• Document No.

  • Client / Site

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Location
  • Personnel

Safety Performance Evaluation

Safety Results

  • Has the site had any OSHA citations since last audit?

  • Has the site had any lost time injuries since last audit?

  • Has the site had any recordable injuries since last audit?

  • Has the site needed to file any incidents since last audit?

OSHA Focused Inspection Hazards

  • All fall hazards are mitigated (e.g. floors, platforms, roofs, etc.) ?

  • All struck by hazards are mitigated (traffic, equipment, swing radius, falling objects, etc.) ?

  • All caught in or between hazards are mitigated (e.g. cave ins, unguarded equipment, etc.) ?

  • All electrical hazards are mitigated (e.g. live work, arc flash, lockout/tagout, etc.) ?

Recordkeeping and Incident Investigation

Site Specific Documentation

  • Hard copy of Site Specific Safety Plan is on site?

  • All points of contact are identified?

  • Means of nearest emergency medical treatment and contact information are identified?

  • Evacuation routes, emergency routes, and gather points are identified and specific to site?

  • Scope of work, hazards, and associated controls are identified? Specific to the site?

  • All contracted workers on-site have signed-in? (General contractor has received company roster for the day)

  • Any air quality hazards have had a "control" air sample performed to establish the required controls (if any)?

  • Any special hazardous or toxic handling job requirements have been identified?

  • Identify the specific hazard or toxic handling and/or job activity:

Contractor Documentation

  • Contractor(s) have submitted thier site specific safety plan?

  • Training documentation for contractors on site is available?

  • Contractors have a JHA completed for the scope of work?

  • The whole crew has signed off?

Subpart C: General Safety and Health Provisions

1926.20 General Health and Safety Provisions

  • Frequent and regular inspections are conducted of jobsite?

  • Unsafe equipment in use or available for use?

  • Only qualified employees are allowed to operate equipment and machinery?

1926.21 Safety Training and Education

  • Employees are instructed in the avoidance of unsafe conditions and the regulations that apply to their work environment?

  • On job sites with harmful plants or animals, employees are instructed on how to avoid or control?

1926.25 Housekeeping

  • Form and scrap lumber along with other debris is kept from work areas, passageways, stairs and in and around buildings and structures?

  • Cords and hoses are routed out of walkways or are placed so as to minimize the trip hazard?

  • Containers are provided for the collection of waste and debris?

  • Are there any housekeeping deficiencies that create a hazard?

1926.34 Means of Egress

  • In every building or structure exits are free and unobstructed at all times while occupied?

  • Exits are marked with visible signage?

Subpart D: Occupational Health and Environmental Controls

1926.50 Medical Services and First Aid

  • Arrangements have been made for medical attention in the case of an emergency?

  • In the absence of a reasonable accessible clinic or hospital, employees trained in first aid and cpr are available on the job?

  • First aid supplies are easily accessible?

  • First aid kits are maintained with minimum amount of equipment necessary to respond to reasonable anticipated injuries?

  • Where corrosive materials are used, drenching and flushing facilities are provided in the work area?

1926.51 Sanitation

  • An adequate supply of potable water is provided in the work area?

  • Toilets are provided for employees?

  • Eating and drinking are not allowed in toxic areas?

  • Change rooms are provided for employees working with toxic materials?

1926.52 Noise

  • Protection against noise is provided and/or being used when necessary?

1926.54 Non-ionizing radiation

  • Only qualified employees install, operate or adjust laser equipment?

  • Employees wearing anti-laser eye protection when working with or around lasers with greater than 5 milliwatts of power?

1926.55 Gases, Vapors, Fumes, Dusts, and Mists

  • Exposure above any of the OSHA PEL's is avoided? Data exists to show employee level of exposure?

  • Engineering and administrative controls are implemented when feasible prior to utilizing PPE from potential exposures?

1926.59 Hazard Communication (1910.1200)

  • Hazcom program established and is in use?

  • Hazcom program is included or referenced in site safety plan?

