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LOADING DOCK SAFETY CHECKLIST

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COMMENTS

1.Are the dock levelers working properly

2.Are levelers long enough to provide a gentle grade into trailers of all heights

3.Is leveler width adequate when servicing wider trailers

4.Do platform width and configuration allow safe handling of end loads

5.Is leveler capacity adequate given typical load weights, lift truck speeds, ramp inclines and frequently of use

6.Do levelers have the following safety features

Working-range toe guards

Full-range toe guards

Ramp free-fall protection

Automatic recycling

7.Do levelers receive regular planned maintenance

8.Do levelers need repair or replacement

(List door numbers.)

E.PORTABLE DOCK PLATES

1.Is plate length adequate

2.Is plate capacity adequate

3.Are plates of suitable design and materials

4.Do plates have curbed sides

5.Do plates have suitable anchor stops

6.Are plates moved by lift trucks rather than by hand

7.Are plates stored away from traffic

8.Are plates inspected regularly

9.Do plates need repair or replacement   (List door numbers.)

F.DOCK DOORS

1.Are doors large enough to admit all loads without obstruction

2.Are door rails protected by bumper posts

3.Do doors receive regular planned maintenance

4.Which doors (if any) need repair or replacement

G.TRAFFIC DOORS

1.Are doors wide enough to handle all loads and minimize damage

2.Does door arrangement allow safe lift truck and pedestrian traffic

3.Are visibility and lighting adequate on both sides of all doors

4.Which doors (if any) need repair or replacement

H.WEATHER SEALING

1.Are the seals or shelters effective in excluding moisture and debris from the dock

2.Are seals or shelters sized to provide an effective seal against all types of trailers

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