Audit

General Facility | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting working

Illuminated exit sign - Batteries function

Fire alarm system - age and condition

No major pipe leaks

No asbestos containing materials (ACM) or potentially asbestos containing materials (PACM)

Room number/locatiion

No major structural issues

Safety Data Sheets posted in a conspicuous area

Electrical receptacle outlets GFCI protected where required.

GFCIs Test/Reset buttons function

Equipment

GFCI Room number/location

Flammable articles are not stored in the facility

Exterior doors are secured

All doors secured when unoccupied

Fire extinguisher - A, B, C with signage indicating location and unobstructed access

Lockout / Tagout is available

1910.147(a)(1)(i) This standard covers the servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment in which the unexpected energization or start up of the machines or equipment, or release of stored energy, could harm employees. This standard establishes minimum performance requirements for the control of such hazardous energy. https://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owalink.query_links?src_doc_type=STANDARDS&src_unique_file=1910_0147&src_anchor_name=1910.147(a)(1)(i)

Employees trained on proper use of Lockout / Tagout

Facility is compliant with 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act

Click on the link button to review http://www.ada.gov/2010ADAstandards_index.htm
http://www.ada.gov/2010ADAstandards_index.htm

Smoke and fire detectors are present

Consult with your local Authority Having Jurisdiction or Fire Marshall to determine applicable fire safety codes for your facility.

General Facility | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Eye wash station (if applicable)

1910.151(a)

The employer shall ensure the ready availability of medical personnel for advice and consultation on matters of plant health.

1910.151(b)

In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid. Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available.

1910.151(c)

Where the eyes or body of any person may be exposed to injurious corrosive materials, suitable facilities for quick drenching or flushing of the eyes and body shall be provided within the work area for immediate emergency use.
https://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=STANDARDS&p_id=9806

Acetylene, Oxygen tanks chained to wall

Ceiling properly secured

Safety equipment - Goggles, gloves, dust masks, etc. (if applicable)

No tank/pipe leaks

Emergency telephone

Fluorescent bulbs have safety sleeves or diffusers

Spray bottles labeled with manufacturer of product contained

All paints and solvents are stored in metal cabinet

No stored gasoline powered equipment

Maintenance Area | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting working

Illuminated exit sign - Batteries function

Fire alarm system - age and condition

No major pipe leaks

No asbestos containing materials (ACM) or potentially asbestos containing materials (PACM)

Room number/locatiion

No major structural issues

Safety Data Sheets posted in a conspicuous area

Electrical receptacle outlets GFCI protected where required.

GFCIs Test/Reset buttons function

Equipment

GFCI Room number/location

Flammable articles are not stored in the facility

Exterior doors are secured

All doors secured when unoccupied

Fire extinguisher - A, B, C with signage indicating location and unobstructed access

Lockout / Tagout is available

1910.147(a)(1)(i) This standard covers the servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment in which the unexpected energization or start up of the machines or equipment, or release of stored energy, could harm employees. This standard establishes minimum performance requirements for the control of such hazardous energy. https://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owalink.query_links?src_doc_type=STANDARDS&src_unique_file=1910_0147&src_anchor_name=1910.147(a)(1)(i)

Employees trained on proper use of Lockout / Tagout

Smoke and fire detectors are present

Consult with your local Authority Having Jurisdiction or Fire Marshall to determine applicable fire safety codes for your facility.

Maintenance Area | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Eye wash station (if applicable)

1910.151(a)

The employer shall ensure the ready availability of medical personnel for advice and consultation on matters of plant health.

1910.151(b)

In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid. Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available.

1910.151(c)

Where the eyes or body of any person may be exposed to injurious corrosive materials, suitable facilities for quick drenching or flushing of the eyes and body shall be provided within the work area for immediate emergency use.
https://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=STANDARDS&p_id=9806

Acetylene, Oxygen tanks chained to wall

Ceiling properly secured

Safety equipment - Goggles, gloves, dust masks, etc. (if applicable)

No tank/pipe leaks

Emergency telephone

Fluorescent bulbs have safety sleeves or diffusers

Spray bottles labeled with manufacturer of product contained

All paints and solvents are stored in metal cabinet

No stored gasoline powered equipment

Maintenance Area | PRIORITY III - Preventive Maintenance / Energy Conservation

No pipe leaks

Floor drain/sump pump

Windows are thermal pane

Night set back thermostat

Fluorescent lighting (T-8/electronic ballast)

Maintenance Area | PRIORITY IV - Asthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet service needs

Area is well organized

Good illumination level

No debris stored

No foul odors

Floor, corners and edges are clean

Boiler Room | Priority I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

Fire alarm system - Age & Condition

No major pipe leaks

No asbestos suspected

No major structural issues

Safety data sheets posted

Electrical receptacle outlets GFCI protected where required.