1926.62 Lead

  • Employees are not exposed over the PEL?

  • An exposure assessment to lead has been conducted?

  • Full shift personal samples have been conducted?

  • Respiratory protection is adequate for the work to be conducted?

  • When work methods cause exposure above the PEL, protective clothing such as coveralls, gloves, shoes etc. are provided?

  • All surfaces are maintained as free as possible from accumulation of lead?

  • Change areas are provided where employees are exposed over the PEL?

  • Showers are provided where feasible, when employees are exposed over the PEL?

  • Medical surveillance is provided for employees exposed over the AI for over 30 days in a 12 month period?

  • All exposed employees have been trained?

  • Signage is posted where exposures to lead above the PEL exist?

1926.65 HAZWOPER

  • A preliminary evaluation has been completed by a qualified person before site entry?

  • All hazards have been identified in detailed survey?

  • Employees performing work with hazardous waste have a minimum 40hr HAZWOPER training?

Subpart E: Criteria for PPE

1926.95 Criteria for PPE

  • PPE is being provided and/or worn for all hazards where PPE is necessary?

1926.96 Foot Protection

  • Safety toe foot wear worn when required and meets ANSI standards (ASTM) ?

1926.100 Head Protection

  • Hardhats are worn when exposed to impact, falling debris, or electrical hazards?

1926.102 Eye and Face Protection

  • Eye and face protection is worn when hazards exist?

  • Eye protection with shading per the OSHA standard for welding and cutting is worn?

1926.103 Respiratory Protection

  • Employees needing to wear respirators have been medically evaluated?

  • Employees needing to wear a respirator have been fit tested?

  • Selection of the respirator type and cartridges, if applicable, is based on air monitoring data or other scientific means?

  • Employees wearing tight fitting facepieces have no facial hair between the facepiece and the face?

  • Respirators are cleaned after each use?

  • Respirators are stored in a clean, dry, location in a tight enclosure?

1926.106 Working Over or Near Water

  • Employees working over or near water are wearing Coast Guard approved life jackets?

  • Life jackets are inspected before each use and are in good condition?

  • Ring buoys with at least 90 feet of line are available every 200 feet of exposure?

  • At least one lifesaving skiff is available when working over or near water where a drowning hazard exists?

Subpart F: Fire Protection and Prevention

1926.150 Fire Protection

  • Access to firefighting equipment is maintained at all times?

  • A 10B fire extinguisher is provided within 50 feet of wherever more than 5 gallons of flammable or combustible liquid or 5 pounds of flammable gas are being used on the jobsite?

  • Fire extinguishers have monthly inspection and annual verification ring?

1926.151 Fire Prevention

  • Smoking is prohibited near fire hazards and signage is posted?

  • Flammables and combustibles are not stored near sources of heat that could cause a fire or explosion?

1926.152 Flammable and Combustible Liquids

  • Safety cans are used for the storage of flammables?

  • Flammables are stored in a location that is 35ft away from any combustibles, or stored in a flammable cabinet?

  • No more than 25 gallons of a flammable is stored inside or placed inside a flammable storage cabinet?

1926.154 Temporary Heating Devices

  • Adequate ventilation is provided for the safety of employees?

  • Temporary heaters are installed with at least 12 inches of clearance to each side if circulating type or 36 inches if radiant type or per manufacturers recommendations?

Subpart G and MUTCD: Signs, Signals, and Barricades

1926.200 Accident Prevention Signs and Tags

  • Danger signs are used where immediate hazards exist?

  • Caution signs are used to warn against potential hazards?

  • Accident prevention tags are used as a temporary means to warn an employee of an existing hazard (e.g. defective tools) ?

  • Exit signs are lettered in 6 inch high, 3/4 inch stroke in red against white backing?

  • Traffic signs are posted in construction areas at the point of hazard?

  • All traffic signs meet the MUTCD standard?

1926.201 Signaling

  • Signaling by flaggers and their warning garments are in compliance with the MUTCD standard?

1926.202 Barricades

  • Barricades for the protection of employees meet the MUTCD standard?

