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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 29.3.5.10

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

29.10.4. Do supervisors coordinate placement of tags and assignment of RACs, with the installation
Ground Safety office, FES Flight or BE, as appropriate? Reference 29.6.1.2

29.10.5. Is verification of a RAC, when required by AFI 91-202, accomplished as soon as possible
but not later than 10 days from hazard identification? Reference 29.6.1.3.1

29.10.6. Are AF Forms 979, Danger Tag, used only to identify immediate danger situations?
Reference 29.7.1.1

29.10.7. Are AF Forms 980, Caution Tag, used to identify or warn of potential hazards? Reference
29.7.2.1

29.10.8. Are AF Forms 981, Out of Order Tag, used to warn of a hazard if the equipment,
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
equipment is restarted? Reference 29.7.4.1

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

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.