Title Page

  • Client / Site

  • Office location
  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

General Information

  • Nature of Business

  • Office level/floor

  • Number of Employees

  • Procurement Manager

Walking Surfaces

  • The area is tidy and well kept?

  • Walkways free of obstacles?

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  • Is floor free of obstructions?

  • Cords anchored or covered?

  • Floor coverings in good condition?

  • Signage posted if floors are wet?

Furniture & Office Equipment

  • In good mechanical condition?

  • Properly assembled and adjusted?

  • Items secured from tipping?

  • Free from sharp edges and corners?

  • Loose clothing and jewelry secured?

  • Employees instructed on safe/proper use?

Bookcases, Shelves & Cabinets

  • Secured from tipping?

  • In good condition?

  • Drawers closed when not in use?

  • Material safely stacked and stored?

  • Heavier items between knuckle and shoulder height?

  • Step stools/ ladder available if needed?

Indoor Air Quality

  • Ventilation systems regularly inspected, tested and maintained?

  • Air inlets and exhaust free of accumulation of dust and mould?

Copier Room

  • Is the copier turned off when clearing paper jams?

  • Is the MSDS for toner readily available?

  • Has the person who changed the toner read the MSDS?

  • Is the lid kept in the down position when in use?

  • Are all cables in good repair, no frayed wires or cables?

  • Is the room suitably ventilated when the machines are in operation?

  • If toner is spilled, does staff know how to clean it up (vacuuming is recommended)?

  • Are the copiers maintained, is there maintenance log available for review?

Housekeeping

  • Surface dust levels low?

  • Material neatly and safely piled?

  • The waste container is sufficient and there is no overflowing garbage?

Training

  • Employees aware of emergency procedures?

  • Employees aware of security procedures?

  • Employees provided information and instruction regarding hazards?

  • Staff training current?

Worker Awareness

  • Workers know how to report an accident or a hazard?

  • Workers know the evacuation procedure?

  • Workers know whom to contact for first aid assistance?

  • Workers know the location of fire extinguishers and how to use them?

Fire Prevention

  • Extinguishers available & accessible?

  • Extinguishers tag dated monthly?

  • Fire exits clear?

  • Emergency numbers close to all phones?

  • Fire doors closed?

  • Fire exits lit?

Electrical Safety

  • Electrical Outlets not overloaded?

  • Electrical cords in good condition?

  • Grounding pins on plugs are present?

  • Access to electrical panels is clear and unobstructed?

  • Breakers in the electrical panel properly labelled and legible?

  • GFCI pass first test using push buttons built into the outlet receptacle?

  • Extension cords are not used as replacement of permanent wiring?

  • Electrical cords secure?

  • Faulty equipment is tagged out?

  • Electrical Faceplates secure?

First Aid

  • First aid kits available?

  • First aid kits checked monthly?

  • Certificates of First Aiders posted and current?

  • First aid log sheets available and in use?

Procedures

  • Workstation ergonomically correct?

  • Correct workstation setup guide posted?

  • Workers aware of the office Policy?

  • Office Policy found in inspection area?

  • Emergency Procedures posted?

Ergonomics

  • Chairs fully adjustable (seat and back)?

  • Monitors adjusted to the right height (Top of the screen should be at eye level)?

  • Shoulders relaxed and forearms parallel with keyboard?

  • Footrest available if required?

  • Document holder available if required?

  • Chairs are set-up so that the thighs are parallel to the floor?

  • Are frequently used items located within the person’s primary zone?

Security

  • Visitors have read safety rules?

  • There is a sign posted telling visitors that they must sign in?

  • Visitors have signed the log book?

Parking Lot

  • Is the parking lot clear of debris?

  • Are there no potholes that may result in a trip hazard?

  • Are sidewalks, ramps and walking surfaces in good repair?

Completion

  • Any other observations or recommendations

  • Full Name and Signature of the Inspector

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