• The generator has the appearance of being well maintained (clean/tidy no fuel leaks or significant damage)?

  • There is a log book of operation and maintenance if required?

  • Where there is no log book, there is a documented maintenance history for the unit?

  • The placement of the generator is not endangering workers with fumes, fire or electrical risks?

  • If the generator has stored fuel, the area is adequately bunded?

  • The inspection, service or maintenance regime includes testing of electrical fittings and RCDs?

  • There is a documented process for refuelling the unit?

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