1) 29 1910 S 303(b)
Are exposed wiring and cords with frayed or deteriorated insulation repaired or replaced promptly or immediately taken out of service?
Description of location?
2) 29 1910 S 303(f)
Are all disconnecting switches and circuit breakers labeled to indicate their use or equipment served?
Description of location?
3) 29 1910 S 303(g)(1)(i)
Electrical Clearances:(1) Is workspace in front of electric equipment, which requires examination, adjustment, servicing, or maintenance while alive or with exposed parts, not less than 30 in. wide in front of equipment? (2) Is there a minimum of 3 ft. clear working distance in front of electrical equipment 0-600V with live parts on one side and no live or grounded parts on the other side, or exposed live parts on both sides guarded by suitable insulating material? Insulated wire or insulated busbars operating at 300V or less are not considered live parts(3) Is there a minimum of 3 ft. clear
working space for equipment 0-150V and at least 3 1/2 ft. clear working space at 151-600V, when there are exposed live parts on one side and grounded parts on the other? Note: Working space may not be used for storage. Distances are measured from the exposed live parts, or from the enclosure front or opening if live parts are enclosed. Concrete, brick, or tile walls are considered grounded. Working space is not required in back of assemblies with no renewable or adjustable parts such as fuses or switches on the back or where all connections are accessible from locations other than theback.
Description of location?
4) 29 1910 S 303(g)(1)(v)
Is there proper illumination to service equipment?
Description of location?
5) 29 1910 S 303(g)(2)(i)
Approved cabinets or other approved enclosures currently guard live parts of electrical equipment operating at 50 volts or more?
6) 29 1910 S 303(g)(2)(iii)
Are rooms with exposed electrical parts posted and have a warning sign on the door forbidding unqualified persons to enter?
7) 29 1910 S 305(a)(1)(i)
Are metal raceways, cable armor, and other metal enclosures for conductors metallically joined together in a continuous electric conductor connected to all boxes, fittings, and cabinets as to provide effective electrical continuity?
8) 29 1910 S 305(a)(2)(i)(A-C) 305(a)(2)(ii)
Are temporary electrical power and lighting wiring methods used only as allowed during construction, remodeling, maintenance and repair, demolition of buildings, structures or equipment, experimental or developmental work and for a period not to exceed 90 days for Christmas decorative lighting and similar purposes? Is temporary wiring over 600 volts, nominal, used only during periods of tests, experiments, or emergencies?
9) 29 1910 S 305(a)(2)(ix)
Are lighting fixtures used for general illumination protected from accidental contact or breakage by a suitable fixture or lampholder with a guard? (Brass shell, paper-lined sockets, or other metal-cased sockets may not be used unless the shell is grounded)?
10) 29 1910 S 305(b)(1)
Are all unused openings (including conduit knockouts) in electrical enclosures and fittings closed with appropriate covers, plugs or plates?
11) 29 1910 S 305(b)(1)
Are conductors entering cabinets/boxes/fittings currently protected from abrasion?
12) 29 1910 S 305(b)(2)
Are all junction boxes and fittings currently provided with covers?
13) 29 1910 S 305(e)(1-2)
In wet or damp locations, are cabinets, cutout boxes, fittings, boxes and panel board enclosures installed to prevent moisture or water from accumulating within enclosures? In wet locations are the enclosures weatherproof? Are switches, circuit breakers, and switchboards installed in wet locations enclosed in weatherproof enclosures?
14) 29 1910 S 305(g)(1)(iv)(A-F)
Unless specifically permitted, flexible cables are not being used as a substitute for fixed wiring; run through holes in walls, ceilings and floors; or through doorways, windows, similar openings; attached to building surfaces; concealed behind building walls, ceilings, or floors; or installed in raceways?
15) 29 1910 S 305(g)(2)(ii)
Are flexible cords and cables free of splices or taps?
16) 29 1910 S 305(g)(2)(iii)
Is strain relief provided on flexible cords or cables at plugs, receptacles, tools and equipment and is the cord jacket securely held in place?
