How to Conduct a Safety Inspection (With Over 40 Free Checklists)

safety inspectionThe humble safety inspector is one of the forgotten heroes of our modern age.

I know, I know, you get it all the time. People must be buying you drinks non-stop.

In the UK, for instance, there has been an 84% decrease in the number of fatal injuries by employees at work.

In 1974, Britain saw almost 700 people die at work. Now only around 100 die each year at work. That’s about 600 fewer deaths.

Map that back to 1974 and account for a fairly consistent downward trend and we can determine that about 13,500 people didn’t die thanks to improved workplace safety. And that’s just the UK!

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Those lives are on you, safety inspectors.

To show our appreciation, we’re providing a whole bunch of safety inspection checklists – from the ones you expect to the ones you don’t.

In this Process Street article, we’re gonna cover:

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12 Inspection Checklists to Maximize Safety in the Workplace

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In industries all across the globe there are countless people whose responsibility it is to preserve the safety of others.

This template pack is geared to make the lives of those people easier.

Our collection of Process Street inspection checklists make sure to cover inspections of all different varieties within a range of industries.

Some of our checklists are geared toward adherence with specific regulations while others are more generally purposed, promoting best practices.

Each checklist is built to be dynamic, interactive, and 100% editable.  All data entered into the checklists is stored in a table format within the template overview section to be reviewed later or exported.

Either select the checklist you wish to use from the list of quicklinks below, or scroll through the whole pack to read a little about each one.

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8 Electrical Inspection Checklists to Keep Your Workspaces Safe

Electrical_Inspection_Checklist_headerAccording to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics there were 32,000 dedicated electrical inspectors in the workforce in 2014.

That’s a good number of electrical inspectors and a great deal more electrical inspections!

Yet, much electrical inspection work is still being done with pen and paper, creating mountains of paperwork and making effective sharing of information difficult.

That’s why we’ve created this Process Street electrical inspection checklists process-pack.

We want to make sure the inspectors using our platform can make the most of the software to speed up their processes, record and compile information more easily, automatically generate reports, and ultimately keep making the world a safer space.
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