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Administrative Requirements 1. Is the Department of Labor and Employment job safety and health protection poster (or a facsimile) posted in a conspicuous place? YES
based on DOLE Labor Code of the Philippines (Presidential Decree 442)
YES NO ____ ____
2. Are all occupational deaths, injuries, and illnesses recorded on the DOLE form 200 as required? NO
because it helps DOLE monitor the condition of occupational safety and casualties.
3. Is each recordable injury entered on the OSHA 200 within 6 working days of the employer learning of the injury? YES
for the location and maintenance of records
4. Is the DOLE 200 summary for previous year posted from February 1 to March 1?YES
according to OSHA 200 Log Guidelines for all employees to see
YES NO ____ ____
5. Is a DOLE form 101 (or it¶s equivalent), supplemental record of each occupational injury or illness, available at the establishment? YES
according to Presidential Decree 442
6. Is the DOLE Area Director notified with fortyeight hours of any employment fatality or any accident which results in the hospitalization of five or more employees? NO within 8 hrs only according to SCRR Article I, Subarticle III, Section 3.08
General Safety and Health 1. and made aware of the potential hazards. Are employees who are required to handle or use poisons. caustics. Is each employee instructed in the recognition and avoidance of unsafe conditions and the regulations applicable to his work environment to control or eliminate any hazards or other exposure to illness or injury? YES to instill personal awareness towards safety among employees according to 1926.21(b)(3) ____ ____ . and other harmful substances instructed in their safe handling and use.21(b)(2) YES NO ____ ____ 2. personal hygiene. and personal protective measures? YES according to Occupational Safety and Health Administration of DOLE 1926.
and stairs. passageways. Is form and scrap lumber with protruding nails and all other debris kept cleared from work areas.3. and in the use of protective and emergency equipment? YES according to Occupational Safety and Health Administration of DOLE YES NO ____ ____ 4. Are employees required to wear appropriate personal protective equipment when there is an exposure to hazardous conditions? YES according to Safety and Health Regulations for Construction of DOLE ____ ____ . Are employees who are required to enter confined or enclosed spaces instructed as to the nature of the hazards involved. YES according to Safety and Health Regulations for Construction of DOLE ____ ____ 5. the necessary precautions to be taken.
YES NO ____ ____ Is a facility for the treatment of injured employees located within three minutes of the job site? If not. or ambulances conspicuously posted? YES acc. hospitals.51 so that in case of emergency. 2. Sanitation 1. The employer is responsible for providing these supplies. is there an employee(s) trained if first aid at the site? YES according to Labor Code of the Phils. First Aid. Are telephone numbers of physicians. Are first aid supplies that are approved by the consulting physician readily accessible? YES according to Labor Code of the Phils. any employee can call the phone numbers easily ____ ____ .Medical Services. to OSHA 1926. ____ ____ 3.
1926.YES NO 4.51 5. Are the regulations concerning protection of employees against the effects of noise exposure understood and complied with? YES as part of the provisions of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 1926.52 ____ ____ ____ ____ . Are potable (drinking) water and adequate toilet facilities available at the job site? YES as part of the provisions of the Labor Code of the Phils.
0 fiber per cubic centimeter of air as averaged over a sampling period of thirty minutes? 3. Does the employer assure that no employee is exposed to more than 0.2 fibers per cubic centimeter of air as an eight-hour time weighted average? 2. On multi-employer worksites. are all other employees informed of the existence and requirements.Asbestos 1. Does the employer assure that no employee is exposed to more than 1. regulated areas. and of the work with asbestos? YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ .
are regulated work areas established and all requirements met? 5. If TWA or excursion limit listed is exceeded. Are engineering controls used to meet TWA and excursion limits? ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ .YES NO 4. Is employee exposure monitoring meeting the requirements conducted? 6.
