Tools not correctly stored
(Slips, trips and falls, falling items)
Ingestion of or Exposure to hazardous substances
Fire risk Assessment carried out
All fire appliances checked and working
Equipment PAT tested.
Max of 5 litres of fuel to be kept in fuel store
Store fuel in clearly marked containers in a set and marked area, away from other flammables
Store vent to be checked prior to entry
Fire drill in line with FC.
Full egress available from building.
Emergency lighting working refuse kept to a minimum.
Inflammables stored correctly.
Risks minimised by constant environment review.
Use of health & safety manual.
Wet floor sign present.
Floor areas kept clear.
Adoption of ‘what does good look like’
Use of steps discouraged by low level storage. If used, steps should be supported by colleague
No products stored at height.
Hire equipment stored securely in robust stands manufactured for purpose.
Do not eat or store food in the tool store.
Store all hazardous substances in a separate, locked container.
Chemicals kept away from public
Chemicals stored correctly
Data sheets held on site
Skin safety centre available to staff
Gloves, masks and glasses available to staff.
Use of correct containers.
Training in tool use
Equipment to be maintained as per manufacturers instructions
Annual servicing of equipment to be carried out by a competent organisation / accredited individualand a record of servicing maintained
Tool inspection before use
Blade guards in place when moving sharp edged tools
Tools stored safely.
Tools conform to puwer regs.
Tools not left on counters or in public areas.
Only competent persons to be able to use power tools.
Tools regularly maintained / replaced to ensure integrity.