PPE

  • Hardhats worn by all personnel

  • Hard hats inspected free of defects

  • Proper foot wear worn by all personnel

  • Eye protection worn by all personnel

  • Hearing protection worn when necessary

  • Proper breathing apparatus used when necessary

  • Shirts worn at all times

INDIVIDUAL SITE REQUIRMENTS

  • Site clearly marked with address and lot number

  • Site clearly marked with CAZ

  • Drop zone clearly marked on two story homes

  • Porches more than six feet above grade marked to limit access

  • Fire extinguisher on site and readily available

  • First aid kit on site and fully stocked

  • Rebar and anchor bolts capped

  • Site free of trip hazards

  • Electric cords crossing streets protected by channel

  • GFCI at temp pole provided and tested prior to each shift

  • Competent person on site for each sub contractor/ Volunteer team

  • Subcontractor framing crew Competent person identified

  • Copy of Habitat Wake Written Health and Safety Program on site

POWER TOOLS

  • Instruction given to each Volunteer user on proper use of tool

  • All power tools equipped with operable guards

  • All power tools equipped with proper cords

  • Powder actuated tools used by certified personnel

LADDERS

  • Proper ladder length for task at hand

  • Step ladders used in open and locked position

  • Extension ladders set up properly

  • Extension ladders extend 3 foot above landing point

  • All ladders on job site free from defects

  • Proper ladder climbing technique used

SCAFFOLDING

  • Site built scaffolding in compliance and personnel listed on Pre Frame report

  • Masons scaffolding/ Pipe scaffolding in use

  • Proper base

  • All bracing in place

  • Fully decked working / walking surface

  • Like and kind parts

  • Guard rails and end rails in place

  • Proper distance from work surface

  • Min. 10' from over head electrical lines

  • Provided access to working platform

GUARD RAILS

  • Guard rails erected per engineers drawing at hoist area, open to below areas and at stairs. Top rail at 42" Mis rail at 21" and Toe guard 3 1/2" high

  • Stairs set prior to any work starting on second floor

  • Bars on windows or door openings at 42" above floor area when more than 6' above lower level

FALL PROTECTION

  • PFAS used when no other form of fall protection is provided

  • Safe zone clearly marked at 6' from leading edge

  • PFAS properly used

  • PFAS inspected daily

EXCAVATIONS

  • Ditch depth 5 ft. Or deeper sloped or sheilded

  • Escape ladder less than 25 ft. From worker in ditch

  • Spoils 2 ft. Or greater back from edge of ditch

  • All trenches clearly marked as hazardous areas

  • Utilities located prior to digging

  • Traffic controled

HAZ COM

  • Flammable liquids stored in metal cans and marked as to contents

  • All flammable and toxic materials properly labeled

  • MSDS on site

MATERIAL HANDLING

  • Fork lift operators certified

  • Boom truck operators certified

  • Boom truck operators check list complete

  • Back up alarms functioning on all equipment

  • Swing radius cordend off

  • Proper hoisting equipment inspected and used

  • Signal person competent in task

  • Rigger competent in task

  • Boom truck set up on stable ground

  • Proper truss setting techniques used per Habitat Wale Written Fall protection Plan

VOLUNTEERS BREFING

  • Each group breaded on Safety Procedures for their tasks

  • PPE provided to each volunteer

  • All volunteers have signed in and provided emergency phone number

  • All volunteers have signed Release Agreement

  • Parental or Guardian Consent Form signed for volunteers under the age of 16

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