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Lighting

All lights/bulbs/lamps checked and none needs replacement?

Checked any luminaires that have transformers, control gear or accessories, such as spread lenses, glare baffles or color filters?

Exterior lights and cables aren’t torn; all screws and hardware in place and working?

All exit lighting are properly installed and functioning?

All interior lighting are properly installed and functioning?

All exterior lighting are properly installed and functioning?

Electrical

Have you changed batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, flashlights and test instruments?

Timers and photocells are functioning correctly?

Cover plates have no cracks and have proper tightness?

All exhaust fans are clean?

Safety

Checked inventory and restocked all first aid kits?

Checked eyewash bottles and stations?

Safety signs and equipment labels are in good condition?

Respirators inspected and cleaned?

Fall protection harnesses and kits inspected?

HVAC

Air intake cleaned (as needed)?

Changed all air filters (as needed)?

Blower motors in operation have no excessive noise or vibration?

Cleaned motors and ductwork (as needed)?

Condensate drain pan has proper drainage?

Checked the flexible duct connectors?

Guards and panels are secured and not loose?

All electrical hardware and connections are in good condition?

Controls and equipment tested and safe?

Interior unit operating properly?

Condenser motor bearings have no excessive noise or vibration?

Inspected the condenser air intake, discharge, and coil?

All refrigerant piping and insulation in good condition?

Guards or access panels secured and not loose?

Exterior unit in good operation?

Inspected compressed air lines regularly? No leaks in piping, tubing or fittings?

Replaced or cleaned air filter elements at least quarterly, or as necessary depending on the application?

Oil levels on air compressor pumps monitored and replaced (as necessary depending on usage)?

Building Interior

Floors, ceilings, and walls show no evidence of deterioration?

REFERENCE: Floors, ceilings, and walls show no evidence of deterioration
[This is an example of how you can use iAuditor to include best practice reference images in your templates to assist with inspections]

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No visible signs of leaks?

Inspected and found no hazards (electrical, mechanical, structural, physical, tripping, etc.)?

Faucets, toilets, and showers are operational and in good working condition?

Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors tested and working?

Fire alarm system tested and working?

Firefighting equipment in good condition?

All doors in proper operation; exits are not obstructed?

Door locks and closures in good condition?

Work areas and walkways are properly marked?

No accumulation of trash in storage areas?

No evidence of insect infestation?

Cart casters show no wear and that shelving is properly labeled, organized, and secured?

Building Exterior

Paint and walls in good condition?

No broken windows or doors?

All railings in good condition?

No plants growing on the building or its foundation?

Roof is cleaned (as needed)? Be careful when working in high places; employ adequate fall protection.

Cleaned roof drains and gutters (as needed)? Tested drains and downspouts by flushing them with water?

Roof in good condition?

Gutters have adequate anchoring and tightened if necessary?

Inspected the stack and all roof penetrations?

No plant life growing on the roof? (remove if any)

No debris found? (clean if any)

No broken glass and debris on the grounds?

Sidewalk in good condition?

Driveway and parking area in good condition?

Storm water drains in good condition?

Plants and lawns in good condition?

Trees in good condition; no branches are about to fall?

Area around the dumpsters are clean?

Fencing in good condition?

Plumbing

Plumbing inspected at least annually? No leaks or unusual noises?

Domestic water booster and circulation pump systems require bearing lubrication at least annually; no leaks on couplings?

Are domestic water heaters and boilers fire-tested periodically? Used flue-gas analysis to adjust the flue draft and combustion air input to help optimize efficiency?

Remote drinking water chillers need condenser fan motor bearings lubricated annually. All contacts show no wear and pitting? Ran system control tests?

Pumped down the system and removed the refrigerant according to manufacturer instructions? Drained and replaced oil in the compressor oil reservoir, including filters, strainers and traps?

Sump and sewage ejection pumps are functioning properly (and replaced on an as-needed basis)? Exposed pumps lubricated (annually)?

