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Ergonomic Safety Checklist
Z.A.C. Incorporation / 28 May 2018 / Grace Joan Tan
Inspection score
80%
Failed items
6
Created actions
0
Client / Site
Z.A.C. Incorporation
Date and Time of Inspection

28th May, 2018

1:32 PM AEST

Inspected by
Grace Joan Tan
Location
1 Dinso Rd, Khwaeng Wat Bowon Niwet, Khet Phra Nakhon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10200, Thailand
Failed items
6
Audit / Ergonomic
Are all workers trained on safe lifting techniques, uses, and carrying devices?
No
Notes
Some employees are not following safe lifting techniques.
Photos
Audit / Ergonomic
Are there enough workers to do individual workloads?
No
Notes
Manpower issue
Audit / Ergonomic
Are workstations set up properly?
No
Notes
This can be done while sitting
Photos
Audit / Materials Handling
Are all materials delivered as close as possible to where they will be used?
No
Notes
Materials should be delivered close to workers
Audit / Materials Handling
Are all materials stored at waist height?
No
Notes
High storage but forklifts can be used to reach the materials.
Photos
Audit / Seating
Are the seats well-designed, easy to adjust, and comfortable?
No
Notes
These chairs doesn't have back support.
Photos
Audit
6
80%
General Information
Number of Employees
1,500 employees
Description of work to be performed
Shoe production
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Ergonomic
3
78.57%
Are all workers trained on safe working postures?
Yes
Are all workers trained on safe lifting techniques, uses, and carrying devices?
No
Notes
Some employees are not following safe lifting techniques.
Photos
REFERENCE: This is a sample training on safe lifting techniques. [This is an example of how you can use iAuditor to include best practice reference images in your templates to assist with inspections]
Are all workers knowledgeable about ergonomics policies and procedures?
Yes
Do workers feel free to report ergonomic symptoms?
Yes
Notes
All employees were aware to contact immediate supervisor if symptoms persist.
Are rotation or rest breaks used to reduce time in awkward postures?
Yes
Does work scheduling minimize excessive overtime that causes fatigue?
Yes
Are there enough workers to do individual workloads?
No
Notes
Manpower issue
Are all workers instructed to get someone’s help when lifting heavy materials?
Yes
Notes
Heavy loads are lifted by 2 or more people
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Can the work be performed without twisting or overly bending the lower back?
Yes
Are all employees protected against eyestrain or glare in the process of doing their job?
Yes
Are neck and shoulders relaxed when performing tasks?
Yes
Are workers comfortable without experiencing any pressure points on any part of their body (wrists, forearms, back of thighs)?
Yes
Are all pieces of furniture or equipment adjusted, positioned, and arranged to minimize strain on all parts of the body?
Yes
Are workstations set up properly?
No
Notes
This can be done while sitting
Photos
Surfaces for Walking and Working
100%
Are working and walking surfaces clean and dry?
Yes
Are working surfaces unobstructed?
Yes
Notes
Workstations were clear and unobstructed.
Are walking surfaces even?
Yes
Materials Handling
2
66.67%
Do materials have handles to help carry loads?
Yes
Are there carts, dollies, or other aids readily available for moving materials?
Yes
Is the site clear enough to permit the use of carts?
Yes
Are all materials delivered as close as possible to where they will be used?
No
Notes
Materials should be delivered close to workers
Are all materials stored at waist height?
No
Notes
High storage but forklifts can be used to reach the materials.
Photos
Are all loads labeled with their weight?
Yes
Tools and Equipment
100%
Are all tools sharp and in good condition?
Yes
Are all tools light weight and well balanced?
Yes
Is there minimal vibration when using tools and equipment?
N/A
Do all tools have right handle design?
Yes
Are there scaffolds, platforms, or other equipment available to reduce the need to work overhead?
N/A
Are knee pads or cushions available when working at floor level?
N/A
Is there any equipment that can be used to reduce kneeling?
Yes
Is there anti-fatigue matting to be used when a worker is required to stand all day?
Yes
Is it possible to use adjustable stools to allow workers to rest?
Yes
Seating
1
0%
Are the seats well-designed, easy to adjust, and comfortable?
No
Notes
These chairs doesn't have back support.
Photos
Do workers have to lean forward to see/do their work when working on heavy equipment?
N/A
Is the vibration minimal on the seating of any heavy equipment?
N/A
Completion
Recommendations
1. Remind workers on ergonomics policies and procedures. 2. Increase staffing to reduce individual workloads. 3. Redesign workstations to eliminate awkward postures. 4. Provide carts for transporting materials to eliminate lifting. 5. Use forklifts to reach materials stored in high level. 6. Provide adjustable chairs that can be used by workers to allow neutral postures.
Overall Assessment
Pass
Notes
Work out with failed items to prevent ergonomic injuries
Full Name and Signature of the Inspector
Grace Joan Tan
28th May, 2018 4:05 PM AEST
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