• Audit Title

  • Office Location:

  • Prepared by

  • Date:

General Workplace

  • Is the required OSHA 300 Log posted in a common area? (Must be posted from February 1st - April 30th)

  • Is the OSHA poster at site/facility per OSHA 1903.2(a)(3)

  • Corridors and isles free from obstructions and STF hazards:

  • Required safety signs in place and legible:

  • Electrical panels have 36" clearance around panel:

  • Floors and ceilings in good repair:

  • General housekeeping of an acceptable standard:

  • Power cords and surge protectors in good condition and properly used:

  • Switch plates and receptacle covers in good condition:

  • Portable heaters equipped with tip over protection:

  • Stairways free from obstructions, free from worn or damaged tile or carpet, and handrails in good condition:

  • Furniture, desk, and chairs fit for purpose and being used correctly:

  • Storage areas in good condition, well maintained, and organized:

  • Good general illumination with no missing bulbs:

  • Exit signs-lighting working:

Emergency Action Plan

  • Is a map of the office posted for the entire facility, including the designated rally point

  • Does the office have written documentation for training on the plan?

  • Does the plan include provisions of any local or State regulations or client requirements are implemented in the EAP by the Branch or Project Manager?

  • The following requirements are being met for EXIT routes:<br>Each EXIT is clearly visible and marked by a sign reading "EXIT":<br>At least two exit routes are available in a workplace to permit prompt evacuation of employees and other buildings occupants:<br>Each EXIT leads directly outside or to a street, walkway, refuge area, public way, or open space with access to the outside and is large enough to accommodate the building occupants likely to use the EXIT route:<br>Exit doors are unlocked and accessible from the inside at all times without keys, tools or special knowledge:<br><br>

  • Has the Branch performed a drill annually?

FLEET Safety

  • Company operated trucks operate with their tailgates up so that the blue "How Am I Driving" decal is visible at all times?

  • Decals are not cut or modified in any way to prevent easy reading by drivers following behind or next to a S&ME operated truck.

Portable Ladder Safety Program - S&ME Section XXXV

  • All Ladders used at S&ME are free from defects and all moving parts are working properly;

  • All affected employees using ladders have been trained;

  • Has the Branch ensured the defective or damaged ladders are taken out of service?

  • When not in use, ladders shall be stored in a designated location out of direct sunlight and not exposed to harmful elements that may cause decay/damage.

  • Broken equipment tagged out of service and removed from property?

Lab and Shop Areas

  • Proper PPE signs posted for machine use.

  • Bench grinders maintain a maximum distance of 1/8" at rest platform and a maximum of 1/4" at the top side of grinder:

  • PPE readily available for capping concrete cylinders:

  • Break machine in good condition with safety cage in place:

  • Capping compound area properly ventilated:

  • Cylinder curing room have adequate lighting:

  • Work area free from STF hazards:

  • Work area is clean, organized, and all tools and equipment properly stored:

Fire and Emergency Provisions

  • Branch emergency action plan posted:

  • First Aid Kit and AED inspected and fully stocked:

  • Hazcom Program posted and up to date:

  • Fire doors kept closed:

  • Fire extinguishers in place, free from obstruction and have been inspected and documented:

  • Fire alarm call points free from obstruction:

  • Items stored no closer than 18 inches of ceiling with sprinklers:

  • Auxiliary lighting working:

Hazard Communication - Section VII

  • Written Program

  • Up to date list of hazardous chemicals known to be present in the work place.

  • Information on precautionary labels and other forms of warning for known hazardous chemicals in the work place.

  • Are all chemicals properly labeled and legible?

  • MSDS for every chemical:

  • Documentation of periodic Inspections (6.5)

  • Written Documentation of Verification of Training (8.3)

  • Auditor

  • Audited

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