iAuditor Mobile App Preview

Audit

INFRASTUCTURE

Can all doors be opened inwards and outward to allow safe exit in an emergency?

Is there adequate workspace in the workshop for the projects taking place?

Are floors free of slip and trip hazards?
Including oil
power leads, ropes, cables
tools
rubbish, waste, debris, swarf

Does the workshop floor drain properly?

Are the work benches and trolleys at a suitable height for working and lifting items?

Are work benches at a height suitable for the tallest and shortest staff?

Is there good ventilation in the area?
Welding area
painting/solvent areas
chemical storage

Is the lighting sufficient for the tasks being undertaken?

Are lighting fixtures covered in the event that a globe is broken?

Are jacks, cranes and hoists present and rated to suit the lifting needs of the projects?

Are hoists routinely serviced and chains checked for wear?
Do records exist to support servicing requirements?

Is the minimum load bearing capacity clearly marked on jacks, cranes, gantries and hoists?

Is shelving strong enough to hold loads?
Do racking shelves display safe working load limits?

Is there a safety cage for the inflation of split rimmed tyres?

Is there a safety cage available to raise workers if needed to service equipment.?
Is the safe working load displayed?
Is a harness available for use in the cage?
Do records of harness inspections exist? Is it current?
Have any modifications been certified by an engineer?

Are stands used to support raised vehicles, machinery and equipment?

Are there safety signs in place at
welding bays
chemical storage
PPE maintenance and storage
electrical and mechanical hazards

Are there separate rubbish bins for combustible and non combustible waste?

Are gutters and areas around the building free of debris and rubbish?

Are ladders and other means of working at heights stored away and inaccessible to unauthorized persons?
Are these items inspected regularly to be in good repair?
Do records exist to support this?

Do ladders and stairs comply with Australian Standards?

Is a falls arrest harness available for use when working at heights?
Do records exist to demonstrate regular inspection of the condition of the harness?

Are buildings and structures fitted with handrails, mezzanine, scaffolding or other means to prevent falls?

ELECTRICAL TOOLS AND POWER SUPPLY

Is all electrical work conducted by a qualified and licenced electrician?

Are electrical certificates of safety provided for all electrical works and repairs?

Are overhead power lines clearly marked and visible/ clear of machinery?

Are signs in place to locate and identify cables, pipes and other utilities?

Is all electrical wiring in a conduit if it is at risk of being cut, or struck by a person?

Are all power tools double insulated?

Are only heavy duty extension power leads in use?

Are all electrical tools and leads regularly inspected, tested and tagged?
Is a register available and up to date?

Is an RSD fitted to the electrical circuit board?
Is it routinely tested?
Do records exist to support routine inspection and testing?

If an RSD is not fitted, is a portable RSD used?
If this is used, is it routinely tested?
Do records exist to support routine inspection and testing?

Are portable electrical tools unplugged and put away when not in use?

Are all electrical switches and power points undamaged?

Is the electric power board protected from the weather and water?

Are outside power points weatherproof?

Is there any risk of contact between electrical equipment and leads with water?

WORKSHOP EQUIPMENT

Are welder electrodes and connections in good condition?

Is ventilation adequate when welding?

Are protective screens available and used to protect bystanders when welding?

Are flash guard helmets used and in good condition?

Are oxyacetylene cylinders used and stored securely and in an upright position?

Are flash arresters fitted to all oxyacetylene equipment?

Are pressure gauges on oxyacetylene cylinders in working order and well maintained?

Are all oxyacetylene hoses and fittings in good condition and free of leaks?

Are bench grinders securely positioned away from traffic areas?

Are bench grinder wheels regularly dressed and tool rests correctly adjusted?

Are bench grinder wheels guarded and eye shields in place?

Are all other power tool guards in place and well maintained?

Is the air compressor properly guarded?

Are all pressure vessels registered, regularly inspected for damage and within cylinder expiry date?

Is the air compressor located away from work areas to reduced noise?

Are batteries regularly charged in a well ventilated area away from heat, sparks and flames?

Are pressure gauges available to correctly inflate tyres?

Is personal protective equipment PPE for all work, including eye goggles, welding helmet and hearing protection available and worn by staff?

Is combustible materials stored away from sparks?

Are exhaust systems on equipment in good order to reduce fumes, emissions and risk of fire?

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

Does the workshop have an evacuation plan displayed next to exits?

Has an evacuation assembly area been identified and sign posted?

Are fire extinguishes in place and of the correct type for use in a workshop?

Are fire extinguishers easily accessible, unobstructed and sign posted?

Is a first aid kit accessible?

Is the first aid kit regularly services to ensure sufficient supplies exist in an emergency?

Is a list of currently qualified first aid attendants available near the kit?

In an emergency can emergency services be contacted?

Are there trained emergency wardens available to cover all working areas and all working hours?

Are emergency drills conducted at least every 6months?

OTHER HAZARDS

Is a NO SMOKING policy in place, and applied consistently?

Are adequate amenities available and in working order?
Are they regularly cleaned?
Do they provide an area that maintains personal dignity in an emergency?
Are they sufficient to meet the needs of the maximum number of people on site?

Do you have a regular system of pest and vermin control?
Is a licensed professional engaged for these activities?
Is the monitoring and treatment program documented?

Workshop Inspection Checklist - Farming

Created by: SafetyCulture Staff | Industry: Agriculture | Downloads: 121

Workshop inspection checklist for farming. Can be used for weekly, monthly or annual inspections. Includes checks for work areas, workshop equipment and tools.