GFCIs Test/Reset buttons function

Equipment

GFCI Room number/location

Boiler certificates posted

No flammable articles stored

Back flow preventer

Fire extinguisher - A, B, C with signage indicating location and unobstructed access

Lockout / Tagout is available

1910.147(a)(1)(i) This standard covers the servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment in which the unexpected energization or start up of the machines or equipment, or release of stored energy, could harm employees. This standard establishes minimum performance requirements for the control of such hazardous energy. https://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owalink.query_links?src_doc_type=STANDARDS&src_unique_file=1910_0147&src_anchor_name=1910.147(a)(1)(i)

Employees trained on proper use of Lockout / Tagout

Smoke and fire detectors are present

Consult with your local Authority Having Jurisdiction or Fire Marshall to determine applicable fire safety codes for your facility.

Boiler Room | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Exhaust fan present

Clean air intake present

Posted chemical handling procedures

Direction of flow arrows

No tank/Pipe leaks

Staff work alone

Valve chart

Emergency telephone

No gasoline powered equipment stored

Boiler supply water meter present

Facility manager records boiler meter reading daily

Fluorescent bulbs have safety sleeves or diffusers

Boiler Room | PRIORITY III - Preventive Maintenance/Energy Conservation

Interrupt able gas service available

No pipe leaks

Valves and gauges are not corroded

Pipe hangars are adequate

Domestic hot water circulator

Pneumatic controls

Water pressure regulator or water pressure no higher than 50psi

Water meter size

Floor drain/meter size

Fluorescent fixtures (T-8/Electronic ballasts)

Boiler type:

Fuel type

Boiler Room | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Area is well organized

Good illumination level

No debris stored

Floor, corners and edges are clean

Filter Room | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

No major pipe leaks

No asbestos suspected

No major structural issues

Safety data sheets posted

Electrical receptacle outlets GFCI protected where required.

GFCIs Test/Reset buttons function

Equipment

GFCI Room number/location

Chemical pumps fastened securely to wall or shelf

Current electrical inspection

External bonds on pool equipment

Boiler certificate posted & up-to-date

No flammable articles stored

Exterior doors secured

DE pit properly screened (if applicable)

All doors secured when unoccupied

Fire extinguisher - A, B, C with signage indicating location and unobstructed access

Lockout / Tagout is available

1910.147(a)(1)(i) This standard covers the servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment in which the unexpected energization or start up of the machines or equipment, or release of stored energy, could harm employees. This standard establishes minimum performance requirements for the control of such hazardous energy. https://www.osha.gov/pls/oshaweb/owalink.query_links?src_doc_type=STANDARDS&src_unique_file=1910_0147&src_anchor_name=1910.147(a)(1)(i)

Employees trained on proper use of Lockout / Tagout

Up-to-Date Pesticide Applicator (PA) certificate, CPO most states

Smoke and fire detectors are present

Consult with your local Authority Having Jurisdiction or Fire Marshall to determine applicable fire safety codes for your facility.

Filter Room | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Eye wash station hard piped

Room exhaust is present and functions

Ceiling properly secured

Posted chemical handling procedures

Posted emergency procedures

Acid/chlorine storage areas clearly marked

Acid/Chlorine separated by 10 feet

Acid pump operational

CO2 tanks are properly chained to wall

Chlorine pump operational

Safety equipment - goggles, gloves, dust mask, etc.

