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  • SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Each department must complete this monthly audit at least once before the Monthly Safety Committee Meeting. The Department Safety Committee Representative is responsible for ensuring the audit(s) is/are completed on time.

  • Document No.

  • Audit Title

  • Department

  • Clean Room

  • Machine Shop

  • Office

  • Production -Atmospheric Area

  • Production - Vacuum Area

  • Receiving

  • Shipping

  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Supervisor

1.0 - Previous Inspection

  • 1.1 - Has The Last Inspection Been Reviewed?

  • 1.2 - Are There Any Outstanding Actions?

2.0 - General Condition

  • 2.1 - Is the OSHA poster up to date? Standard 1910.2

  • 2.2 - Is the entrance to the department clean and tidy? Company Standard

  • 2.3 - Are aisles and walkway kept clear? Standard 1910.22 (b)(2) & (a)(1)

  • 2.4 - Are materials in process and finished product neatly stored? Standard 1910.141 (a)(3)

  • 2.5 - Are rubbish containers provided and used (waste baskets in a safe position)? Standard 1910.141 (a)(4)

  • 2.6 - Is lighting and ventilation adequate for intended process? Standard 1910.94

  • 2.7 - Is the overall condition of the building and maintenance in this department good? Company Standard

  • 2.8 - Are the clean up procedures adequate? Standard 1910.22(a)(1)

  • 2.9 - Is good house keeping maintained? Standard 1910.22(a)(1)

  • 2.10 - Are new employees trained on safety procedures? Standard 1910.508 (a)(2)

  • 2.11 - Is the Storm Water Plan available, and current? EPA Standard

  • 2.12 - Is the floor free of any liquid stains. EPA Standard

  • Other:

3.0 - Machinery (use this section for Machine Shop and Production Audits)

  • 3.1 - Are machines kept clean? Company Standard

  • 3.2 - Is machine area kept clear of obstructions? Standard 1910.22(a)(2)

  • 3.3 - Are machine guards in place on all grinders, saws, etc., and in good condition? Standard 1910.212

  • 3.4 - Are repairs or adjustments prohibited while operating machine? Standard 1910.213(b)(5)

  • 3.5 - Do only authorized personnel operate equipment? Company Standard

  • 3.6 - Do machine operators wear proper clothing? Standard 1910.132

  • 3.7 - Are potential hazards blocked with barriers to prevent injury? Standard 1910.212(a)(1)

  • 3.8 - Is compressed air used for cleaning reduced to 30 psi.? Standard 1910.242(b)

  • 3.9 - Is stationary machinery securely anchored to prevent moving? Standard 1910.212(b)

  • 3.10 - Are all powered and hand tools in good condition and free of defects? Standard 1910.242

  • 3.11 - Is cut-off waste removed and stored properly? IPS Standard

  • 3.12 - Are emergency shut off switches within easy reach of the operator? Standard 1910.(b)(1)

  • 3.13 - Are drip pans in place to prevent spills? IPS Standard

  • 3.14 - Is lighting adequate? Standard ANSI A11.1-65

  • 3.15 - Is noise level controlled? Standard 1910.95(b)(1) Table G-16

  • 3.16 - are gas bottles secured? NFPA 55-6.6

  • Other:

4.0 - Electrical

  • 4.1 - Are extension cords in good shape, grounding plug in place, insulation in good shape and free of any tape? Standard 1910.334(a)(2)(ii)

  • 4.2 - Is electrical wiring and equipment well supported and protected from mechanical wear? Standard 1910.334(a)(2)(I)

  • 4.3 - Any broken plugs, sockets, or switches? Standard 1910.334(a)(2)(ii)

  • 4.4 - Is fixed electrical equipment Grounded? Standard 1910.404(f)(1)(v)

  • 4.5 - Are inside breaker switches labeled? Standard 408.4(A)

  • 4.6 - Are all unused openings (including conduit knockouts) in electrical enclosures and fittings closed with appropriate covers, plugs or plates?<br>Standard NEC 110.12(A)<br>

  • 4.7 - Is access to control boxes kept clear? Minimum 36" in front of panels. Standard NEC 110.36

