Daily Equipment Inspection Checklist

Daily Equipment Inspection Checklist

This daily equipment inspection checklist template:

  • Can assist you with the inspection processes of heavy equipment.
  • Can help you ensure that your equipment is safe to use and is in good working condition.
  • Can record an entire week of inspections on the one sheet.
  • Can be very easily edited and customized so you can create your own daily inspection checklist.


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Benefits of Equipment Inspections

It is important to have regular heavy equipment inspections to ensure that the equipment is safe to use and is in good working condition.

These preventative maintenance inspections can help you identify any potential problems that could lead to damage, accidents or injuries.

Additionally, they can help extend the life of the equipment by identifying any wear and tear that may need to be addressed. Heavy equipment inspections should be conducted regularly by the operator of the equipment or by a qualified technician.

What is an Equipment Inspection Checklist?

An equipment inspection checklist is a list of items that need to be inspected regularly to ensure the safety and proper functioning of the equipment.

The checklist should be tailored to the specific functions of the equipment being inspected, as different types of machinery can have different risks associated with them and their regular maintenance requirements.

Contents of this Equipment Inspection Checklist

This inspection checklist has prompts for (but, is not limited to) the following:

Daily Equipment Inspection Checklist

  • Company name.
  • Week commencing.
  • Construction site.
  • Operator’s name.
  • Heavy machinery type and hours.
  • Parking brake, steering, gauges, lights, warning devices.
  • Engine compartment
  • Visibility – windscreen, wipers, washer, demister, mirrors, windows.
  • Cabin – access/egress, seating, seatbelts, loose objects, control levers.
  • Wheels, tires, nuts and equipment maintenance.
  • Guards in place, secure, warning signs, lights alarms.
  • Hydraulics, rams, hoses working properly.
  • Excessive wear – hooks, chains, pins, pivots, tracks, engagement tools.
  • Oil level and fluid levels.
  • Fire extinguisher, flashing beacon, reverse beeper.
  • Reported by.
  • Reported to.
  • Method of reporting.
  • Details about fault or defect.
  • Does the fault constitute a safety hazard.
  • Does the machine require immediate repair.
  • Machine requires attention in the next few days.
  • Machine requires attention at the next service.
  • Name and signature.

Why Choose to Buy this Equipment Inspection Checklist

  • This 1-page equipment inspection checklist can assist you with the inspection processes of heavy equipment.
  • The checklist will help you ensure that your equipment is safe to use and is in good working condition. This single page checklist can be used for an entire week of inspections too.

After purchasing this template you will be able to:

  • Very easily edit and customize the template to create your own equipment inspection checklist.
  • Apply your own style, format and brand to the checklist.
  • Use it in any industry or sector regardless of size or type of organization.

Availability and Use of this Equipment Inspection Checklist

  • This checklist template is accessible to you right now by clicking the ‘Buy Now’ button.
  • The checklist will be delivered to you in fully editable Microsoft Word format for immediate and full use in your business.
  • There are no subscriptions, contracts or ongoing costs.

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