1.0 Pre-audit

Photo of entire asset & surroundings

Asset function

Asset Function: (a general description)
- location
- catchment
- key features eg, concrete apron to assist in sediment removal
- predominant plant species (if present)
- depth
- current condition

Type of catchment

Type of catchment:
eg. pavement only, grassed, garden beds, residential, industrial, other

Previous inspections

2.0 Surrounds

2.1 Structures

Fencing

Input description of general condition above

Steel

Steel - Rating

Timber

Timber - Rating

Other

Rating

Signage

Signage - Rating

Bollards

Timber

Timber - Rating

Steel

Steel - Rating

Other

Rating
2.2 Surfaces

Road

Asphalt

Asphalt - Rating

Footpath

Concrete

Concrete - Rating

Aggregate footpath

Aggregate footpath - Rating

Other

Rating

3.0 Structural

3.1 Inlet

Can the inlet be located?

Include number of inlets, and photographs of each one

Concrete

Concrete - Rating

Timber

Timber - Rating

Other material

Material

Rating

Is the structure obstructed or blocked?

Input photos and free text details. If multiple inlets are present, record % blockage of worst case.

% blockage (100% = completely blocked)
3.2 Outlet

Can the outlet be located?

Description of outlet (Is outlet pipe submerged? What style of flow control is used? Is the outlet accessible?)

Concrete

Concrete - Rating

Steel

Concrete - Rating

Fibreglass composite

Rating

Other Material

Material

Rating

Is the structure obstructed or blocked?

Input photos and details

% blockage

Is an underdrain visible?

Input details and photos of underdrain

3.3 Overflow

Can the overflow/bypass be located?

Include overflow description and design/maintenance observations

Concrete

Concrete - Rating

Steel

Concrete - Rating

Other material

Material

Rating

Is the structure obstructed or blocked?

Input photos and free text details

% blockage
3.4 Access

Is vehicle access clearly available to the asset and structures?

Concrete

Concrete - Rating

Other material

Material

Rating
3.5 Other Structures

Other structures to record?

Input component name under details

Other material

Material

Rating

Other material

Material

Rating

Other material

Material

Rating

is the structure obstructed or blocked?

Input photos and free text details

% blockage

Other structures to record?

Input component name under details

Other material

Material

Rating

Other material

Material

Rating

Other material

Material

Rating

Condition

4.0 Basin

4.1 Surface Conditions

Gross pollutants

Add description of pollutants

Gross pollutants per m2
4.2 Erosion

Erosion of batter slope?

Is there erosion near civil structures?

Erosion of base? (eg. preferential flows)

4.3 Vegetation

Are there any plants/trees present on embankment?

Include details of plants and locations

% coverage

Are there plants/trees present on base?

Include details of plants and locations

% coverage

Does the grass show signs of maintenance?

- turf cover >90%
- grass has been mowed

5.0 Rapid Assessment

5.1 Asset works priority

Visibility

Visibility: Examples of high visibility are shopping precincts, landscaped public open space, general high traffic areas.

Catchment

High catchment priority (if able to be determined) includes catchments that outfall directly to the bays, or are upstream of sensitive areas

Treatment

Treatment: High asset priority (if able to be determined) would include an asset that is the lone treatment in a catchment, or performs a significant proportion of treatment within a catchment

Surrounds

Surrounds: Examples of low priority are assets in disturbed areas such as residential streets with ongoing construction that will stymie maintenance efforts

5.2 Initial assessment

Health and Safety issues

Are there any elements or issues that the assessors consider to be a risk to health and safety? Please provide a full description

Planned maintenance tasks

Corrective maintenance tasks

Initial outcome

5.3 Final notes

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.