  • 4.8 - Do Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI's) pass first test using push button built into the outlet? Standard UL943-20.1

  • 4.9 - Are electrical receptacles located within 3 feet of a sink, exterior door, out door receptacles, and metal work surfaces equipped with GFCI's? Standard NEC 210.52(D)

  • 4.10 - Extension cords not hanging from metal structures; piping, nails, hooks, ladders, or scaffolds? Standard 1910.334(a)(1)

  • 4.11 - No extension cords pass through walls, ceilings, doors, or windows? Company Standard

  • 4.12 - Extension cords are not plugged into another extension cord? Company Standard

  • 4.13 - Are extension cords across walkways? Standard 1910.22(b)(1)

  • 4.14 - Are extension cords free of splices or tape? Standard 1926.405(g)(2)(iii)

  • 4.15 - Are portable power tools in good condition and grounded or of the double insulated type? Standard 1915.132(a)

  • 4.16 - are all recepticals labeled with the voltage? Standard NEC 406.12 & 406.4(D)(5)

  • Other:

5.0 - Fire Prevention and Flammable Materials

  • 5.1 - Are compressed gas cylinder bottles properly stored and chained? Standard 1910.253(b)(2)(ii)

  • 5.2 - Are compressed gas cylinders stored 20 ft. away from heat sources. Standard 1910.253(b)(4)(iii)

  • 5.3 - Are oxygen and acetylene stored 20 ft. apart or by a 5 ft. high, 1/2 hour rated firewall? Standard 1910.253(b)(4)(iii)

  • 5.4 - Are fire extinguishers clearly marked and easily accessible? Standard 1910.157(c)(1)

  • 5.5 - Are fire extinguishers checked by a third party annually and tagged? Standard 1910.157(e)(3)

  • 5.6 - Are extinguishers readily available near welding, painting, and oily clean up areas? Standard 1910.157(c)(1)

  • 5.7 - Are stored items kept from accumulation that could cause a hazard (i.e. tripping,fire,explosion or pest harborage)? Standard 1910.176(b)

  • 5.8 - Are "No Smoking" signs displayed and enforced in designated areas? Standard 1910.126(a)(3)

  • 5.9 - Are Flammables in approved flammable cabinets? Standard 1910.152(b)(2)(iii)

  • 5.10 - Are all soiled rags stored in approved metal containers with gravity type closing lids? Standard 1910.252(e)

  • 5.11 - Are fire exits kept clear, accessible and clearly marked? Standard 1910.37(a)(3) & 37(b)(2)

  • 5.12 - Do fire exits open easily from the inside? Standard 1910.36 (d)(1)

  • 5.13 - Are all doors marked with "exit" or "not an exit" signs? Standard 1910.37(b)(2) & 37(b)(5)

  • 5.14 - Are static discharge wires used when transferring flammables from one container to another? Standard 1910.106(e)(6)(iii)

  • 5.15 - Are attic and platform storage areas clean and free of trash? Standard 1910.176(b)

  • 5.16 - Are propane bottles stored outside, have identifying signs, and secure? Standard NFPA-58-8.4.1.2

  • Other:

6.0 - Material Handling and Storage

  • 6.1 - Are conveniently placed racks and bins for small parts provided? Company Standard

  • 6.2 - Is adequate clearance provided for material handling equipment and are clearance signs posted? Standard 1910.176(e)

  • 6.3 - Do lift trucks have rollover protection, canopy guard, horn, back up alarm, and proper lighting? Standard 1910.178(p)(1)

  • 6.4 - Are hand and powered trucks in good condition? Standard 1910.178(q)(1)

  • 6.5 - Are hazardous chemicals handled with proper PPE when required? Standard 1910.120 APP B

  • 6.6 - Do all employees use proper lifting methods? Company Standard

  • 6.7 - Are lift truck riding guidelines followed? Standard 1910.178(m)(2)

  • 6.8 - Are fork lift compressed gas cylinders inspected to insure they are in good condition? Standard 1910.101(a)

  • 6.9 - Are fork lift operators properly trained and records on file? Standard 1910.178(l)

  • Other:

7.0 - First Aid

  • 7.1 - Is a trained first aider available on site? Standard 1910.151(b)

  • 7.2 - Is first aid given promptly and by a first aider for minor injuries? Standard 1910.151(a)

  • 7.3 - Are company emergency numbers posted along with the incident reporting protocol map? Company Standard

  • 7.4 - Are CPR kits and barriers available? Standard 1910.1030(d)(3) & 1910.151(b)

  • 7.5 - Is there a practical first aid manual on location? Company Standard

  • 7.6 - Are eyewash stations and bottles within 10 feet of exposed areas?