Completion
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Workplace Building Preventive Maintenance Checklist

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: Construction | Downloads: 703

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Audit

Lighting

All lights/bulbs/lamps checked and none needs replacement?

Checked any luminaires that have transformers, control gear or accessories, such as spread lenses, glare baffles or color filters?

Exterior lights and cables aren’t torn; all screws and hardware in place and working?

All exit lighting are properly installed and functioning?

All interior lighting are properly installed and functioning?

All exterior lighting are properly installed and functioning?

Electrical

Have you changed batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, flashlights and test instruments?

Timers and photocells are functioning correctly?

Cover plates have no cracks and have proper tightness?

All exhaust fans are clean?

Safety

Checked inventory and restocked all first aid kits?

Checked eyewash bottles and stations?

Safety signs and equipment labels are in good condition?

Respirators inspected and cleaned?

Fall protection harnesses and kits inspected?

HVAC

Air intake cleaned (as needed)?

Changed all air filters (as needed)?

Blower motors in operation have no excessive noise or vibration?

Cleaned motors and ductwork (as needed)?

Condensate drain pan has proper drainage?

Checked the flexible duct connectors?

Guards and panels are secured and not loose?

All electrical hardware and connections are in good condition?

Controls and equipment tested and safe?

Interior unit operating properly?

Condenser motor bearings have no excessive noise or vibration?

Inspected the condenser air intake, discharge, and coil?

All refrigerant piping and insulation in good condition?

Guards or access panels secured and not loose?

Exterior unit in good operation?

Inspected compressed air lines regularly? No leaks in piping, tubing or fittings?

Replaced or cleaned air filter elements at least quarterly, or as necessary depending on the application?

Oil levels on air compressor pumps monitored and replaced (as necessary depending on usage)?

Building Interior

Floors, ceilings, and walls show no evidence of deterioration?

REFERENCE: Floors, ceilings, and walls show no evidence of deterioration
[This is an example of how you can use iAuditor to include best practice reference images in your templates to assist with inspections]

IMG-0396.JPG

No visible signs of leaks?

Inspected and found no hazards (electrical, mechanical, structural, physical, tripping, etc.)?

Faucets, toilets, and showers are operational and in good working condition?

Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors tested and working?

Fire alarm system tested and working?

Firefighting equipment in good condition?

All doors in proper operation; exits are not obstructed?

Door locks and closures in good condition?

Work areas and walkways are properly marked?

No accumulation of trash in storage areas?

No evidence of insect infestation?

Cart casters show no wear and that shelving is properly labeled, organized, and secured?

Building Exterior

Paint and walls in good condition?

No broken windows or doors?

All railings in good condition?

No plants growing on the building or its foundation?

Roof is cleaned (as needed)? Be careful when working in high places; employ adequate fall protection.

Cleaned roof drains and gutters (as needed)? Tested drains and downspouts by flushing them with water?

Roof in good condition?

Gutters have adequate anchoring and tightened if necessary?

Inspected the stack and all roof penetrations?

No plant life growing on the roof? (remove if any)

No debris found? (clean if any)

No broken glass and debris on the grounds?

Sidewalk in good condition?

Driveway and parking area in good condition?

Storm water drains in good condition?

Plants and lawns in good condition?

Trees in good condition; no branches are about to fall?

Area around the dumpsters are clean?

Fencing in good condition?

Plumbing

Plumbing inspected at least annually? No leaks or unusual noises?

Domestic water booster and circulation pump systems require bearing lubrication at least annually; no leaks on couplings?

Are domestic water heaters and boilers fire-tested periodically? Used flue-gas analysis to adjust the flue draft and combustion air input to help optimize efficiency?

Remote drinking water chillers need condenser fan motor bearings lubricated annually. All contacts show no wear and pitting? Ran system control tests?

Pumped down the system and removed the refrigerant according to manufacturer instructions? Drained and replaced oil in the compressor oil reservoir, including filters, strainers and traps?

Sump and sewage ejection pumps are functioning properly (and replaced on an as-needed basis)? Exposed pumps lubricated (annually)?

Completion
Name and signature: