General Area: Spin Form/Octoweb Drill

General Work Environment

  • 1. Are work and storage areas clean and orderly? CCR Title 8 § 3273

  • 2. Elimination of slip and trip hazards: Are cover plates utilized over exposed trenches? Are gas hoses and electrical cords placed in a cord covers, cord reels and or taped down?

  • 3. Do aisles have at least a 24” clearance? CCR Title 8 § 3272

  • 4. Is area lighting sufficient for safe operations? CCR Title 8 § 3317

  • 5. Are spills immediately managed and cleaned up? CCR Title 8 § 3362

  • 6. Is ventilation sufficient for safe operations? CCR Title 8 § 5150-5154

  • 7. Are scraps, debris, and waste materials (e.g., gloves and rags contaminated with IPA and Acetone) stored in the correct covered waste containers and removed from the worksite? CCR Title 8 § 5164

  • 8. Are exits kept clear of obstructions? CCR Title 8 § 3225

8. Are exits kept clear of obstructions? CCR Title 8 § 3225

  • 1. Are electric cords free of damage or fraying to the wire casing and insulation? CCR Title 8 § 2340

  • 2. Are flexible cords and cables protected from accidental damage? (e.g., equipment traffic, pinch points, accidental pull from outlet) CCR Title 8 § 2405.2

  • 3. Are flexible cords and cables utilized in work areas and walk ways controlled to prevent trip and falls? CCR Title 8 § 3272

  • 4. Are electrical extension cords utilized for temporary operations only? CCR Title 8 § 2405

  • 5. When electrical equipment or lines are serviced, maintained or adjusted, are necessary switches opened, locked –out when possible and tagged? CCR Title 8 § 3314

Crane Operations (Lifting and Rigging Spin Form Tools, Domes, Engine Nozzles, etc.) – CCR Title 8 § 4884

  • 1. Is an overhead crane currently being utilized to lift heavy components?

  • A) Are employees performing crane lifting and rigging wearing hard hats and protective gloves?

  • B) Was a lift plan developed, reviewed, and communicated to persons involved? ( e.g., crane capacity, lift route, facility obstructions)

  • C) Do hoists, lifting equipment, cables, straps, and rigging equipment appear to have any visible signs of damage? Defective equipment SHALL be removed from service immediately.

  • D) Are taglines inspected for visible signs of damage and utilized to safely control loads during a crane lift?

  • E) Is area traffic being controlled and kept from walking under the suspended load? (e.g., guide barriers, warning lights)

Elevated Work (e.g., Step/Rolling Ladders) - CCR Title 8 § 3276

  • 1. Are step or rolling ladders currently being utilized? CCR Title 8 § 3276 and 3272

  • A) Are ladders inspected for visible defects? (e.g., joint between the steps and side rails shall be tight, broken or missing steps, rungs, cleats, safety feet, side rails)

  • B) Are ladders that have developed defects withdrawn from service for repair or destruction? (e.g., tagged or marked as “Dangerous, Do Not Use” )

  • C) Are employees able to access work areas properly, without overreaching and keeping 3 points of contact to ladder at all times?

  • D) Are portable ladders positioned safely? (1ft for every 4 ft vertical distance to top of work area, leveled surface, etc.)

  • 2. Are tools and materials secured as to prevent them from falling on an employee or the ground below? (e.g., tool tethers or lanyards, tool belt)

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  • 2. Spin Forming:

  • A) Are protective glasses with side shields or face shields utilized to protect from metal projectile and or sparks?

  • B) Is Flame Resistant Clothing (FRCs) worn during torching activities? (e.g., FR Coveralls, long sleeve shirts, pants, aluminized jacket)

  • C) Are heat resistant gloves such as welding gloves utilized when handling potentially hot components?

  • D) Is hearing protection such as ear muffs or ear plugs used when noise level exceeds 85 dB? (previous readings indicated 94 dB at source) CCR Title 8 § 5095-5100

  • E) Are the oxygen and propane gas lines shut off once the torching activities are complete?

  • F) Is a fire extinguisher available for immediate use?

General Work Activities

  • 1. Clean rocket components such as domes and engines with Acetone and IPA: Are nitrile gloves utilized to prevent direct contact?

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  • 4. Are blades, knives, or other tools in use directed away from aisle areas and other employees working in close proximity?

General Work Environment

  • 1. Turning lathe operations (machining domes):

  • A) Are protective glasses with side shields or face shields utilized to protect from metal projectiles?

  • 2. Handling components from the Aging or Annealing oven:

  • A) Are heat resistant gloves such as welding gloves utilized when handling potentially hot components? CCR Title 8 § 3382

  • 3. Are hazards of manually lifting a heavy load assessed and mitigated prior to the lift? (use of mechanical devices, team lifts, and ergonomic techniques)

Octoweb Drilling

General Work Activities

  • 1. Clean Aft Barrel or Octoweb with Acetone and IPA:

  • A) Are nitrile gloves utilized to prevent direct contact with Acetone and IPA?

  • 2. Is drilling currently being performed utilizing an Altlas Motor Drill?

  • A) Are protective glasses with side shields worn to protect from potential metal projectiles?

  • B) Is hearing protection such as ear muffs or ear plugs utilized when noise level exceeds 85 dB? (previous readings indicated 91 dB at source) CCR Title 8 § 5095-5100

  • 3. Are hazards of manually lifting a heavy load assessed and mitigated prior to the lift? (use of mechanical devices, team lifts, and ergonomic techniques)

  • 4. Are blades, knives, or other tools in use directed away from aisle areas and other employees working in close proximity?

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