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By Tania Clarke   |  
September 23rd, 2015

55,000 Templates at your Fingertips

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The iAuditor public library has free editable checklists for any industry. That is 55,000 free checklists, at your disposal to download at any time.

We believe that knowledge should be free, which is why our Public Library is a collaborative space for all iAuditor users.

Checklists improve efficiency and save time. But they take some time to get right. Starting a checklist from scratch is more difficult than you think. The aviation industry tells us that all checklists need at least three revisions and a test in the real world to get it right.

Checklist master and author Atul Gawande says, “Checklists seem able to defend anyone, even the experienced, against failure in many more tasks than we realised.”

Rather than create your own, why not find a checklist that someone else has created and build yours from there.

Tips to finding the best checklist template in our Public Library:

55,000 is a lot of templates to sort through! You can search three different ways to get the best results:

  • Search using keywords like ‘ISO 9001’ or ‘Vehicle inspection’
  • Search via industry
  • Search via data added to get the most recent

Our top Editor’s Pick checklists:

ISO 9001:2008 Checklist

Risk Assessment Checklist

Heavy Industry Vehicle Checklist

Something to note: For the time being, our Public Library is only available via iAuditor on your device. At a later stage, you’ll be able to search templates from your desktop within SafetyCulture.

Download iAuditor to access the Public Library.

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