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  • Are workstations tidy and well maintained?

  • Are the gangways clear?<br>

  • Are all fire evacuation routes clear and all signs in good state of repair?

  • Are all heavy items and liquids stored below shoulder height?

  • Are all flooring areas free from trailing cables, frayed carpets, loose tiles, spilt liquid or any other trip hazards?

  • Is waste being collected from the office regularly?

Maintenance/Condition Of The Building

  • Are all walls, windows, steps, stairs, handrails in good repair?


  • Is the coffee stocks enough for a week?

  • Is coffee machine working?

  • Is the stationery levels sufficient?

  • Has all mail been collected from the previous day?

  • Has boardroom checklist been completed?

  • Are all meeting rooms fit for purpose?

Environmental Conditions

  • Are lighting conditions satisfactory? Include general office area and store rooms, meeting rooms.

  • Are all the lighting equipment in working order?

  • Are temperature conditions satisfactory? Are the cooling units in the comms room in good working order? (Check with OmniWatch)

  • Are ventilation conditions satisfactory'?

  • Are noise conditions satisfactory?

Welfare Facilities

  • Are kitchen facilities clean, suitable and sufficient?

  • Are rest areas suitable and sufficient?

  • Are toilets suitable and sufficient and in good working order?

  • Is the cycle parking area maintained to a high standard and lockers maintained in good working order?

  • Are all hand sanitisers working?

Health & Safety Signs

  • Are safety and fire signs adequate and in good condition?

  • Are fire evacuation notices in good condition and clear?


  • Are there any irregularities to report?

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