Subpart H: Material Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal

1926.250 General Requirements for Storage

  • All material is stored, tiered, and/or stacked to prevent tipping or collapse?

  • Aisles and passageways are clear?

  • Non-compatible materials are segregated?

  • Trash and debris are removed/contained?

1926.251 Rigging Equipment for Material Handling

  • Rigging is inspected prior to use and defective equipment is removed from service?

  • All rigging equipment has a permanently affixed and legible label/tag?

  • Rigging equipment is being used within its limits and as intended?

  • Rigging equipment not in use is placed into storage?

Subpart I: Tools - Hand and Power

1926.300 General Requirements

  • All hand and power tools are maintained in a safe condition?

  • All hand and power tools are being properly used as intended by manufacturer?

  • All tools that are designed to accommodate a guard are being used with their guards?

  • Machines designed for a fixed location are anchored?

  • Bench grinders have their work rest adjusted to within 1/8 inch and tongue guard within 1/4 inch?

1926.301 Hand Tools

  • Impact tools such as drift pins, chisels, and wedges do not have mushroomed heads?

  • All wooden handles are free of splinters and cracks and are tight in the tool?

1926.302 Power Operated Tools

  • All electric operated tools are either double insulated or grounded?

  • Pneumatic tools are secured to the hose by some positive means like a chicago fitting with clip and hose whip?

  • Compressed air is not used for cleaning except where reduced to less than 30psi and appropriate PPE is used?

  • All air hoses over 1/2'' have check valves in case of failure?

  • Hydraulic equipment has visible ratings and are not exceeded?

  • Employees operating powder actuated tools are trained?

  • Table saws are guarded and have kick back devices?

  • Power equipment has anti-restart devices?

1926.305 Jacks

  • The manufacturers rated capacity is legibly marked and is not exceeded?

  • Adequate blocking is provided beneath the jack to distribute the weight?

  • Where slippage could occur between the metal cap and the load a wood block is used?

  • <br>Loads are blocked and cribbed once lifted into place?<br>

1926.306 Air Receivers

  • Every air receiver is equipped with a pressure gauge and safety valve?

  • Air receivers are constructed in accordance with the ASME standard?

1926.307 Mechanical Power Transmission Apparatus

  • All power transmission devices such as fly wheels, pulleys, etc. are fully guarded?

Subpart J: Welding and Cutting

1926.350 Gas Welding and Cutting

  • Valve protection caps are in place while transporting, moving or in storage?

  • Cylinders are hoisted on a rack?

  • A suitable steadying device is in place to keep cylinders from being knocked over?

  • Oxygen cylinders are separated from fuel cylinders a minimum of 30' or a 5' high 1/2 hour rated fire wall?

  • Cylinders are in a location where hot slag and sparks will not fall on them?

  • Before regulators are placed on cylinders they are cracked slightly to blow out any debris?

  • Fuel gas cylinders are not opened more than 1 and 1/2 turns and a special wrench is on the bottle in case of emergency?

  • Hoses are kept clear of passageways and stairways?

  • Torch tips are cleared with suitable cleaning wires or other devices designed for the purpose?

  • Torches are lit with friction lighters?

  • Regulators and gauges are in proper working order to include having their covers, bezels?

  • Oxygen cylinders and all fittings are kept away form grease and oils?

1926.351 Arc Welding and Cutting

  • All cables are fully insulated and capable of withstanding the maximum current requirements of the welder?

  • No cable repairs within 10' of the holder?

  • Connector lugs are rated for the ampacity and are fully insulated and make full contact with each other?

1926.352 Fire Prevention

  • Welding shall be conducted in a safe location or equipment is protected with rated fire blankets?

  • Suitable fire extinguishing equipment is immediately available?

  • If normal fire prevention precautions are not adequate a trained fire watch is assigned?

1926.353 Ventilation and Protection in Welding, Cutting, and Heating

  • When necessary, mechanical ventilation is sufficient to keep exposure levels below the<br>PEL's?<br>

  • Mechanical ventilation is provided when welding, cutting or heating in confined spaces?