17) 29 1910 S 305(j)(2)(ii)
Are receptacles installed in wet or damp locations suitable for the location and protected with GFCI's where required by electrical code requirements?
18) 29 1910 S 335(a)(1)(ii)
Is electrical protective equipment periodically inspected or tested as required by 29 CFR 1910.137 and NFPA 70E, Section 250.2(B) (i.e. gloves, hot-sticks, etc.)?
19) FAA Order 6980.25 , Chap 1, Para 103(22)
Are battery posts covered to prevent accidental contact?
1) 29 1960 20
The Emergency Action Plan and Fire Prevention Plan is current and up-to-date?
2) 29 1960 20
Annual FLS Compliance Checklist is being completed and documented in Facility Compliance Plan?
3) 29 1960 20
Annual and up-to-date training records and fire drill documentation are being maintained and up-to-date in the Facility Compliance Plan?
4) 29 1960 20(I)(4)
All tower personnel have currently met annual training requirements under 1960.20?
5) 29 1960 20(c)(3)(i)(D)
There are currently no combustible materials in, or under the immediate vicinity of an Alternative A tower, except for necessary furniture and office supplies?
6) 29 1960 20(h)
A written emergency action plan and fire prevention plan with emergency escape procedures and egress routes is currently in place and implemented, and readily available to employees?
7) 29 1960 20(k)
All tower personnel have participated in at least one fire drill within the last year?
8) NFPA 101 18.104.22.168
Has the ATCT stairwell mechanical ventilation and pressurization enclosure system been tested semiannually by approved personnel and documented?
1) 40 112.7
If the facility has more than 1,320 gallons of aboveground fuel and oil storage capacity (inclusive of all containers with capacities of 55 gallons or greater), is a Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan readily available at a manned facility or in the nearest field office for an unmanned facility?
2) 40 262.11
Is a waste determination being made for potentially hazardous items (e.g., used shop rags, aerosol cans, ballasts, electronic waste) so that these items are not disposed in the trash?
3) 40 262.11
Has a waste determination been made on deteriorated, corroded or damaged chemical containers?
4) 40 262.34
Are containers storing hazardous waste marked with the words "Hazardous Waste" and the accumulation start date?
5) 40 262.34
Is the appropriate (corrosives, petroleum) spill containment kit on hand and readily available for cleanup of spills of hazardous materials or hazardous wastes being stored on site?
6) 40 273.13 (a)
Are waste (spent) batteries stored at the facility in good condition, not leaking, and stored indoors or in an area protected from the weather?
7) 40 273.14
Are containers storing waste fluorescent lamps in good condition, closed, and marked with the words "Used Lamps," "Waste Lamps," or "Universal Waste--Lamps," and the accumulation start date?
8) 40 273.15
Are waste fluorescent lamps accumulated for no longer than one year from the accumulation start date?
9) 40 279.22
For used oil generated at the site, is the used oil stored in containers and/or tanks in good condition and labeled "used oil"?
10) 40 280.20 , FAA Order 1050.15A
Do visible parts of the fuel storage tank (FST) and piping appear to be in good condition (i.e., free of corrosion, cracks, or other physical damage)?
11) 40 280.40
Is there FST leak detection equipment installed and does it appear functional?
12) 40 280.52 , FAA Order 1050.15A
Is the FST and piping area free of spills and/or signs of leakage (e.g., stained soil or concrete pad, stressed vegetation)?
13) 40 300
Is the facility free from any evidence of spills (soil staining, stressed vegetation, sheens, etc)?
14) 40 761.20
On-site oil-filled electronic equipment (such as transformers, rectifiers, regulators, and pulse transformers) do not show signs of leaking?
15) 40 761.40
Are the enclosures for oil-filled electronic equipment (transformers, rectifiers, regulators, and pulse transformers) clearly marked with "PCB Free" or "Contains PCB" labeling?
16) 40 761.65
Are any PCB articles (ballasts, transformers, capacitors, regulators, switches) or other PCB waste stored for disposal indoors and/or for no longer than one year?
