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Millenium Interiors Daily Hazard Assessment/Inspection
Names of workers
Worksite Environment Hazards
Weather

Area Cleanliness

Confined Space

Slips/Trips

Cuts/Scrapes

Eye Injury Risks

Lighting

Noise Level

Air Quality

Electrical Hazards/Power Lines

Open Pits/Excavations

Holes In Floor

Workers/Vehicles In Area

Welding/Cutting/Grinding In Area

Ergonomic Hazards

Repetitive Motions

Heavy Lifting

Awkward Body Positioning

Equipment/Power Tools

Guards On Saws/Grinders

Training Powder Actuated Tools

Cords In Good Condition

Scaffolding/Bakers

Tagged/Visual Inspection

Braces

Wheels

Decks

Special Conditions/Comments

Working At Heights
Please review Fall Protection Plan when:
~ Arriving at a new site
~ Environment changes require alternate plan
~ Close call occurs

Training In Fall Protection

Fall Hazards Identified

Workers Above/Below

Ladders Angle/Tied Off/Good Shape

Elevated Platforms

Training To Operate Lift

Inspection

Tires

Hydraulic Lines/Wires (do not use hands to inspect)

Joints/Lubrication/Pads

Labels Readable

Anchor Points

Controls Working Properly

Fuel Level Percentage

Comments

Hazards

Protrusions From Structure

Curbs

Power Lines/Distance

Manholes/Distance

Ground Conditions

Comments

Personal Protective Equipment

Safety Boots

Hard Hat

Safety Glasses

Face Sheild

High Visibility Vest/Clothing

Hearing Protection

Gloves

Emergency

Muster Point Identified

Evacuation Route Plan

First Aid Station/Personnel Identified

Closest Hospital

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Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.