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Driver training area walkround inspection checklist based on HS-A1-WI.3 APPENDIX1 hangar and base apron checklist.

Record if each question is satisfactory - Yes, No or N/A.
To record observations tap on the question box to open a text field.

1. Are safety signs correctly displayed and in good condition ? (Emergency evacuation,fire points PPE,warnings etc)
Ref HS-A17.

2. Are floors,stairs,fire doors, walkways and evacuation routes free from obstruction and trip hazards?
Ref HS-A1

3. Review the H&S establishment document. Are staff current with the required training?
Ref HS-A1-WI.5

4. Are break glass alarm points and fire fighting equipment easily accessible and free from obstruction?
Ref HS-A1-WI.6

5. Are door vision panels clear and door closing mechanisms functioning correctly?

6. Are flammable substances capped and stored in dedicated flammable cupboards (unless in use), with the quantity not exceeding 50 litres?
Ref HS-A13.

7. Are kitchen areas clean and tidy?

8. Are toilet and wash facilities clean and in good condition?
Ref HS-A4.

9. Are all areas adequately lit, including provisions for emergency lighting?

10. Sample 10 portable electrical appliances. Do they have a valid test date? (complete details of area inspected)
Ref HS-A3.

11. Are electrical wall sockets, plugs and cables free of damage?
Ref HS-A3 and HS-A15

12. Are machine guards in place and in good condition?
Ref HS-A3

13. Sample 5 staff. Is appropriate PPE available for the task being performed and the staff members compliant with its use?(Record name/ staff number/task being carried out/PPE worn. (Tap question to enter details)
Ref HS-A7

14. Are the contents of first aid boxes complete?
Ref HS-A11

15. Are the names and contact numbers of first aiders current and displayed?
Ref HS-A11

16. Are eye wash stations fully stocked and bottles within expiry date?
Ref HS-A11

17. Are current H&S minutes available to staff?
Ref HS-A10

18. Has the previous monthly H&S workplace inspections been conducted, actions completed and signed off?
Ref HS-A1-WI.3

19. Are computer workstations set up correctly and DSE assessments completed for each user?
Ref HS-A6

20. Are disabled facilities , alarm, lights, grab rails etc in good condition?
Ref HS-A4

21. Are company vehicles in a roadworthy condition and in a good housekeeping condition?

22. Is the apron area clear of FOD?

23. Are bowser valve/taps free from leaks with serviceable caps/lids closed unless in use?

24. Are bowsers/chemicals stored away from drains?

25. Where oil bowsers/drums with over 200L capacity are stored outside the hangar, are they in a serviceable bunded facility or similarly contained?

26. Are all waste oil/skydrol drip trays containers empty?

27. Are all chemical storage areas/containers free from corrosion and leakages?
Ref EN-ENV-EV-S8-P3

28. Are all hazardous materials stored with the appropriate signage & time expired materials removed?

29. Are all waste containers labelled and waste appropriately segregated?
Ref EN-ENV-EV-S8-P4.

30. Are spill kits adequately stocked and locked? Is the spill response plan displayed and up to date?
Ref EN-ENV-EV-S8-P3.

31. Are mobile and deluge showers operational and in good condition?
Ref EN-ENV-HH-S7-P22-WI.2

32. Are local COSHH assessments available and up to date?
EN-ENV-HH-S6-P1

Additional comments

Completion signoff
Signature of manager/nominee confirming inspection checklist is completed.

Send completed checklist to area team manager for review and to ensure findings are addressed and copy yourself.
You will receive a copy of the PDF inspection report. Save this in the appropriate inspection area folder on the management drive in 09 - Audits

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.