17) 40 82.154
Is out-of-service equipment containing refrigerants stored at the facility in good condition, not leaking, and stored indoors or in an area protected from the weather?
18) 40 82.166
For HVAC units, halon fire extinguishing systems, or other equipment containing greater than 50 pounds of CFC, are servicing records maintained that document the type of service and quantity of CFC added?
19) NFPA 30 22.214.171.124.3(c )
Is there an anti-siphon valve installed on the fuel supply line of the AST?
20) NFPA 30 , NFPA 704
Are the above-ground storage tanks (ASTs) labeled with the capacity, contents of the tank, the words “NO SMOKING” and the NFPA diamond?
1) 29 1926 502(a)(1) , ANSI Std Z359.1, 2007, Section 6.11
Has a "Competent Person", or person who has received related specialized training, inspected fall protection equipment within the last year as indicated by records and tags on equipment?
2) 29 1926 502(a)(2)
Is fall protection equipment readily available where required?
3) FAA Order 693025A
Guy wire tensioning for towers, associated with this facility, does not currently require adjustment?
4) FAA Order 693025A
Are towers structurally sound and/or free from recognized hazards that may pose a risk to employees working at heights?
1) 29 1910 L 157(c)(1)
Are all fire extinguishers mounted in readily accessible locations?
2) 29 1910 L 157(c)(4)
Portable fire extinguishers are maintained in a fully charged and operable condition and kept in their designated places?
3) 29 1910 L 157(d)(1-5)
Are portable fire extinguishers selected and distributed based on the class and degree of hazard of anticipated workplace fires (Class A fires-travel distance 75 feet or less; Class B fires-travel distance 50 feet or less; Class C fires-travel distance the same as existing Class A or B)?
4) 29 1910 L 157(e)(2)
Are portable extinguishers visually inspected monthly (or for unmanned facilities, immediately upon arrival)?
5) 29 1910 L 157(e)(3)
Are you subjecting all your portable fire extinguishers to an annual maintenance check?
6) 29 1910 L 157(e)(4)
Are stored pressure dry chemical fire extinguishers subject to a hydrostatic test every 12 years; and emptied and subjected to applicable maintenance procedures every 6 years?
7) 29 1910 L 157(e)(4)
Are Halon substitutes (Halotron) fire extinguishers subject to a hydrostatic test every 12 years; and emptied and subjected to applicable maintenance procedures every 6 years?
8) 29 1910 L 157(f)(2)
Are stored pressure CO2 fire extinguishers subject to a hydrostatic test every 5 years?
9) 29 1910 L 159(c )(10)
Is minimum vertical clearance between sprinklers and material below at least 18 inches (45.7 cm)?
10) NFPA 101 126.96.36.199
Are there open penetrations in exit stairs, shafts, or floors that are not sealed with a fire stop system or device?
4) FAA Order 6950.12A Appendix 1 Section 2 (c ) , ASME A17.2, Section 1.12.1, Periodic Inspections Is the Certificate of Inspection for all elevators available and current?
1) 29 1910 J 146(c )(2)
Has the employer evaluated the workplace to determine if any spaces are permit-required confined spaces?
2) 29 1910 J 147(c)(4)(i)
Are Lockout/Tagout energy control procedures (general or specific, as appropriate) documented and used for the control of potentially hazardous energy when employees are servicing and maintaining machines and equipment other than cord and plug connected electrical equipment?
3) 29 1910 J 147(c)(5)(i)
Is Lockout/Tagout equipment available for immediate use in the workplace?
3) 29 1910 P 243(a)(1)(i)
Are portable circular saws equipped with guards above and below the base of the shoe?
4) 29 1910 P 243(c)(3)
PORTABLE VERTICAL GRINDERS: Safety guards currently have the maximum exposure angle of 180 degrees?
5) 29 1910 P 244(a)(1)(ii)
Is the rated load legibly and permanently marked on the jack?
6) 29 1910 P 244(a)(2)(vi)
Are all jacks thoroughly inspected depending upon the service conditions?
1) 29 1910 P 242(a)
Are all hand and portable power tools currently being operated in a safe condition?