Are respirators properly selected and used as required? 8. Are clean change areas with separate facilities for protective and street clothing provided? ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . Are laundering requirements. If TWA or excursion limit is exceeded. is proper protective clothing selected and used? 9. and inspection requirements met? 10.YES NO 7. transportation of contaminated clothing requirements.
Is employee training provided for all employees exposed to asbestos above the action level or excursion limit? ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ .YES NO 11. Are warning signs and labels used as required? 14. Is a decontamination area meeting requirements provided? 13. Is a lunch area with exposure to asbestos below action level and/or the excursion limit provided? 12.
____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . Is HEPA filtered vacuuming equipment used and is waste properly disposed of? 16.YES NO 15. and transferred as required? *For the purpose of this checklist. and acrinoiite. tremolite. made available. anthophyllite. Is a medical surveillance program meeting all requirements of this section provided? 17. asbestos includes asbestos. Are all required records kept.
YES NO Hazard Communication 1. Does employer either: A. Does employer have a written Hazard Communication Program? 2. Provide other employers who may have exposed employees with DOLE or B. Does employer have a complete list of hazardous chemicals used on site? Does list reference appropriate DOLE? 3. Make DOLE available at a central worksite location? ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ .
labeled. Does labeling include both: a ) identify. or marked? 7. b) hazard warning? NOTE: Labels need not be used on portable containers to be immediately used by employee making transfer.YES NO 4. Does employer inform other employers of labeling system? 6. Does employer inform other employers of any precautionary measures they may need to take? 5. tagged. Are containers of hazardous chemicals. ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ .
8. Are employees trained in the hazards of chemical in their work area? 11. Are DOLE¶s available to employees? 10. Does employer have an MSDS for each hazardous chemical on site? 9. Does training include: a) hazard communication standard requirements? b) any operation in employee¶s area where hazardous chemicals may be present? YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ .
YES NO c) location and availability of Hazard Communication Program d) methods that may be used to detect a chemical release? e) physical and chemical hazards of chemicals in the workplace f) measures employees can take to protect themselves? g) details of employers Hazard Communication Programs? (labeling. DOLE. how to obtain and use information) ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ .
or electrical shock and burns? YES According to OSHA 1926. Personal Protective Equipment 1. Are protective helmets (hard hats) worn at all times where there is a possible danger of head injury from impact. etc. unlabeled pipes.12. Does employer have a method of informing employees of the hazards of non-routine tasks.100 2. falling or flying objects. Are employees provided with eye and face protection? YES According to OSHA 1926.102 YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ .
scaffolds. Is firefighting equipment conspicuously located? YES according to 1926.150(a)(4) OSHA ____ ____ . Are safety nets provided when work areas are more than twenty-five feet above ground or water surfaces and the use of ladders. catch platforms.150(a)(1) OSHA ____ ____ 2. YES NO ____ ____ Has a fire protection program been YES developed? according to 1926. safety lines. or safety belts in not practical? Fire Protection and Prevention 1.150(a)(3) OSHA ____ ____ 3. temporary floors. Is firefighting equipment periodically inspected and maintained in operating condition? YES according to 1926.3.
Is firefighting equipment selected and provided according to the listed requirement? YES according to 1926.152(a)(1) of OSHA 1.4. is it in an approved cabinet? YES according to 1926. 6. YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . Are all flammable and combustible liquids stored and handled in approved containers and portable tanks? YES according to 1926. If more than twenty-five gallons of flammable or combustible liquid is stored in a room.152(b)(1) of OSHA 1.150(c) of OSHA 5.
and lubrication or service YES area? according to 1926. Signals and Barricades 1. dispenser. Are flagmen equipped with flags (at least eighteen inches square)sign paddles. Is at least one portable fire extinguisher with a rating of not less than 20-B:C located within seventy-five feet of each pump. or lights? ____ ____ ____ ____ . symbols and accident prevention tags in compliance with the following? 2. underground file pipe opening. Are required signs.152(g)(11) of OSHA YES NO ____ ____ Signs.7.