  • A lifeline is attached to the wearer while welding, cutting or heating in confined spaces?

  • Mechanical or local exhaust ventilation is used when welding on zinc, lead, cadmium, chromium bearing materials in an enclosed space?

1926.354 Welding, Cutting, and Heating in the way of Preservative Coatings

  • Toxic coating are removed a distance of at least 4" of area of application?

Subpart K: Electrical

1926.403 General Requirements

  • All electrical equipment are free from recognized hazards?

  • All electrical equipment and device are used in accordance with their listing and labeling?

  • All electrical equipment have their labels intact?

  • All electrical equipment has sufficient access, minimum 30" wide, 36" out and<br>6'3" high?

1926.404 Wiring Design and Protection

  • GFCI's are used on all 120v outlets?

  • Generators are grounded when needed in accordance with the standard?

1926.405 Wiring Methods, Components, and Equipment for General Use

  • Flexible cords and cables are only used where allowed? Pendants, wiring of fixtures, portable lamps or appliances, elevator cables, cranes and hoists, frequently interchanged equipment, or to prevent transmission of noise or vibration.

  • All metal raceways are electrically continuous?

  • Temporary wiring is installed in accordance with its listing and labeling and protected from damage where necessary?

  • Temporary lighting circuits are separate from other branch circuits?

  • Flexible cords and cables to include extension cords are protected from damage?

  • Extension cords are rated for hard or extra hard usage, and rated for the environment they are being used in?

  • Wires and cables entering boxes have strain relief devices and any unused openings are plugged?

1926.406 Specific Purpose Equipment and Installations

  • A disconnecting means is provided for welders when an integral switch is not part of the welder?

1926.416 General Requirements (Work Practices)

  • No employee is working on or around live energy unless effectively guarded?

  • Employees are using insulated gloves while using handtools for digging around underground powerlines, when the exact location is not known?

  • Worn or frayed cords and cables are not used?

  • Extension cords are not fastened with staples, hung from nails or suspended by wire?

1926.417 Lockout / Tagout

  • Equipment and circuits have been rendered inoperative and have an isolating device and lock(s) and/or tag(s) attached?

Subpart L: Scaffolds and Aerial Lifts

1926.451 General Requirements

  • Each scaffolding is capable of supporting its own weight and 4x the maximum intended load?

  • Suspended scaffolding suspension ropes is capable of supporting at least 6x the maximum intended load?

  • Scaffolds are designed and constructed by a qualified person in accordance with that design?

1926.451(b) Scaffold Platforms

  • Each working platform is fully decked?

  • Each platform has no opening greater than<br>1" between planks?<br>

  • Each scaffold platform is at least 18"wide? Except for ladder jack, roof bracket or<br>pump jack scaffolds may be 12"<br>

  • Each scaffold face is no greater than 14" from the face of work?

  • Each end of a platform unless cleated or tied extends over the centerline of its support by at least 6" but no greater than<br>12" if 10' or less in length? Or no greater than 18" if greater than 10' in length?<br>

  • Scaffold platforms overlap at least 12" over a support or are secured from movement?

  • Scaffolds where the platform changes direction, any platform that rests on a bearer at other than a right angle is laid first?

1926.451(c) Supported Scaffolds

  • Supported scaffolds with a height to base ratio of more than 4:1 is be restrained from tipping in accordance with the standard?

  • Supported scaffolds bear on base plates and mud sills?

  • Footings for scaffolds are level, sound, rigid and capable of supporting the loaded<br>scaffold without displacement?

  • Unstable objects are not used to support scaffolds, nor on top of scaffolds?

Subpart M: Fall Protection

1926.501 Duty to have fall protection

  • Employees are not exposed from fall of 6' or greater?

  • Employees are protected from falling into or tripping on holes?

  • Is the hole adequately covered and have hazard identification (ex: "Caution: Hole") attached?

  • Employees are protected from falling through wall openings?