Signup for a free iAuditor account to download and edit this checklist. It will be added to your free account and you will be able to conduct inspections from your mobile device.

Download and edit this free checklist

Browse for other checklists


iauditor logo

The World's #1 Cloud-Based Inspection Software and App

chevron logo
coles logo
emirates logo
overground logo
tesla logo
toyota logo

Audit

INFRASTUCTURE

Can all doors be opened inwards and outward to allow safe exit in an emergency?

Is there adequate workspace in the workshop for the projects taking place?

Are floors free of slip and trip hazards?
Including oil
power leads, ropes, cables
tools
rubbish, waste, debris, swarf

Does the workshop floor drain properly?

Are the work benches and trolleys at a suitable height for working and lifting items?

Are work benches at a height suitable for the tallest and shortest staff?

Is there good ventilation in the area?
Welding area
painting/solvent areas
chemical storage

Is the lighting sufficient for the tasks being undertaken?

Are lighting fixtures covered in the event that a globe is broken?

Are jacks, cranes and hoists present and rated to suit the lifting needs of the projects?

Are hoists routinely serviced and chains checked for wear?
Do records exist to support servicing requirements?

Is the minimum load bearing capacity clearly marked on jacks, cranes, gantries and hoists?

Is shelving strong enough to hold loads?
Do racking shelves display safe working load limits?

Is there a safety cage for the inflation of split rimmed tyres?

Is there a safety cage available to raise workers if needed to service equipment.?
Is the safe working load displayed?
Is a harness available for use in the cage?
Do records of harness inspections exist? Is it current?
Have any modifications been certified by an engineer?

Are stands used to support raised vehicles, machinery and equipment?

Are there safety signs in place at
welding bays
chemical storage
PPE maintenance and storage
electrical and mechanical hazards

Are there separate rubbish bins for combustible and non combustible waste?

Are gutters and areas around the building free of debris and rubbish?

Are ladders and other means of working at heights stored away and inaccessible to unauthorized persons?
Are these items inspected regularly to be in good repair?
Do records exist to support this?

Do ladders and stairs comply with Australian Standards?

Is a falls arrest harness available for use when working at heights?
Do records exist to demonstrate regular inspection of the condition of the harness?

Are buildings and structures fitted with handrails, mezzanine, scaffolding or other means to prevent falls?

ELECTRICAL TOOLS AND POWER SUPPLY

Is all electrical work conducted by a qualified and licenced electrician?

Are electrical certificates of safety provided for all electrical works and repairs?

Are overhead power lines clearly marked and visible/ clear of machinery?

Are signs in place to locate and identify cables, pipes and other utilities?

Is all electrical wiring in a conduit if it is at risk of being cut, or struck by a person?

Are all power tools double insulated?

Are only heavy duty extension power leads in use?

Are all electrical tools and leads regularly inspected, tested and tagged?
Is a register available and up to date?

Is an RSD fitted to the electrical circuit board?
Is it routinely tested?
Do records exist to support routine inspection and testing?

If an RSD is not fitted, is a portable RSD used?
If this is used, is it routinely tested?
Do records exist to support routine inspection and testing?

Are portable electrical tools unplugged and put away when not in use?

Are all electrical switches and power points undamaged?

Is the electric power board protected from the weather and water?

Are outside power points weatherproof?

Is there any risk of contact between electrical equipment and leads with water?

WORKSHOP EQUIPMENT

Are welder electrodes and connections in good condition?

Is ventilation adequate when welding?

Are protective screens available and used to protect bystanders when welding?

Are flash guard helmets used and in good condition?

Are oxyacetylene cylinders used and stored securely and in an upright position?

Are flash arresters fitted to all oxyacetylene equipment?

Are pressure gauges on oxyacetylene cylinders in working order and well maintained?

Are all oxyacetylene hoses and fittings in good condition and free of leaks?

Are bench grinders securely positioned away from traffic areas?

Are bench grinder wheels regularly dressed and tool rests correctly adjusted?

Are bench grinder wheels guarded and eye shields in place?

Are all other power tool guards in place and well maintained?

Is the air compressor properly guarded?

Are all pressure vessels registered, regularly inspected for damage and within cylinder expiry date?

Is the air compressor located away from work areas to reduced noise?

Are batteries regularly charged in a well ventilated area away from heat, sparks and flames?

Are pressure gauges available to correctly inflate tyres?

Is personal protective equipment PPE for all work, including eye goggles, welding helmet and hearing protection available and worn by staff?

Is combustible materials stored away from sparks?

Are exhaust systems on equipment in good order to reduce fumes, emissions and risk of fire?

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

Does the workshop have an evacuation plan displayed next to exits?

Has an evacuation assembly area been identified and sign posted?

Are fire extinguishes in place and of the correct type for use in a workshop?

Are fire extinguishers easily accessible, unobstructed and sign posted?

Is a first aid kit accessible?

Is the first aid kit regularly services to ensure sufficient supplies exist in an emergency?

Is a list of currently qualified first aid attendants available near the kit?

In an emergency can emergency services be contacted?

Are there trained emergency wardens available to cover all working areas and all working hours?

Are emergency drills conducted at least every 6months?

OTHER HAZARDS

Is a NO SMOKING policy in place, and applied consistently?

Are adequate amenities available and in working order?
Are they regularly cleaned?
Do they provide an area that maintains personal dignity in an emergency?
Are they sufficient to meet the needs of the maximum number of people on site?

Do you have a regular system of pest and vermin control?
Is a licensed professional engaged for these activities?
Is the monitoring and treatment program documented?