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1.0 Emergency

1.1 At least one member of the crew onsite is 1st Aid, CPR, AED certified?

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1.2 First Aid Kit readily available, properly stocked, and supplies are within date?

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1.3 Eyewash station is readily available, sealed, and shelf life is within date?

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1.4 Emergency action plan posted with emergency contacts and their phone numbers including TZC emergency procedures?

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2.0 Hazard Identification

2.1 Team book is completed for today's activities, reviewd, and signed by persons involved in job activities?

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2.2 CWP onsite of where activities are being conducted, reviewed and signed by all personnel involved in activities.

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2.3 Equipment operators conducted inspection of equipment prior to the comensement of operations?

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2.4 Hotwork, confined space permits, scaffold, trench, and trench inspection /permits are completed as required?

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2.5 Danger, Caution, Warning, and Notice signs are legible and in place as required?

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2.6 Defective tools, equipment and machinery are de-energized/inoperable locked and tagged out?

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3.0 Housekeeping

3.1 Work area is clean and free of excess trash/debri?

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3.2 Trash cans /skiff are available for use, and trash doesn't pass the confines of its container?

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3.3 Nails and other sharps doesn't pose a hazard?

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3.4 Equipment, tools, electrical cords, etc are properly stored when not in use?

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4.0 Hand and electrical tools

4.1 Right tool being used for job at hand?

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4.2 Tools in good condition (i.e. mushroom head on punch, cracked hammer handle, cracked stanchion on ladder), or is tagged and removed from service?

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4.3 Electrical cords are not frayed and ground prongs are in place where required?

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4.4 Eletrical tools are not being raised, lowered, or carried by the electrical cord?

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4.5 Guards and/or handles are in place as required?

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5.0 Generators

5.1 Exhaust doesn't pose a burn injury?

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5.2 Equipped with a GFCI or GFCI pigtail?

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5.3 Generators are connected to earth ground as required by the manufacture?

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6.0 Access

6.1 Proper access is provided when crossing or stepping (horizontal or vertically)19 inches or more?

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6.2 Are there at least two means of access are available?

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6.3 Access areas are free of obstructions leading to, through, and beyond access points?

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6.4 Ladders and gangways are properly secured?

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6.5 Ladders extend three feet above landing and have proper angle (base out by the L÷4)?

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6.6 No open holes 2 inches or more on walking surfaces?

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7.0 PPE

7.1 Standard PPE being worn by all personnel on TZC Jobsite (hard hat, safety glasses, traffic vest or PFD, gloves, and proper foot protection)?

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7.2 Specialized PPE used as required by the job task and/or safety data sheet (SDS)?

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8.0 Fire Protection

8.1 Containers are labeled with its contents?

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8.2 SDSs are available for review?

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8.3 Containers are properly closed and stored when not in use?

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8.4 Fire extinguishers' inspections are current, they're ready for use, and are unobstructed?

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8.5 Compressed oxygen cylinders are not stored next oil, or other combustibles unless separated by a 1/2 hour fire wall or 20 feet?

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8.6 Check valves are in place between regulators and hoses of cutting rigs?

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8.7 Compressed oxygen /acetylene cylinders are secured in a vertical position? Additionally, regulators are removed and caps applied when stored (not used in 24 hours or more)? Note: Caps don't apply to a cascade system.

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8.8 Oily rags, soak pads, etc. are placed in a labeled metal container with lid?

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9.0 Fall Protection

9.1 Guardrails are in place and in good condition?

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9.2 Personal fall protection system (PFAS) is in good condition, properly worn and fitted?

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9.3 Fall protection is in place, being used as required, and per its design?

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9.4 Protection is provided for Impalement hazards?

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11.0 Marine Activities

11.1 Personal Floatation Device (PFD) is in use, good condition, worn properly, and is equipped with a whistle and water activated light?

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11.2 Rescue boat/skiff is readily available and properly equipped

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11.3 Man overboard kit is readily available and properly equipped?

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11.4 At least two life rings with 90 feet of rope are available on each barge and not more than 100 feet in traveling distance?

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11.5 All rolling equipment and/or items that may be be blown/fall overboard are secured?

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11.6 Extra measures are in place during frigid weather conditions to prevent personnel from falling overboard?

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11.7 Man overboard drills are conducted on a regular basis with TZC peronnel when they're working over or near water's edge?

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12.0 Rigging and Slings

12.1 Missing or illegible manufacturer's name or trademark and/or rated load identification (or size required)?

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12.2 No obvious indication of bent, twisted, distorted, stretched, elongated, cracked or broken load bearing components?

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12.3 No obvious indication of heat damage including weld spatter or arc strikes, evidence of unauthorized welding?

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12.4 No obvious indication of acid, caustic burns, melting, or charing on synthetic slings?

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12.5 No obvius abrasive wear, holes, tears, cuts, or snags

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12.6 No obvious holes, tears, cuts, abrasive wear or snags that expose the core yarns on round slings

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12.7 Rigging properly stored?

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13.0 Other Issues or Concerns

13.1 Other issues or concerns

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13.2 Other issues or concerns

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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.