Farmworker Housing Inspections. Unit 3: Conducting the Inspection. Become familiar with the appropriate inspection forms in advance. Establish your own inspection system, using the inspection sheets/checklists as your guide.
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Unit 3: Conducting the Inspection
Establish your own inspection system, using the inspection sheets/checklists as your guide.
Experienced inspectors find it helpful to follow a consistent sequence for inspecting a property, such as on the next slide.General Tips
It may be helpful to end in kitchen.
Many important items (appliances, first aid kits, fire extinguishers, etc.) tend to be placed there.
If the employer is present, you can sit together and discuss the results there.Suggested Inspection Sequence(continued)
Debris & uncontrolled weeds
Liquid waste discharged onto ground
Sewer facilities not maintained
Building not in good repair
Flammable material too close to stove
Second exit unsafe
No lid on garbage can
Heating system is adequate for living area and is properly vented (if applicable)Heating/Ventilation
No outlet plate
Exposed wiring (near water!)
Proper trailer wiring
Unsafe trailer wiring
Not clean & sanitary
Does it flush?
Shower not maintained
No mold growth
First aid kit properly stockedInterior – Health & Safety Issues
Model dorm room
Overcrowded, no clothes storage
Model dorm room
No bed frames or linens
No food storage
Model eating area