1. Electrical equipment and fittings

  • Ensure no damages & standard equipment being used.

2. Machine guards and reliability

  • All moving parts are properly covered, guards properly fixed, prevent possible contact of human body.

3. Access paths obstruction

  • Suitability of existing access, direction sign displayed. Path width shall not be less than 540 mm

4. Refuse disposal/storage method

  • Ensue the area where materials are stored are inspected and checked for good storage practices. The inspection also addresses the suitability.

5. Gas cylinder usage & storage

  • All cylinders in vertical position & tightened, no damaged hoses, flash back arresters (fitted both ends) & pressure meters available in good condition. Ignition friction lighters being used. Interview users for safe handling. Proper ventilation to be maintained. Store oxygen separately.

6. PPE-Suitability and reliability

  • Appropriate PPEs used, no damaged PPEs, suitability test being conducted. Harness numbering done, register being maintained, PPEs in good maintenance. Interview people for knowledge

7. Colour coding – pipeline/cables etc

  • Recommended colour coding being used for all pipe lines/power cables, labelling

8. Signage-Relevant and understanding

  • Required warning sign being displayed & in prominent display. Easy understanding

9. Stairs

  • Ensure that there are no deficiencies/ consider steps and hand rails

10. Handrails

  • Enough to prevent falling. Design according to the standards (min 910 mm height). Mid rails and toe boards available

11. Hand tool inspection

  • Only recommended tools being used. No homemade tools applied. No damages. Inspect the correct way of using tools.

12. Mobile plant and equipment

  • Suitability for continues work. Parked in the correct position equipped with isolation devices. Test certificates are available. Identification system available. Inspection checklists available for pre-start checks.

13. Fire fighting equipment

  • Easy accessible. Monthly inspection tag. Correct type of extinguisher being used. Interview fire crew members about usage of fire extinguishers

14. Hygiene and Sanitation inspection

  • Inspect for housekeeping and cleanliness

15. Storage Practices

  • Good housekeeping, heavier items stored low. Enough access. No sharp edges. Interview handling people for storing methods & issuing

16. Portable and fixed ladders

  • Condition of the ladder. Correct storage & no falling hazard. Correct type of ladders being used. Interview people for positioning. Numbering done.

17. Eye wash stations and safety showers

  • Easy access available. Ensure checked weekly basis. If any defects corrective actions to be taken

18. Work place amenities

  • Toilet facilities /changing room facilities, quality of drinking water cool/hot etc

19. Road conditions

  • Road in good condition /sufficient width, signage speed limit etc, Segregation of vehicle and pedestrians.

20. Machine Isolation

  • Check and ensure that all energy sources pertaining to the particular machine identified and lockable

21. Condition of lifting equipment

  • Check inspection reports/certificates etc. Check for damages. Proper storage and missing parts together with numbering (identification). Safe working load (SWL) is marked.

22. Breathing Apparatus set

  • Easy accessible and serviceable.

23. First aid facility

  • Check first-aid medicine's expiry date and availability of same. Checklist being maintained.

24. Illumination

  • Check damaged fittings & consider with operation whether the lighting is adequate. Lux level measured and displayed

25. Housekeeping

  • Check the area for cleanliness, proper storage and quantities of materials, removal of garbage / debris

26. Chemical and hazardous material storage & MSDS

  • Inventory of chemicals maintained. Chemical Properly labeled, critical information available eg handling, Spill prevention applied. Flammable liquids stored in the designated storages. Access for all MSDS for employees

27. Certification & Licenses

  • Certificates for lifting equipment and pressure vessels available and licenses for guns etc.

28. OH&S equipments

  • Stretchers, rescue equipment are available and properly maintained

29. Training

  • Training given for particular tasks and records available.

30. Labelling of critical equipment

  • Identification of critical equipment and labeled. Maintained properly. Emergency shutdown identified.


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