2) 29 1910 P 242(b)
If compressed air is used for cleaning, has the pressure has been reduced to less than 30 psi and is used only with chip guarding and appropriate PPE?
1) 29 1910 H 101(a)
Are compressed gas cylinders in a safe condition to the extent that can be determined by a visual inspection?
2) 29 1910 H 106(d)
Are flammable and combustible liquids stored in compliant closed metal flammable cabinets, and are cabinets labeled with conspicuous lettering "Flammable -Keep Fire Away"?
3) 29 1910 H 106(d)(3)(i)
Maximum capacity of compliant flammable storage cabinets does not exceed 60 gallons of flammable liquids (Class I or Class II liquids) or 120 gallons of combustible liquids (Class III liquids)?
4) 29 1910 H 106(d)(7)(i)
Are there suitable fire control devices, such as small hose or portable fire extinguishers, available at locations where flammable or combustible liquids are stored?
5) 29 1910 H 106(d)(7)(iii)
Open flames and smoking are not permitted in flammable or combustible liquid storage areas and are properly identified by appropriate signs?
6) NFPA 45 7-2.3.4
Are chemicals adequately segregated by class (for example: flammables away from oxidizers, acids separated from flammables, bases separated from acids) using a storage cabinet designed to store the hazard class it is used for?
1) 29 1910 O 212(a)(1)
One or more methods of machine guarding are provided to protect employees from hazards?
2) 29 1910 O 212(a)(3)(ii)
Are employees guarded from the point of operation on machines where the operation exposes an employee to injury?
3) 29 1910 O 212(a)(5)
Are fans provided with full guards or screens having openings of 1/2 inch or less, that are less than 7 feet above the floor?
4) 29 1910 O 212(b)
Are machines designed for a fixed location securely anchored to prevent walking or moving?
5) 29 1910 O 213
Are ALL saws on woodworking equipment guarded by a hood, which completely encloses the portion of the saw above the table & that portion of the saw above the material being cut?
6) 29 1910 O 213(a)(9)
All belts, pulleys, gears, shafts and moving parts on all equipment are guarded?
7) 29 1910 O 213(b)(1)
For woodworking machinery are mechanical or electrical power controls provided on each machine so it is possible for the operator to cut off power without leaving his/her position at point of operation?
8) 29 1910 O 213(b)(3) , NFPA 79, 7.5.1
If a power failure occurs are wood and metal working machines prevented from automatically restarting upon power restoration?
9) 29 1910 O 213(b)(7)
Do feeder attachments on woodworking machines have the feed rolls or other moving parts so guarded or covered to protect the operator from hazardous points?
10) 29 1910 O 213(c)(2)
TABLE SAWS: Iis there a spreader present to prevent material from squeezing saw or being thrown back at the operator?
11) 29 1910 O 213(c)(3)
TABLE SAWS: Are non-kickback fingers or dogs located so to oppose thrust or tendency of saw to pick-up material or throw it back at the operator?
12) 29 1910 O 213(i)(2)
Does each bandsaw machine have a tension control device to indicate proper tension for standard saws used on machine?
13) 29 1910 O 213(p)(1)
Are feed rolls or self-feeding sanding machines protected with a semi-cylindrical guard to prevent the hands of operators from coming in contact with in-running rolls at any point?
14) 29 1910 O 213(s)(1)
Are all dull, badly set, improperly filed or improperly tensioned saws immediately removed from service before they begin to cause materials to stick, jam or kick back when it is fed through the saw at normal speed?
15) 29 1910 O 213(s)(6)
Woodworking machinery and equipment is kept clean and properly maintained to provide for effective functioning of guards and the prevention of fire hazards?
16) 29 1910 O 215(a)(2)(i)
Do safety guards cover the spindle end, nut and flange projections and are mounted to maintain proper alignment with the wheel?
17) 29 1910 O 215(a)(4)
All abrasive wheel equipment grinder work rests used are kept to within 1/8 inch of the wheel?
