Machine Type

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1.0 - Previous inspection

  • 1.1 - Has the last inspection been reviewed?

  • 1.2 - Are there no outstanding actions?

3.0 - Lighting

  • 3.1 - Good lighting?

  • 3.3 - Light fittings clean and in good condition?

4.0 - Area Safety

  • 4.1 - Floor surfaces even and uncluttered?

  • 4.4 - Intersections kept clear of boxes etc?

  • 4.5 - Stair and risers kept clear?

  • 4.7 - Are railings in good condition?

  • 4.8 - Are fall preventive measures in place and used where gaps occur in railings?

7.0 - Storage Design and Use

  • 7.1 - Materials stored in racks and bins wherever possible?

  • 7.2 - Storage designed to minimise lifting problems?

  • 7.3 - Floors around racking clear of rubbish?

  • 7.4 - General condition of racks and pallets?

8.0 - Machines

  • 8.1 - Is it kept clean?

  • 8.2 - Are the floors around the machines kept clean?

  • 8.3 - Guards in good condition?

  • 8.4 - Starting and stopping devices within easy reach of operator?

  • 8.7 - Adequate work space?

  • 8.8 - Is lighting adequate?

  • 8.9 - Noise levels controlled?

  • 8.12 - Operators trained/inducted into the operation of the machines as per company policy? Use on line inductions system

  • 8.13 - Is the training recorded?

  • 8.14 - Do operators comply with the training?

9.0 - Electrical Safety

  • 9.1 - Safety switches installed?

  • 9.2 - Safety switches tested every 6 months and tests recorded?

  • 9.4 - Portable equipment tested and tagged?

  • 9.5 - No broken plugs, sockets or switches?

  • 9.6 - No power leads across walkways?

  • 9.7 - No frayed or damaged leads?

  • 9.8 - No strained leads?

10. Safety Guards

  • 10.1 Are all chains and pulleys safely guarded ?

11. Drawing -in or Entrapment

  • Drawing in or Trapping occurs as a result of bodily contact with one of the following mechanisms. 1. In~running nips between counter rotating parts. 2. In-running nips between a rotating surface and a tangentially moving surface

  • 11.1 Entrapment risk for the operator

  • 11.2 Does the operator comply with company policy in terms of correct clothing. Eg. No Loose items, hair tied back, no loose bangles etc.

12.0 - First Aid Facilities

  • 12.1 - Are cabinets and contents clean and orderly?

  • 12.2 - Are contents regularly checked?

  • 12.3 - No contents past their expiry date?

  • 12.4 - Cabinets clearly labelled?

  • 12.5 - Is there easy access to cabinets?

  • 12.6 - Employees aware of location of first aid cabinet?

  • 12.7 - Are first aid officers accessible?

  • 12.8 - Are emergency numbers displayed?

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