1.0 PPE

  • Eyes: protected from flying debris, chemicals and radiant light. Safety glasses worn in mandatory areas?

  • Hearing: protection used in mandatory areas and during short exposures to high decibel noise?

  • Body, Arms, and Hands: protected from resins, adhesives, sealants, chemicals and composite dust

  • Hands: protected when handling sharp objects/tools, severely hot or cold items

  • Head: protected from impact from above and at same height objects?

  • Respiratory: protected for vapors, dust, misc. debris. Clean shaven, mask stored in sealed container

2.0 Ergonomics

  • Lifting/Lowering: weights not above 50# at/above shoulder height. Lift is not awkward or repetitive?

  • Pushing: versus pulling?

  • Reach: not overextended for long periods of time or during lifting?

  • Grip/force: not excessive when combined with high frequency?

  • Repetition: is not excessive not excessive when combined with high force and frequency?

  • Vibration: long exposures reduced by PPE, tape or tool design?

  • Body Posture: wrist, neck back in neutral position, elbows 90, close to body?

3.0 Tools and Equipment

  • Razor Blades: stored when not used, cut resistant gloves worn

  • Fixtures/Carts/Racks: breaks, wheels and gen. frame operational. Pinch point iD'd

  • Tools/hoist: safety triggers operational, periodic checks done, no signs or wear or failure

  • 6S: clean as you go is evident

4.0 Employee Suggestions and Comments

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