Handling. ____ ____ Are materials which are stored in tiers either stacked. Are flagmen wearing red or orange warning garments? If working at night is warning garments reflectorized? Materials Storage.250(a)(1) of OSHA ____ ____ 2. or otherwise secured to prevent sliding.YES NO 3.250(b)(1) of OSHA ____ ____ . or collapse? YES according to 1926. Are materials stored more than six feet from any hoist way or inside floor opening and more than ten feet from any exterior walls that do not extend above the top of the stored materials? YES according to 1926. blocked. interlocked. racked. falling. Disposal 1.
Do alloy steel chain slings have a permanently affixed durable identification stating size. coupling links. oblong links. Are waste materials disposed of properly? YES according to OSHA 1926.252 5.251(b)(1) ____ ____ ____ ____ 6. Are aisles and passageways kept clear and in good repair? YES according to OSHA 1926. and other attachments have a rated capacity at least that of the chain? YES according to OSHA 1926. Do any hooks.251(b)(2) Note: Job or shop hooks and links or makeshift fasteners are not to be used 1926. pear shaped links.3. capacity. grade.251(b)(3) ____ ____ . rings.250(a)(3) YES NO ____ ____ 4. and manufacturer? YES according to OSHA 1926.
7. Are hand and power tools furnished by employer or employee maintained in a safe condition? YES according to OSHA 1926. Is all rigging equipment for material handling inspected prior to use on each shift? YES according to OSHA 1926. When forming eyes in wire rope are Ubolt clips properly spaced and installed? YES according to OSHA 1926.251(c)(5) and (c)(5)(i) ____ ____ ____ ____ Tools.YES NO Note: Job or shop hooks and links or makeshift fasteners are not to be used. Hand and Power 1.300(a) ____ ____ .251(a)(1) 8.
spindles.302(a) 4. and chains properly guarded? YES according to OSHA 1926.302(a) ____ ____ ____ ____ 5. Have all employees who operated powder actuated tools trained in the use of the particular tool they use? YES according to OSHA 1926.1.300(b)(1) & (2) ____ ____ 3.YES NO 2. Are electric power operation tools equipment with proper ground or double insulated? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are power tools. fly wheels. shaft.0-1926 Section 4. belts. gears. pulleys. Do all circular saws have an exhaust hood or a guard to prevent accidental contact with the saw blade if there is a possibility of contact either beneath or YES according to OSHA behind the table? 1926.304(f) ANSI 01.1 ____ ____ . sprockets. drums.
2(c) ____ ____ .YES NO 6.304(d) ____ ____ 7.1.304(f) ANSI 01.1.1. Do hand fed circular rip saws have nonYES kickback fingers or dogs? according to OSHA 1926.304(f) ANSI 01. Do hand fed circular rip saws have a spreader? YES according to OSHA 1926.1-1926 Section 4.0-1926 Section 4.2(b) ____ ____ 9.304(f) ANSI 01.2(a) ____ ____ 8.1-1926 Section 4. Do all portable circular saws have a guard above the base plate and a guard below the base plate that will automatically and instantly return to the covering position when the saw is withdrawn from the work? YES according to OSHA 1926. Do hand fed circular rip saws have an upper blade guard? YES according to OSHA 1926.
YES NO 10.9(d)(1) ____ ____ Welding and Cutting 1.1-1926 Section 4.9(a) ____ ____ 11.304(f) ANSI 01.1-1926 Section 4. When transporting or storing compressed gas cylinders. Are cylinders secured in a vertical position when transported by power vehicles? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are radial arm saws equipped with an adjustable stop or sufficiently wide table so that saw blade does not pass the edge of the table? YES according to OSHA 1926.304(f) ANSI 01. are cylinders secured and caps in place? YES according to OSHA 1926. Do all radial arm saws have upper and lower blade guards? YES according to OSHA 1918.104.22.1680(a)(4) .350(a)(1) ____ ____ ____ ____ 2.
