Marco Blast Pot

  • Are inspection forms up to date?

  • Is the blast pot leaking air?

  • Is the area around the blast pot clear of debris and obstructions?

  • Is the blast pot damaged or unsafe? (note any items if work orders have been generated do not mark as AT RISK)

CO 2 Monitor and Fresh air System(one for blasting coating and metalizing)

  • Monitor reads zero.

  • Units are clear of sand and other debris.

  • Inspection sheets are turned in.

  • Filters are intact.

  • Airlines being used for fresh air system are the proper grade of hose and are free from any damage or leaks.

  • Helmets and Chemical suits are stored properly, with zero contamination. (Employees must not take off suits in same room that they put them on. COATING METALIZING ONLY)

Fire Prevention

  • Outside lighting is operable.

  • Evacuation form is displayed or employees know what to do in case of emergency. (Fire or Weather)

  • Extinguishers are in place and clearly marked for type of fire.

  • Extinguishers have been recently serviced. (Check 6 monthly punch mark on tabs.)

  • Extinguishers are clear of any obstructions.

  • Extinguishers are no more than 1200 mm max height & base not lower than 100 mm.

  • Indicator signs are 2.1 m above floor level.

  • Adequate direction notices are given for fire exits.

  • Exit doors can be easily opened from inside.

  • Exits are clear of obstructions.

Building Safety

  • Floor surfaces are even and uncluttered.

  • Entry and walkways are kept clear.

  • Intersections are kept clear of boxes, etc.

  • Liquid spills are removed quickly.

  • Footpaths are in good condition.

  • Loading areas are clean and tidy.

Work Benches

  • Workbenches are clear of rubbish.

  • Tools not in use are kept in place.

  • No damaged hand tools are in use.

  • No damaged power/air tools are in use.

  • Work height is correct for the type of work and the employees.

  • Airlines are in good condition and not leaking.

  • Airlines and power cables are not causing a trip hazard in the bay.

  • No sharp edges on work benches/tool cages.

Rubbish Removal

  • Trash bins are located at suitable points around department.

  • Trash is picked up workbenches, floors, and equipment are free from trash and debris.

  • Trash bins are emptied regularly.

  • Oily rags and combustible refuse in are placed in covered metal containers.

Storage Design and Use

  • Materials are stored in racks/bins wherever possible.

  • Storage areas are designed to minimize lifting problems.

  • Floors around racking are clear of rubbish.

  • The general condition of racks and pallets in the are are good.

  • Storage racking is marked with load limits.

  • Storage areas containing 4" x 6" boards are double stacked, (t-boards), upright, and contain steel chock blocks secured with lag bolts. (does not apply to arms or small seamer)


  • Machines in the area are kept clean.

  • The floors around the machines are kept clean.

  • Machine guarding is in good condition.

  • Starting/stopping devices are within easy reach of operator.

  • Nothing is stored in housing units or areas that may pose a hazard.

  • Employees are given adequate work space around the machinery/products.

  • LOTO procedures are posted at equipment.

  • Regulators are shut off when not in use?

  • Oxygen and oxygen tools are kept separate from oil or tools that use oil at all times.

  • Colors are correct and appropriate? (Red for Fuel Gas green for oxygen and black for inert)

  • Soap and water is readily available for leak check and leak checks are being performed?

Electrical Safety

  • Extension cords are free from damage.

  • Ground prongs are in place.

  • Conduit and receptacles are free of damage and secured in place.

  • Floor is free from daisy chaining (chaining extension cords together).

  • Extension cords are loose and not secured to permanent structure (via zip-tie, etc.).

  • Extension cords do not present a trip hazard to employees.


  • Ladders are industrial strength (not household-rated - check labels).

  • Ladders are in good condition - have rubber feet in place, not damaged/dented, etc. (If ladder is in disrepair, immediately get it tagged and remove from floor).

  • Ladders are being used according to instructions.


  • PPE is being worn by everyone; correctly.

  • Daily inspection sheets are all turned in and current. (90%)

  • Daily Meeting forms are turned in and the board is current. (90%)

  • Carry-Air sheets are being filled out daily ( and turned in weekly).

  • Cork boards in individual cells are being updated.

  • Employees are cleaning their area as they go.

Portable Facilities

  • Portable latrine is clean and free of graffiti, defamation, etc.

  • Portable sink is emptied regularly.

  • Portable sink is full of fresh water and soap is readily available.

Sign Off

  • Supervisor

  • Auditor's signature

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