All employees working for Hunt Electric have the authority to stop work when observing activities or conditions that could cause injury to themselves or any co-worker on the project. If you have exercised your "stop work" authority while making any of the following observations, please check the box below and indicate which observation resulted in this action.

  • Check if you exercised your "Stop Work Authority".

  • Which category resulted in the stop work order?

Critical Behaviors & Conditions

  • Walking/Working Surfaces
    Walking and working surfaces are sufficient for workers to maintain balance/traction/grip, with no trip hazards.

  • Eyes on Path/Task
    Whether on foot or when operating equipment, do employees look in the direction of travel, particularly when moving backward. Spotter used when backing vehicle or equipment with obstructed rear view. No blind reaching while performing work.

  • Line of Fire
    Do workers keep their hands and body out of the path of moving equipment to avoid being caught between, struck by, or crushed by the object? Are they considering unintended movement and positioning themselves appropriately? This includes keeping out from under suspended loads.

  • Tool Selection, Inspection & Use
    Are the tools being used adequate for the task, used properly and in good condition?

  • Body Mechanics
    No unassisted lifting of more than 50 pounds. Load kept close to the body, knees bent and lifted with legs. No prolonged awkward postures.

  • Ascending/Descending
    Proper ladder set up, maintains three points of contact at all times.

  • Personal Protective Equipment
    Hard hat, safety glasses, class 2 high visibility vest, FR clothing and four gas meter. Fall protection and other PPE appropriate to the task.

  • Work Pace
    No signs of rushing, work is proceeding at a careful pace.

  • Other
    Any other activity or condition that could cause injury or other incident.

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