Information

  • Document No.

  • Audit Title

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

Fire - control of ignition sources

  • No evidence of smoking except in designated areas

  • No portable radiant heaters are placed on the floor (all radiant heaters should be wall or ceiling mounted, well clear of paper and other easily combustible materials)

  • Cable penetrations through poly panel walls and ceilings are enclosed in cable conduit (to prevent cable insulation fraying and cables short circuiting)

  • No evidence of impact damage to electrical or electronic control equipment

  • Access to distribution boards an main switch board room are locked and access is limited to authorised personnel only.

  • Flashback arresters are fitted to oxy /acetylene equipment. Hoses are in good condition

  • There is sufficient clearance between high intensity lighting and stored materials (which could result in a fire)

  • Electric motors and rotating shafts are not covered in dust or other materials that could cause friction fires or result in overheating

  • Notes

Fire - control of fuel loads

  • No unnecessary accumulations of flammable liquids stored outside of designated hazardous goods storage areas

  • Containers containing flammable liquids or gases are accurately labelled and suitable for the material they contain

  • No oil leaks are evident on process or utilities equipment (hydraulic oil equipment and oil insulated electrical transformers)

  • Drip trays are clean where oil drip trays are present

  • Flashings around penetrations, doorways and windows through poly panel walls / ceilings are in good condition

  • No punctures that expose poly panel core material in poly panel walls or ceilings

  • Cable trays are kept clear of accumulations of combustible dust and other combustible materials

  • No unnecessary accumulations of combustible materials are situated outside buildings, particularly idle pallets.

  • Bottles containing compressed gases are restrained so they don't fall over and break gauges or valves

  • Oils or cleaning solvents are not exposed to sparks from hot work bays

  • Oily rags are separated from other combustible rubbish to reduce the risk of spontaneous combustion

  • Waste containers in workshop, plant rooms and stores are made of non combustible materials, have closed lids and are not overflowing

  • Notes

Fire - maintenance of fire separations

  • No holes in walls and ceilings in hot works bays where sparks could lodge and smoulder undetected and cause a fire at a later stage when the hot work bay is not occupied

  • Notes

Wind / Rain / Hail

  • No signs of water damage to ceilings or building interior walls

  • Notes

Structural / Impact Damage

  • No evidence of impact damage to building or plant structures

  • Notes

  • Signature

  • Date and Time

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