This “Daily Plant Inspection Checklist” is completed as a record that the plant has been inspected prior to using the plant on site. Keep this record on site as evidence of a risk management system being in place.
Product Description. Aggregate Plant Daily Inspection designed for both Wash Plant and Crushing Plant. Examination areas in each checklist include Guarding, Electrical, Site Conditions, Machinery, Wash Plant, Housekeeping and Fire Protection.
Personal Hazards 1.1 Plant is protected from any hair, clothing, gloves, jewelry, brushes, rags or other materials becoming entangled with moving parts. 1.2 Risk of crushing from parts of plant falling off, or uncontrolled or unexpected …
TENTERFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL Procedure PRC-PL-01 Rev 2.0/Jul 2013 PROCEDURE FOR COMPLETION OF DAILY PLANT INSPECTION Introduction Tenterfield Shire Council has both a moral and legal responsibility for the safety of all persons at
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mobile plant safety is one of the department’s priority areas. The following newsletter and checklist deals with the five key items of plant inspectors focused on during their inspection campaign (many of the common problems relating to mobile plant that WorkSafe has found in workplaces relate to these items).
Daily checklists for each type of industrial truck are available from the truck manufacturer. You may choose to use a checklist for each type of industrial truck in your workplace or compile one that can be used for any type of truck.
The purpose of an inspection is to identify whether work equipment can be operated, adjusted and maintained safely – with any deterioration detected and remedied before it results in a health and safety risk. Not all work equipment needs formal inspection to ensure safety and, in many cases, a quick visual check before use will be sufficient.
plant operator daily safety checklist: Operators are required to check the following items before commencing work. These records form the basis of a plant maintenance procedure and will be subject to random inspection.
The operator will initial the daily plant check sheet to indicate that the check has been carried out and that everything is in order. Details of any defects should be recorded and reported to the Plant controller Daily Maintenance: Weekly Maintenance: Check: Engine oil level and check for leakage Check: Hydraulic oil level and check for leakage.
Plant Daily Checklist Docket Books; Part Number: DB13: Size: A4 Sized Books – 297mm x 210mm: Material: NCR – Carbonless Paper: Print: 1 Colour Print – 1 Side: Printed Text: Standard text printed on every book (see image) Additional Notes: Fold in Flaps, Printed Hard Cover and Tape.
Checklists are a standardized tool that many facilities use to gauge compliance and/or record inspection findings. They are especially helpful for routine inspections because having the inspection items documented on a piece of paper or in an electronic tablet means that that employees do not need to commit all of the inspection items to memory.