The Emergency Equipment Inspection Checklist is applicable for all:

  • Construction Sites
  • Warehouses
  • Ship dockyards or ports
  • Recycling Yards
  • Residential Apartments
  • Airports etc.

 

The Emergency Equipment Inspection Checklist will provide you all the required tasks which should be completed on an everyday basis at the right and scheduled time. The ‘Yes’  or ‘No’ option can be recorded and analyzed for any of the below checklist questions for Facility team workers or any facility management team which represents all the immediate and necessary tasks required to follow-up or you can take any required action to assign priority tasks.

 

This Emergency Equipment Inspection Checklist is non-exhaustive and non-mandatory in nature. The facility management supervisor or the management staff who take care of the facility operations at the workplace can make the necessary customizations like adding more questions or removing/modifying the existing questions that suit the company work processes and conditions. Here, you can check out a few sample questions for the Emergency Equipment Inspection Checklist.

 

S.noChecklist CheckAction
1Is emergency equipment (alarm pull boxes, eyewashes, showers, etc.) accessible and not blocked by equipment?Yes / No
2Are emergency eyewashes/showers provided in the required chemical areas?Yes / No
3Are eyewash/showers flushed weekly and inspected annually?Yes / No
4Is all emergency equipment in good condition?Yes / No
5Are spill kits accessible and fully stocked?Yes / No

 

Here, we have attached the Emergency Equipment Inspection Checklist which we render to our clients for their routine offices/malls or stores/apartments Facility inspections and other related tasks. The Emergency Equipment Inspection Checklist is comprehensive and it thoroughly ensures that no SOP or any other task procedures are being missed. You can utilize this as good training material to make the workers accountable for every operation in the organization. This will help the facility managers or supervisors to understand and examine the scheduled tasks of the employees. We hope this Emergency Equipment Inspection Checklist gives you a detailed approach to how the facility related operations have to be done on your site.

 

Emergency Equipment Inspection Checklist

 

Post Author: Sharjeel Ahmed

Over 15 years of total experience in the software industry with previous experience working with various multinational companies like Microsoft, Adobe, etc. He is a serial entrepreneur having done a lot of work with NFC based products.

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