1.1. Has the Stations local Facility Emergency Plan been revised within the last twelve months and is available for Employee access and review?
1.2. Is the Southwest Airlines Injury Illness Prevention Plan or Accident Prevention Plan on file in the location Manager's office or easily accessible area (web)?
1.3. Are Safety Committee meetings conducted monthly and documented with meeting minutes?
1.4. Are copies of monthly Safety Committee meeting minutes retained on file at the station for no less then 12-months?
1.5. Are monthly Safety Committee announcements posted in advance of the next Safety Meeting showing the date and time?
1.6. Are monthly Safety Committee meeting minutes posted on a bulletin board so that they are accessible for all Employees to review and distributed to all departments?
1.7. Is Management present at the Safety Committee meeting?
1.8. Is the 2008 version of the North American Emergency Response Guidebook available in Operations?
2.1. Is there a hospital, clinic, or infirmary for medical care in the proximity of the work place?
2.2. Are first aid stations and kits stocked with adequate quantities of the required first aid supplies and easily identified and accessible to employees?
2.3. If applicable, are Employees trained and currently certified in First Aid/CPR/AED listed on a bulletin board or identified by some other means that allows for Employees needing help to contact one of these individuals?
2.4. Do you have the Advanced First Aid Kit in and Area that is accessible during all operational times and do all Employees know where it is located?
2.5. Is there a means provided for quick drenching or flushing of the eyes and body in areas where corrosive liquids or materials (including lead-acid batteries) are handled?
2.6. Are weekly checks of plumbed eyewash/shower stations conducted and documented on the appropriate tag or logged in a file?
2.7. Are non-plumbed eye wash devices maintained per the manufacturer's recommendations?
3.1. Is a Minimum of 18 inches of clearance is maintained between sprinkler heads and storage below? Minimum of 24 inches in non-sprinkler areas of buildings)?
3.2. Is smoking allowed only in approved, designated areas?
3.3. Are appropriate ash and cigarette receptacles located in designated smoking areas?
3.4. Are portable fire extinguishers provided in adequate number and type?
3.5. Are fire extinguishers available within 75 feet of all Employee work areas?
3.6. Is there a clear and unobstructed access maintained for all fire extinguishers?
3.7. Are fire extinguisher annual inspection tags / records current?
3.8. Are fire extinguisher monthly inspection tags/ records current?
3.9. Are fire extinguishers mounted with the top no higher than 5 ft. above the floor?
3.10. Are fire extinguishers of the appropriate class for their assigned location (A-B-C, Ordinary Combustibles)?
3.11. Is there a 125 pound, wheeled fire extinguisher located at every gate?
3.12. Is there a ten pound fire extinguisher available on all air stairs, deice trucks, air starts, fuel trucks, GPUs, Heater/Air Carts, Lav Truck/Barges?
3.13. Is the maintenance of automatic sprinkler systems assigned to responsible persons or to a sprinkler contractor?
4.1. Are Facility maps posted with evacuation routes and assembly areas identified?
4.2. Are Employees aware of the identified means of egress and evacuation assembly areas when they are required to leave the work area due to an emergency?
4.3. Are all emergency exits and means of egress free from obstructions?
4.4. Are primary emergency exits clearly identified with an exit sign that is equipped with an auxiliary illumination device that deploys in the event of a power loss?
4.5. Are exit signs equipped with directional arrows to exit ways when not immediately apparent?
4.6. Are all exits kept free of obstructions that does not compromise the means of egress?
4.7. Are doors, passageways, or stairways which could be mistaken for exits, appropriately marked "NOT AN EXIT", "STOREROOM", etc.?
4.8. Are adequate barriers and warnings provided to prevent employees stepping into the path of traffic where exit doors directly discharge into any area where vehicles may be operated?
4.9. Are special precautions taken to protect employees during construction/renovation projects and repair operations?
4.10. Do exit doors swing in the direction of exit travel without the use of a key or any special knowledge or effort when the building is occupied?
