Arriving at Worksite Location - Potential Hazards

  • Fencing, Pump Jack, Berms, People, Water, Mud, Snow, Ice, Deadman Hooks

Arriving at Worksite Location - Steps To Eliminate / Reduce Hazards

  • Drive No Faster Than 5 MPH

  • Make Wide Turns To Avoid Hazards

  • Constant Observance

  • G.O.A.L. (Get Out And Look)

  • List Any Other Steps That Can Reduce or Eliminate Hazards

Exit Vehicle - Potential Hazards

  • Mud, Grease, Ice, Snow, Ruts, High Winds, etc.

Exit Vehicle - Steps to Eliminate / Reduce Hazrds

  • Maintain 3 Points of contact

  • Observe Surroundings

  • Proper Footwear, Cleats, etc.

  • List Any Other Steps That Can Reduce or Eliminate Hazards

Chock Wheels - Potential Hazards

  • Vehicle Roll

Chock Wheels - Steps to Eliminate / Reduce Hazards

  • Chock Wheels

  • Stay Outside of Vehicle

  • List Any Other Steps That Can Reduce or Eliminate Hazards

Check Tank Production - Potential Hazards

  • Slips, trips, Falls, H2S gas, Benzene, Snow, Ice, Mud, Pathway

Check Tank - Steps to Eliminate / Reduce Hazards

  • Observe Surroundings

  • H2S Monitor

  • Maintain 3 Points of Contact

  • List Any Other Steps That Can Reduce or Eliminate Hazards

Access Catwalk - Potential Hazards

  • Slips, trips, Falls, H2S gas, Benzene, Snow, Ice, Mud, Pathway

Access Catwalk - Steps to Eliminate / Reduce Hazards

  • Observe Surroundings

  • H2S Monitor

  • Maintain 3 Points of Contact

  • List Any Other Steps That Can Reduce or Eliminate Hazards

Tank Work - Potential Hazards

  • Slips, Trips, Falls, H2S gas, Benzene, Snow, Ice, Mud, Pathway, Contact with Crude

Tank Work - Steps to Eliminate/ Reduce Hazards

  • Observe Surroundings

  • Maintain 3 points of Contact

  • H2S Monitor

  • Identify Wind Direction (WindSock)

  • Respirator (if required)

  • Chemical Resistant Gloves

  • Have an Escape Route

  • List Any Other Steps That Can Reduce or Eliminate Hazards

Grind Out - Potential Hazards

  • Slips, Trips, Falls, H2S gas, Benzene, Snow, Ice, Mud, Pathway, Contact with Crude

Grind Out - Steps to Eliminate/ Reduce Hazards

  • Observe Surroundings

  • Maintain 3 points of Contact

  • H2S Monitor

  • Respirator (if required)

  • Chemical Resistant Gloves

  • List Any Other Steps That Can Reduce or Eliminate Hazards

Hook Up Hoses - Potential Hazards

  • Risk of Strains / Back Injury, Pinch Points, Spills

Hook Up Hoses - Steps to Eliminate / Reduce Hazards

  • Impact Gloves

  • Proper Lifting Techniques / Ergonomics

  • Use Caution - Handle Hose Carefully

  • List Any Other Steps That Can Reduce or Eliminate Hazards

Load Trailer - Potential Hazards

  • Overfill, Spills, H2S

Load Trailer - Steps to Eliminate / Reduce Hazards

  • Stay By Controls

  • H2S Monitor

  • Duck Ponds at Connections

  • List Any Other Steps That Can Reduce or Eliminate Hazards

Disconnect Hoses - Potential Hazards

  • Risk of Strains / Back Injury, Pinch Points, Spills

Disconnect Hoses - Steps to Eliminate / Reduce Potential Hazards

  • Impact Gloves

  • Proper Lifting Techniques / Ergonomics

  • Use Caution - Handle Hose Carefully

  • List Any Other Steps That Can Reduce or Eliminate Hazards

Obtain Closing Tank Level - Potential Hazards

  • Slips, Trips, Falls, H2S gas, Benzene, Snow, Ice, Mud, Pathway, Contact with Crude

Obtain Closing Tank Level - Steps to Eliminate / Reduce Potential Hazards

  • Observe Surroundings

  • Maintain 3 Points of Contact

  • H2S Monitor

  • Identify Wind Direction ( windsock)

  • Use Respirator if Required

  • Use Chemical Resistant Gloves

  • Have an Escape Route

  • List Any Other Steps That Can Reduce or Eliminate Hazards

Enter Vehicle - Potential Hazards

  • Mud, Grease , Snow, Ice, Ruts, Wind, Rain. Etc.

Enter Vehicle - Steps to Eliminate / Reduce Potential Hazards

  • Maintain 3 Points of Contact

  • Observe Surroundings

  • List Any Other Steps That Can Reduce or Eliminate Hazards

Depart Worksite Location - Potential Hazards

  • Fencing, Pump Jack, Berms, People, Water, Mud, Snow, Ice, Deadman Hooks

Depart Worksite Location - Steps To Eliminate/ Reduce Potential Hazards

  • Drive No Faster Than 5 MPH

  • Make Wide Turns

  • Constant Observance

  • G.O.A.L. (Get Out And Look)

  • List Any Other Steps That Can Reduce or Eliminate Hazards

  • Driver's Signature Indicating JSA is Completed With Safe Outcome

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