This Electrical Inspection Checklist: Marinas, Docks, and Boatyards is engineered to provide an NEC compliant process to guide you in your safety inspections.
Electrical inspections are always important and vital to the safety of anyone utilizing the area, but marinas, docks, and boatyards require a special degree of care given the presence of water. Wet surfaces and areas can be highly conductive and present a number of non-electrical hazards also.
It is vital that we take great care in inspecting these areas and apply the NEC standards specific to the circumstances.
This process is editable and you can add or remove steps as you please. Each inspection-specific task contains the relevant NEC section reference which applies to the action. It is recommended that you familiarize yourself with the standards before beginning any inspection.
Throughout the checklist, you will find form fields where you can record relevant information. This data will be stored in the template overview which you can view on the left-hand tab for the template. You can export this data for review to provide an overview into your inspections.
If you utilize the form fields well, you can select to print your checklist which will give you the option to save it as a PDF. This can, therefore, act as a report generator which you can save and then send to the relevant stakeholders once your inspection is completed.
You can watch the video below to demonstrate the importance of electrical safety in marinas and docks and the steps you need to take to provide environments which everyone can enjoy.