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 compliance, not just negatives
3. Enter defects or non-conformances in the applicable site registers
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.
Enter the Pedestal Drill ID number
Is the OEM manual supplied?
- in English?
- includes work instructions?
- identifies hazards?
Is the appropriate PPE signage located above the pedestal drill?
Is appropriate personal protective equipment available?
- single eye protection (for drills)
- hearing protection - ear plugs or ear muffs
Are the vice jaws in good condition and can the jaw be freely moved along the slides (wind open to the maximum position, then wind closed to the minimum position)?
Are suitable locking mechanisms in place where the vice can be secured to the drill bed?
Is the drill chuck in good operational condition and free from rust or corrosion?
Is the drill chuck in good condition? (ask frequent users if drill bits are constantly slipping whilst drilling, drill chuck teeth may be worn)
Is the drill chuck guard adequately secured to the drill and functioning to prevent entanglement?
Is a speed guide chart located on the drill? (ask frequent users if current speed settings are suitable for general use)
Are all operating switches, buttons and control handles in good working condition?(including foot lock out switches)
Has the swarf been cleaned up after the previous use?
Are electrical cords in good condition and correct test tag in place?
Is the area kept tidy and housekeeping practices maintained?
Is personal protective equipment signage displayed?
Is an effective emergency stop button fitted?