Are First-Aid Kits accessible and identified?
Are Bloodborne Pathogen kits available?
Are daily logs for First-Aid present and up to date?
Are First-Aid kits inspected weekly?
Are SDS books on-site and available?
Do all employees know where the SDS books are located?
Is a site map available?
Site plan is posted?
Are emergency phone numbers posted?
Are posters located in a conspicuous location?
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Have muster points be established?
Do all employees know the location of muster points?
Has an emergency signal been established?
Are proper exit signs and routes available and posted?
Are Safety Glasses being worn on site?
Are Hard Hats Worn on site?
Have levels of personal protective equipment been established?
Do all employees know their level of protection?
Are there sufficient quantities of PPE on-site?
Has a THA be filled out?
Has the THA been filled out properly?
Has a THA been filled out with thought in each step of the task?
Does the THA cover all task to be performed?
Has the THA been reviewed and signed by each employee?
Is the THA reviewed after lunch and necessary changes made?
Smoking prohibited in restricted areas?
Flammable storage containers available?
Fire extinguisher located near flammable storage?
Is flammable storage properly marked?
Are sufficient fire extinguishers available?
Do all employees know the location of fire extinguishers?
Are fire extinguishers inspected and in proper working order?
Are flammable and combustable materials segregated from ignition sources?
Are fire extinguishers present at welding and cutting operations?
Has a hot work permit been obtained?
Are proper helmets, glasses, and gloves being used for welding and cutting?
Are welding machines properly grounded?
Are only trained employees permitted to operate welding and cutting equipment?
Are tools inspected before each use?
Are tools being used properly?
Are all required guards and covers in place?
Is proper PPE being used for the tool?
Are materials stacked and stored as to prevent sliding or collapsing?
Are all containers labeled as to their contents?
Are all chemicals, flammables, and combustibles stored in approved containers?
Are all flammables and combustibles stored in non-smoking areas?
Are mechanical means utilized to move material when necessary?
Are tripping and puncture hazards identified and labeled?
Are grounds applied?
Is there an assured grounding program
Are warning signs exhibited on high voltage equipment?
Is electrical equipment and wiring properly guarded?
Are extension cords and cables guarded and maintained in good condition?
Are extension cords and temporary power cords kept out of wet areas?
Are cords protected from traffic?
Are proper lockout/tagout procedures in place?
Are GFCI's being used properly?
Are energized electrical parts protected?
Are access-ways, stairs, ramps, and ladders clean of ice, mud, snow, or debris?
Are stairways and floor openings properly guarded?
Do all guardrails meet OSHA standards?
Are ladders inspected and properly secured?
Is housekeeping in good order and up to site standards?
Is scaffolding placed on a flat, firm surface?
Are scaffold planks free of mud, ice, grease, etc?
Is scaffolding inspected before each use ?
Does scaffold planking overlap a minimum of 12 inches?
Are all pins in place and wheels locked?
Has soil been properly classified?
Are ladders used in trenches over 4 feet deep?
Are trenches/excavations deeper than 5 feet properly sloped, benched, or shored?
Are spoil piles placed, at a minimum, 24 inches from the trench/excavation?
Has the operator received competent person excavation training?
Are guardrails or fences placed around trenches/excavations near pedestrian or vehicle thoroughfares?
Is equipment being operated only by trained operators?
Has a daily inspection been performed?
Are back-up alarms installed and working properly?
Is equipment being operated in a safe manner?
Is equipment shut down before fueling or maintenance?
Has the space been properly classified?
Are only trained personnel working as a supervisor, entrant, or attendent?
Has all equipment been inspected prior to use?
If permit required, is a safety representative on-site?
Have all air monitors been calibrated and have a certificate of calibration?
Are spaces ventilated and checked for atmospheric hazards prior to entry?
If permit required, is the permit filled out properly and authorized?
Have all employees involved been trained and have a Rigging and Flagging certification card?
Has a lift plan been prepared, including JSA?
Has the lift plan been reviewed with all involved employees?
Have yearly/daily crane inspections and operators certification been verified with copies made and retained?
Has all rigging material been inspected prior to use?
Are slings padded or protected from sharp edges?
Do employees keep clear of suspended loads?
Is a tag line used on each load?
Are cylinders stored in well-ventilated areas?
Are no smoking signs posted in the cylinder storage areas?
Are all cylinders stored and secured in an upright position?
Are cylinders protected from damage?
Are all cylinder caps in place when stored?
Are regulators removed and replaced with the cap if not used in a 24 hour period?
Are fuel gas and O2 cylinders stored a minimum of 20 feet apart or by other approved methods?
Has all equipment( scissor lift, boom lift, fork lift) been inspected prior to use?
Is equipment clean, and in good working order?
Has the operator been trained and has a current certification card?
What is the current phase of the job?
- 40 or less
- 40 to 50
- 50 to 60
- more than 60
- more than 25