5.1. Do you specify compliance with OSHA for all contract electrical work?
5.2. Are electrical enclosures such as switches, receptacles, junction boxes, etc., provided with tight-fitting covers or plates?
5.3. Are electrical rooms kept clean and free of combustible material?
5.4. Are all circuit panels unobstructed and accessible to employees? Is the space in front of all circuit panels not less than 36 inches deep and 30 inches wide and free of stored materials?
5.5. Are electrical panels/breaker boxes free from open spaces that could expose a person to an electrical shock hazard? (Live wire cover plates, spaces between breakers, missing plugs or switches, etc.)?
5.6. Are electrical panels/breaker boxes equipped with a cover plate and panel box door with a working door latch?
5.7. Are all disconnecting switches and circuit breakers labeled to indicate their use or equipment served?
5.8. Do circuit breakers clearly indicate that they are in the “ON” or “OFF” position?
5.9. Are all electrical boxes 600 volts or higher placarded as “HIGH VOLTAGE”?
5.10. Are receptacles located within six feet of a water supply (sink, emergency eyewash station/shower) protected by ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs)?
5.11. Work area is free from multi-plug adapters. (Limited use of UL-approved multi-receptacle surge protectors is permitted provided they are not “daisy chained” together.)
5.12. Is permanent wiring in place? (i.e. extension cords used only as a temporary source of transferring power while permanent wiring is being installed?
5.13. Are all flexible extension cords in good condition and free of splices or taps?
5.14. Are extension cords equipped with a grounding pin?
5.15. Are extension cords not “daisy chained” together?
5.16. Are extension cords of the proper gauge for the level of power transfer used?
5.17. Do all extension cords have a grounding conductor? (Limited use of UL-approved multi-receptacle surge protectors is permitted provided they are not “daisy chained” together)?
5.18. Are extension cords used as permanent wiring and fed through walls, ceiling, floors or under carpeting?
5.19. Are portable electrical tools and equipment grounded or of the double insulated type?
5.20. Are electrical appliances such as vacuum cleaners, polishers, vending machines, etc., grounded?
5.21. Are flexible electrical cords or surge protectors installed to provide strain relief tension that from the weight of the cord won't be transmitted to the conductor terminals (i.e. joints and terminal screws of the plug head)?
5.22. Do receptacles installed in a wet location where the product intended to be plugged into it is not attended while in use (for example, sprinkler system controllers, landscape lighting, and holiday lights) have an enclosure that is weatherproof with the attachment plug cap inserted or removed?
6.1. Are aerosol spray lids securely attached to top of can when not in use?
6.2. Are flammable and combustible liquids stored in approved flammable storage cabinets?
6.3. Are flammable liquid cans/containers stored in Flammable Storage Cabinet? (Cabinets are required to be labeled "Flammable-Keep Fire Away")?
6.4. Are grounding straps used properly on all flammable liquid drums?
6.5. Are the insides of all flammable storage cabinets are clear of cardboard, trash, and other combustible paper product?
6.6. Are all flammable liquids kept in closed containers when not in use (e.g., parts cleaning tanks, pans, etc.)?
6.7. Are there indications that Employees have been smoking within 25-feet of flammable storage areas?
6.8. Are LP tanks stored in an area away from vehicular traffic, areas where Employees or Customers congregate, external heat sources, and exits?
6.9. Are LP tanks chained or strapped to a wall or in an approved storage cage. (Full and empty LP tanks may be stored together.)?
6.10. Is mechanical ventilation used and functional to control exposures from dust and fumes for painting and grinding operations?
6.11. Are lighting fixtures for spray booths located outside of the booth and the interior lighted through sealed clear panels?
6.12. Is the spray area at least 20 feet from flames, sparks, operating electrical motors, and other ignition sources?
6.13. Are fire protection sprinkler heads kept clean and free of spray residue within paint booths?
6.14. Are “No Smoking” signs posted in spray areas, paint rooms, paint booths, and paint storage areas?
6.15. Are metal waste cans with self-closing lids used for oily and paint-soaked waste?
7.1. Are all worksites clean and orderly?
7.2. Is ramp apron and surrounding areas kept free from excessive debris, trash, trip hazards and/or material that can damage an aircraft?