  • Employees are protected from falling objects by toe boards, nets, canopies or are barricaded?

1926.502(b) Guardrails

  • Guardrails are 42" in height plus or minus<br>3"?<br>

  • Midrails are 21" in height?

  • Guardrails can withstand 200 lbs of force outward or downward?

  • Access points either have a gate or are offset so as to not allow direct access?

1926.502(d) Personal Fall Arrest System

  • Lifelines are designed, installed and used under the direction of a qualified person?

  • Anchorages are rated for 5000lb per person?

  • Anchorages are designed to not allow a person to fall greater than 6' nor hit a lower level?

  • PFAS equipment is inspected and in good repair?

1926.502(e) Positioning Device Systems

  • Employees are rigged so that they can fall no greater than 2'?

Subpart O: Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment and Marine Operations

1926.600 Equipment

  • Equipment left unattended at night , adjacent to the highway is lit or has reflectors?

  • Heavy equipment, machinery or parts thereof that are suspended by slings, hoists or jacks is blocked prior to employees<br>going underneath?<br>

  • Whenever equipment is parked the parking brake is set? Equipment parked on an incline has the wheels chocked as well?

  • All cab glass is safety glass and free of defects?

1926.601 Motor Vehicles

  • Equipment with an obstructed rear view, either has a reverse signal alarm or an observer?

  • All lights, brakes, and warning signals are operational?

  • All vehicles are inspected at the beginning of the shift?

1926.602 Material Handling Equipment

  • Seat-belts are in use?

  • Audible alarms are provided on all equipment?

  • Employees have certificates of training for powered industrial trucks?

1926.603 Pile Driving Equipment

  • Overhead protection is provided for the operator?

  • Stop blocks are provided to prevent the hammer from being pulled into the head block?

1926.605 Marine Operations and Equipment

  • Safe access to the barge is provided?

  • Decks are maintained in a safe condition?<br>

  • A 30" life ring with not less than 90' of line is attached?

  • Employees working on unguarded decks of barges are wearing US coast guard approved life vests?

Subpart P: Excavations

1926.651 Specific Excavation Requirements

  • All surface encumbrances are removed or supported?

  • Digsafe or the equivalent has been called to provide location of underground installations?

  • Access is provided when trenches are greater than 4' in depth?

  • Employees exposed to vehicle traffic are wearing reflective vests?

  • Employees are protected from falling debris?

  • Procedures are followed if there is a chance of a hazardous atmosphere?

  • Employees do not work in excavations where water is or has accumulated or adequate precautions have been taken?

  • Daily inspections of the excavation are conducted?

1926.652 Requirements for protective Systems

  • Employees in any excavation 5' or greater in depth are protected by sloping, or support systems?

  • Soil has been classified by a recognized method?

  • Sloping methods if used are in compliance with the angle of repose for type of soil?

  • Trench boxes if used have ratings on site and are used in accordance with the manufacturer requirements?

Subpart Q: Concrete and Masonry Construction

1926.701 General Requirements

  • Construction loads are not placed on a concrete structure unless capable of supporting loads?

  • All protruding steel into or into which employees can fall is guarded?

  • Employees are minimized to only those needed during post tensioning operations?

  • Concrete buckets are routed to minimize overhead exposures?

1926.702 Requirements for Equipment and Tools

  • Power concrete trowels are equipped with a switch so that it automatically shuts off if<br>the employee let's go?<br>

  • Masonry saws are guarded?

  • During any operation that creates silica dust engineering controls, administrative controls, and PPE are used (in that order)?

1926.703 Requirements for Cast in Place Concrete

  • Formwork is designed, installed and braced to support the load?

  • Reinforcing steel is supported to prevent overturning?

  • Measures are taken when using mesh to prevent it from coiling?

  • Formwork shall not be removed until the concrete has gained sufficient strength?

1926.704 Requirements for Pre-cast Concrete

  • Precast is adequately supported to prevent overturning?

  • Lifting hardware is capable of lifting 5x the maximum intended load applied?

