• Station name
  • Date of checks

  • Checks conducted by


  • Station platforms and other public areas are safe and free from hazards

  • General station tidiness and graffiti & vegetation management are satisfactory

  • Statutory safety signage on platforms is in place and legible

  • Other safety signs (e.g. fragile roof warnings) are in place and legible

  • All faults have been reported to Facilities, have been recorded - with fault number - in the station log, and are being followed up as necessary

Station Weekly Check Records

  • Station daily and weekly check records are being completed and actions are being followed up

  • A recent station check has been audited for accuracy and is satisfactory

Asbestos Management (SE/WI/SAF/006)

  • Local Asbestos Plan or Asbestos Free Certificate is in place

  • The asbestos survey is up to date and any changes have been notified to Facilities

  • Any visible asbestos has been labelled with the appropriate statutory warning signs or labels

Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (SE/WI/SAF/025)

  • COSHH assessments are in place for all substances on the station

  • Safety Data Sheets are available for all hazardous substances on the station

  • All substances are labelled and stored appropriately

  • All substances are only used in accordance with COSHH assessments

Fire Precautions (SE/WI/SAF/007)

  • Fire log book in place and being completed with all required information

  • Fire risk assessment in place and up to date

  • Portable fire equipment (extinguishers, blankets, etc.) in date for test and tags intact

  • Fire safety notices in place and up to date

  • Fire exit signage in place and clear

  • Premises kept clean, tidy and free of fire hazards, with clear means of escape

  • Buildings are in good condition and fire stopping is not compromised

  • All portable electrical appliances are in date for testing

  • Electrical equipment and cables are safe and are not presenting a fire hazard

  • Portable electric heaters, etc. are being used safely

  • Materials and supplies are stored safely and segregated as necessary

  • Fire Door closers are in place and operating correctly

  • Hose reel nozzles are intact

  • Compliance is being maintained with non-smoking Regulations and Company policy

  • Extension cables and adapters are being used safely and are not overloaded

  • Pigeon netting is in good condition and secure

First Aid (SE/WI/SAF/024)

  • First Aid box(es) in place and contents correct and in date

  • First Aid notice is complete, in date and displayed on the Safety Notice Board

  • Grab bag securely stored and sealed and accessible if required

Local Emergency Planning (SE/WI/SAF/003)

  • An up to date Local Emergency Plan is displayed on the Safety Notice Board

  • Station Evcacuation Plan in place and in date (see also SE/WI/SAF/007)

Provision of Personal Protective Equipment (SE/WI/SAF/023)

  • Staff are wearing PPE and high visibility clothing as required

  • Adequate facilities are provided for drying and personal storage of PPE

Safety and Security of Visitors to Se Premises (SE/WI/SAF/020)

  • Contractor/visitor signing in/out arrangements satisfactory

Safety of Work Places (SE/WI/SAF/018)

  • Workplace risk assessment is up to date

  • Individual workplace risk assessments are in place for any vulnerable employees

  • Workplaces are in good condition and free from any risks to health or safety

  • Ventilation is adequate

  • The temperature of enclosed work places is comfortable and at least 16C

  • Premises are being kept clean, tidy and waste (including WEEE and hazardous waste) is being managed and disposed of or recycled in accordance with company instructions

  • Lighting is suitable and sufficient and any emergency lighting is being maintained in working order

  • There is sufficient space available for working

  • Workstations and seating are suitable, tidy and in a good state of repair

  • Floors are sound and free from damage or defects, stairs are in good condition and provided with effective hand rails

  • Windows, doors, skylights and ventilators are safe and free from risks

  • Lockable sanitary conveniences are provided and maintained in good condition, with hot and cold (or warm) water, soap, and towels or dryers available

  • Drinking water supplies (either mains fed or bottled) and cups are available

  • Suitable lockers or other accommodation for clothing not worn whilst working is provided

  • Cookers, microwave ovens, kettles, etc. are provided as necessary, are working and are free from risks

Safety Notice Boards (SE/WI/SAF/002)

  • Safety Notice Boards are provided so that all employees have access to one

  • Each safety notice board is in good condition, legible, up-to-date and displays:

  • Health and Safety Law poster

  • HSE Electric Shock First Aid Procedures poster

  • Certificate of Employer's Liability insurance

  • Managing Director's Statement of Safety Policy

  • Policy on Drugs and Alcohol

  • Accident and incident reporting procedure

  • The Worksafe Procedure (see also SE/SP/SAF/002)

  • Statement of Readiness for safety critical staff (where applicable)

  • General Safety Rules

  • Local First Aid arrangements (see also SE/WI/SAF/024)

  • Local risk assessments and systems of work information

  • Asbestos Awareness Notice or Asbestos Free Certificate

  • Local Emergency Plan

  • Details of local authorised walking routes (where applicable)

Security Requirements for Stations (SE/WI/SAF/002)

  • A written Station Security Plan is in place, has been reviewed within the last 12 months and is being complied with

  • Effective security searches are being carried out and recorded accurately

  • Security search records are available and the reasons for any missed searches have been investigated and recorded on the form

  • All litter bins, including those within toilets, comply with requirements

  • Bulk refuse containers, grit bins, skips, etc. are maintained closed and locked

  • A public "Security Information" poster is displayed prominently and in good condition

  • Security announcements are being made as required

  • CCTV is in good working order and images are being retained as required

  • Cupboards are locked and toilet cisterns are tagged or sealed

  • Lost property is being dealt with in accordance with instructions

  • Required internal security notices for the information of employees only are on display in a non-public area

  • Vehicles in "controlled areas" as set out in the Station Security Plan have valid passes

  • Tenants are wearing in-date photo-ID of an approved design (similar to Se issue)

Work Activity Risk Assessments (SE/WI/SAF/019)

  • All work activities and tasks have been identified and assessed for risks

  • All work activity risk assessments have been reviewed within the last 3 years

  • Safe methods of work are in place for all work activities

  • Individual work activity risk assessments are in place for any vulnerable employees

Work Equipment (SE/WI/SAF/017)

  • All work equipment has been assessed for risks and appropriate control measures have been implemented

  • Work equipment has been inspected and maintained as required (includes PAT testing)

  • Work equipment is in good condition and free from risks

  • Any plant, machinery or vehicles are securely stored and are being used correctly

  • Any ladders and lifting equipment, including passenger lifts, are in date for inspection


  • Managing Director's Statement of Environmental Policy is on display

  • Electricity and gas consumption is being managed actively and monitored

  • Any water leaks have been identified and reported to Facilities

  • Pollution risks have been identified and are being managed effectively

  • Waste and/or redundant equipment is being removed quickly and is not being allowed to accumulate anywhere

  • Any hazardous waste and WEEE is being dealt with in accordnace with company instructions


  • All employees have receieved local induction

  • Records of competence are available and up-to-date

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