18) 29 1910 O 215(b)(3)
ABRASIVE WHEEL GRINDERS: Tongue guards are adjusted as such that the angular exposure of the grinding wheel has not exceeded 90 degrees and the exposure begins at a point not more than 65 degrees above the horizontal plane of the wheels spindle?
19) 29 1910 O 215(b)(9)
Is the adjustable tongue on the top side of the grinder used and kept adjusted to within 1/4 inch of the wheel?
20) 29 1910 O 215(d)(3)
Are all contact surfaces of wheels, blotters and flanges flat and free of foreign matter?
1) 29 1910 N 176(a)
Where mechanical handling equipment is used, are sufficient safe clearances allowed for aisles, at loading docks, through doorways and whenever turns or passage must be made?
2) 29 1910 N 176(b)
Storage of materials currently does not create a hazard from falling, sliding or collapsing materials?
3) 29 1910 N 176(c)
Are storage areas kept free from accumulation of materials that constitute hazards from tripping, fire, explosion or pest harborage? Is vegetation control exercised when necessary?
4) 29 1910 N 176(e)
Are clearance signs posted to warn of clearance limits (physical clearance limits)?
5) 29 1910 N 176(g)
Are covers or guardrails provided to protect personnel from hazards of open pits, tanks, vats, ditches, etc.?
6) 29 1910 N 178(g)(1)
Are battery charging areas designated for that purpose?
7) 29 1910 N 178(g)(10)
Are No Smoking Signs posted in battery charging areas?
8) 29 1910 N 178(l)(i-ii)
Only trained and authorized operators are permitted to operate forklifts and appear on approved operators list?
9) 29 1910 N 178(p)(1)
Forklifts needing repair are immediately taken out of service until repaired by authorized person(s)?
10) 29 1910 N 179(j)(3)(i), (ii), (iii), (iv), (v), (vi)
Are hoist components inspected for deficiencies and the presence of safety hazards, including but not limited to, deformation, cracking, corrosion, and excessive wear of parts, loose bolts and rivets?
11) NFPA 101 188.8.131.52.3
Is storage under exit stairway(s) prohibited?
1) 29 1910 D 36(a)(3) , NFPA 101 Life Safety Code, 184.108.40.206.1, 2006 Edition
Are doors normally required to be kept closed, not secured in the open position at any time and self-closing or automatic-closing ? (i.e. doors to a stair enclosure or horizontal exit)
2) 29 1910 E 36(g)(1) , NFPA 7.1.5
Is the headroom along the egress path, between the workspace and exit door to the outside, equal to 80 inches or more?
3) 29 1910 E 37(a)(3)
Are exit routes free and unobstructed with no materials placed either permanently or temporarily within the exit route? The exit route path does not go through a room that can be locked to reach an exit or exit discharge, nor does it lead to a dead-end corridor.
4) 29 1910 E 37(a)(4)
Are safeguards designed to protect employees, which include fire alarm systems, sprinkler systems, fire doors, exit lighting, etc., in proper working order at all times?
5) 29 1910 E 37(b)(1) , NFPA 101 Life Safety Code - 2006 edition
Is each exit route adequately lighted so that an employee with normal vision can see along the exit route? Is emergency lighting provided for underground and limited access structures, stair shaft and vestibule of smoke proof enclosures; and office occupancies that meet any one of the following conditions: (1) at least 2 or more stories in height above the level of discharge; (2) occupancy is subject to 100 or more occupants above or below the level of discharge; (3) occupancy is subject to 1000 or more total occupants.
6) 29 1910 E 37(b)(4)
Are signs posted along the exit access indicating the direction of travel to the nearest exit and exit discharge?
7) 29 1910 E 37(b)(5)
A sign reading "NOT AN EXIT" identifies any door or passageway, which is not an exit, but may be mistaken for an exit or may be identified with a sign that indicates its actual function such as store room, restroom, etc?
8) 29 1910 E 37(b)(6) (7)
Does a readily visible sign mark all exits and have sufficient illumination? Do all exit signs have the word "EXIT" with letter size not less than 6" high?
