It's important to be safety conscious while you're on the job. Whether you're a construction worker or a cashier, having a daily safety checklist can help keep you safe and ensure that you're completing all of the necessary tasks each day. A great way to make sure that your safety checklist is up-to-date and complete is to use a form like this one. This Safety Daily Checklist Form includes all of the basic items that should be checked off each day, plus some spaces for specific tasks that may need to be completed depending on your occupation. You can customize it to fit your needs, or simply use it as is.
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|Form Name||Safety Daily Checklist|
|Form Length||2 pages|
|Avg. time to fill out||30 sec|
|Other names||child daily checklist printable, care daily checklist, child care daily checklist, safety daily checklist|
Health and Safety DAILY Checklist
Completed by: ____________________________________________
Health and Safety checks to be done at the
Wed Thurs Fri
BEGINNING OF EACH DAY
(check if in compliance )
Program is smoke free.
All entrances/exits are kept clear of clutter, snow, ice, etc.
Staff purses and personal items are locked out of reach of children.
Hands are washed by staff and children upon arrival to classroom.
Each child has brief health check by classroom teacher (includes parent/caregiver communication).
Bleach solution is made daily, labeled and inaccessible to children.
All hygiene supplies are available (soap, paper towels, toilet paper, lined garbage can, warm water).
Area is generally clean and
All chemicals are locked/out of reach of children.
Air fresheners are not used.
All electrical outlets are covered.
Furniture and equipment is in good repair (check for broken toys, accessories, wrinkled/disrepair rugs/carpet).
Heavy toys/items are stored on lowest shelf.
Window cords are adjusted to prevent strangulation.
Children’s personal/nap items are kept separated (use of cubbies, bags, or storage containers).
Tables and chairs are not stacked while children are present.
Playground and equipment is checked for garbage, standing water and other hazards before use.
Diapering supplies are gathered and within reach before beginning (including a lined and covered foot operated garbage can).
Cots/cribs are placed 3 ft apart or have barrier and assigned to a specific child or cleaned and sanitized after each use.
Approved safety gates are used on stairways, if necessary.
Screens, in good repair/secure and used in open windows and doors.
First aid kit is available in each room/appropriately stocked.
Infant Room (additions)
All bottles have full name/date and refrigerated immediately.
Infants always placed on their back to sleep in
Cribs are free of soft bedding, bumper pads, pillows and stuffed toys.
Cribs have tight fitting mattress and a secure fitted sheet.
High chairs are in good repair and cleaned and sanitized before/after use.
Safety restraints are used on infant seats, swings, strollers and high chairs.