• Find Fire Extinguisher number 4 and take a photo of it

  • Find a hazard or unsafe condition and take a photo of it

  • Record the number of days since the last lost time accident and record it

  • Find the Hand pull for the fire alarm with the number 4 on it and take a photo of it

  • How many wheel chocks are still attached to the building

  • On the side of propane storage cage in the red diamond there is a number. what number is it and what does it mean

  • Take a photo of the Fire Suppression (fire sprinkler) system shut off, that controls the east half of the building

  • locate and Take a photo of the 7 emergency wash stations

  • Take a photo of the fire suppression (fire sprinkler) system drain valve for the east half of the building

  • Take a photo of the exit door you would use during a fire if you were in Josh's Office

  • On the definition poster around the building, locate the poster for "LEADER" and write down the last definition

  • Take a photo of one of the lights that would come on during a power outage that is powered by the backup generator

  • Take a photo of where you would go during a active tornado

  • Take a photo of the emergency shut off cable for the conveyor

  • One of the fire alarms in the building has a smoke detector with it. Where is this located

  • On the emergency call list what is the last number on the list? Who is it for?

  • Take a photo of the two kits you would get from the first aid room if there was an emergency with a person down and not breathing

  • Take a photo of the PPE you should be using to use a hand grinder

  • Take a photo of the entryway to a confined space

  • What are the 4 letters used to describe how to use a fire extinguisher and what do they mean

  • Take a photo of the Michigan Law Poster

  • Take a photo of the emergency back up generator location

  • Take a photo of the grounding cable for chemical transfer

  • By the time clock, there is a posting for new chemicals that have come into the building, what is the last item listed

  • List a item in the shop that has multiple power sources (requiring more than one type of lockout device)

  • What was the last date posted on the chemical room weekly inspection check sheet

  • What if any breaker panel number is blocked

  • List the Personal protective equipment required to use a hand grinder

  • In what area of the build is the halon fire extinguisher located

  • Bonus Points: take a photo of the unicorn in the shop

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