1926.706 Requirements for Masonry Construction

  • A limited access zone is constructed for the height of the wall plus four feet, prior to the start of the wall?

  • Masonry walls over 8' are adequately braced from overturning?

Subpart R: Steel Erection

1926.750 Steel Erection Requirements

  • Concrete has reached 75% compressive design strength design before placing steel?

  • A firm, properly graded, drained<br>area, readily accessible is provided for safe storage and the crane for steel erection activities?<br>

  • Structural stability is maintained at all times during the erection process?

  • Due to the tripping hazard, shear connectors are not installed until decking is in place?

Subpart T: Demolition

1926.850 Demolition Requirements

  • A plan is in place to ensure structural stability during demolition?

  • A survey has been performed to identify any hazardous substances i.e. asbestos, pcb, lead etc.?

Subpart U: Blasting and Use of Explosives

1926.900 Blasting and Explosive Use Requirements

  • Smoking, matches, open flames, heat producing sparks are prohibited while handling explosives?

  • Empty boxes and packings are destroyed by burning at an approved location?

  • The code for blasting signals is prominently posted.

Subpart X: Stairways and Ladders

1926.1051 General Requirements

  • A stairway or ladder is provided at all points of access where there is a break in<br>elevation of 19" or more?<br>

1926.1052 Stairways

  • Stairs are installed between 30 and 50 degrees?

  • Riser height or tread depth do not vary greater than 1/4"?

  • Where doors or gates open directly onto a stairway, a platform is provided that leaves<br>a platform width outside of the swing radius of at least 20"?<br>

  • Slippery conditions on stairways are eliminated before use?

  • Stairs having more than 4 risers or rising greater than 30" are equipped with at least one handrail or guardrail on each unprotected side?

  • Stairrails are at least 36" in height measured in line with the riser?

  • Midrails are provided so that no opening greater than 19" exists?

  • Stairrails will withstand at least 200 pounds of downward or outward pressure?

1926.1053 Ladders

  • All job made ladders comply with the ANSI<br>standard?<br>

  • Ladders used to access other levels, extend at least 36" above the landing surface or another grab bar type mechanism exists?

  • Ladders are only used for their intended purpose?

  • Ladders are used on a stable and level surface or secured from movement?

  • The area around the top and bottom of the ladder are kept clear?

  • The top or top step of a stepladder is not used as a step?

  • The crossbracing on the back of a ladder is not used unless designed for such purpose?

  • Ladders are inspected by a competent person for defects?

  • Ladders with defects are removed from service and marked "Do Not Use" or discarded?

Subpart CC: Cranes and Derricks

  • Is there a Crane on-site?

1926.1402 Ground Conditions

  • Equipment is not assembled or used unless ground conditions are firm, drained, and<br>graded to a sufficient extent so that, in<br>conjunction (if necessary) with the use of<br>supporting materials, the equipment manufacturer's specifications for adequate support and degree of level of the equipment are met?<br>

1926.1404 Assemble and Disassembly

  • Assembly/dis assembly is directed by a person who meets the criteria for both a competent person and a qualified person, or by a competent person who is assisted by one or more qualified persons?

  • When pins (or similar devices) are being removed, employees are not under the boom, jib, or other components?

1926.1408 Power Line Safety (up to 350 kV) Equipment Operations

  • The work zone is identified by either:Demarcating boundaries (such as with flags, or a device such as a range limit<br>device or range control warning device) and prohibiting the operator from operating the equipment past those boundaries, or Defining the work zone as the area 360 degrees around the equipment, up to the equipment's maximum working radius.<br>

  • If any part of the equipment, load line or load (including rigging and lifting accessories), if operated up to the equipment's maximum working radius in<br>the work zone, could get closer than 20 feet to a power line. If so, the line is de- energized and locked out or, 20' clearance<br>is maintained or the voltage is known and clearnces are maintained in accordance with the tables.

1926.1412 Inspections

  • Upon completion of assembly, the equipment is inspected by a qualified person to assure that it is configured in accordance with manufacturer equipment criteria?

