of an Electrical Panel

  • Is there a diagram explaining what all fuses are for?

  • Do all tools, equipment, vacuums, extension cords, etc. have electrical cords in good condition with no frays?

  • Do all cords have the grounding plug still attached?

Hazardous Materials

  • Ask two employees the hazards of two different chemicals.

  • Employees:

  • Hazards:

  • Were employees able to identify hazards of the chemicals?

  • Choose two different chemicals and confirm there are SDS sheets.

  • Chemical #1

  • Chemical #1 SDS Sheet

  • Chemical #2

  • Chemical #2 SDS Sheet

  • Are all secondary containers properly labeled per GHS requirements?

  • AED Battery OK?

  • Emergency/First Aid Kit Updated?

  • Emergency Red Binder Updated?

General Housekeeping

  • Are the following areas free of any slip/trip hazards? Clutter or trash?

  • Storage Rooms?

  • Building Exterior?

  • Offices?

  • Is safety gear/PPE readily available?

  • Photo of available Safety Gear/PPE

  • Is Foam Pit clean?

  • Photo of Foam Pit


  • Has monthly inspection been completed?

  • Date of last inspection

  • Photo of inspection log

  • All trampolines in working order and good condition

  • Is Observation Deck free of any obvious issues?

  • Photo of Observation Deck

Ninja Course

  • Are all apparatuses in working order?

  • Is Ninja Course free of any obvious issues?

  • Photo of Ninja Course

Laser Maze

  • Are all Laser MazeTVs working?

  • Is Laser Maze area free of any obvious issues?

  • Photo of Laser Maze area

Hangar Cafe

  • Are all employees working in café certified with a current Food Workers Safety card?

  • Are water tests conducted on sink water and are levels at acceptable levels?

  • Photo of sink water testing log

Security Cameras

  • Are all security cameras running and pointed in the correct direction?

  • Are camera hard drives in working condition and recording?

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