34.10. Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory (PMEL) Checklist.

  • 34.10.1. Is the appropriate PPE used by workers and others in the work area during PMEL<br>operations? Reference 34.1.3

  • 34.10.2. Are applicable Material Safety Data Sheets available to workers prior to performing a<br>PMEL operation? Reference 34.1.3

  • 34.10.3. Is the appropriate LEP worn by workers when working with laser equipment? Reference<br>34.1.3.2

  • 34.10.4. Do workers remove rings, watches or other conductive objects when working on, with or<br>near energized electrical circuits? Reference 34.2.1.4

  • 34.10.5. Are all items containing mercury properly maintained and safely located to prevent escape<br>of mercury liquid or vapor? Reference 34.2.3.2.1

  • 34.10.6. Are there approved local procedures for the proper disposal of contaminated mercury and<br>for handling mercury spills? Reference 34.2.3.2.1

  • 34.10.7. Is adequate ventilation provided for soldering operations to prevent inhalation of gases,<br>fumes, and vapors? Reference 34.2.3.3

  • 34.10.8. Are stored gas cylinders properly identified, handled, secured and stored? Reference 34.2.4

  • 34.10.9. Are flammable and combustible liquids properly handled, stored and used? Reference<br>34.2.6

  • 34.10.10. Have workers received ionizing and non-ionizing radiation safety training from the<br>Radiation Safety Officer? Reference 34.3.1.3

  • 34.10.11. Are fire extinguishers readily accessible, in serviceable condition, and clearly visible?<br>Reference 34.3.1.5

  • 34.10.12. Are all exits clearly identified, posted with signs, kept unlocked, easily accessible, and<br>clear paths of egress provided? Reference 34.3.1.6

  • 34.10.13. Have all workers been adequately trained in the use of all new chemicals, machines or<br>processes? Reference 34.3.1.9

  • 34.10.14. Do only authorized maintenance workers perform repair work on equipment with<br>defective interlocks? Reference 34.5.7.3

  • 34.10.15. Is a safety observer present when personnel are exposed to or working on energized high<br>voltage circuits? Reference 34.5.7.4

  • 34.10.16. Do all personnel know the location and on-off operation of the main electrical power<br>distribution panels in their work area? Reference 34.5.11

  • 34.10.17. Do all persons handling radioactive material, including anyone who contacts a radioactive<br>device, wash their hands and face before eating, drinking or smoking and upon leaving contaminated<br>work area? Reference 34.6.5

  • 34.10.18. Are positive measures established to prevent unauthorized entry into high radiation areas?<br>Reference 34.6.7

  • 34.10.19. Are proper precautions taken to minimize the danger of CRT handling and disposal<br>hazards? Reference 34.7

  • 34.10.20. Are only approved and authorized solvents used for cleaning? Reference 34.8.2

  • 34.10.21. Are insulated tools available for use on energized equipment? Reference 34.9.1

  • 34.10.22. Do personnel disconnect ground wrist straps when they are exposed to or working on<br>energized equipment? Reference 34.9.3

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