  • 7.7 - Are first aid cabinets and contents clean and orderly? Standard !910.266(d)(2)(iv)

  • 7.8 - Are contents regularly checked? Company Standard

  • 7.9 - Are cabinet clearly labeled? Company Standard

  • 7.10 - Are cabinets easily accessible? Company Standard

  • 7.11 - Are Biohazard kits available? Standard 1910.1030(d)(4)(iii)[B]

  • Other:

8.0 Safety Equipment

  • 8.1 - Is personal protective equipment maintained in a sanitary and reliable condition?

  • 8.2 - Is face and eye protection used when there is a reasonable probability of injury (i.e. welding, cutting, grinding, etc.)?

  • 8.3 - Is foot protection used when there is a probability of injury?

  • 8.4 - Is respiratory protection used where there is a danger from dust, fog fumes, smoke, vapors, etc.?

  • 8.5 - Are employees using hearing protection in required areas or when exposed to high levels of noise?

  • Other:

9.0 Walkways

  • 9.1 - Are isles and passageways kept clear? Standard 1910.22 ( a)(1)

  • 9.2 - Are isles and walkways marked? Standard 1910.22(b)(2)

  • 9.3 - Are wet floors covered with non-slip a material? Standard 1910.22(a)(2)

  • 9.4 - Are holes in the floor, sidewalk or other walking surfaces repaired properly, covered or otherwise made safe? Standard 1910.22(c)

  • 9.5 - Are materials or equipment stored in a such a way that sharp projectives will not interfere with the walkway? Standard 1910.22(a)(3)

  • 9.6 - Are spills cleaned up immediately?

  • 9.7 - Are changes in elevation readily identifiable?

  • Other:

10.0 - Stairs and Stairways

  • 10.1 - Are hand rails on stairs with 4 or more risers? Standard 1910.23(d)(1)

  • 10.2 - Are the steps designed or provided with a material that makes them slip resistant? Standard 1910.24 (f)

  • 10.3 - Are the handrails located between 30 and 34 inches above the leading edge of the stair tread? Standard 1910.23(e)(2)

  • Other:

11.0 - Hazard Communication

  • 11.1 - Is there a "Right to Know" station with a list of the chemicals in the workplace? Standard1910.1200(e)(1)(i)

  • 11.2 - I there a written hazard communication program? Standard 1910.1200(e)(1)

  • 11.3 - Are MSDS sheets readily available to employees? Standard 1910.1200(g)(8)

  • 11.4 - Is there an employee training program for hazardous substances? Standard 1910.1200(h)(3)

  • 11.5 - Are containers labeled properly? Standard 1910.1200(f)(9)

  • 11.6 - Do chemical storage areas have adequate containment? Standard EPA 40 CFR 264.175

  • 11.7 - Is the chemical inventory list current for the department? Standard 1910.151(c)

  • Other:

12.0 - Outside - Environmental

  • 12.1 - Materials and stored equipment covered?

  • 12.2 - Drum storage area under cover?

  • 12.3 - All drums have plugs in holes?

  • 12.4 - Are empty drums stored on their sides so rain water can not collect in them?

  • 12.5 - Are empty drums disposed of in a timely manner?

  • 12.6 - Are surface areas clear of potential pollutants and oil stains?

  • 12.7 - Spill kits on site, stocked and ready for use?

  • 12.8 - Lids on dumpsters closed and in good condition?

  • 12.9 - Is metal dumpster free of material that are covered in oils or chemicals?

  • 12.10 - Is the wash bay free of garbage and debris?

  • Other:

13.0 Additional items

14.0 Notes for Safety Committee

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