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Self-safety Inspection Checklist for Automotive Workshops

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Self-Safety Inspection Checklist
All work areas clean, sanitary, and orderly?
Spills promptly cleaned up or contained with non-combustible absorbent materials?
Storage neat, stable, and orderly?
Bathrooms, wash facilities, lunchrooms, locker rooms, maintained in a clean and sanitary condition?
Floors, steps, ramps, and other walking surfaces free of any trip hazards and maintained in a good condition free of any spills or hazards that could cause slips or falls?
Vehicle exhausts hose and/or collection system in good condition and used?
Portable fire extinguishers at assigned areas, accessible, and visible?
Portable fire extinguishers in operational condition with current inspection tag?
Combustible materials kept clear from heating equipment and other heat-producing equipment?
Proper eye protection is worn at all times in shop areas?
Respirators are maintained in a clean and operable condition. Respirators properly stored when not in use in a sealed container?
Means of egress unobstructed and free of trip hazards?
First aid kits readily accessible and properly stocked?
Emergency showers/eyewashes readily accessible, clean, and operational and appear to be properly maintained?
Electrical cords free from damage, properly used, the third prong used, and grounded?
Electric motors, tools, and other equipment free of accumulation of dirt, oil, waste and debris?
Ground fault circuit interrupters operational and provided in the shop and wash bay areas?
Utility work lights in good condition and guard properly around light bulbs?
All guards provided on equipment pulleys, gears, sprockets, pinch points, and points of operation to prevent physical contact?
Hoses, extension cords, utility lights, tools, and other equipment not being used stored at assigned areas to help prevent trip hazards?
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Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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