• Floors are free of slip/trip hazards

  • Machine guards in place, not damaged

  • Handrails in place, secure,not damaged

  • No loose or exposed electrical wires

  • Proper storage of hazardous materials

  • Fire protection equipment accessible/in service clear 36 in

  • Waste disposed of properly

  • Ladders climbing equipment safe condition

  • Electrical plugs safe condition

  • Electrical cabinets closed/ 30 in clearance in front

  • All chemicals have GHS label

  • Eye wash / Emergency Showers accessible and marked

  • Lockout properly utilized

  • Proper tools available and in good condition

  • Are people in the line of fire

  • Is the proper PPE being used

  • Safety glasses

  • Safety shoes

  • Hearing protection

  • Hard hat

  • Googles

  • Face shield

  • Knee pads

  • Fall protection

  • Gloves

  • Respirator

  • Required permits

  • Confined spaces

  • Hot work

  • Line break

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