Let my checklists go!
Checklists are a key part of any audit, verification or inspection. Even the most experienced auditors need them to help them stay on top of things and make sure they don’t miss anything. Medical professionals, including surgeons, have dramatically reduced their errors and omissions by using simple checklists before using the knife. Airplane pilots rely on them to ensure everything is A.OK. before, during and after take-off. At Nimonik, we believe that the more checklists are made publicly available, the better internal and external auditors can perform. As such, we are in the process of building the world’s largest online database of free industrial checklists at WikiChecklists.com. The checklists vary from 5S quality standards to safety inspections and environmental legal requirements. And we’re only just getting started!
To help us build this database, we are asking experienced internal and external safety inspectors, no matter which industry they work in, to contribute their favourite checklists. In return, the checklist you donate will be linked back to your company website and include your corporate logo — bringing you valuable traffic and exposure.
Please send your checklists in Microsoft Word, Excel, PDF or any other format to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you when they go online. Be sure to include the company link you would like us to include as well as a logo.
Some example checklists we have put on the site can be found here:
Inventories ICQ Checklist
Crane Operators Daily Safety Checklist
All checklists are made available for free and can be downloaded onto our iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone software EHSQ Reporter for audits and inspections. The software operates on Apple mobile devices and allows you to take notes, photos, video and audio recordings for each item – but that’s for another article.