9) 29 1910 E 38(a) , 38(b)
Is there a written emergency action plan and fire prevention plan in place? Is it reviewed and revised periodically? (Applies to occupied facilities)
10) 29 1910 E 38(c)(2)
Have emergency escape procedures and routes been developed and communicated to all employees?
11) NFPA 220.127.116.11.3
Are labels on fire door assemblies maintained in a legible condition?
3) 29 1910 K 151(c) , ISEA Z358.1-2004 Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment
Are plumbed eyewash stations activated weekly and is that activation recorded on a tag attached to the eyewash? Are all eyewash units inspected annually in accordance with ANSI Standards and recorded on a tag attached to the eyewash?
4) 29 1910 K 151(c) , ISEA Z358.1-2004 Emergency Eyewash and Shower Equipment
Where the eyes or body of employees may be exposed to corrosive materials, are ANSI-approved eyewash stations for drenching or flushing provided within the immediate work area?
1) 29 1910 K 151(a)
Are emergency medical telephone numbers posted in a conspicuous location?
2) 29 1910 K 151(b)
Are first aid kits and Blood Borne Pathogen Kits easily accessible to each work area with necessary supplies, periodically inspected and replenished as needed?
1) FAA Memorandum , dtd 10/31/2006
Is there no visible evidence of exterior water intrusion (standing water, ground water intrusion, deteriorated sealants, or roof and foundation leaks), interior water leakage, or other uncontrolled accumulation of moisture (condensation, high humidity, or mildew odors) in buildings, including inside HVAC systems?
2) FAA Memorandum , dtd 10/31/2006
Is there no visible evidence of mold growth on building exterior or interior surfaces, including inside HVAC systems?
1) 29 1910 G 95(b)(1)
Are signs posted and hearing protection provided for areas with elevated noise levels (i.e. E/G rooms)?
1) 29 1910 I 132(a)
Is appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) being provided and used whenever employees are exposed to physical, chemical or biological hazards?
2) 29 1910 I 132(a)
Is personal protective equipment (PPE) maintained in a sanitary and reliable condition?
3) 29 1910 I 132(e)
Is all defective and damaged PPE removed from the work site?
4) 29 1910 I 134(c)(2)(ii)
In workplaces which do not have respirator protection programs in accordance with 29 CFR 1910.134, are only filtering face pieces (also known as "dust masks" or "disposable respirators") used in the work place? Are only face filtering respirators provided on-site for voluntary use? Other types of respirators are NOT permitted.
1) 29 1960 D 27
Has Management informed the respective Labor Representatives of the workplace inspections schedule and have the Labor Representatives been given the opportunity to accompany the Inspector(s) during the inspection?
2) 29 1960 8
Where required, are carbon monoxide detectors maintained in good working order?
3) 29 1960 12(c )
Has a poster informing employees of the provisions of the Act, Executive Order 12196 and the agency occupational safety and health program under this part. (OSH Protection for FAA employees) been posted in a conspicuous location?
4) 29 1960 26(c )(4)
Is each notice of an unsafe or unhealthful working condition, or a copy thereof, posted until the unsafe or unhealthful working condition has been abated or for 3 working days whichever is later? Is a copy of the notice filed and maintained for a period of five years?
5) 29 1960 30(c ) , FAA Order 3900.19B, 202 a
Have hazard abatement plans been generated and posted for those deficiencies which cannot be corrected within 30 days?
6) 29 1960 8(d)
Are the following items available at the facility where applicable? Accident and Fire Procedures, Resuscitation Instructions, CPR/First Aid/BBP Kits, High Voltage Sticks, 15 foot length of 1/2 inch rope, Insulated Fuse Pullers, Non-metallic [Type-0] Flashlight, Grounding stick, Safety Posters & Bulletins, Portable Non-Conductive Warning Signs with Non-Conductive Hangers.
1) 29 1904 29(b)(1)
Is a log of occupational injuries and illnesses (OSHA 300 form) kept and maintained throughout the calendar year, as required, at each facility where employees report to work? Is the OSHA 300A form posted from February 1 through April 30 for the previous year?
