Heavy Equipment Inspection Checklist
Instead of using paper checklists when performing heavy equipment inspections in the field, try this handy app for construction safety inspections that is accessible from any mobile device.
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Construction equipment operators and others who are responsible for preventive maintenance and equipment safety can use the electronic inspection form to perform complete equipment safety reports from anywhere in the field. Simply open the safety checklist app, run through the heavy construction safety checklist, and the results are saved electronically for your records.
Use this equipment inspection form to properly ensure that heavy construction equipment is in good condition. Perform each quality safety inspection ensuring that all equipment is in good repair. As an inspector conducting periodic inspection, perform each visual inspection using this comprehensive inspection report tool, identifying any damage or other harmful condition and indicating where repair is needed.
When used as part of a routine inspection program, the Heavy Equipment Inspection Checklist can help identify preventive maintenance tasks that should be completed and makes it easy to ensure your company meets OSHA standards for heavy equipment safety in the workplace. The heavy equipment maintenance app can be modified for employees for use at different construction site locations. The app tracks all of the important details, including the date of safety inspections, issues found and other relevant details.
If you need more equipment apps, try our equipment repair report template.
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