Self-inspections assist in the identification and correction of unsafe conditions before an incident occurs. Inspections should occur at regular intervals when your facility is in full operation, address all hazards within the business, and be completed by assigned individuals. A file should be maintained of inspections, recommendations, and corrective actions. Self-inspections are a necessary element of a complete health and safety plan.
Markel Specialty has a wide range of safety checklists available to evaluate your specific environment. Use these provided checklists to help you identify potential hazards in your industries and businesses.
Select an industry/business to the right to view the detailed checklist.
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