Top floor - -Debarker -Resaw -Both Canters -Sorter Conveyor -Canter Bins -Booths

  • Are primary dust levels acceptable, have they been removed from possible ignition sources such as heaters, electricity, hot work or friction?

  • Are secondary dust levels acceptable, are they at less than 1/8" over 5% of the work area?

  • Is it at risk due to an upset condition?

  • Does the divisional clean-up schedule show that the area will be cleaned shortly?

  • Is the current clean-up schedule adequate?

  • Could the secondary dust have been better controlled at the source? If yes, please comment as to how by pressing the (...) buttons to the right.

  • Are observed employee work practices within the zone consistent with the program (ie. Use of compressed air, hot work practices)?

  • Did you test employees knowledge of combustible dust and its associated hazards? Choose N/A if you did not.

  • Ask employee each of the following questions and check if answered correctly (Answer is included)

  • Can you tell me the difference between primary and secondary dust? A. Primary dust is found at the dust source and is larger with higher moisture contents than secondary dust that has spread throughout the area on raised surfaces.

  • What is considered an unacceptable level of secondary dust? A. 1/8" over 5% of the work area.

  • What are your responsibilities with regards to mitigation of combustible dust? A. Understand the risk mitigation matrix for my area, understand the divisional dust control plan, recognize, control and report unsafe conditions.

  • Describe the requirements for use of compressed air? A. Fill out a compressed air pre-work card, do not create a dust plume, compressed air is only to be used as a last resort.

Top & bottom floor - Board Edger

  • Are primary dust levels acceptable, have they been removed from possible ignition sources such as heaters, electricity, hot work or friction?

  • Are secondary dust levels acceptable, are they at less than 1/8" over 5% of the work area?

  • Is it at risk due to an upset condition?

  • Does the divisional clean-up schedule show that the area will be cleaned shortly?

  • Is the current clean-up schedule adequate?

  • Could the secondary dust have been better controlled at the source? If yes, please comment as to how by pressing the (...) buttons to the right.

  • Are observed employee work practices within the zone consistent with the program (ie. Use of compressed air, hot work practices)?

  • Did you test employees knowledge of combustible dust and its associated hazards? Choose N/A if you did not.

  • Ask employee each of the following questions and check if answered correctly (Answer is included)

  • Can you tell me the difference between primary and secondary dust? A. Primary dust is found at the dust source and is larger with higher moisture contents than secondary dust that has spread throughout the area on raised surfaces.

  • What is considered an unacceptable level of secondary dust? A. 1/8" over 5% of the work area.

  • What are your responsibilities with regards to mitigation of combustible dust? A. Understand the risk mitigation matrix for my area, understand the divisional dust control plan, recognize, control and report unsafe conditions.

  • Describe the requirements for use of compressed air? A. Fill out a compressed air pre-work card, do not create a dust plume, compressed air is only to be used as a last resort.

Top Floor - -Canter landing decks -Trimmer -Sorter

  • Are primary dust levels acceptable, have they been removed from possible ignition sources such as heaters, electricity, hot work or friction?

  • Are secondary dust levels acceptable, are they at less than 1/8" over 5% of the work area?

  • Is it at risk due to an upset condition?

  • Does the divisional clean-up schedule show that the area will be cleaned shortly?

  • Is the current clean-up schedule adequate?

  • Could the secondary dust have been better controlled at the source? If yes, please comment as to how by pressing the (...) buttons to the right.

  • Are observed employee work practices within the zone consistent with the program (ie. Use of compressed air, hot work practices)?

  • Did you test employees knowledge of combustible dust and its associated hazards? Choose N/A if not.

  • Ask employee each of the following questions and check if answered correctly (Answer is included)

  • Can you tell me the difference between primary and secondary dust? A. Primary dust is found at the dust source and is larger with higher moisture contents than secondary dust that has spread throughout the area on raised surfaces.

  • What is considered an unacceptable level of secondary dust? A. 1/8" over 5% of the work area.

  • What are your responsibilities with regards to mitigation of combustible dust? A. Understand the risk mitigation matrix for my area, understand the divisional dust control plan, recognize, control and report unsafe conditions.

  • Describe the requirements for use of compressed air? A. Fill out a compressed air pre-work card, do not create a dust plume, compressed air is only to be used as a last resort.

East side of mill basement - -27" waste Conveyor -#1 & #2 Chip belt under resaw -Oil Cubes -27" & 17" bark waste conveyor -Both sides of swamp conveyor -17" waste to canter scrapers

  • Are primary dust levels acceptable, have they been removed from possible ignition sources such as heaters, electricity, hot work or friction?

  • Are secondary dust levels acceptable, are they at less than 1/8" over 5% of the work area?

  • Is it at risk due to an upset condition?

  • Does the divisional clean-up schedule show that the area will be cleaned shortly?

  • Is the current clean-up schedule adequate?

  • Could the secondary dust have been better controlled at the source? If yes, please comment as to how by pressing the (...) buttons to the right.

