1.0 Machine Guarding

  • 1.1 - 1910.211 - Global Standard 33 - Is machine guarding in place

  • 1.1.A - 1910.211 - Global Standard 33 - How many pieces of equipment do not have machine guarding in place. (in text block, please insert machine numbers or equipment name in the above question 1.1)

  • 1.2 - 1910.211 - Global Standard 33 - Are machine guards properly secured (bolted to machines or frames)

  • 1.2.A - 1910.211 - Global Standard 33 - How many pieces of equipment do not have machine guarding properly secured. (in text block, please insert machine numbers or equipment name in the above question 1.2)

  • 1.3 - 1910.211 - Global Standard 33 - Are there any exposed pinch points

  • 1.3.A - 1910.211 - Global Standard 33 - How many pieces of equipment have exposed pinch points. (in text block, please insert machine numbers or equipment name in the above question 1.3)

  • 1.4 - 1910.212 (a)(5) - Does the fan guard have more than 1\2 inch gap

  • 1.4.A - 1910.211 - Global Standard 33 - How many fans have more than 1\2 inch gap in guarding. (in text block, please insert machine numbers or equipment name in the above question 1.4)

2.0 Electrical Safety

  • 2.1 - 1910.303 - Global Standard 22 - Are control panels blocked (minimum 3 foot clearance or width of control panel door that is larger)

  • 2.1.A - 1910.303 - Global Standard 22 - How many control panels blocked. (in text block, please insert machine numbers or equipment name in the above question 2.1)

  • 2.2 - 1910.303 - Global Standard 22 - Are control panels properly closed (locking clips in place should also be checked)

  • 2.2.A - 1910.303 - Global Standard 22 - How many control panels are not properly closed. (in text block, please insert machine numbers or equipment name in the above question 2.2)

  • 2.3 - 1910.303 - Global Standard 22 - Does machinery have loose wires, broken insulation, or places on cord that is taped with electrical tape

  • 2.3.A - 1910.303 - Global Standard 22 - How many machines have loose wres, broken insulation, or places on the cord that is taped with electrical tape. (in text block, please insert machine numbers or equipment name in the above question 2.3)

  • 2.4 - 1910.304 - Global Standard 22- Are grounding pins missing from plugs

  • 2.4.A - 1910.304 - Global Standard 22 - How many plugs have missing grounding pins (in text block, please insert machine numbers or equipment name in the above question 2.4)

  • 2.5 - 1910.333 - Global Standard 7 - Are lockout and tag out procedures in place

  • 2.5.A - 1910.333 - Global Standard 7 - How many machines are missing lockout tag out procedures (in text block, please insert machine numbers or equipment name in the above question 2.5)

3.0 Emergency Preparedness

  • 3.1 - 1910.37 (f) - Does the emergency exit door have a minimum of 3 foot clearance

  • 3.2 - 1910.157 - Do the fire extinguishers have a minimum of 3 feet clearance

4.0 Material Handling and Storage

  • 4.1 - 1910.22 - Aisles free and clear from clutter and blockage

  • 4.2 - 1910.22 - Are floors clean and free of loose material

  • 4.3 - 1910.176 - Is material in the proper place

  • 4.4 - 1910.176 - Is material stack in an orderly manner (not leaning and uniform looking)

5.0 Chemical Management

  • 5.1 - Are bottles labeled

  • 5.2 - Are chemicals in proper containers (oily rags in drum labeled oily absorbents, powder paint in drum labeled for powder paint)

  • 5.3 - Are chemical drums secured with a lid and lock ring

  • 5.4 - 1910.141(a)(3) - Are there any spills of chemicals in area

6.0 Mobile Equipment

  • 6.1 - 1910.178 - GS 13 - Has Inspection sheet been completed

  • 6.2 - 1910.178 - GS 13 - Are forks flush with the floor when the forklift is unattended

7.0 Employee Behavior

  • 7.1 - 1910.132(a) - Global Standard 16 - Is employee wearing their proper PPE ( Safety Glasses, Cut resistant Gloves, Earplugs, etc)

  • 7.2 - 1910.211 - Global Standard 33 - Are employees witnessed bypassing a machine guard or safety device

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