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  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location

First Aid

  • Is there adequate number of trained first aid officers in any one shift?

  • Are the first aiders known and first aid cabinets clearly marked?

  • Are the first aid cabinets complete and audit correct?

  • When was the last audit completed?

  • Are emergency numbers clearly displayed and up to date?

Manual Handling

  • Are staff adequately trained in manual handling lifting techniques and the use of correct aides?

  • Are manual tasks performed?

  • Are correct aides provided and being used for manual handling (such as trolley's, hoists etc)?

  • Is safe lifting protocols followed with height and techniques adequately sign posted?


  • Are ladders provided for work at heights?


  • Do you have emergency power supply and is it ready if required?

  • Is there a safe clearance for equipment through aisles and doorways?

  • Are aisleways designated, permanently marked, and kept clear to allow unhindered passage?

Trips, Slips & Falls

  • Are walkways/stairways/ramps kept clear of boxes, rubbish, leads, or other trip hazards?

  • Are controls in place to prevent floors from becoming a slip hazard (eg, spills are cleaned up immediately)?

  • Are ramps and steps clearly marked?

  • Are all areas well lit so people can do their jobs safely?

Heat Stress

  • Is there adequate ventilation or air-conditioning?

  • Do workers know how to recognise the signs of heat stress?

  • Are workers provided with information and training on work practices when working in hot environments?

Workplace Harassment

  • Is a workplace harassment/bullying prevention policy developed and implemented in the workplace?

  • Have managers/supervisors been trained in how to deal with workplace harassment?

Personal Security

  • Is a security surveillance system being used?

  • Are workers trained in dealing with aggressive or violent customers (e.g. robberies)?

  • Do cash handling procedures reduce the risk of robbery?

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