7.3. Are all spilled materials or liquids cleaned up immediately?
7.4. Is combustible scrap, debris, and waste stored safely and removed from the worksite promptly?
7.5. Are all work areas adequately illuminated for the activity being performed?
8.10. Are Employees working with conveyors trained regarding the location and use of emergency stopping devices and the proper procedures for conveyor operation?
8.11. Are bag belts sufficiently guarded to prevent Employee exposure to moving parts or pinch points?
8.12. Are provisions made to prevent machines from automatically starting when power is restored after a power failure or shutdown?
8.13. Are employees prohibited from riding on conveyors?
8.1. Is all machinery or equipment capable of movement required to be de-energized or disengaged and blocked or locked-out during cleaning, servicing, adjusting, or setting up operations, whenever required?
8.2. Are conveyors equipped with emergency stop controls that require manual resetting resuming conveyor operation?
8.3. Are clearly marked, unobstructed emergency stop buttons or pull cords installed within easy reach of workers?
8.4. Do all controls or power sources accept a lockout/tagout device to allow a safe method to clear bag jams or maintenance operations?
8.5. Are prominent warning signs or lights installed to alert workers to the conveyor operation?
8.6. Are a sufficient number of tags hasps and safety padlocks provided?
8.7. Does the lock-out procedure require that stored energy (mechanical, hydraulic, air, etc.) be released or blocked before equipment is locked-out for repairs?
8.8. Are audible start-up alarms provided for the baggage conveyor?
8.9. Are all emergency stop buttons colored red?
9.1. Are methods provided to protect the operator and other employees in the machine area from hazards created at the point of operation, in-going nip points, rotating parts, flying chips, and sparks?
9.2. Is equipment and machinery securely placed and anchored, when necessary, to prevent tipping or other movement that could result in personal injury?
9.3. Is all machinery and equipment kept clean and properly maintained?
9.4. Is sufficient clearance provided around and between machines to allow for safe operations, set up and servicing, material handling and waste removal?
9.5. Are all pulleys and belts that are within 7 feet of the floor or working level properly guarded?
9.6. Are all moving chains and gears properly guarded?
9.8. Are fan blades protected with a guard having openings no larger than ½ inch, when operating within 7 ft. of the floor?
9.9. Are saws used for ripping equipped with anti-kickback devices and spreaders?
10.6. Is each electrically operated grinder effectively grounded?
10.1. Is the work rest used and kept adjusted to within 1/8 inch of the wheel?
10.2. Is the adjustable tongue on the top side of the grinder used and kept adjusted to within 1/4 inch of the wheel?
10.4. Are bench and pedestal grinders permanently mounted?
10.3. Do side guards cover the spindle, nut and flange and 1/3 of the wheel diameter?
10.5. Are goggles or face shields always worn when grinding?
11.1. Is the rated load of each hoist legibly marked and visible to the operator?
11.2. Do operators look for signs of wear, twist, cracks, distorted links, or excessive stretch in hooks, hoist chains, end connections, and excessive mechanism component wear?
11.3. Are only employees who have been trained in the proper use of hoists designated to operate them?
11.4. Does documentation also include the date of the inspection and an identification of the parts inspected?
11.5. Are only employees who have been trained in the proper use of hoists designated to operate them?
12.1. Are walking and working areas free of slip, trip and fall hazards?
12.2. Are holes in the floor, sidewalk, or other walking surface repaired properly, covered, or otherwise made safe?
12.3. Is there safe clearance for walking in aisles where motorized or mechanical handling equipment is operating?
12.4. Are spilled materials cleaned up immediately?
12.5. Are changes of the elevation of the walking surface common path of travel readily identifiable by caution signage or highlighted pavement markings?