No tank/pipe leaks

Staff do not work alone

Valve chart posted

Pool controller turns off with pump

Emergency telephone

Fluorescent bulbs have safety sleeves or diffusers

No open bags of DE exposed (if applicable)

Spray bottles properly labeled with product name

No stored gasoline powered equipment

Natatorium | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

Lifeguard records maintained minimum 3x/Day

No major structural issues

Electrical receptacle outlets GFCI protected where required.

GFCIs Test/Reset buttons function

Equipment

GFCI Room number/location

Fire extinguisher - A, B, C with signage indicating location and unobstructed access

Emergency alarm

Safety Data Sheets provided for pool test chemicals

Spa temperature does not exceed 104 degrees F. / PA - 102 degrees F.

Pool/Spa compliant with 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act

Natatorium | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Posted pool rules

No suspended ceiling

24 hour/day heat/ventilation

24 hour/day exhaust

Room has a slightly negative pressure

Chemical levels properly maintained

pH level (7.2 - 7.5)

Chlorine level (1.0 a 2.0)

Total alkalinity (100 - 150 PPM)

Calcium Hardness (250 - 300 PPM)

Total dissolved solids (under 1500 PPM)

Permanent large posted depth signs

Permanent large universal language no diving signs

Emergency telephone

CPO or P.O.O.L. Certification

Structural inspection performed every three years

Evacuation plan is posted

Light level is 50 foot-candles

Commercial pool testing equipment - kit kept closed

Natatorium | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings

Good illumination level

No debris stored

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

Ceramic tile is in good condition (intact and matching)

Good housekeeping

Men's Locker Room | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

No major structural issues

Electrical receptacle outlets GFCI protected where required.

GFCIs Test/Reset buttons function

Equipment

GFCI Room number/location

Handicapped accessible

Men's Locker Room | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Suspended ceiling

24 hour/day heat/ventilation

24 hour/day exhaust

Mixing valves operational - water temperature under 110 degrees

Pressure balanced shower valves

Good tile condition

Floor tile size - 1 inch & Slip resistant

Floor drains in locker area

Secure benches

Sauna / Steam

Warning signs

Thermostat control is locked

Timing device

Window on door

Sauna stones are protected from clothing, etc.

Signage indicating no clothing, newspaper etc. on stones

Emergency telephone

Emergency alarm

Men's Locker Room | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

Ceiling tiles are not stained

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

Women's Locker Room | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

No major structural issues

Electrical receptacle outlets GFCI protected where required.

GFCIs Test/Reset buttons function

Equipment

GFCI Room number/location

Handicapped accessible

Women's Locker Room | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Suspended ceiling

24 hour/day heat/ventilation

24 hour/day exhaust

Mixing valves operational - water temperature under 110 degrees

Pressure balanced shower valves

Good tile condition

Floor tile size - 1 inch & Slip resistant

Floor drains in locker area

Secure benches

Sauna / Steam

Warning signs

Thermostat control is locked

Timing device

Window on door

Sauna stones are protected from clothing, etc.

Signage indicating no clothing, newspaper etc. on stones

Emergency telephone

Emergency alarm

Women's Locker Room | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

Ceiling tiles are not stained

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

Boy's Locker Room | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

No major structural issues

Electrical receptacle outlets GFCI protected where required.

GFCIs Test/Reset buttons function

Equipment

GFCI Room number/location

Handicapped accessible

Boy's Locker Room | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Suspended ceiling

24 hour/day heat/ventilation

24 hour/day exhaust

Mixing valves operational - water temperature under 110 degrees

Pressure balanced shower valves

Good tile condition

Floor tile size - 1 inch & Slip resistant

Showers cleared during electrical storms

Evacuation plan is posted

Boy's Locker Room | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

Ceiling tiles are not stained

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

Girl's Locker Room | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

No major structural issues

Electrical receptacle outlets GFCI protected where required.

GFCIs Test/Reset buttons function

Equipment

GFCI Room number/location

Handicapped accessible

Girl's Locker Room | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Suspended ceiling

24 hour/day heat/ventilation

24 hour/day exhaust

Mixing valves operational - water temperature under 110 degrees

Pressure balanced shower valves

Good tile condition

Floor tile size - 1 inch & Slip resistant

Showers cleared during electrical storms

Evacuation plan is posted

Girl's Locker Room | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

Ceiling tiles are not stained

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

Special Needs Locker Room | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

No major structural issues

Electrical receptacle outlets GFCI protected where required.

