Housekeeping

  • Are offices, work area, storage, areas and meeting rooms clean and orderly?

  • Are floors, walkways, and other paths clean and orderly?

  • Are areas dry, free of spilled material and liquids or an accumulation of dust?

Aisles and Walkways

  • Are aisles wide enough to navigate safely?

  • Are work areas and walkways well illuminated?

  • Area aisles and walkways clear and free from obstructions (boxes, chairs, etc.)?

  • Are surfaces if steps on stairways slip resistant and free of clutter?

Chemicals

  • Are all container labeled as to the contents inside?

  • Are consumer products used to clean work stations, desk, counter tops, etc. done so only as the manufacturer intended?

  • Are all chemicals in the break room stored away from all food, utensils and dishes?

Fire Prevention

  • Is combustible debris stored safely and removed promptly?

  • Is the minimum vertical distance between sprinklers and materials below at least 18 inches?

  • Are fire extinguishers mounted, located, and identified so that they are readily accessible?

  • Are all fire exits, access stairs,and fire equipment up obstructed?

  • Are all doors or stairways that are neither exits nor access to exits, and could be mistaken for exits appropriately marked "NOT AN EXIT"?

Electrical

  • Are switches, receptacles, etc. provided with tight-fitting covers or plates?

  • Is electric equipment/appliances (e.g., microwaves, coffee makers, vending machines) free from recognized hazards (e.g., frayed cords)?

  • Are all power strips only plugged directly into receptacles and not in other strips?

  • Are multiple plug adapters prohibited?

  • Are extension cords used on a temporary basis only and not as a permanent power supply?

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