• Report Title

  • Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Other Personnel involved

Section 1: Product

  • 1.1 Stacks are straight (no uneven or leaning stacks, no overhang)

  • 1.2 Stacks positioned in correct area ( i.e. behind line)

  • 1.3 Stacks are built to the height specified for the product, or according to DC requirements

  • 1.4 Stacks do not contain damaged stock or pallets

Section 2: Product in racking

  • 2.1 Positioned squarely, not leaning or pushing through the other side

  • 2.2 Where full pallets are wrapped, they are wrapped securely

  • 2.3 Stock is in good condition (no damages or wet stock)

  • 2.4 Racking is in good condition (no bent beams or other damages)

  • 2.5 Pallets are in good condition (no damages)

Section 3: Housekeeping and General Warehouse condition

  • 3.1 Ceiling lights working

  • 3.2 Aisles and walkways free of plastic, pallets, rubbish

  • 3.3 Stock not stored on floor, always on a pallet

  • 3.4 Plastic removed from empty pallets

  • 3.5 Minimum clearance around emergency exits, fire equip and sprinklers = 1 metre

  • 3.6 Battery change/refuel area free of hazards ( i.e. acid build up, bare wires, liquid on floor)

  • 3.7 Dock levellers and dock door area clean and free of hazards

  • 3.8 Stretch wrapper areas clean and free of hazards

Section 4: Pest Control

  • 4.1 Facility free of pest and/or evidence of pest?

  • 4.2 All traps have been checked for rodents and clear?

Section 5: Documentation effectiveness, issues, and corrective actions.

  • 5.1 All Documentation used for facility is up to date?

  • 5.2 Documentation being used at facility is still effective to the task(s) being completed daily?

  • 5.3 No corrective actions need to be taken to change documentation of facility?

Section 6: Action items corrected or rectified

  • Actioned by

  • Date Actioned

  • Comments (optional)

Section 5: Report complete

  • Inspector Signature

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