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29.10. Mishap Prevention Signs and Tags Checklist.

  • 29.10.1. Is an adequate supply of safety signs and tags available for use? Reference 29.2.4

  • 29.10.2. Do exit signs clearly identify the means of egress from facilities? Reference

  • 29.10.3. Are tags used as intended, as a temporary means of warning workers of hazardous<br>conditions, defective equipment, etc.? Reference 29.5.1

  • 29.10.4. Do supervisors coordinate placement of tags and assignment of RACs, with the installation<br>Ground Safety office, FES Flight or BE, as appropriate? Reference

  • 29.10.5. Is verification of a RAC, when required by AFI 91-202, accomplished as soon as possible<br>but not later than 10 days from hazard identification? Reference

  • 29.10.6. Are AF Forms 979, Danger Tag, used only to identify immediate danger situations?<br>Reference

  • 29.10.7. Are AF Forms 980, Caution Tag, used to identify or warn of potential hazards? Reference<br>

  • 29.10.8. Are AF Forms 981, Out of Order Tag, used to warn of a hazard if the equipment,<br>machinery, tool, utility or system is used? Reference 29.7.3

  • 29.10.9. Are AF Forms 982, Do Not Start Tag, used to warn personnel of a potential hazard if<br>equipment is restarted? Reference

  • 29.10.10. Do shop supervisors ensure their personnel are trained to properly fill out the reverse side<br>of AF Forms 979, 980, 981 and 982? Reference 29.8.1 and 29.9.1

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