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Safety Committee Member Information

  • Badge # (DOUBLE-CHECK YOUR BADGE)

  • First Name (As it appears on your badge)

  • Last Name (As it appears on your badge)

Audit Location

Choose a Zone and Area

  • Audit Zone

  • Observation 1 Area

  • Observation 1 Area

  • Observation 1 Area

  • Audit Area

  • Observation 1 Area

  • Observation 1 Area

  • Observation 1 Area

  • Observation 1 Area

  • Observation 1 Area

Audit Questionnaire

  • Is operator correctly utilizing fluid fill machine?<br> <br>Is operator following the SOP for the model of truck?<br>Preventing the spill, To know the right PPE. Stop process and review the SOP

  • Does employee know how to access SOP?<br> <br>Have employee demonstrate how to access the SOP for their task. Employees must know how to access and review SOP.

  • Torque Wrench<br><br>Verify if SOP requires Torque Specs for task. Failure to follow proper procedures can result in injury or product defects.

  • SDS location<br> <br>Verify employee knows how to access SDS. Employee must understand the hazards and PPE requirements associated with their solvents.

  • Does employee have a copy of SOP at work station?<br> <br>Verify employee does not have a printed copy of the SOP at their work station. Employees should not have a printed copy of SOP.

  • What does SOP stand for?<br> <br>Ask employee what SOP Stands for? Employee should know that SOP means Standard Operating Procedure.

  • What does SDS mean?<br> <br>Ask employee what SDS means? Employee should know that SDS means Safety Data Sheets.

  • Does the SOP list PPE?<br> <br>Ask employee if PPE would be listed on the SOP? Employee should have a clear understanding of the items listed on their SOP.

  • Does employee know how to access and log-in to BBS program?<br> <br>Ask questions about How you can log-in to BBS program, start inspection and submit your observation. Make sure the employee has a clear understanding of the program and can navigate through the BBS program.

  • What is the BBS Stands for and what is the target?<br> <br>Make sure the employee knows the weekly target (Two observation for employee each week). BBS: Behavior Based Safety. The employees need to understand the goal of the program and their responsibilities.

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