• 2.6 Demonstrate that the Bpw axles have there 3 and 5 year hub maintenanceo inline with recommendations on

  • 2.7. Demonstrate that the exhaust system filter has been cleaned or changed inline with manufacturers recommendations

  • 2.8 demonstrate that the wheel maintenance policy is being adhered to which is remove wheels every 3,5,8 years at Mot time the planner should reflect the policy

1.0 Costs

  • 1.1 - Are there any Cost issues that need highlighting

  • 1.2 Has the engineering weekly cost and KPI information been produced and sent to RE

  • 1.3 how much external revenue have we earned in the last period and which external company's using our facility

2.0 - Compliance LGV

  • 2.3 - Service planners are in place on R2c

  • 2.31. Demonstrate that the planners have balanced Mot And weekly services planned to avoid all the same size equipment being off at the same time

4.0 LGV Workshop planning and controls

  • 2.9 Is there a contractor permit to work process in place

  • 2.10 Have all the fitters completed IRTEC training

  • 4.7- Workshop tool box talk control is in place and being used

  • 4.8 - Workshop planner or control board and defect log is being used

  • 2.8 who is the independent LOLER Contractor

5.0 - LGV Administration and files

  • 5.2 - 6 trailer and unit files have been checked and all documents are in place and compliant latest version is being used .







  • 5.1 - Period invoices are signed off if applicable

8.0 Customer Care

  • 8.1 is the Transport manager happy with the service provided by the LGV dept

9.0 LGV health and safety

  • 4.11 - LGV. Safe and Legal is in place and signed off by Regional engineer every 3 .6,9,12 period reviews

  • 9.1 is there sufficient Health and safety signage in the vmu

  • 9.2 Can the vmu demonstrate it has Vmu has SSOW and RA,s available and they are current to the review policy in place

  • 9.3 Does the vmu have the COSHH cabinet In place with up to date COSHH folder which includes , RA,s , SSOW & Data sheets , randomly select products and ensure compliance

7.0 - Vehicle Condition

  • 6.9 check storage of oxy-acetleyne storage facility and confirm bottles are stored correctly and have 7m distance between buildings and cage , where bottles are oxygen and Acetylene - they should be at least 3m part

6.0 -LGV workshop housekeeping

  • 6.1 general housekeeping is in place , including stores, pits, offices, locker room , benches clean and tidy top And bottom

  • 6.2 - safe walkways and Pits markings are clean and in an acceptable condition

  • 6.3 - workshop tools are kept in place

  • 6.5 is the brake tester clean , tidy and in good working order and barriers in place and emergency stop is functioning

  • 6.6 Workshop Tools and equipment is in good working

  • 6.7- validate that all equipment in the vmu is compliant with PUWER AND or LOLER I.e lifting jacks , pit jacks , trolley jacks review control sheet and expiry dates , sample check some vmu equipment

  • 6.8- Is access to the VMU workshop controlled and signs in place to say only authorised persons allowed in workshop

  • Is the oxy /acetylene bottles trolley placed in a dedicated area close to a door

  • 9.5 Does the vmu keep copies of inductions for all the vmu for contractor who visit the vmu ,

  • 9.4 is there a contract permits to work station in place

  • 7.1 sample check a number of units to ensure standards are satisfactory

  • 7.2 - Sample check a number of Trailers To ensure standards are satisfactory






  • 2.6. Is there a nominated list of trained staff to action contractor permits to work

  • 9.9 Are copies of SSOW &RA,S for LGV contractors who visit site available in the permit to work cabinet these should include tyre contractors, refrigeration contractors, tail lift contractors

  • 10.0 Are lock off devices used to isolate defected trailers in VOR

Next Steps and Notes

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