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Receiving and Warehousing Safety Checklists

Operator's daily report: Battery-powered lift trucks

Receiving area inspection checklist

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Operator's daily report: Engine-powered lift trucks

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Receiving and Warehousing Safety Checklists

C H E C K L I S T

Operator's daily report: Battery-powered lift trucks

Truck no: Hour meter reading Check each item If OK, write OK Battery plug connection Battery charge Battery load test Brakes ­ service and seat brake Lights ­ head, tail and warning Horn Hour meter Steering Tires Hydraulic controls Other conditions Remarks and additional explanation or suggestions Start: Shift Explain below if not OK or any other action taken Make: End: Date:

Operator's signature

© 2007 National Safety Council

Receiving and Warehousing Safety Checklists

C H E C K L I S T

Operator's daily report: Engine-powered lift trucks

Truck no: Hour meter reading Check each item If OK, write OK Fuel level Oil level and pressure Water level and fan belt Brakes ­ service and seat brake Lights ­ head, tail and warning Horn Hour meter Steering Tires Hydraulic controls Other conditions Remarks and additional explanation or suggestions Start: Shift Explain below if not OK or any other action taken Make: End: Date:

Operator's signature

© 2007 National Safety Council

Receiving and Warehousing Safety Checklists

C H E C K L I S T

Receiving area inspection checklist

Date inspected: Item Yes Inspected by: No Comments, deficiencies and action required Date corrected

Are loading dock and entryway floors free from holes and obstructions?

Is the loading dock and receiving area free from accumulated trash?

Is the receiving area sufficiently lighted for night deliveries?

Are the hand trucks, carts, dollies and other equipment in good repair?

Is care taken not to load trucks to the point of endangering the handler?

Are employees instructed in the correct operation of hand trucks and dollies?

Are loaded dollies removed promptly from the receiving point to the storage area?

Are proper tools provided for opening crates, cartons, barrels, etc.?

Are chocks provided to keep trucks and dollies from rolling during loading and unloading?

© 2007 National Safety Council

Receiving and Warehousing Safety Checklists

C H E C K L I S T

Make your own inspection checklist

Date inspected: Item Yes Inspected by: No Comments, deficiencies and action required Date corrected

© 2007 National Safety Council

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