12.6. Are aisles or walkways that pass near moving or operating machinery, welding operations, or similar operations arranged so that Employees will not be subjected to potential hazards?
12.7. Does ice room/freezer floor allow for proper drainage and kept dry and free of ice build-up?
13.1. Are all stairways, aisles and access ways kept clear of trip hazards and not used for storage?
13.2. Are standard stair rails or handrails on all stairways?
13.3. Are step risers on stairs uniform from top to bottom, with no riser spacing greater than 7.5 inches?
13.4. Are steps on stairs and stairways designed or provided with a surface that renders them slip resistant?
13.5. Are stairway handrails capable of withstanding a load of 200 pounds, applied in any direction?
14.1. Do elevated storage platforms have approved egress/access and fall protection?
14.2. Is Fall Protection available and used at the Provisioning Dumpster location?
14.3. Is adequate fall protection available on unprotected docks with an elevation greater than 4 feet?
14.4. Is fall protection closures provided for all dock lift units?
14.5. Is fall protection slides/gates not damaged and in good working order?
14.6. Is fall protection on Provo trucks slides/gates in good working order and extended when provisioning an A/C.
14.7. Are mezzanines posted with signs that have the load rating capacity?
14.8. Are open sided floors, platforms and runways having a drop of more than 4 ft. guarded by a standard railing?
14.9. Are all elevated surfaces (beneath which people could be exposed to falling objects) provided with standard 4-inch toeboards?
15.1. Are protective goggles or face shields provided and worn, where there is any danger of flying particles or corrosive materials?
15.2. Are approved safety glasses required to be worn at all times in areas where there is a risk of eye injuries such as punctures, abrasions or contusions?
15.3. Are approved hearing protection devices available to all Employees who work in high noise level areas?
15.4. Is use of hearing protection enforced when Employees are working in an elevated noise environment?
15.5. Is a Copy of the Hearing Protection Regulation available and a sign posted in the area indicating where that regulation can be found?
15.6. Are protective gloves, aprons, shields, or other means provided to protect against cuts, corrosive liquids, and chemicals enforced and utilized when servicing the aircraft lavatory?
15.7. Are knee protection pads used by Employees who are working in aircraft cargo bins?
15.8. Does each employee working on the ramp have their assigned bin pin?
15.9. Are approved respirators provided for spray painting and for some confined space operations and/or for emergency use where needed?
15.10. Is all protective equipment maintained in a sanitary condition and ready for use?
15.11. Do you have eyewash facilities and a quick drench shower within the work area where employees are exposed to injurious corrosive materials?
15.12. Are adequate work procedures, protective clothing and equipment provided and used when cleaning up spilled toxic or otherwise hazardous materials or liquids?
16.1. Are pallet racks in good condition and securely braced to the floor and or wall?
16.2. Is material stored on elevated surfaces piled, stacked, or racked in a manner to prevent it from tipping, falling, collapsing, rolling, or spreading during storage?
16.3. Is product stored above 12’ secured to rack or pallet?
16.4. Is compressed cardboard secured to pallets and stored no more than two pallets high?
16.5. Is there cargo placed on top of covered bag carts or other unsafe places (tug hoods or top) for transport?
16.6. Are dock boards or bridge plates used when transferring materials between truck and docks?
16.7. Are trucks and trailers secured from movement during loading and unloading operations?
17.1. Are trucks and trailers secured from movement during loading and unloading operations?
17.2. Is MSDS access information available to all Employees? Select a random employee and request they locate MSDS on SWALife
17.3. Are all containers of chemicals labeled to identify their contents and associated hazards?
17.4. Are 3E company phone number labels and posters visibly displayed in all work areas (break rooms, offices, ticket counters and telephone receivers)?
18.1. Do employees follow universal precautions to prevent contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials?
18.2. Are engineering and work practice controls implemented before personal protective equipment is used?
18.3. Is personal protective equipment such as gloves, gowns, laboratory coats, face shields or masks, and eye protection provided free to persons potentially exposed to bloodborne pathogens?
