Whether you are on a building site or in a workshop, maintaining your tools
and equipment is both good business practice and necessary to comply with
health and safety requirements. If your tools and equipment are in good
condition and maintained/serviced properly they will function better and be
more productive, and if the tools and equipment do not present a hazard to
the user there is less chance of accident.
This Equipment/Tool Safety Checklist Form has been written for a contractor
or workshop of any size. The template form is designed to be an aide memoir
to help you check parts of your tools or equipment that may become loose or
split or missing.
If you need to show proof of your equipment maintenance regime, this form
can be used for accreditation organisations or prequalification
The section headings have been filled in for your convenience but can
easily be changed to suit the particular needs of your business.