5) FAA Order 105020(9)(b)(1)
Is there a current copy of an asbestos O&M Plan at this facility if asbestos is present?
1) 29 1910 Z 1001(j)(3)(v) , 29 CFR 1910 Z 1001(j)(4)(i)
Are warning labels and signs used in mechanical equipment rooms to notify maintenance personnel of the presence of asbestos?
2) 29 1910 Z 1200(e)(1)(i)
Is there a list of hazardous chemicals and/or substances known to be present and/or used in the work area (updated within the last year)?
3) 29 1910 Z 1200(f)(5)(i-ii)
Are all containers of hazardous chemicals labeled with product identity and hazard warnings?
4) 29 1910 Z 1200(g)(1)
Are Material Safety Data Sheets(MSDS) maintained for each hazardous chemical?
Where applicable, are all vehicles equipped with a horn in an operable condition?
Where applicable, do all vehicles have a service brake system, an emergency brake system, and a parking brake system all of which are maintained in an operable condition?
Where applicable, do all vehicles currently in use have headlights and taillights in an operable condition?
Do all vehicles have brake lights in operable condition regardless of light conditions?
Where applicable, are vehicles equipped with windshields and powered wipers? Has cracked and broken glass been repaired?
Are all vehicles operating in areas or under conditions that cause fogging or frosting of the windshield equipped with operable defogging or defrosting devices?
Where required, are seat belts installed and in an operable condition in all motor vehicles?
17) 29 1910 D 24(f)
Are rise height and tread width uniform throughout any flight of fixed industrial stairs?
18) 29 1910 D 25(d) 26(c)
Are ALL portable ladders maintained in good condition with no broken or missing steps, rungs or cleats; broken side rails or other faulty equipment?
19) 29 1910 D 25(d) 26(c)
Are ALL portable ladders equipped with non-slip safety feet and in good condition?
20) NFPA 70E 130.7(D)1(e)
Are portable ladders with non-conductive side rails used when the employee or ladder could contact exposed energized electrical conductors or circuits?
1) 29 1910 D 22(a)(1)
Are phone lines, electrical cords and extension wires secured under desks, or alongside panels? If cords run in walkways are they covered with runners?
2) 29 1910 D 22(a)(1)
All areas are kept clean and orderly and in a sanitary condition?
3) 29 1910 D 22(a)(2)
Floors are maintained, as far as possible, in a clean and dry condition?
4) 29 1910 D 22(a)(3)
Is every floor, working place and passageway free from protruding nails, splinters, holes or loose boards?
5) 29 1910 D 22(b)
Are aisles and passageways kept clear and in good repair with no obstructions across or in aisles that could create a hazard? Are permanent aisles and passageways appropriately marked?
6) 29 1910 D 22(d)(1)
Is the approved load marked in a conspicuous place, showing the elevated surface load capacity for areas used for storage, business or industrial purposes?
7) 29 1910 D 23(a)(1)
Are floor openings guarded by a cover, standard railing or equivalent on all sides (except at entrance to stairways or ladders)?
8) 29 1910 D 23(a)(2)
Is every ladderway floor opening or platform guarded by a standard railing with standard toe board on all exposed sides (except at entrance to opening), with the passage through the railing either provided with a swinging gate or so offset that a person cannot walk directly into the opening?
9) 29 1910 D 23(c)(1)
Every open-sided floor or platform, 4 feet or more above adjacent floor or ground level, is guarded by a standard railing on all open sides, except where there is a ramp, stairway, or fixed ladder? Are railings provided with a toeboard whenever, beneath the open sides (1) a person can pass; (2) there is moving machinery; or (3) there is equipment with which falling materials could create a hazard?
10) 29 1910 D 23(d)(1)(i-v)
Does every flight of stairs having 4 or more risers and less than 44 inches wide: (1) with both sides open, have standard railing on each side; (2) with one side open, have at least one handrail on the open side; (3) with both sides enclosed, have at least one handrail, preferably on the right side descending? Do stairways more than 44 inches wide but less than 88 inches have (1) one handrail on each enclosed side and (2) one handrail on each open side? Do stairways more than 88 inches wide, have the same configuration as the previous question plus an intermediate stair railing located approximately midway of the width?
