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  • Planned HSE Inspection - Emergency Spill Kit Inspection

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Planned HSE Inspection - Emergency Spill Kit Inspection

  • The hazard inspection must be conducted by a Supervisor and/or Safety and Health Representative and/or an employee, as follows:
    1. For EVERY inspection requirement, indicate the item as Compliant (C), Non-Compliant (NC) or Not Applicable (N/A)
    2. For every non-compliance identified, provide the location and a description in the comments section. Note: Include positive comments on section. Note: Include positive comments on compliance, not just negatives
    3. Enter defects or non-compliances in the applicable site registers, i.e. electrical equipment defects must be entered into the Electrical Register
    4. At inspection completion, discuss the non-conformances with the Area Superintendent and determine an action, completion date and responsible person - enter this in the agreed actions section of this form
    5. Forward the completed inspection to the Safety Department
    6. The Safety Department is to check that ALL identified non-conformances for that month have been corrected and or entered into INX.

Emergency Spill Kit Inspection

  • Add Spill Kit

  • Spill Kit
  • Enter Spill kit Location and Size (120L bin or 240L bin)

  • Is the bin clearly labeled on both the front and top?

  • Take photo of Spill Kit

  • Is the bin in good order (no cracks, broken parts, free from rubbish etc)?

  • Is a spill contents list on the bin?

  • Are the spill bin contents as per the contents List?

  • Does the spill bin contain a laminated clean-up instruction sheet?

  • Is the bin free from rubbish and soiled clean up material?

  • Is there a red hydrocarbon waste bin located in the vicinity?

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