Inspection Accessories - Workplace Inspection Checklists

Good to Go Safety has 3 main components:

Status tag:This universal tag can be fitted to all types of workplace equipment. Highly visible, durable and weather resistant, it is suitable for both internal and external use. The status tag will always display a “Do Not Use” message until a completed checklist has been inserted, at which time the clear acrylic window will then display the equipment status based on the findings of the inspection check. This lets employees know if and when it is Good to Go.

Inspection Check Books:The inspection books contains 25 individual checklists, relating to the workplace equipment needing inspected. Each book includes guidance notes of what the inspector is looking for and a detailed list of inspection checks to tick through. A duplicate carbon copy of each completed checklist is retained inside the book whilst the top copy is removed, folded and inserted inside the status tag. This will then display either a “Do Not Use” or “Good to Go” message for all employees to see, along with the date of inspection.

Tamper Evident Seal:These seals can be used to secure the status tag once a inspection checklist has been inserted. If the tamper evident seal is missing then a new inspection checklist should be completed. Using these seals helps to ensure that the correct status is shown at all times.

Additional accessories:

Wallet and Pen: A handy flip wallet that not only provides additional protection to your checkbook from the elements, but also gives inspectors a solid writing surface to complete inspections with ease. The highly visible yellow PVC ensures maximum visibility and the handy guidance notes ensure your employees are reminded of key features on how to use the Good to Go Safety system.

Information Station: The information station provides workers with the ideal location to keep their inspection check books organised and to hand. With five clear acrylic inspection book holders, you'll be able to store / display up to 50 inspection check books on the Good to Go Safety's information station. The station is manufactured from sturdy 10mm pvc foam which is easily drilled for wall mounting and provides key features and guidance on how to use the Good to Go Safety System.

Weather Resistant Document Holder: Keep your equipment inspections and manuals clean and dry with our industrial strength document pockets. Ideal for Forklifts, Excavators, Scaffolding, Telehandlers, Tractors or any other equipment type used outdoors where additional protection against inclement weather is required.

Check Book Dispenser: Provide workers with the ideal solution to keep their inspection check books organised and to hand. The inspection dispenser allows easy recognition of inspection check book stock levels and can hold up to ten individual books. The dispenser can also be wall mounted (pre-drilled) so you can fit it in the perfect central location, acting as an additional visual reminder for all your employees.


Ladder Poster - Visual Inspection Checklist

Ladder Poster - Visual Inspection Checklist

Our ladder safety poster has been designed to highlight key components of ladder and reinforce the importance of completing ladder inspections. This l..

£21.77

Trailer Poster - Visual Inspection Checklist

Trailer Poster - Visual Inspection Checklist

Our trailer safety poster has been designed to highlight key components of a trailer and reinforces the importance of completing vehicle trailer inspe..

£21.77

Fleet Vehicle (Car / Van) Poster - Visual Inspection Checklist

Fleet Vehicle (Car / Van) Poster - Visual Inspection Checklist

Our car / van safety poster has been designed to highlight key components of a standard car or van and reinforces the importance of completing vehicle..

£21.77

Loader Crane Poster - Visual Inspection Checklist

Loader Crane Poster - Visual Inspection Checklist

Our loader crane safety poster has been designed to highlight key components of a loader crane and reinforces the importance of completing inspections..

£21.77

MEWP Poster - Visual Inspection Checklist

MEWP Poster - Visual Inspection Checklist

Our Mobile Elevating Work Platform (MEWP / Scissor Lift / Boom) safety poster has been designed to highlight key components of MEWP and reinforce the ..

£21.77

Overhead Crane Poster - Visual Inspection Checklist

Overhead Crane Poster - Visual Inspection Checklist

Our overhead crane safety poster has been designed to highlight key components of overhead crane and reinforce the importance of completing inspection..

£21.77

Inspection Information Station

Inspection Information Station

The information station will provide your workplace with the ideal central location to store inspection check books. Organising your inspections an..

£233.20

Inspection Wallet and Pen

Inspection Wallet and Pen

A handy wallet that not only provides additional protection from the elements but also gives inspectors a solid writing surface to complete inspection..

£6.20

Tamper Evident Seals

Tamper Evident Seals

Tamper Evident Seals are an optional extra which can provide a visual indicator that the checklist insert is in place and verified. If the seal is mis..

£14.06

Weather Resistant Inspection Holder

Weather Resistant Inspection Holder

These industrial strength pockets have a press seal fastening to keep important documents clean and dry. An ideal solution for storing check books, in..

£6.31

Inspection Book Dispenser

Inspection Book Dispenser

Allow the storage of checklists in a central location for quick and easy access to important inspection checklists. Provide workers with the ideal ..

£13.25

Cable Ties (Pack of 10)

Cable Ties (Pack of 10)

High strength nylon cable ties for attaching the Good to Go Safety Status Tag to equipment requiring inspection. Each tag will usually require two ca..

£4.22

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