Audit

DIRECTIONS. The following codes should be used during the inspection and further details provided in the “comments” section, if the item is regarded as unsatisfactory.
1 - (Not applicable), 2 - (Requires urgent attention), 3 - (Requires attention), 4 - (Satisfactory), 5 - (High standard)

LIGHTS (CHECK OPERATION AND VISIBILITY OF):

Headlights

Parking lights

Hazard lights

Brake lights

Reverse lights

BRAKES AND WARNINGS:

Check operation of horn

Check operation of handbrake/footbrake

Check for firm brake pedal

INTERIOR:

Internal cleanliness maintained

Cargo barrier in place, where appropriate

Safety belts in good order

EXTERIOR:

Any damage to body work noted

Windscreen in good order and clean

Windscreen wipers and washers operating

Water in windscreen washer reservoir

GENERAL SAFETY:

System in place for reporting problems

Servicing as required

FIRST AID:

First Aid Kit in vehicle

Container and contents clean and orderly

System in place to replenish kit items

Expiry dates checked

Out of date items disposed of

TYRES:

Tyre tread checked for wear (Including spare)

Treads matching for front and rear tyres

Tyre pressure checked (Including spare)

Jack and wheel brace available and in good repair

TRANSPORTATION OF CLIENTS:

Are clients transported in the vehicle?

Wheelchair hoist fitted, if required

Appropriate for the transport of clients

Ability to secure clients appropriately

Client behaviour while travelling is known

GENERAL COMMENTS:

Add any general about the vehicle

INSPECTING PERSONS DETAILS:
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Certification by Responsible Person

I Certify that the described vehicle is to the manufacturers specifications and is being serviced and maintained by competent personnel to the manufacturer’s recommendations.

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Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.