• HIAB Lifter Pre-Start Check-list

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Site Details

  • Select location:

  • If location is not in the above list, please enter here:
  • Week Starting:

  • Vehicle Registration Number:

Check-list Questions:

  • It is the responsibility of the operator/driver of plant equipment to ensure that this check-list is completed prior to the plant being operated. Before using the machine, please ensure that you have, in your person, your current licenses/competency to operate this machine.

  • After you complete this inspection, please email it to your Solargain manager so that it's uploaded to the relevant vehicle/truck inspection in MYOSH register. If you are a subcontractor, please ensure that you have contacted Solargain installations, operations or WHS for permission to use the machine.

  • Start Day of the week: (Usually the first Monday):

  • Inspection for the week starting on the above date:
  • Inspection Day:

  • Lights, Warning Devices, Signs, Gauges etc

  • Check Hydraulics - leaks, damage, connections

  • Components - damaged, broken

  • Wheels - tyres, loose nuts, wear, suspension.

  • Pins - pivots, rams, lift arms, bucket pins

  • Quick-hitch independent connector secured.

  • Guards - in place, secure, warnings.

  • Conditions of - hooks, Sheaves, chains, tracks, slings.

  • Cabin - control loose objects, seat belts, windscreens, visibility, rear view mirrors, seat function.

  • Operation of brakes, steering controls, wipers, levers, buckets, before moving off.

  • Other e.g. Fire Exit. Electrical connections, wiring etc

  • IMPORTANT: Have you checked around the plant before moving

  • Detail of any other defects or damage....

  • Inspection Conducted By:


  • Date

  • Signature

Faults Reported:

  • Detail of any other defects or damage....

  • NOTE: Operator to TAG OUT machine as "Out of Service" if needed.

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  • Date

  • Signature


  • Please explain what action/s were taken to return it to service:


  • Signature

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