18.4. Are employees familiar with the location, supplies and disposal procedures for BBP waste?
18.5. Are BBP clean-up kits readily available?
18.6. Are BBP Incident and Exposure checklists readily available in the work area?
19.1. Are proper body mechanics displayed while loading and unloading the aircraft?
19.2. Are "HEAVY" tags available at sky cap locations to identify heavy luggage.
19.3. Do Agents use "HEAVY" tags to notify Ramp Employees of heavy baggage or other objects?
19.4. Is a trash dumping unit available and used at the dumpster site?(Provo Station Only)
19.5. Are anti-fatigue mats located at each fixed position and around carousel as needed?
19.6. Is the carousel or belt height between 29 and 33 inches?
19.7. Are Bag wells two inches higher or the same height as the bag belt?
19.8. Do Agents display proper body positioning while lifting bags or other heavy objects?
19.9. Are keyboards properly positioned in the neutral position and close to the Agent to reduce wrist fatigue?
19.10. Are height adjustable flat panel monitors and keyboard trays adjusted to the appropriate height and neutral position of the agent?
19.11. Are bags stacked to a maximum height of no more than approximately one bag level above the top rail of bag carts?
19.12. Do Agents display proper body positioning while seated at their desk/cubicle?
19.13. Are Personnel Transfer Kits (PTK) available in each jet bridge (or other easily accessible location) for Employee use as a material handling aid when transferring special needs Customers?
20.1. Has annual SET Training and required Forklift Training been conducted or scheduled for the current year?
20.2. Are forklifts equipped with seatbelts and working horn?
20.3. Are Employees observed wearing seatbelts while operating forklifts?
20.4. Is there a capacity, operation and maintenance instruction placard on each forklift?
20.5. Parking brake on each forklift is sufficient enough to prevent the vehicle from moving when left unattended?
20.6. Are wheel chocks available for the use of trucks to prevent them from rolling while they are boarded with PITs?
20.7. Are forklifts maintained in a clean condition and free from dust, oil or grease build-up on vital vehicle components?
20.8. Is the laminated Forklift Operator's Daily Checklist attached to each vehicle and clearly indicates that an inspection was completed for that current shift of operation, or at the end of the last shift of operation.
20.9. Are all dock doors closed when not in use or when a truck is parked and unloading?
21.1. Are the ice machines cleaned on the inside and outside on a regular basis and those cleanings documented?
21.2. Are signs posted near ice machine directing Employees to wash hands prior to handling or bagging ice?
21.3. Are “NO SMOKING” signs posted near the ice machine lemon/ lime room?
21.4. Are ice bags and scoops stored in a sanitary manner including storage of the ice scoop inside of a bag?
21.5. Are ice machine doors are closed when nobody is dispensing ice from the hopper?
21.6. Are the three-compartment sinks, dishwashers or alternative methods in place to clean utensils when required?
21.7. Are the chemical test strips available and used to measure sanitizing solution concentrations?
21.8. Is there a proper sanitation protocol in place for utensils?
21.9. Are the potable water cabinet doors kept closed and latched when not in use?
21.10. Does potable water cabinet have only stainless steel interiors?
21.11. Are the potable water carts and cabinets labeled “Potable Water” or “Drinking Water” in 3 inch letters?
21.12. Are potable water cabinets clean and not used for any supplemental storage of non-related material?
21.13 Are the potable water hoses stored properly and the caps securely attached when not in use?
21.14. Are the potable water hose connections clean and in good condition?
21.15. Are the potable water hoses equipped with rubber disks or other approved devices to protect the nozzle end from contamination from possible contact with the ground or other foreign objects?
21.16. Are the potable water hoses in good condition and free from signs of alga or other biological growth, discoloration, cracks, and/or cuts?