are never used as rollers or supports? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are torches inspected for leaking shut off valves.350(i) ____ ____ ____ ____ .350(a)(9) 4.350(g)(2) shift? 7.350(c)(1) YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ 5. Are all compressed gas cylinders secured in an upright position at all times? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are employees instructed in the safe use YES according to OSHA of fuel gas? 1926. hose couplings. Are oxygen cylinders and fittings kept away from oil and grease? YES according to OSHA 1926. Is it insured that cylinders.3. and tip connections at the beginning of each YES according to OSHA 1926. full or empty.350(d) ____ ____ 6.
8. Are employees instructed in the safe means of arc welding and cutting? YES according to OSHA 1926.351(e) ____ ____ .351(d) ____ ____ 11. Are welding and cutting operations shielded by noncombustible or flameproof screen whenever practicable? YES according to OSHA 1926.351(c)(5) ____ ____ 10.350(h) YES NO ____ ____ 9. Are oxygen and fuel gas regulators in proper working order? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are frames of all arc welding and cutting machines grounded? YES according to OSHA 1926.
Are employees who are performing any type of welding.352(d) . or heating protected by suitable eye protective equipment? YES according to OSHA 1926.353(e)(2) ____ ____ 14. cutting.YES NO 12.351(d)(1) ____ ____ ____ ____ 13. Is suitable fire extinguishing equipment immediately available in work area and ready for instant use? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are electrodes removed and electrode holders placed or protected so they cannot make electrical contact with employees when the holders are left unattended? YES according to OSHA 1926.
352(I) 17. cutting. Before heat is applied to a drum. container. or heating? YES according to 1926. or hollow structures which have contained toxic or flammable substances either filled with water or thoroughly cleaned of such substances. Are drums.353(a)(2) and (3) ____ ____ ____ ____ .352(I) ____ ____ 16.YES NO 15. ventilated and tested before welding. Is mechanical ventilation system of sufficient capacity and so arranged to remove fumes and smoke and keep the concentration within safe limits? YES according to OSHA 1926. or hollow structure is a vent or opening provided to release built up pressure? YES according to OSHA 1926. containers.
or airline respirators provided? YES according to OSHA 1926.353(b)(1) YES NO ____ ____ Electrical 1. Is sufficient working space provided to permit safe operation and maintenance of electrical equipment? YES according to OSHA 1926.403(h) ____ ____ 3. local exhaust ventilation.403(b)(1) ____ ____ 2. When employees are welding.18. Are disconnecting means legibly marked to indicate purpose unless located so that purpose is evident? YES according to OSHA 1926. cutting. is either general mechanical ventilation.403(i)(1) ____ ____ . Is all electrical equipment free from recognized hazards that may cause death or serious harm? YES according to OSHA 1926. or heating in confined space.
404(f)(6) YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ .353(b)(1) 7.404(b)(2) 9. Are ground fault circuit interrupters used to protect employees? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are outlet devices correctly matched with load being served? YES according to OSHA 1926.403(i)(2) 5. Are live electrical parts guarded against accidental contact? YES according to OSHA 1926. Is polarity of conductors correct? YES according to OSHA 1926.404(b)(1)(iii) 8. equipment.4.404(a)(2) 6. If not. Is path to ground from circuits. and enclosures permanent and continuous? YES according to OSHA 1926. is an assured equipment grounding program in place? YES according to OSHA 1926.
