Location of inspection
1. Is the current year Occupational Safety and Health Act poster posted (all U.S. locations)?
2. Is the OSHA log (form 300) maintained (all U.S. locations)?
3. Are safety meetings held per company policy?
4. Are running, horse play and unsafe working habits prohibited?
5. Is the current safety material posted on neatly maintained boards?
6. Is the office entrance, and yard area tidy and clean?
7. Are aisles and dock edges marked and kept clear?
8. Are materials in process and finished products neatly stored?
9. Are rubbish containers provided and used (waste baskets in safe position)?
10. Is lighting and ventilation adequate for intended purposes?
11. Is overall condition of building and general maintenance good?
12. Are clean up procedures adequate?
13. Are all exits or exit routes conspicuously indicated and marked?
14. Are non exit doors or passageways so marked, e.g., basement, men's room, ect?
15. Are all exit facilities adequately lighted and clear of obstructions?
16. Do exit doors swing outward?
17. Are stairways we'll lighted with stair treads and handrails in good condition?
18. Are elevated platforms equipped with 42" railing, toe boards and mid rails?
19. Are all ladders marked in good condition (rungs, side rails, safety feet, protective coating, safety rope on extension ladders) and inspected monthly.
20. Is color-coding utilized for identification of hazards, location of safety equipment and special instruction for company policy?
21. Are metal ladders prohibited from use near electrical hazards?
22. Is good house keeping maintained (clean, dry and orderly rooms and work areas, unobstructed passageways, dry floors, free from tripping hazards, waste containers emptied daily.
23. Are safety instructions given to new employees?
24. Is the storm water available for review and current?
25. Shop floors are free of chemical and oil stains?
26. Are mechanical guards in place on all grinders, saws, ect., and in good condition?
27. Are repairs or adjustments prohibited while operating machinery?
28. Do only authorized personnel operate equipment?
29. Are machinery areas clear of obstructions and provided with non slip surfaces?
30. Do equipment operators wear proper clothing?
31. Are all potentially hazardous areas provided with barriers to help eliminate and accident?
32. Is compressed air used for cleaning reduced to less than 30 psi?
33. Is stationary machinery securely anchored to prevent moving?
34. Are all fans less than 7 feet above the floor, protected by guards with openings no greater than 1/2 inch wide?
35. Are all light fixtures that are at 7 foot or lower covered by guards so if hit they will not shatter and hit employees?
36. Are shop power and hand tools in good condition and free of defects?
37. Is high voltage equipment locked up and posted with warning signs?
38. Are all extension cords in good shape, grounding plug present, in good condition and free from all kinds of tape?
39. Is electrical wiring and equipment well supported and protected from mechanical injury?
40. Are all processes, which produce static electricity, grounded to eliminate discharge?
41. Are all covers in place on electrical switches and outlet boxes?
42. Is fixed electrical equipment grounded?
43. Are master electrical control boxes labeled with voltage. Are all inside switches labeled to show equipment they operate to enable quick shut down in case of emergency?
44. Is access to master switch control panels kept clear and unobstructed?
45. Are all overhead wires located at least 6 feet away from any operating equipment?
46. Is all equipment in damp or dusty locations of approved type?
47. Extension cords do not hang from metal structures; pipe, nails, hooks, ladders or scaffolds?
48. No extension cords pass through walls, ceilings, doors, or windows?
49. Extension cords are not subject to vehicular and/or equipment traffic?
50. Are oxygen and acetylene tanks properly stored and chained?
51. Are extinguishers marked for class of use and conspicuously located? Are they easily accessible?
52. Are extinguishers checked on annual basis, recharged or replaced as necessary and tagged accordingly?
53. Are CO2 or dry chemical extinguishers readily available near all welding, painting, oily cleanup or repair and electrical control operations?
54. Are stored items protected against contact heating elements and machinery?
55. Are "No Smoking" signs displayed and enforced in designated areas?
56. Are hose locations conspicuously located and identified?
57. Are solvents with flash points lower than 100 degrees prohibited from use?
58. Are flammables stored in approved flammable storage cabinets?
59. Are large containers of flammable materials stored in separate locations and is only the amount needed brought into the shop in safety containers?