21.17. Are break rooms maintained in a clean and sanitary condition?
21.18. Are the minimum number of toilets and washing facilities provided?
21.19. Are all toilets and washing facilities clean and sanitary?
21.20. Are all areas free from water and/or sewer leaks?
21.21. Are areas around hot water tanks and plumbing free from signs of leaks?
22.1. Are Employees exposed to the hazards created by welding, cutting, brazing, or painting operations protected by personal protective equipment?
22.2. Is the gas content of compressed gas cylinders marked with either the chemical or the trade name of the gas?
22.3. Are cylinders stored in assigned places away from radiators, other sources of heat, stairs, and/or places they will not be knocked over or damaged?
22.4. Are valve protection caps in place and hand-tight except when in use or connected for use?
22.5. Are cylinders, cylinder valves, couplings, regulators, hose and apparatus kept in good condition and free from oily or greasy substances?
22.6. Is care used in handling and storage of cylinders, safety valves, relief valves, etc., to prevent damage?
22.7. Are cylinders kept away from sources of heat?
22.8. Are the cylinders kept away from elevators, stairs, or gangways?
22.9. Are empty cylinders appropriately marked and their valves closed?
22.10. Are signs reading: "DANGER NO SMOKING, MATCHES, OR OPEN LIGHTS," or the equivalent, posted?
22.11. Are cylinders, cylinder valves, couplings, regulators, hoses, and apparatus kept free of oily or greasy substances?
22.12. Unless secured on special trucks, are regulators removed and valve protection caps put in place before moving cylinders?
22.13. Are liquefied gases stored and shipped valve-end up with valve covers in place?
22.14. Are fire watchers assigned when welding or cutting is performed in locations where a serious fire might develop?
22.15. Is it required that eye protection helmets, hand shields, and goggles meet appropriate standards?
23.1. Are cylinders legibly marked to clearly identify the gas contained in them?
23.2. Are compressed gas cylinders stored in areas which are protected from external heat sources such as flame impingement, intense radiant heat, electric arcs, or high temperature lines?
23.3 Are cylinders located or stored in areas where they will not be damaged by passing or falling objects or subject to tampering by unauthorized persons?
23.4. Are cylinders stored or transported in a manner to prevent them from creating a hazard by tipping, falling, or rolling?
23.5. Are valve protectors always placed on cylinders when the cylinders are not in use or connected for use?
23.6. Compressed air systems have pressure reduced to 30 PSI and are not used
for cleaning clothing?
24.4. Are Equipment Out of Service tags (SAM 449) available to all Employees and used to initiate a repair request?
24.5. Seat belt worn by operator?
24.3. Are all Industrial vehicles inspected once daily to ensure all Safety equipment is operational (every 24-hours) prior to each shift?
24.6. Are only authorized (trained) personnel permitted to operate industrial vehicles?
24.7. Is it prohibited to fuel an internal combustion engine with a flammable liquid while the engine is running?
24.8. Are fueling operations done in such a manner that likelihood of spillage will be minimal?
24.9. Is smoking prohibited in the vicinity of fueling operations?
24.1. Do employees who operate vehicles on public thoroughfares have valid operator's licenses?
24.2. Are vehicles used to transport employees equipped with lamps, brakes, horns, mirrors, windshields, and turn signals in good repair?
25.1. Are the OSHA or State-required posters, including Worker's Compensation, displayed in common areas within the workplace (i.e., 5-in-1 poster)?
25.2. Is the OSHA 300A SUMMARY form is posted for Employee review from February 1st through May 1st of each year?
25.3. Are Local Emergency contacts and phone numbers current and posted near the telephones?
25.4. Are Safety Reporting System (SRS) postings visible in the workplace and do the Employees understand how to submit an SR if needed?
25.5. Is HAZMAT signage (WN929) posted and visible at the Ticket Counter, Skycap Cargo and gate podiums?
26.1. Are renovation areas in occupied buildings isolated so that dust and debris is confined to the renovation or construction area?
26.2. Have employees been notified at least 24 hours in advance, or promptly in emergency situations, of work to be performed on the building that may introduce air contaminants into their work area?