General Conditions (Subpart C, E, hazardous communication, first aid)

  • Is all scrap lumber with protruding nails set aside, away from work area?

  • Are all labels on chemicals intact and legible?

  • Are containers holding chemicals also labeled?

  • Is the closest first aid kit fully stocked?

  • Is the closest eyewash/ emergency shower clear and functioning?

Housekeeping (29 CFR 1926.25)

  • Are there any damages (dents, scuffs) to the tools?

  • Is the insulation around the cords on power tools sealed and free from lacerations?

  • Is there any rust/ excess grease on the tools?

  • Are vents clear from debris?

  • Are tools being stored in assigned drawers, cabinets, or shelves?

Trenching and Excavation (29 CFR 1926.651)

  • Is there a ladder, stairway, or ramp in all trenching excavations over 4ft. deep?

  • Have all sewage pipes and power lines been identified and marked?

  • Has trenching excavation site been tested for atmospheric contaminants (before entering)?

  • Are all materials and equipment placed a minimum of 2ft. away from excavation?

  • Are all crosswalks crossing over excavation secured?

Fall Protection (29 CFR 1926.502)

  • Are all connectors drop-forged, pressed, and formed steel?

  • Horizontal life lines are in use?

  • Are anchors being installed independently from other anchors?

  • Are warning line systems and warning signs in place near the roofs edge?

  • While working on a roof, is a competent safety monitor present?

Struck by Hazards [29 CFR 1926.451(h)]

  • Are all required employees wearing hard hats?

  • Are materials being properly stacked as to avoid a collapse or falling?

  • Are toe boards and debris nets in place and intact?

  • Are all tools being secured when working at heights as to avoid dropping them?

  • Have tools (saws and lathes) been inspected for proper guards?

Electrical Hazards (29 CFR 1926.403)

  • Is all electrical equipment securely mounted?

  • Are all disconnecting means and circuits?

  • Is there 3 inches of overhead clearance?

  • Is all electrical equipment stored in secure cabinets or other forms of closure?

  • Does all PPE follow NFPA 70E?

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