Developer/Contractor Self-inspection Form - Los Angeles county, California

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DEVELOPER / CONTRACTOR SELF-INSPECTION FORM
INSPECTION LOG
The site shall be inspected before storm events with a 40% chance of 0.25 inches or greater of predicted precipitation,
and after actual precipitation, and documented on the Construction Site Inspection Checklist Form. Incidents of
noncompliance must be reported to the Field Engineer. A log of all inspections, as shown below, should be kept
current and maintained at the job sites at all times.
Observations
- if post-storm -
TYPE OF INSPECTION
inspection, note size
Date
Inspector
of storm in inches
Routine
Pre-storm
Post-storm
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DEVELOPER / CONTRACTOR SELF-INSPECTION FORM
INSPECTION LOG
The site shall be inspected before storm events with a 40% chance of 0.25 inches or greater of predicted precipitation,
and after actual precipitation, and documented on the Construction Site Inspection Checklist Form. Incidents of
noncompliance must be reported to the Field Engineer. A log of all inspections, as shown below, should be kept
current and maintained at the job sites at all times.
Observations
- if post-storm -
TYPE OF INSPECTION
inspection, note size
Date
Inspector
of storm in inches
Routine
Pre-storm
Post-storm
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CONSTRUCTION SITE INSPECTION CHECKLIST
Inspected By: ______________________________________________________
Project: ___________________________________________________________
Contractor: ________________________________________________________
Date: _____________________________________________________________
Check “Yes” or “No” or “N/A” if not applicable.
YES
NO
N/A
1. Has there been rain at the site since the last inspection?
2. Are all sediment barriers (e.g., sandbags, straw bales, and silt fences)
in place in accordance with the Plan and are they functioning prop
3. If present, are all exposed slopes protected from erosion through the
implementation of acceptable soil stabilization practices?
4. If present, are all sediment traps/basins installed and functioning
properly?
5. Are all material handling and storage areas reasonably clean and free
of spills, leaks, or other deleterious materials?
6. Are all equipment storage and maintenance areas reasonably clean
and free of spills, leaks, or any other deleterious materials?
7. Are all materials and equipment properly covered?
8. Are all external discharge points (i.e., outfalls) reasonably free of any
noticeable pollutant discharges?
9. Are all internal discharge points (i.e., storm drain inlets) provided with
inlet protection?
10. Are all external discharge points reasonably free of any significant
erosion or sediment transport?
11. Are all BMPs identified on the Plan installed in the proper locations and
according to the specifications for the Plan?
12. Are all structural control practices in good repair and maintained in
functional order?
13. Are all on-site traffic routes, parking, and storage of equipment and
supplies restricted to areas designated in the Plan for those uses?
14. Are all locations of temporary soil stockpiles or construction
materials in approved areas and properly contained?
15. Are all seeded or landscaped areas properly maintained?
16. Are sediment controls in place at discharge points from the site?
17. Are slopes free of significant erosion?
18. Are all points of ingress and egress from the site provided with
stabilized construction entrances?
19. Is sediment, debris, or mud being cleaned from public roads at
intersections with site access roads?
20. Does the Plan reflect current site conditions?
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