  • A competent person conducts a visual inspection prior to each shift the equipment is used, and is completed before or during that shift? This includes wire rope.

  • Ground conditions around the equipment for proper support, including ground settling under and around outriggers/ stabilizers and supporting foundations, ground water accumulation, or similar<br>conditions are inspected prior to the start of work and during the shift?<br>

  • Monthly Inspections are documented and kept for three months? This includes wire rope.<br>

  • Annual inspections are documented and kept for one year? This includes wire rope.

1926.1415 Safety Devices

  • The crane has the following safety devices: Level indicator, boom stop, jib stop, brakes with a locking mechanism and an operating horn?

1926.1416 Operational Aids

  • The crane is equipped with operational aids: boom angle indicator, two-blocking device, boom length indicator, hydraulic,, load moment device, outrigger indicator, and drum rotation sensor?

1926.1417 Operation

  • The procedures applicable to the operation of the equipment, including rated capacities (load charts), recommended operating speeds, special hazard warnings, instructions, and operator's manual, are readily available in the cab at all times for use by the operator?

  • The equipment is not operated in excess of its rated capacity?

  • The boom or other parts of the crane do not contact any obstruction?

  • The equipment is not used to drag or pull loads sideways?

  • Neither the load nor the boom are lowered below the point where less than two full wraps of rope remain on their respective drums?

  • Traveling with a load is prohibited if the practice is prohibited by the manufacturer?

  • Equipment is not operated without the counterweight or ballast in place as specified by the manufacturer?

1926.1419-1422 Signals

  • A qualified signal person is provided when necessary?

  • The crane operator can clearly see the signal person or other alternatives are provided?

  • Only one person is providing hand signals?

  • Each voice signal contains the following three elements, given in the following order: function (such as hoist, boom, etc.), direction; distance and/or speed; function, stop command?

  • Hand signal charts are either posted on the equipment or conspicuously posted in the vicinity of the hoisting operations?

1926.1423 Fall Protection

  • For assembly/disassembly work, fall protection equipment for employees who are on a walking/working surface with an unprotected side or edge more than 15 feet above a lower level, except when the employee is at or near draw-works (when the equipment is running), in the cab, or on the deck is used?

1926.1424 Work Area Control

  • The swing radius is protected by a warning line or adequate signage and training?

  • Employees are not allowed in the swing radius without permission from the crane operator?

1926.1425 Keeping Clear of the Load

  • While the operator is not moving a suspended load, no employee is within the fall zone, except for employees:Engaged in hooking, unhooking or guiding a load; Engaged in the initial attachment of the<br>load to a component or structure; or Operating a concrete hopper or concrete bucket.<br>

  • If employees are in a fall zone a means of protecting against accidental displacement is used i.e. safety latches or wiring in the load?

  • Materials are rigged by a qualified rigger?

1926.1427 Operator Qualifications

  • The crane operator is certified for the equipment they are operating?

1926.1431 Hoisting Personnel

  • A personnel platform meeting all the OSHA<br>rules is used?<br>

  • Equipment is within 1 degree of level and outriggers are locked in their fully extended position?

  • Equipment is within 50% of its capacity at any range used?

  • A trial lift is conducted?

  • A pre-lift meeting is conducted at each new location and for any newly assigned employees?

1926.1432 Multiple Crane Lifts

  • A plan is in place for any multiple crane picks?

  • A meeting has been held to discuss the multiple crane picks?

1926.1437 Floating cranes/derricks and land cranes/derricks on barges.

  • Barge, pontoon, vessel or other means of flotation list and trim device. The safety device is located in the cab or, when there is no cab, at the operator's station?

  • A competent person has determined if wind is a factor that needs to be<br>considered; if wind needs to be considered, a wind speed and direction indicator is used?<br>

  • Barges are inspected on a daily basis?

  • An annual inspection of the barge has been conducted?

  • The crane is attached to the barge?

  • The barges have subdivided hulls?


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