  • Are observed employee work practices within the zone consistent with the program (ie. Use of compressed air, hot work practices)?

  • Did you test employees knowledge of combustible dust and its associated hazards? Choose N/A if not.

  • Ask employee each of the following questions and check if answered correctly (Answer is included)

  • Can you tell me the difference between primary and secondary dust? A. Primary dust is found at the dust source and is larger with higher moisture contents than secondary dust that has spread throughout the area on raised surfaces.

  • What is considered an unacceptable level of secondary dust? A. 1/8" over 5% of the work area.

  • What are your responsibilities with regards to mitigation of combustible dust? A. Understand the risk mitigation matrix for my area, understand the divisional dust control plan, recognize, control and report unsafe conditions.

  • Describe the requirements for use of compressed air? A. Fill out a compressed air pre-work card, do not create a dust plume, compressed air is only to be used as a last resort.

Center isle decks basement - -PDC room -East side of 10" curve saw -Vibrating Conveyor -Resaw unscrambler waste -3 hydraulic units -Area between quad and chip chain -Under 20" ELI

  • Are primary dust levels acceptable, have they been removed from possible ignition sources such as heaters, electricity, hot work or friction?

  • Are secondary dust levels acceptable, are they at less than 1/8" over 5% of the work area?

  • Is it at risk due to an upset condition?

  • Does the divisional clean-up schedule show that the area will be cleaned shortly?

  • Is the current clean-up schedule adequate?

  • Could the secondary dust have been better controlled at the source? If yes, please comment as to how by pressing the (...) buttons to the right.

  • Are observed employee work practices within the zone consistent with the program (ie. Use of compressed air, hot work practices)?

  • Did you test employees knowledge of combustible dust and its associated hazards? Choose N/A if not.

  • Ask employee each of the following questions and check if answered correctly (Answer is included)

  • Can you tell me the difference between primary and secondary dust? A. Primary dust is found at the dust source and is larger with higher moisture contents than secondary dust that has spread throughout the area on raised surfaces.

  • What is considered an unacceptable level of secondary dust? A. 1/8" over 5% of the work area.

  • What are your responsibilities with regards to mitigation of combustible dust? A. Understand the risk mitigation matrix for my area, understand the divisional dust control plan, recognize, control and report unsafe conditions.

  • Describe the requirements for use of compressed air? A. Fill out a compressed air pre-work card, do not create a dust plume, compressed air is only to be used as a last resort.

West side of mill waste, basement - -Board Edger -Sawmill vibrating conveyor -Where mill waste dumps into the pit belt -Trimmer infeed/outfeed decks -Stacker (Top and Bottom floor) -Welding Shop (ramp & entrance to 3 HPV) -Sorter (basement)

  • Are primary dust levels acceptable, have they been removed from possible ignition sources such as heaters, electricity, hot work or friction?

  • Are secondary dust levels acceptable, are they at less than 1/8" over 5% of the work area?

  • Is it at risk due to an upset condition?

  • Does the divisional clean-up schedule show that the area will be cleaned shortly?

  • Is the current clean-up schedule adequate?

  • Could the secondary dust have been better controlled at the source? If yes, please comment as to how by pressing the (...) buttons to the right.

  • Are observed employee work practices within the zone consistent with the program (ie. Use of compressed air, hot work practices)?

  • Did you test employees knowledge of combustible dust and its associated hazards? Choose N/A if not.

  • Ask employee each of the following questions and check if answered correctly (Answer is included)

  • Can you tell me the difference between primary and secondary dust? A. Primary dust is found at the dust source and is larger with higher moisture contents than secondary dust that has spread throughout the area on raised surfaces.

  • What is considered an unacceptable level of secondary dust? A. 1/8" over 5% of the work area.

  • What are your responsibilities with regards to mitigation of combustible dust? A. Understand the risk mitigation matrix for my area, understand the divisional dust control plan, recognize, control and report unsafe conditions.

  • Describe the requirements for use of compressed air? A. Fill out a compressed air pre-work card, do not create a dust plume, compressed air is only to be used as a last resort.

Under canter decks, basement -Chip belt #3 to south wall

  • Are primary dust levels acceptable, have they been removed from possible ignition sources such as heaters, electricity, hot work or friction?

  • Are secondary dust levels acceptable, are they at less than 1/8" over 5% of the work area?

  • Is it at risk due to an upset condition?

  • Does the divisional clean-up schedule show that the area will be cleaned shortly?

  • Is the current clean-up schedule adequate?

  • Could the secondary dust have been better controlled at the source? If yes, please comment as to how by pressing the (...) buttons to the right.

  • Are observed employee work practices within the zone consistent with the program (ie. Use of compressed air, hot work practices)?

  • Did you test employees knowledge of combustible dust and its associated hazards? Choose N/A if not.

