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Hand and Power Tools Pre-use Inspection Checklist
WoodyWood Inc. / Andy Singh / 18 May 2018
Inspection score
84.38%
Failed items
5
Created actions
0
Client / Site
WoodyWood Inc.
Location
Ambada Rd, Ambada, Madhya Pradesh 480334, India
Conducted on

18th May, 2018

8:34 AM AEST

Prepared by
Andy Singh
Failed items
5
Audit / Employees
Employees are wearing proper PPE (safety goggles, face masks, gloves and respiratory protection)
No
Notes
workers are not wearing carving gloves.
Photos
Audit / Hand tools
Tools have no visible cracks in jaws or handle
No
Notes
Broken tools found
Photos
Audit / Hand tools
Tools such as chisels and punches do not have mushroomed heads
No
Notes
Mushroom head chisel
Photos
Audit / Power Tools
Tool power-source shows no damage (cord, airline, battery, etc.)
No
Notes
Cord has a slight damage
Photos
Audit / Power Tools
All shields, guards or attachments required by manufacturer are present
No
Notes
No machine guard installed
Photos
Audit
5
84.38%
Description of work
Cutting and carving wood to make wood furnitures
Hand tools used
Chisel Wrench Axe Screwdrivers Smoothing plane
Power tools used
Circular saw Power drill Nailgun
General inspection
100%
The area is clean and free from hazards
Yes
Manufacturer’s instruction for cleaning and maintenance is referenced during cleaning or maintenance
Yes
Spark proof materials are used if you are working with flammable items
Yes
A portable light is used and installed if the work area is dimmed
Yes
Employees and other people nearby are on a safe distance to avoid flying debris
Yes
LOTO devices are installed to broken tools
N/A
Tools were repaired or replaced when needed.
Yes
Employees
1
66.67%
Employees are in good condition and not under into any influence of drugs or alcohol
Yes
Employees are wearing proper PPE (safety goggles, face masks, gloves and respiratory protection)
No
Notes
workers are not wearing carving gloves.
Photos
Employees are competent and trained before performing the job.
Yes
Hand tools
2
83.33%
The outside of the tool is free of grease, oil and accumulated foreign matter
Yes
Handles are not cracked, damaged or loose from heads of hammers, axes mauls and other similar tools
Yes
Tools have no visible cracks in jaws or handle
No
Notes
Broken tools found
Photos
REFERENCE: Hand tools in good condition [This is an example of how you can use iAuditor to include best practice reference images in your templates to assist with inspections]
Blades or bits are not damaged, cracked, etc.
Yes
Blades are withdrawn when not in use.
Yes
Blades are sharpened or replace as often as possible
Yes
Tips of screwdrivers, chisels or other similar tools show no excessive wear
Yes
Notes
Worn out chisel
Gripping surfaces pliers, wrenches or other similar tools are not worn
Yes
The head of chisels are ground down
Yes
Tools such as chisels and punches do not have mushroomed heads
No
Notes
Mushroom head chisel
Photos
Cutting tools such as chisels and axes are sharp
Yes
Snap-on or corks and styrofoam is used when storing sharp hand tools
Yes
Power Tools
2
81.82%
The outside of the tool is free of grease, oil and accumulated foreign matter
Yes
Tool power-source shows no damage (cord, airline, battery, etc.)
No
Notes
Cord has a slight damage
Photos
The tool is double insulated and tool housing is not damaged
Yes
Electrical cord third prong (ground) is intact
Yes
All shields, guards or attachments required by manufacturer are present
No
Notes
No machine guard installed
Photos
Rotating or moving parts of the tool are guarded to prevent physical contact
Yes
The tool is not leaking fluid such as gasoline, oil etc.
Yes
Blades or bits are not damaged, cracked, excessively worn, etc.
Yes
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) is availble to prevent shocks
Yes
Tools are dry
Yes
Electrical cords are not frayed
Yes
Summary
How many tools need to be repaired?
2
Take photos of the tools for repair (optional)
Photos
How many tools need to be replaced?
2
Take photos of the tools for replacement (optional)
Photos
Enter recommendations here
1. Keep your tools in good condition 2. Use the correct tools for the job 3. Know how to properly operate tools 4. Wear proper protective equipment 5. Do not utilize tools when distracted or not in focus 6. Do not use tools when you are under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs.
Completion
Full Name and Signature of Inspector
Andy Singh
18th May, 2018 9:16 AM AEST
Media summary
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