GFCIs Test/Reset buttons function

Equipment

GFCI Room number/location

Handicapped accessible

Special Needs Locker Room | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Suspended ceiling

24 hour/day heat/ventilation

24 hour/day exhaust

Mixing valves operational - water temperature under 110 degrees

Pressure balanced shower valves

Good tile condition

Floor tile size - 1 inch & Slip resistant

Showers cleared during electrical storms

Evacuation plan is posted

Special Needs Locker Room | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings.

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

Ceiling tiles are not stained

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

Child Watch | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

Fire extinguisher

No major structural issues

Procedure posted for mixing liquid bleach (if applicable)

Fire exits clear

All refrigerators have thermometer

Handicapped accessible

Child Watch | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Suspended ceiling

Operational bathroom exhaust if no window

HVAC during operating hours

Electrical receptacle outlets are GFCI protected at sinks

Electrical outlets capped

Water temperature not to exceed 106 degrees

Bathroom privacy locks open from outside

Floors carpeted/non-skid material

Outdoor playground equipment is inspected weekly

Evacuation plan is posted

Windows protected for safety and security

Child Watch | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings.

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

Ceiling tiles are not stained

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

Gymnasium | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (both high and low voltage)

Fire extinguisher

No major structural issues

Fire exits clear

Handicapped accessible

Gymnasium | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Operational exhaust

HVAC during operational hours

Electrical outlets at water fountain on GFCI (if applicable)

Electrical outlets capped if area used by pre-schoolers

Wall padding under basketball backstops - 6'-8" high

Windows protected for safety and security

Evacuation plan is posted

Equipment is stored off floor

Areas behind baskets are free from obstruction

Indoor track rail is 42"-44" high and secure

Sprinkler heads are protected

Floor type: Wood, Rubber, Other

Gymnasium | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings.

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

All Purpose Room | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

No major structural issues

Fire exits clear

Handicapped accessible

All Purpose Room | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Operational exhaust

HVAC during operational hours

Electrical outlets at water fountain on GFCI (if applicable)

Electrical outlets capped if area used by pre-schoolers

Windows protected for safety and security

Evacuation plan is posted

Sprinkler heads are protected

Floor type: Wood, Rubber, Other

All Purpose Room | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings.

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

Ceiling tiles not stained

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

Aerobic Studio | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (both high and low voltage)

No major structural issues

Fire exits clear

Handicapped accessible

Aerobics Studio | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Operational exhaust

HVAC during operational hours

Electrical outlets at water fountain on GFCI (if applicable)

Electrical outlets capped if area used by pre-schoolers

Windows protected for safety and security

Evacuation plan is posted

Sprinkler heads are protected

Floor type: Wood, Rubber, Other

Aerobics Studio | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings.

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

Ceiling tiles not stained

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

Specialty Studio/Board Room | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

Fire extinguisher

No major structural issues

Fire exits clear

Handicapped accessible

Specialty Studio/Board Room | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Operational exhaust

HVAC during operational hours

Electrical outlets at water fountain on GFCI (if applicable)

Electrical outlets capped if area used by pre-schoolers

Windows protected for safety and security

Evacuation plan is posted

Floor type: Wood, Rubber, Other

Specialty Studio/Board Room | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings.

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

Ceiling tiles not stained

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

Healthy Living Center | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

No major structural issues

Fire exits clear

Handicapped accessible - compliant with 2010 American's with Disability Act

Healthy Living Center | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Operational exhaust

HVAC during operational hours

Electrical outlets at water fountain on GFCI (if applicable)

Windows protected for safety and security

Spray bottles labeled with manufacturer label of product contained

Signage requiring spotter for weight lifting

Evacuation plan is posted

Floor type: Wood, Rubber, Other

The Healthy Living Center | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings.

