Hotel Workplace Safety Checklist

The Hotel Workplace Safety Checklist provides safety measures for your hotels across fire safety, electrical safety, and more for your hotel's well-being.

Hotel Workplace Safety Checklist



Fall Prevention

1. Are the Floors and stairs kept clean, dry, and free of debris and obstructions?


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2. Is the Carpeting free of holes, loose threads and other tripping hazards?


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3. Are the Door mats maintained daily and replaced when in disrepair?


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4. Are Slippery areas clearly marked with appropriate signage?


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5. Are Chairs and boxes not used as substitutes for ladders?


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6. Are Ladders inspected before usage, defective ladders repaired or discarded?


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7. Are Employees wearing non-slip shoes when working in areas with wet surfaces?


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8. Are the Outside grounds and parking lot surfaces maintained on a daily basis?


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9. Are Carts, refuse containers, vacuum cords and other materials not left in walkways?


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10. Is there Adequate lighting in all walkways and stairways?


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Back Safety

1. Are Carts used to transport luggage, laundry bags, housekeeping supplies and other heavy or bulky materials?


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2. Are Employees handling luggage or supplies utilizing the correct lifting techniques?


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3. Is a minimum of two employees used to move heavy furniture?


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4. Is an Adequate number of staff used to turn over bed mattresses?


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Fire Safety

1. Are fire exit doors free of obstructions, and exit signs appropriately illuminated?


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2. Are fire extinguishers easily accessible, with locations properly marked?


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3. Are Fire extinguishers fully charged and inspected on a regular basis?


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4. Are Paints and other flammable and combustible materials stored in approved cabinets?


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Electrical Safety

1. Are Portable tools properly grounded?


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2. Are Frayed power cords repaired or replaced promptly?


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3. Are electrical outlets, light switches, junction boxes, and other electrical components properly covered?


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4. Are Doors closed and circuit spaces covered on panel boxes?


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Prevention Of Infectious Diseases

1. Is Hand protection worn when disposing of refuse bags and contaminants?


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2. Are Staff trained to be alert for sharps and body fluids when changing bed sheets and handling refuse bags?


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3. Are Contaminants disposed of in “approved” bins?


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Chemical Safety

1. Are MSDS sheets available for hazardous chemicals and accessible to all employees?


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2. Are all chemicals stored in their proper containers and appropriately labeled?


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3. Is Proper personal protective equipment worn when handling chemicals?


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Workplace Violence

1. Is there a panic button within reach of the front desk to alert police in the event of an emergency?


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2. Are Security cameras placed in strategic locations throughout the workplace?


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3. Is there Adequate lighting in the parking lot?


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Checklist by GoAudits.com – Please note that this checklist is intended as an example. We do not guarantee compliance with the laws applicable to your territory or industry. You should seek professional advice to determine how this checklist should be adapted to your workplace or jurisdiction.

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