1. Check the overall condition of the equipment.
Check for any damage to the equipment, including cracks, dents, or rust. Make sure all parts are properly secured.
2. Inspect the power cords and plugs for damage.
Look for any frayed wires or plugs that may be loose.
3. Look for any signs of leaks or spills.
If there is any leakage, clean it up immediately and report it to a supervisor.
4. Check fluid levels and hoses on hydraulic equipment.
Make sure all hoses are properly attached and that fluid levels are correct.
5. Turn on all machines and check for proper operation.
Operate all machines to make sure they are working correctly. Report any issues to a supervisor.
6. Inspect safety features on all machines.
Make sure all safety features are in working order, including guards, brakes, and shields.
7. Test brakes on moving equipment.
Test the brakes on moving equipment to make sure they are working properly.
8. Check the condition of the tires and wheels.
Look for any damage to the tires or wheels, including cracks or missing chunks of rubber.
9. Make sure labels are in place and legible.
Make sure all labels are in place and easy to read.
10. Look for general wear and tear on the equipment.
Look for any damage that may have been caused by regular use, such as scratches or dents.