A. Structure and Hazards

  • A1. Are buildings safe, with no obvious defects?

  • A2. Are steps, stairs and ramps in good condition?

  • A3. Are bridges and subways in good condition?

  • A4. Are surfaces free from slips, trips and falls hazards?

  • A5. Are there risks from falling objects?

  • A6. Are there areas of overgrown vegetation requiring attention

B. Security

  • B1. Are fences, railings and gates secure?

  • B2. Is the ticket office secure?

  • B3. Are store rooms etc, kept locked?

  • B4. Are external bins/skips kept locked?

  • B5. Have station security searches and checks been carried out and recorded? (Please evidence)

  • B6. Are vehicles in controlled areas displaying passes?

  • B7. Are door entry systems working and effective?

  • B8. Are staff aware of current Secruity Threat Level?

  • B9. Has a Station Security Committee been held in the last six months and are minutes available?

  • B10. Is the Customer Security Annoucement being played?

  • B11. Has the Station Security Plan been updated and / or re signed by the SM within the last twelve months?

  • B12. Is there an effective system of passes for vehicles in controlled areas?

C. Cleaning and Waste Removals

  • C1. Are public and staff areas clean and tidy?

  • C2. Are all areas free from graffiti

  • C3. Are cleaning frequencies satisfactory?

  • C4. Are there sufficient bins/skips?

  • C5. Are store room, plant rooms etc clean and tidy?

  • C6. Is storage space adequate?

  • C7. Are working areas clean and tidy with no build-up of materials?

  • C8. Are waste disposal arrangements and frequencies satisfactory?

D. Ticket Machines

  • Are all Ticket Vending Machines & Pertis in working order?

  • D2. Are Oyster/Key readers (Where Relevant) working and clean?

  • D3. Are car parking machines clean and working order?

E. Electrical Fittings and Equipment

  • E1. Do all sockets, plugs, switches and wiring appear to be good condition?

  • E2. Are there sufficient sockets for your needs?

  • E3. Are portable appliances tested annually?

  • E4. Is the main switch board clear of stored materials?

F. Fire Precautions

  • F1. Is fire fighting equipment available?

  • F2. Is the fire alarm tested weekly? (Please state last Date)

  • F3. Are the smoke alarms tested weekly? (Please state date)

  • F4. Are fire escape routes including external routes clear and unobstructed?

  • F5. Are Fire Action notices displayed and accurate?

  • F6. Is the fire log book up to date?

  • F7. Are fire exit doors signed and easily opened?

  • F8. Are fire alarms maintained quarterly by a competent contractor?

  • F9. Have all staff received initial e-learning/refresher fire training?

  • F10. Is the company smoking policy adhered to?

  • F11. Has a fire risk assessment been completed, in date and issued?

  • F12. Is the fire risk assessment available?

  • F13. Are fire signs clear and unobstructed?

  • F14. Are door closures fitted and working?

  • F15. Are fire exit doors easily opened without a key?

  • F16. Does the fire alarm indicator panel (if installed) have a healthy supply and no faults?

  • F17. Are spare keys provided for the alarm indicator panel?

  • F18. Are break glass call points clearly marked and unobstructed?

  • F19. Do break glass call points have spare glass and test key?

  • F20. Do sounders, visual indicators and automatic detectors appear satisfactory?

  • F21. Are the call points tested and a record kept?

  • F22. Are fire extinguishers correctly located and accessible?

  • F23. Is the location of extinguishers shown by signage?

  • F24. Are safety pins and pull-tight seals fitted?

  • F25. Are extinguishers charged?

  • F26. Have extinguishers been tested in the last twelve months?

  • F27. Are fire blankets (if provided) in good order?

  • F28. Are hose reels (if provided) in good order?

  • F29. Is the local emergency plan available and up to date?

  • F30. Has an emergency plan drill taken place within the last twelve months? (Please give date)

G. Information

  • G1. As CIS screens in working?

  • G2. Are help points in working order?

  • G3. Is the PA system working and audible?

  • G4. Are the station clocks working accurate?

  • G5. Is the current Security Poster displayed on the staff notice board?

  • G6. Are emergency phones working, and the relevant information?

  • G7. Is the a Health, Safety & Enviroment notice board displayed with the correct information (See S&PM 17.1)

H. Staff Facilities

  • H1. Are staff toilets working, clean and with sufficient supplies?

  • H2. Are kitchen and rest areas clean and in good condition?

  • H3. Is all heating and ventilation adequate and working

  • H4. Are cooking etc appliances in good order and maintained?

J. Public Toilets

  • J1. Are public toilets clean and working order?