60. Are solvent containers (wash vats) held to a minimum and not used within 25 feet of any open flame?
61. Are all soiled rags stored in metal containers having gravity type automatic closing covers?
62. Is exhaust provided for solvent vapors?
63. Are compressed gas cylinders stored 20ft away from heat sources? (Oxygen and acetylene stored separate by 20ft or by a 5ft high, 1/2 hour rated firewall).
64. Are fire escapes and exit paths clear and accessible? Are exits adequate, well located, marked and clean?
65. Do concrete/steel posts protect fuel tank and pumps from motor vehicles?
66. Is oily waste removed from facility daily?
67. Is all motor vehicle refueling done outside of building?
68. Do qualified maintenance personnel check all heaters yearly?
69. Are attic and platform storage areas clean and free of trash?
70. Is a static discharge wire used when transferring flammable liquids from one container to another?
71. Are all propane cylinders secured and stored?
72. No combustibles materials are stored on top of oxygen and acetylene tanks?
73. Are conveniently placed racks and bins provided for small parts?
74. Are stored materials securely stacked, interlocked, blocked and limited in height to safeguard against collapse?
75. Are floor loading practices on upper floors satisfactory?
76. Is adequate clearance provided for material handling equipment and are clearance signs provided?
77. Do lift trucks have rollover protection, canopy guard, horn, back up alarm and back up lights?
78. Are hand and powered trucks in good conditions?
79. Are acid, caustic chemicals handled properly and protected clothing worn where required?
80. Are all explosive stored in approved magazines and locked by approved method?
81. Are all primer caps kept in separate from explosive magazines?
82. Are all radioactive materials stored and handled according to company, local, state and federal regulations?
83. Do employees utilize proper lifting methods?
84. Is riding forklift truck prohibited without properly designed platform?
85. Are all compressed gas cylinders visually inspected to determine that they are in a safe condition?
86. Are storage areas kept free from accumulation of materials that create hazards from tripping, fire, explosion or pest harborage?
87. Are all forklift, crane and mobile equipment (I.E., front end loader, paddle scraper) operators properly trained? (Records on file)
88. Is first aid given promptly by a trained first aider for all minor injuries?
89. Is a trained first aider available? (This is mandatory)
90. Are addresses and phone numbers of company doctors, ambulance services, fire and police departments posted near phones?
91. CPR kits and Barriers available?
92. Does this location have a practical first aid manual on hand?
93. Are special medical examiners current (I.E., DOT and H2S, physicals and other examinations that may be designated)?
94. Are first aid kits available and supplies properly maintained?
95. Blood Bourne kits available?
96. Is personnel protective equipment maintained in a sanitary and reliable condition?
97. Is face and eye protection used where there is a reasonable probability of injury (threading pipe, cutting wire, grinding, welding and burning)?
98. Is head protection used where there is danger of injury from impact, falling objects or electrical shock?
99. Is foot protection used where is a probability of injury?
100. Is respirator protection used where there is a danger from dust, fog fumes, smoke, vapors, ect?
101. Is respiratory protection equipment properly cleaned after each use and properly stored?
102. Loading and unloading areas clean?
103. Materials and stored equipment covered?
104. Drum storage area under cover?
105. All drums have covers for all holes?
106. Are empty drums disposed of in a timely manner?
107. Empty drums are stored on their sides so no rain can collect in them?
108. Any evidence of erosion or sedimentation?
109. Surface areas clear of potential pollutants and oil stains?
110. Vehicles or equipment adequately maintained?
111. Spill kits on site, stocked and ready for use?
112. Garbage dumpster covered?
113. Metal dumpster free of metal, guns, parts, that have oil or chemical residue?
114. If wash Bay Area outside, is it free of debris and garbage?
115. Radiation storage area secured?
116. Explosive storage area secured?