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Electrical Inspection Checklist Template



All employees have current and up-to-date electrical safety inductions and training?

Employees are able to recall correct stop work procedures in the event of electrical danger?

Electrical Safety Procedure

Is there a written and approved site electrical safety procedure?

Has the electrical safety procedure been communicated to all employees and contractors?

Is there a written and approved high voltage safety procedure?

Has it been communicated to the employees and contractors?


Has a competent electrician been appointed as the person, responsible for electrical works, in writing by the supervising manager?

Are all electricians qualified and tested to be competent?

Permit and Lockout

Has all electrically energized equipment been locked out, tagged, de-energized and tested to be de energized prior to commencement of work?

Has an isolation and permit to work been obtained if work is to be done on electrically energized equipment?

Work Near Power Lines

All staff working near power lines have been briefed on specific task hazards present, and have appropriately trained?

Has a permit to work been obtained if the work is to be conducted near power lines?

Portable Electrical Tools

All portable electrical tools have earth leakage switch and a safe start/stop switch?

All portable electrical tools inspected and tagged by an electrician on a monthly basis?

High Voltage

Only trained qualified HV electricians may gain access and work on HV equipment.

Access (gates, and devices to prevent climbing) to high voltage areas is prohibited when no work is being performed?

Has an HV permit been obtained prior to work on HV equipment and is this readily available?

Is a risk assessment conducted prior to commencement of work and is the condition of the poles mentioned?

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