  • Ask employee each of the following questions and check if answered correctly (Answer is included)

  • Can you tell me the difference between primary and secondary dust? A. Primary dust is found at the dust source and is larger with higher moisture contents than secondary dust that has spread throughout the area on raised surfaces.

  • What is considered an unacceptable level of secondary dust? A. 1/8" over 5% of the work area.

  • What are your responsibilities with regards to mitigation of combustible dust? A. Understand the risk mitigation matrix for my area, understand the divisional dust control plan, recognize, control and report unsafe conditions.

  • Describe the requirements for use of compressed air? A. Fill out a compressed air pre-work card, do not create a dust plume, compressed air is only to be used as a last resort.

Chipper room top & bottom floor

  • Are primary dust levels acceptable, have they been removed from possible ignition sources such as heaters, electricity, hot work or friction?

  • Are secondary dust levels acceptable, are they at less than 1/8" over 5% of the work area?

  • Is it at risk due to an upset condition?

  • Does the divisional clean-up schedule show that the area will be cleaned shortly?

  • Is the current clean-up schedule adequate?

  • Could the secondary dust have been better controlled at the source? If yes, please comment as to how by pressing the (...) buttons to the right.

  • Are observed employee work practices within the zone consistent with the program (ie. Use of compressed air, hot work practices)?

  • Did you test employees knowledge of combustible dust and its associated hazards? Choose N/A if not.

  • Ask employee each of the following questions and check if answered correctly (Answer is included)

  • Can you tell me the difference between primary and secondary dust? A. Primary dust is found at the dust source and is larger with higher moisture contents than secondary dust that has spread throughout the area on raised surfaces.

  • What is considered an unacceptable level of secondary dust? A. 1/8" over 5% of the work area.

  • What are your responsibilities with regards to mitigation of combustible dust? A. Understand the risk mitigation matrix for my area, understand the divisional dust control plan, recognize, control and report unsafe conditions.

  • Describe the requirements for use of compressed air? A. Fill out a compressed air pre-work card, do not create a dust plume, compressed air is only to be used as a last resort.

Planer top floor -Tilt Hoist -Infeed -Strip area -Stacker outfeed by compressors

  • Are primary dust levels acceptable, have they been removed from possible ignition sources such as heaters, electricity, hot work or friction?

  • Are secondary dust levels acceptable, are they at less than 1/8" over 5% of the work area?

  • Is it at risk due to an upset condition?

  • Does the divisional clean-up schedule show that the area will be cleaned shortly?

  • Is the current clean-up schedule adequate?

  • Could the secondary dust have been better controlled at the source? If yes, please comment as to how by pressing the (...) buttons to the right.

  • Are observed employee work practices within the zone consistent with the program (ie. Use of compressed air, hot work practices)?

  • Did you test employees knowledge of combustible dust and its associated hazards? Choose N/A if not.

  • Ask employee each of the following questions and check if answered correctly (Answer is included)

  • Can you tell me the difference between primary and secondary dust? A. Primary dust is found at the dust source and is larger with higher moisture contents than secondary dust that has spread throughout the area on raised surfaces.

  • What is considered an unacceptable level of secondary dust? A. 1/8" over 5% of the work area.

  • What are your responsibilities with regards to mitigation of combustible dust? A. Understand the risk mitigation matrix for my area, understand the divisional dust control plan, recognize, control and report unsafe conditions.

  • Describe the requirements for use of compressed air? A. Fill out a compressed air pre-work card, do not create a dust plume, compressed air is only to be used as a last resort.

Planer top & bottom floor -Planer outfeed -Two stackers -Planer Lug Loader -Wrap station -Planer Optimizer -Two trimmers -Two sorters

  • Are primary dust levels acceptable, have they been removed from possible ignition sources such as heaters, electricity, hot work or friction?

  • Are secondary dust levels acceptable, are they at less than 1/8" over 5% of the work area?

  • Is it at risk due to an upset condition?

  • Does the divisional clean-up schedule show that the area will be cleaned shortly?

  • Is the current clean-up schedule adequate?

  • Could the secondary dust have been better controlled at the source? If yes, please comment as to how by pressing the (...) buttons to the right.

  • Are observed employee work practices within the zone consistent with the program (ie. Use of compressed air, hot work practices)?

  • Did you test employees knowledge of combustible dust and its associated hazards? Choose N/A if not.

  • Ask employee each of the following questions and check if answered correctly (Answer is included)

  • Can you tell me the difference between primary and secondary dust? A. Primary dust is found at the dust source and is larger with higher moisture contents than secondary dust that has spread throughout the area on raised surfaces.

  • What is considered an unacceptable level of secondary dust? A. 1/8" over 5% of the work area.

  • What are your responsibilities with regards to mitigation of combustible dust? A. Understand the risk mitigation matrix for my area, understand the divisional dust control plan, recognize, control and report unsafe conditions.

  • Describe the requirements for use of compressed air? A. Fill out a compressed air pre-work card, do not create a dust plume, compressed air is only to be used as a last resort.

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