  • J2. Are there adequate supplies of hot and cold water, soap, paper etc?

  • J3. Are Hot water and no drinking water signs in place?

K. Contractors

  • K1. Have all contractors signed in/out and ID being worn?

  • K2. Are contractors briefed and their work monitored?

  • K3. Is local asbestos management plan available and up to date?

  • K4. Is the asbestos containing material as identified in the plan in sound condition?

  • K5. Are staff aware of the location of the local asbestos management plan?

L. Lighting

  • L1. Is all lighting in working order?

  • L2. Has the emergency/escape lighting (if installed) been tested, and in working order?

  • L3. Are portable lights tested and available for emergencies?

M. First Aid

  • M1. Are first aid box(es) readily available?

  • M2. Are first aid box(es) suitably stocked (see S&PM 7.5)?

  • M3. Where defibrillators are provided is the battery in date and the unit undamaged?

N. Automatic Ticket Gates

  • N1. Are emergency systems tested and in order? (State date of last check)

  • N2. Are agreed staffing arrangements being adhered too?

  • N3. Has an annual risk assessment been carried out? (See S&PM 4.11)

P. Staff

  • P1. Are staff wearing appropriate uniform, badges and photo ID?

  • P2. Are uniforms clean and smart?

  • P3. Where Personal Protective Equipment has been issued is it in date and in good condition?

  • P4. Are staff behaviours in line with the Purple Book guidelines?

Q. Chemicals

  • Q1. Are all chemicals stored, labelled, assessed and used correctly?

  • Q2. Are COSHH assessments available for all substances in use?

  • Q3. Are highly flammable liquids stored in Flame Store Locker?

  • Q4. Are detonators (if held) stored in accordance with GE/GN8532?

  • Q5. If applicable, are LPG, acetylene, Oxygen or other gases securely stored outside premises?

  • Q6. If applicable, are other flammable/explosive materials stored in accordance with manufacturers instructions?

R. Reporting

  • R1. Does the location have access to QPulse for accidents and incidents?

  • R2. Have details of all accidents and incidents been recorded in the station log, and reported through QPulse?

S. Operating Equipment

  • S1. Are the ticket office machines working?

  • S2. Are telephones, mobile devices and fax machines avalible and working?

  • S3. Are the wheelchair ramps in good condition and properly stowed?

  • S4. Are all emergency lamps, tail/head lamps, flags, tape, windscreen bucket etc, available and in good condition?

  • S5. Is computer based information available and working?

T. Tenancies

  • T1. Are there any slips, trip or fall hazards associated with tenancies on the station?

  • T2. Have all tenancies within the lease area been visited?

  • T3. Have mobile tenancies (e.g coffee vendors) been included?

  • T4. Are mobile units suitable positioned?

  • T5. Do tenants have copies of the security and emergency plans?

  • T5. Do tenants have copies of the Security and Emergency Plans?

  • T6. Are fire precautions & Equipment satisfactory?

  • T7. Are electrical fittings tested (PAT) and being used safely?

  • T8. Have any modifications been approved by the FS&EPM?

  • T9. Are tenants wearing Photo ID and viewed HOT Dvd?

U. Utilities

  • U1. Are lights turned off when not required?

  • U2. Is all other equipment turned off when possible?

  • U3. Are lighting and heating controls set for efficient use?

  • U4. Does gas pipe work appear in good order and free from abrasions or corrosion?

  • U5. Are gas control valves properly indicated?

  • U6. Record meter readings for all Gas & Electric supplies and pass these to the Head of Environment?

V. CCTV

  • V1. Are CCTV systems in working order?

  • V2. Are the monitor images clear?

  • V3. Is the date/time stamp accurate?

W. Weather

  • W1. Are adequate precautions In place for adverse weather conditions?

  • W2. Are there sufficient supplies of de-icer etc? (Oct-April)

  • W3. Are there sufficient supplies of water etc? (April-Sept)

  • W4. Are Hot weather posters on display? (April-Sept)

X. General

  • X1. Have monthly PGIs been carried out and recorded?

  • X2. Are outstanding faults still logged with facilities?

  • X3. Is there any evidence of unsafe working practices?

  • X4. Are required warning signs and notices in good condition? (End of platform signs)

  • X5. Is an inventory of Risk Assessments held and up to date?

  • X6. Do staff receives regular briefs?

  • X7. Is heating and ventilation equipment cleaned and serviced?

  • X8. Are glass doors, partitions etc marked to make them apparent?

Action Summary

Detail of faults that need reporting to facilities

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Details of local issues that need addressing

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