I HIGHLY recommend a daily pre-operational inspection. The SQF code hints to it, but doesn't explicitly demand it directly. As Glenn pointed out facilities that incorporate this as a daily practice do better in inspections, and in my experience have better quality results.
For our facility start-up, last May, we didn't have these in place...not a priority (way too many other things juggling in the air). Once the daily equipment and facility pre-op inspection were put into place our quality improved on the filler, as well as, the overall facility appearance and GMP compliance.
We don't pre-op inspect all of our equipment, only the high-risk equipment, which is our packaging lines. I've attached the forms we use for the equipment and our facility pre-op to get you started. I recommend, if you want to ensure it is being followed keep it as simple as possible. You can always revise it as necessary.