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

Ceiling tiles not stained

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

Weight Room | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

No major structural issues

Fire exits clear

Handicapped accessible - compliant with 2010 American's with Disability Act

Weight Room | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Operational exhaust

HVAC during operational hours

Electrical outlets at water fountain on GFCI (if applicable)

Electrical outlets capped

Windows protected for safety and security

Spray bottles labeled with manufacturer label of product contained

Signage requiring spotter for weight lifting

Evacuation plan is posted

Floor type: Wood, Rubber, Other

Weight Room | PRIORITY III - Preventive Maintenance / Energy Conservation

Equipment receives regular maintenance

Facility is cleaned and disinfected daily

Equipment is stored safely

Equipment is clean, safe, and in good operating condition

Weight Room | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings.

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

Ceiling tiles not stained

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

Computer Club House | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

No major structural issues

Fire exits clear

Handicapped accessible - compliant with 2010 American's with Disability Act

Computer Club House | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Operational exhaust

HVAC during operational hours

Windows protected for safety and security

Spray bottles labeled with manufacturer label of product contained

Evacuation plan is posted

Evacuation plan is posted

Floor type: Wood, Rubber, Other

Computer Club House | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings.

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

Ceiling tiles not stained

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

Racquetball Courts | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

No major structural issues

Fire exits clear

Handicapped accessible - compliant with 2010 American's with Disability Act

Racquetball Courts | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Operational exhaust

HVAC during operational hours

Windows protected for safety and security

Signeage for racquetball court include protective eye ware

Evacuation plan is posted

Evacuation plan is posted

Floor type: Wood, Rubber, Other

Racquetball Courts | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings.

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

No foul odors

Office Areas | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

No major structural issues

Fire exits clear

Safety Data Sheets posted

Handicapped accessible - compliant with 2010 American's with Disability Act

Office Areas | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

HVAC during operational hours

Electrical receptacle outlets on GFCI in all wet areas

All computers protected by surge protection

Spray bottles labeled with manufacturer label of product contained

Evacuation plan is posted

Floors carpeted/non-skid material

Windows protected for safety and security

Office Areas | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings.

Good illumination level

Floor material in good condition

Ceiling tiles are not stained

No debris stored

Good housekeeping

No wires, etc., hanging down walls from ceiling

Carpet in good condition

Wall paint in good condition

No tape on windows, walls, etc.

Lobby, Halls, Stairwells | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Emergency lighting

Illuminated exit sign (high and low voltage

Fire extinguisher present

Inspected annually

Inspected monthly

No major structural issues

Fire exits clear

Current elevator certificate on file

Handicapped accessible - compliant with 2010 American's with Disability Act

Lobby, Halls, Stairwells | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

HVAC during operational hours

Electrical receptacle outlets on GFCI in all wet areas, such as water fountains

Evacuation plan is posted

Floors carpeted/non-skid material

Windows protected for safety and security

Lobby, Halls, Stairwells | PRIORITY III - Preventive Maintenance/Energy Conservation

Lighting type - fluorescent (T-8/electronic ballasts)

Facility is cleaned daily

Equipment is clean, safe, and in good operating condition

Roof Areas | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Security lighting

No major structural issues

All mechanical equipment have GFCI outlet and work light

Roof Areas | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

HVAC equipment is free of debris

Equipment mounted on roof curbs

Windows protected for safety and security

All windows are intact

All doors are properly secured

No roof leaks are present

Mechanical equipment has phase protection

Roof Areas | PRIORITY III - Preventive Maintenance/Energy Conservation

Equipment is clean, safe, & in good operating condition

Walkways are even with no tripping hazards

All gutters and drains are clear

AC condensate is piped to roof drains

Flat roof is sealed every 3 years (if applicable)

Roof is reviewed annually by a qualified roofer

Exterior | PRIORITY I - Code Compliance/Crisis

Security lighting operatiional

No major structural issues

Fire exits clear

Handicapped parking provided

Walkway is handicap accessible

Recycling bins are present

Exterior | PRIORITY II - Structural/Safety/Security

Windows protected for safety &. security

All windows are in tact

All gates are properly secured when play area occupied

No exposed nail heads on wood equipment/fencing

Exterior walls are in good condition

Exterior | PRIORITY III - Preventive Maintenance/Energy Conservation

Parking lots rescaled and restricted every three years

Walkways are even with no tripping hazards

Exterior | PRIORITY IV - Aesthetics/Programmability

Venue is adequately designed to meet program offerings

Lawns neatly trimmed

No debris present

Wall & trim paint in good condition

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.