Walking/Working Surfaces:

  • Work center floors clean and dry?

  • Hangar decks clear of FOD and spills?

  • Unprotected/unidentified trip hazards

  • Stairs safe (secure rails, treads)

  • Scaffolding/maintenance stands <5 ft have top & mid rails, toe boards, wheel locks

Electrical:

  • All disconnects and circuit breakers labeled

  • 36" clearance around circuit breaker panels (No obstructions)

  • No exposed live wires or circuits

  • Circuit breaker panels / receptacles have no holes, open slots or removed knockouts

  • All receptacles, switches and boxes have covers in place and in good condition

  • No permanent extension cords used in place of fixed wiring

  • Explosive proof lighting / machinery in use where needed

  • GFCI circuits used in wet areas

  • Plug ends do not have ground pins removed

Machinery Guarding:

  • Barrier guards on moving machinery parts, belts and pulleys

  • Point of operation and pinch points guarded and mart

  • Fan blades guarded (<1/2" opening)

  • Fixed machinery anchored to deck / workbench to prevent movement

  • Bench grinders (1/8 "to rest and 1/4"tongue adjusted from wheel)

  • Band saw blades guarded above guide rollers

  • Safety zones around shop equipment

  • Abrasive wheels in good condition with no evidence of side grinding or non-Ferrous materials being ground

  • On / off / kill switch easily accessible

Hazardous material:

  • Only approved lockers in use (three point locking mechanisms and bungs installed)

  • Hazmat lockers properly identified (flammables, oxidizers, corrosives)

  • Hazmat labeled with approved labels. No NFPA labels (diamond shaped)

  • Lockers contain only material listed on a AUL, inventory and have SDS

  • No smoking signs posted and observed

  • Are SDS readily available and accessible (no physical or administrative barriers)

  • Rooms used to store flammable properly ventilated and use explosive approve equipment and lighting

  • Are refrigerators properly labeled as to contents (either " food only" or HAZMAT "No Food)

  • Are dispensing containers (55 gallon drums) grounded to prevent static discharge

General Safety

  • Plumbed eyewash stations showers flushed weekly (verify inspection record)

  • Portable eyewash stations purged monthly (verify inspection record)

  • Safety zones painted around eyewash stations (suggest green) and kept clear

  • Firefighting equipment inspected monthly, clear of obstacles and has painted red zone

  • PPE in good condition (elastic, lenses material integrity)

  • Weight handling equipment ( WHE ) inspected and load tested

  • Space heaters have approved auto trip over protection

  • Coffee makers approved by fire marshal and on metal surface/trey

  • Industrial hygienist survey posted in workcenters

  • DOD / NAVOSH placard and policy statement posted (current CO)

  • Unstable shelving secured to prevent tripping hazard

  • Our members smoking in designated areas only

  • Are applicable warning signs posted (hearing, sight, foot )

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