11) 29 1910 D 23(e)(1)
Do all standard railings consist of a top rail, intermediate rail and posts and have a vertical height of 42 inches?
12) 29 1910 D 23(e)(2)
Are stair railings constructed similar to standard railings, with the vertical height not more than 34 inches or less than 30 inches?
13) 29 1910 D 23(e)(3)(iv)
Are stairway handrails capable of withstanding a load of 200 pounds, applied in any direction?
14) 29 1910 D 24(a) (i)
Do fixed industrial stairs have at least 7 feet of overhead clearance? Fixed industrial stairs are not stairs used for fire exit purposes.
15) 29 1910 D 24(d)
Are all fixed industrial stairs at least 22 inches wide?
16) 29 1910 D 24(f)
Are all stair treads reasonably slip resistant and are the nosings of non-slip finish?
1) 29 1910 Q 252(a)(2)(ii)
Prior to welding: In addition to other precautions, such as removing and/or guarding combustible materials; are suitable fire extinguishing materials, (based on quantity and nature of combustible materials) ready for instant use?
2) 29 1910 Q 252(b)(2)(i)(B)
Are goggles or other suitable eye protection used during all gas welding or oxygen cutting operations?
3) 29 1910 Q 252(b)(2)(i)(a)
During all arc welding or arc cutting operations, is the welder and any helper(s) or attendants protected by an appropriate welding helmet or other suitable hand-held shield?
4) 29 1910 Q 252(b)(2)(iii)
Workers or other persons adjacent to welding area are currently protected from the UV rays by side shields/screens or are required to wear appropriate goggles when welding/cutting is taking place?
5) 29 1910 Q 252(c)(2)(i)(A-C)
Is mechanical ventilation provided when: (1) a space is less than 10,000 cubic feet per welder; (2) in a room having a ceiling height less than 16 feet; 3 in. confined spaces or where the welding spaces contains partitions or other structural barriers
6) 29 1910 Q 253(b)(1)(ii)
Are all cylinders legibly marked for the purpose of identifying the gas content with either the chemical or the trade name of the gas?
7) 29 1910 Q 253(b)(2)(i)
Are all cylinders kept away from sources of heat?
8) 29 1910 Q 253(b)(2)(ii)
COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS: For inside storage is there an assigned storage place that meets the following requirements: (1) at least 20 feet from combustible materials; (2) away from elevators, stairs or gangways; (3) located where cylinders will not be knocked over or damaged by passing or falling objects or subject to tampering by unauthorized persons; (4) not stored in unventilated enclosures.
9) 29 1910 Q 253(b)(2)(iv)
For cylinders designed to accept valve protection caps, are caps in place, hand tight, except when cylinders are in use or connected for use?
10) 29 1910 Q 253(b)(3)(ii)
Are acetylene cylinders stored valve end up?
11) 29 1910 Q 253(b)(4)(iii)
Are oxygen cylinders in storage separated from fuel-gas cylinders or combustible materials a minimum distance of 20 feet or by a non-combustible barrier at least 5 feet high having a fire resistance of at least 1/2 hour?
12) 29 1910 Q 253(b)(5)(ii)(C)
Valve protection caps are not used for lifting cylinders from one vertical point to another?
13) 29 1910 Q 253(b)(5)(ii)(J)
Are cylinders placed where they cannot become part of an electric circuit?
14) 29 1910 Q 253(e)(3)(ii)(C)(3)
OXYGEN FUEL GAS WELDING: Is flashback protection provided by an approved device that will prevent flame from passing into the fuel-gas system?
15) 29 1910 Q 254(c)(2)(v)
ARC WELDING: Are all ground connections checked to determine that they are mechanically strong and electrically adequate for the required current?
16) 29 1910 Q 254(c)(3)(i)
ARC WELDING: For portable welding machines: Is there a disconnect switch with overload protection or equivalent disconnect and protection means, provided for each outlet intended for use with the portable equipment?