RATING SYSTEM TO BE USED FOR ALL ITEMS

  • 1 = Very Poor 2 = Very Poor 3 = Fair 4 = Good 5 = Excellent

Section 1: Machinery, equipment and guarding

  • Must be clean and free of unnecessary material or hangings

  • Must be free of unnecessary dripping of oil or grease

  • Must have proper guards provided and in good condition

Section 2: Stock and material

  • Must be properly piled and stored

  • Chemicals must be properly labelled

Section 3: Tools and PPE

  • Must be properly stored

  • Must be free of oil and grease when stored

  • Must be in safe working condition

Section 4: Aisles

  • Must be provided to work positions, fire extinguishers, fire blankets and stretcher cases

  • Must be safe and free of obstructions

  • Must be clearly marked

Section 5: Floors

  • Must have surfaces safe and suitable to work

  • Must be clean, dry and free of refuse, unnecessary material, oil and grease

  • Must have adequate number of receptacles provided for refuse

Section 6: Buildings and grounds

  • Must have walls and windows that are reasonably clean for operations in the area and free of unnecessary hangings

  • Must have lighting systems that are maintained in a clean and efficient manner

  • Must have stairs/platforms that are clean, free of materials, well lit, provided with adequate hand rails and treads in good condition

  • Must be in good order

Section 7: Electrical

  • Must be in good order with proper controls and systems

Section 8: Substandard physical conditions

  • ITEM 1

  • Describe the substandard condition found and what will happen to correct it

  • Take a photo of the substandard condition

  • What is the hazard classification?

  • NOTE: An incident report or HIRA must be raised for any A or B hazards

  • A = rectified immediately B = rectified within 1 week C = rectified within approp timeframe

  • Has the substandard condition been fixed?

  • If 'No' then record action required, person assigned to action and date due

  • ITEM 2

  • Describe the substandard condition found and what will happen to correct it

  • Take a photo of the substandard condition

  • What is the hazard classification?

  • Has the substandard condition been fixed?

Section 9: Closing the report

  • The report can be closed when all items have been fixed and/or action plans have been determined.

  • DC Manager to confirm report closure

  • Date of report closure

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