ELECTRICAL

ELECTRICAL

  • Electrical panel has at least 3' of clearance.
    29CFR 1910.303(g)

  • Electrical panels are "dead front" with no openings that would expose employees to electrical hazard.
    29CFR 1910.305(d)(2)

  • Disconnecting means are clearly marked as to their purpose and function.
    29CFR 1910.303(f)(1)

  • Flexible cord used as a substitute for fixed wiring.
    29CFR 1910.305(g)(1)(iv)[A]

  • Flexible cord run through holes in walls, ceilings, floors, doorways, windows or other similar openings.
    29CFR 1910.305(g)(1)(iv)[B] & [C]

  • Flexible cord attached to building surfaces.
    29CFR 1910.305(g)(1)(iv)[D]

  • Flexible cord concealed behind walls, ceilings or floors.
    29CFR 1910.305(g)(1)(iv)[E]

  • Other electrical issues

MACHINE GUARDING / LOCKOUT - TAGOUT

MACHINE ISSUES / LOCK OUT - TAG OUT

  • Machine Guarding Issues
    29CFR 1910.212

  • Lock out Tag out procedure observed
    29CFR 1910.147

FIRE PREVENTION

FIRE PREVENTION

  • Fire suppression equipment available and unobstructed
    29CFR 1910.37(a)(3)

  • Are fire extinguishers in date?

  • Are fire exits unobstructed?

  • Are emergency lights in working order?

  • Eye Wash / Shower Station in working order?

  • Trash or other flammable or combustible materials that could cause or support a fire.

  • Flammable liquids stored correctly
    * Flammable Cabinet grounded
    * All containers of flammable materials are closed.
    * No unlabeled containers found in any work area.
    * Content inventory list posted on outside of flammable storage cabinet.

WALKING / WORKING SURFACES

WALKING WORKING SURFACES

  • Walkways and aisle ways clear and unobstructed
    29CFR 1910.37(a)(3)

  • Exits clear and unobstructed
    29CFR 1910.37(a)(3)

  • Stairways:
    * Stairway is clear and unobstructed.
    * Stairway is equipped with appropriate handrails.
    * All stair risers are of consistent and uniform height
    * Stair treads, risers and railings are all stable and in good condition.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT / PERSONAL EMPLOYEE SAFETY

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT / PERSONAL EMPLOYEE SAFETY

  • Team members wearing all required PPE:
    * Safety Shoes
    * Bump Caps (when under aircraft)
    * Hear protection (in those areas where hearing protection is required.)
    * Eye Protection
    29CFR 1910.136 (a)

  • Compressed air being used to clean debris from team member's body / clothing?
    29CFR 1917.154

MISCELLANEOUS SAFETY ISSUES

5S & MISCELLANEOUS SAFETY ISSUES

  • 5S ISSUES:
    * No designated space for items.
    * Excess materials in work area.
    *Failure to sustain previous 5S effort

  • Safety Issues Not Otherwise Documented in This Report

  • FOD: Is area clear of foreign object debris?

  • Signature

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