• VPP3&6 Housekeeping Inspection - Reel Store

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    The Housekeeping Inspection checklist is an audit tool that is to be used by the site leadership team when conducting an inspection of the workplace.

    1. Housekeeping Inspection checklist shall be completed monthly by various departments.
    2. This inspection should be conducted by two personnel.
    3. Prior to conducting the inspection, review the previous month inspection to see what actions have been undertaken.
    4. On completion of inspection, actions or issues/ concerns, recommendations are to be entered into Mill Issues and completed inspection stored on the site document system. Completed inspections should be reviewed periodically by Department Heads.
    5. This Housekeeping Inspection checklist should be used as a guide and if an item is identified that is not on the checklist, it should be addressed in the notes section for future inclusion.
    6. A Housekeeping Inspection schedule identifies the inspection area each inspection team shall be inspecting month by month.

    Address each question as either yes (compliant) or no (non compliant). If non compliant, enter a comment into the comments section. Areas for improvement should also be noted in the comments section.

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Authorised Access Areas (AAA)

  • AAA signage is present at all access points

  • Signs are clear and legible

  • AAA markings are legible on roadways at all three (3) entry points

  • Boom gate is operational and in good condition

  • AAA map and instructions is sign posted at the boom gate point of entry

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  • Drop Zone area markings are present and legible

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  • Observations required. Correct procedures are being followed

  • All fire doors are in the closed position along the southern wall (side where boom gate is)

Traffic Controller

  • Traffic Controller asked to explain the procedure for Undercover Waste Yard

  • Two-way radio communication is used between Traffic Controller and FEL / PME operator

  • Protective barriers are in place around the Traffic Controller area

  • Gate leading to the Traffic Control area is in working order and Authorised Access Sign is present and legible

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Front End Loader

  • FEL operator has conducted a per-start check of the FEL. View the Pre-Start checklist

  • FEL has a Fire Extinguisher fitted, in test and pressurised

  • FEL critical safety devices are fitted and in working order (flashing lights, reverse squawk, reverse flashing lights, keep clear 10mtr hi-vis sign)

  • Observations required. FEL operator is operating in a safe manner and in accordance with e procedures

Fire Safety & Emergency

  • Emergency exits are clear and free from obstructions

  • Emergency exit doors open out and without use of key

  • Walkways are clear with no obstructions or trip hazards

  • Fire reels and hoses are in working order. (Area map show emergency equipment locations)

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  • Access to fire & emergency equipment is free from obstructions and accessible

  • Do emergency services have clear access to the area

  • All equipment is stored correctly and safely


  • Barricade walls and fencing surrounding the Undercover Waste Yard operations area are in place and serviceable - no gaps are present

  • No slip, trip or fall hazards are present

  • Mirrors on western door are present (to view approaching traffic)

  • Area is free of any leaks or spills that can cause land or water pollution

Additional Comments / Recommendations

  • Additional Comments

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