11" x 8.5" - 368 numbered pages (Case Bound, Hard Cover) Detailed Boiler Log Book for Recording Boiler Plant Maintenance This is an ideal solution for recording boiler / steam boiler maintenance information. This hardcover book serves as a legal record for all boiler maintenance operations performed by Engineers.
10" x 7" - 1 year dated pages (Case Bound, Hard Cover) Construction & Maintenance Daily Log Book for accurate, consistent, daily record keeping. No job site is complete without this record keeping tool. The Construction and Maintenance Daily Log provides a single, uniform, sturdy, bound volume in which to keep job site records for the entire year. The pages are dated for consistency and credibility, but you can start using the book at any time during the year. Entry Sections Include: Work Performed Subcontractor Progress Workforce Equipment Problems Weather ISBN # 0-9766588-4-4 sample
4.75" x 8" (Poly Plastic Case) - 4.5" x 7.5" (Lift Truck Log)(Wrap-Around, Card Cover) - (2-3 Year Period) Lift Truck Equipment Logbooks contain a complete checklist for pre-shift visual and operational inspection. The Lift Log comes in a highly durable and visible storage case that can be easy mounted anywhere on the forklift with double sided tape. The history of the mechanical condition of the truck will be easily at hand. Included with the highly visible plastic holder is a lock-out tag and cable tie to tag-out rejected equipment for safety adherence. All-in-One Fork Log Package Includes: 624 Pages - Daily Forklift Checklists (over 2 Years) 24 Forms - Repair Request (2-part) 4 Forms - Accident Report (2-Part) 4 Forms - Near-miss Report (2-part) 36 Events - PM Tracking History Lock-Out Tags (Required if truck is unsafe to operate) Durable & Visible Poly Plastic Case A Pen with Plastic Coil Wire Lock-out Tag with Pull Strap
11" x 8.5" - 368 numbered pages (Case Bound, Hard Cover) Boiler Log Book for Recording Boiler Plant Maintenance Boiler Log Book Outline All logbook entries shall be in ink and any corrections shall not be erased but crossed out, corrected and initialled. No person shall deface, damage, destroy or, without the permission of the owner or user, remove the logbook from the plant. The Chief Operating Engineer or Chief Operator shall read and sign the log at least once each business day. The user shall ensure that the logbook is kept accessible in the plant for at least three years after the last entry is made and shall produce the logbook for examination upon the request of an inspector. Entries Should Include: Date Shift (including the times at which the shift begins and ends) Names of all shift engineers, shift operators, assistant shift engineers, assistant shift operators, other staff and operating assistants or trainees on a shift and their periods of duty on the shift Any instructions for the shift operation or for staff, along with the name of the person giving the instructions Any change from normal operating procedure and the time of such change Any unusual or abnormal conditions observed in the plant and the time they were observed Starting or stopping times of primary equipment not recorded in other logs Documentation of any repairs or maintenance, including that required under the Operating Engineers Regulation 219/01, s. 39 (9), to any part of the plant, the times the repair or maintenance took place, if they were completed and who attended at the repair or maintenance Any malfunction of any item or equipment, the time of the occurrence and any remedial action taken to correct the malfunction Any work performed by plant operating personnel outside the plant, the time spent and who attended at the work The entry of any unauthorized person to the plant, together with the purpose of the entry and the time of entry and leaving Air compressor control pressure Raw water supply pressure Number of boiler(s) in service Type of fuel Operating time (on and off) Operating cycles Boiler water level (normal, low, high) Condition of gage glass and gage glass shield Rate of firing level Observation of flame condition Boiler water temperature Stack temperature net Number of boiler feed pump in service Condensate return temperature Level of water in condensate tank (normal, low, high) Make up water rate Number of circulating pumps in service Supply water temperature Return water temperature Level of water in expansion tank (normal, high, low) Treatment pump in service (low, normal) Number of boiler water sample taken Chemical levels Salt levels Findings of any water samples taken ISBN # 978-0-9688514-2-5 sample