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OSHA Office Safety Checklist

This Lumiform template is based on the OSHA Office Safety Standards. Implement this audit to identify risks in the office environment. Attach photos of defects and damages, including problems with the electrical equipment. Talk to your safety managers or supervisors for fast resolutions before these problems result in serious injury.

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General Inspection
Is there enough lighting?
Are all elevators examined yearly and are the inspection certificates free for online review?
Is ventilation sufficient?
Are all workplaces neat, sanitized, and orderly?
Are tile grounds present in places like kitchens and bathrooms and free of water?
Are noise levels tolerable?
Are handrails implemented on all set stairways?
Are aisles and passages free of deposited material that are tripping hazards?
Are steps equipped with anit-slip surfaces?
Are pits and floor holes covered or otherwise secured?
Are step ladders implemented for reaching overhead storage and are materials safely deposited?
Are carpets and toss rugs free of holes or tripping hazards?
Are employees informed of appropriate lifting methods?
Are file drawers closed and deposited when not used?
Are standard guardrails implemented wherever aisle or walkway surfaces are raised more than 48 inches over any nearby floor or ground?
Are there items covering heating and air conditioning devices?
Are all employees aware of the emergency procedures?
Is all the furniture secure and free from any damages?
Are workplaces configured to stop typical problems?
The top of the computer screen is at or a little bit below eye level and the keyboard is at elbow height.
Chair height enables employees' feet to rest flat on the floor with thighs parallel to the ground?
Are mechanical support and equipment, such as lifting devices, carts, and dollies implemented where required?
Are workers surveyed yearly on their ergonomic issues?
Are the established emergency phone numbers posted where they can be easily found in case of an emergency?
Electrical Systems
Do high-voltage electrical service places remain locked at all times?
Is fixed wiring used alternatively to flexible/extension ties?
Is the area around electrical panels and breakers unobstructed?
Are all cord and wire connections working and secure?
Are electrical outlets overloaded?
Are all electrical ties grounded?
Are electric fans equipped with protectors no more than one-half inch thick to prevent finger injuries?
Are high-voltage electrical service areas locked?
Are electrical devices permitted?
Do all electrical devices given adequate space to sustain their operations?
Are space heaters UL pitched and provided with shutoffs that activate if the heater tips over?
In electrical systems, are all electrical raceways and enclosures securely locked in place?
Are space heaters installed away from combustibles and adequately aired?
Are electrical cords free of splices, frays, etc.?
Are locks or other securing means put on elastic cords or cables where there are plugs, receptacles, tools, equipment, etc., and are they securely locked in place?
Material Storage
Are storage boxes and shelves able to support the proposed load and materials?
Are storage boxes secured from falling?
Is office equipment properly stored and secured from falling?
Do you have any recommendations?
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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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