Auditor Comments

  • General Comments

  • Chemicals in use

Housekeeping

  • Work and storage areas are clean and tidy.

  • Work stations are well organized and no trip hazards are present.

  • Emergency equipment (eyewash, fire extinguishers) is constantly accessible.

  • Emergency routes and emergency doors are kept clear of any item and fully accessible. Emergency doors are not locked.

  • Equipments and tools (chains, textile slings, electrical hand tools, etc.) are appropriately stored

Safety signage

  • Signs indicating required Personal Protective Equipments are in place.

  • Signs indicating eyewash/safety shower, emergency exits, fire extinguishers, etc. are in place.

Environment

  • Liquid chemicals are stored in an appropriate way.

  • Flammable chemicals are stored in flammable cabinets (or in a dedicated storage room in case of high volume) when not in use.

  • Waste area is well maintained.

Warnings , signs and barricades

  • Maintenances activities are properly identified and protected.

Maintenance

  • Equipments (lighting fixtures, machine guarding, barriers, etc.) are maintained in good working condition and in place.

Personal Protective Equipment

  • PPE are appropriately stored when not in use and kept in good condition.

  • Safety goggles or face shield are used as required.

  • Gloves are used as required.

  • Gloves are not worn around rotating equipment.

  • Ear plugs / muff are used in identified high noise area

  • Respiratory protection is used as required.

Ergonomics

  • No awkward position, no excessive or overhead reach; limited bending and twisting.

Tools, equipment and machines

  • Tools, equipment and machines are operating properly.

  • Safety guards are in place.
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  • Electrical wiring in good condition

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  • Misc Information

  • Date Completed

  • Signature

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