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I am going to give a definition and ways on how to build a checklist and I am going to show also the sample checklist. But first, let me give a definition of Checklist.
The checklist is a list of items to be noted or checked in a completed part of the activity. It is always attached with the Inspection Request (IR) to be signed-off by concern parties once the inspection is accepted.
A Checklist shall be made for each activity on site. It is the basis of confirmation that a part of activity has been done as per the method or procedure of the work.
The checklist shall be done after the development of the method statement and Inspection and Test Plan.
Here is a sample of a Checklist for Block Works activity.
Checklist for Block Works
|Ativities/Items to be Inspected
|a). Preparatory Inspection
|MS/ITP/Shop Drawing Approved
|Materials Approved by Client or Engineer
|b. Final Inspection
|Check Setting out and Surface Preparation
|Blocks are dampened with water before installation
|Mortar Mix as per approved MS
|Number of course as specified and approved
|Blockwork joints were properly filled with mortar and rake to form key for plaster
|Wall ties are fixed at junctions of concrete walls and columns and all requiered
|Horizontal stack provided as per method statement
|All required MEP embedments and openings are in placed
|Alignment and verticality checked
|Compressible filler and sealant provided
|Curing is made
|Comments/ Discrepancies (If any:)
That’s how to build a checklist. If you have suggestions please feel free to comment and leave your reply.
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