• Note: An action item must be assigned for all NC findings. If no physical action is necessary, enter "for awareness" in the action description for the owner to acknowledge. MQS requires leadership notification for LPA NCs.

  • Verify the current days start-up controls are signed off for one of the following machines in the production area (posted on machine) (Fork Lift/Aerial Lift/Crane)

  • If a noted failure was found in start-up controls, verify the proper reaction procedure was followed

  • Ensure MNT SF 006 - Machine Adjustment Log is posted at each machine and being utilized

  • Does the team member understand how to identify a clean drum versus a soiled drum?
    (Refer to QA below)

  • Note: Due to the solvents used in molding/maintenance areas, an accumulation start date label is required to be affixed to the drum to include the following: the month, day and year in which solvent-soiled rags began accumulating to ensure State and Federal legal compliance.

PRIDE Board

  • Verify safety alerts are not expired and there are no past-due issues on the Open Issues list

  • Verify the PRIDE board metrics have been updated within the past 24 working-hours (Safety/Downtime/PM Completion/Morale)

Universal Waste

  • High Risk - Ask a Maintenance Team Member to explain the universal waste process and give an example of proper disposal

  • High Risk - Ask a Maintenance Team Member to unlock the pump room - audit the pump room to ensure universal waste procedures are being followed

  • For Reference Only: Example of non-compliant universal waste handling

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  • Verify appropriate PPE is being worn by the team member (safety glasses, lock & tag, belt covers, watch covers, seat belts, uniform, and work shoes)

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