1.1 Has the last EOC inspection been reviewed?
1.2 Have previous EOC issues been resolved?
A1. Doors: Latch properly, free of doorstops, closures on fire/smoke, hazardous, and storage room doors are functional?
A2. Are emergency lights, EXIT signs, EXIT doors, and stairwells unobstructed, clearly marked, and illuminating properly?
A3. Are pull stations, fire extinguishers, electrical panels, and medical gas shut-offs unobstructed?
A4. Are fire extinguishers tagged appropriately and monthly checks completed?
A5. Is material stored at least 18" below sprinkler heads?
A6. Is the area free of any sprinkler deficiencies if required per NFPA 13, 2013 Edition, Installation of Sprinkler Systems, and NFPA 101, 2012 Edition, Life Safety Code?
A7. Is the area free of signs of smoking?
B1. Are corridors and passageways unobstructed, with undamaged floors, walls, ceilings, and handrails?
B2. Are general areas clean and clear of clutter, with furnishings, floors, walls, and ceilings in good condition?
B3. Are storage and equipment rooms clean and free of clutter?
B4. Are needle boxes less than 2/3 full?
B5. Are eyewash stations inspected weekly with proper documentation?
B6. Are patient care areas without relocatable power strips?
C1. Are employees wearing ID badges?
C2. Are medication carts locked and crash cart checklists completed and up-to-date?
C3. Are mechanical, electrical, janitorial, communication rooms, and electrical panels locked and unobstructed?
C4. Is the "Code One" icon on the PCs?
C5. Were all "Code One" locations correct for the PCs?
C6. Are staff's personal belongings properly safeguarded to prevent theft?
C7. Did MRI personnel stop you at the door to Zone III, and verify that you have been screened to enter Zone III?
C7a. If you have not been screened, did they give you a copy of the screening tool to complete?
D1. Is clean linen covered and kept separate from soiled linens?
D2. Are patient's refrigerators, medication refrigerators, and specimen refrigerators clean, free of unopened and unlabeled containers, and temp checks completed with proper documentation?
D3. Is medical waste kept in red biohazard bags or containers?
D4. Are medication and food kept in separate refrigerators?
D5. Are underneath sink areas clear of any storage and clean?
D6. Is PPE readily available?
D7. Are employees eating and drinking in designated areas?
E1. Are electrical outlets in good condition with wires safely maintained?
E2. Are compressed gases stored properly, (empty separated from full) no more than 12 full E cylinders stored in one smoke area?
F1. Is medical equipment clean, properly inspected and tagged?
F2. Does the department have lead aprons? If so, do they have an appropriate and up-to-date identification tag?
G1. Are chemicals stored away from patient contact and clean items?
G2. Are primary and/or secondary chemical containers properly labeled?
G3. Is the staff knowledgeable on how to identify and locate Safety Data Sheets for Hazardous Materials on the Northside Intranet?
H1. Do written Emergency Plans exist for this site and were they reviewed (to exclude: Emergency Operations All Hazard Plan, Code Red Plan, Code Amber Plan, Code White Plan, Code Grey Plan, Code Orange Plan, Code Brown Plan, and Emergency Transport Plan)?
H2. Has a Fire Drill been completed and documented for this location?
H3. Has an Emergency Drill been completed and documented for this location?
H4. Has an HVA been completed and documented for this location?
We’re staff members educated and notified of deficiencies found, and notified of corrective action process?