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Hazardous Area Verification Dossier Template

A hazardous area verification dossier template is a standardized document used to ensure the safety of workers and equipment in hazardous areas. The template typically includes information on the area’s classification, the equipment installed, and the safety measures in place to prevent explosions or other hazards. The dossier also outlines procedures for maintenance and inspection, including records of any modifications or repairs. Adhering to a standardized template can help ensure consistent safety practices and compliance with regulatory requirements.

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Audit
Site Name:
Today's Date
Is there a Hazardous Area Verification Dossier ?
Is it available on site?
Have you read it ?
What year was classification completed last
Are the standards the Dossier were written to still current?
Has there been amendments?
Has the Dossier been changed to reflect changes
Does the dossier include-
Cover sheet?
Purpose and function
Classification Principles and Methods
Dust characteristics of material handled
Does it include all dust types handled on the site?
Data required
Minimum Dust Layer Ignition Temperature (Degrees Celsius)
Minimum Dust Cloud Ignition Temperature (Degrees Celsius)
Temperature Class (T-Rating)
Minimum Dust Cloud Ignition Energy (mJ)
Combustibility Rating (BZ)
Conductive/Non Conductive Dust
Explosion Rating (St)
Definitions to results
Does the Dossier contain all required info about Dust Characteristics?
Classification report sheets
Are the results of the report sheets well defined
Do all areas have classification report sheets?
Report sheet requirements
People who classified
Site address, Installation Name, Location Description, Date
Area defined?
Source of release
Enclosure or Room confinement
Dust Layer (Present to time of classification)
Housekeeping (visible during classification)
Zone Classification Of Area
Extent of zone (in comment form)
Dust Layer Identification
Additional Comments/Details
Does classification report include all its requirements?
Are there Classification drawings included or linked?
If linked Where?
Have drawings been sited
Drawing must include
Equipment location by number
Temperature ratings of areas
Areas identified by zone hatching As per clause ? As/Nzs 60079.14
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Does drawing include all required info?
Has all equipment used been identified?
Required equipment info
Manufactures part number?
Ex certificate number
Are risk assessments done for non compliant equipment?
Are risk assessment attached or linked?
Are certificates included or linked?
Certificates must be IECEx , AUSEx or ANZEx
Certificated number?
Date of expiry ?
Equipment location?
Equipment description?
Are they assigned a dossier equipment number?
Does it include all required info?
Does dossier include an intrinsic system?
Are intrinsic systems recorded?
Has there been any maintenance
Have records been included?
Year of last maintenance
Have there been any audits or inspections?
Have records been included?
Year of last inspection
Are circuits identified and mapped
Have there been changes to circuits or new circuits run?
Audit has been carried out to the best of my ability to Queensland Electrical Safety Act 2002, AsNzs 3000:2007 for Dust Hazardous areas. This audit is of the dossier only and does look at installation or equipment selection.
Electrical licence number-
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The Importance of a Hazardous Area Verification Dossier Template


In industries where hazardous materials or equipment are present, it’s crucial to prioritize safety. One essential tool for ensuring the safety of workers and equipment is the hazardous area verification dossier template. This standardized document helps ensure consistent safety practices and compliance with regulatory requirements.


The template typically includes information on the area’s classification, including the type of hazardous materials or equipment present. It also outlines the safety measures in place to prevent explosions or other hazards, such as ventilation systems or protective barriers.


In addition, the dossier includes details about the equipment installed in the hazardous area, such as electrical devices or machinery. It outlines procedures for maintenance and inspection, including records of any modifications or repairs.


Using a standardized hazardous area verification dossier template is essential for maintaining a safe work environment. It ensures that all necessary safety measures are in place and that workers are aware of the potential hazards. Adhering to this template can help prevent accidents and promote a culture of safety in hazardous work environments.

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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