404(f)(7)(iv) 11. and fittings closed? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are electrical extension cords of the three wire type? YES according to OSHA 1926.405(b)(1) YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . Are lamps for general illumination protected against breakage? YES according to 1926.405(a)(2)(ii)(I) 13. boxes.405(a)(2)(ii)(J) 14.10. Are exposed noncurrent carrying metal parts of cords and plug connected equipment rounded? YES according to 1926.405(a)(2)(ii)(E) 12. Are unused openings in cabinets. Are flexible cords and cables protected from damage? YES according to OSHA 1926.
attached to building surfaces. fittings. boxes. through doorways or windows. Are all cabinets. cut out boxes. and floors. attached to building surfaces. ceilings. and fittings have covers? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are flexible cords and cables not used where run through holes in walls. or floors? YES according to OSHA YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . or concealed behind walls. ceilings. or floors? YES according to OSHA 1926. switches. or concealed behind walls. Do all pull boxes. ceilings. circuit breakers.405(g)(1)(iii) 17. through doorways or windows. panel board enclosures.15.405(b)(2) 16. junction boxes.
Are fixtures and receptacles in wet or damp locations identified for that purpose and installed so that water YES according to cannot enter? OSHA 1926.407(b) 20.416(e)(1) ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ .YES NO 18.405(j)(1)(v) and (j)(2)(ii) 19. Is all electrical equipment used in hazardous locations either approved for the location or intrinsically safe? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are electrical cords or cables taken out of service when worn or frayed? YES according to OSHA 1926.
Is the footing or anchorage for scaffolds sound. Are defective ladders ±broken or missing rungs or steps. and capable of supporting the maximum intended load without settling or displacement? YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . and toe boards in compliance with tables in this subpart? 3.Ladders and Scaffolding 1. broken or split side rails ± immediately withdrawn from service? 2. guardrails. Are scaffolds. rigid.
Do scaffolds four to ten feet in height. nor more than twelve inches? YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . have standard guardrails on all open sides and ends of platform? 6. Are scaffold guardrails and toeboards installed on all open sides and ends of platforms more than ten feet above ground or floor? 5. Are scaffolds capable of supporting at least four times their maximum intended load? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are scaffold planks extended over their end supports not less than six inches.4. with a minimum horizontal dimension in either direction of less than forty-five inches.451(a) 7.
Are manually propelled mobile scaffolds erected so that their height is no more than four times the minimum base dimension? 9. synthetic.YES NO 8. platforms. slings. and synthetic). or fiber ropes capable of supporting at least six times the related load? 11. fiber. hangers. and other supporting parts of two point suspended scaffolds inspected before every installation? ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . Are caster or wheels on mobile scaffolds locked while in use by any person? 10. Are all ropes (wire. Are all two point suspended scaffolds suspended by wire.
12. Are wall openings four feet or more above ground properly guarded? YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . Are all employees on two point suspended scaffolds protected by a lifeline and safety belt? Floor and Wall Openings 1. Are skylight openings guarded by fixed standard railings on all exposed. Are floor and wall openings properly guarded with standard railings and toeboards? 2. or are covers capable of supporting two hundred pounds installed? 3.
Are open sided floors platforms six feet or more above ground or floor levels guarded by standard railing? 6.YES NO 4. guarded by a standard railing and toe-board? 7. Are runways higher than four feet and on which tools. Are flights of stairs with four or more risers equipped with standard stair railings or handrails? ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . machine parts. Are extension platforms outside a wall properly guarded with side rails or equivalent guards? 5. or material are likely to be used.
YES NO 8. Are employees performing built up roofing work on low pitched roofs with a ground to eave height greater than sixteen feet protected from falling from the side edge of the roof? 9. Where mechanical equipment is being used on the roof during built up roofing work and a warning line system is used to protect the workers from falling, is the warning line erected
a.) around all sides of the work area? b.) not less than six feet from edge which is parallel to the direction of mechanical equipment operation? c.) Not less than ten feet from the roof edge which is perpendicular to the direction of mechanical equipment operation?
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10. Is the warning line flagged with a highvisibility material at not more than six foot intervals? 11. Is the warning line supported so that its lowest point (including slack) is no closer than thirty-four inches nor higher than thirty-nine inches from the roof surface? 12. Are employees working in a roof edge materials handling area or materials storage area protected from falling by guardrails, safety nets, or a safety belt system?
YES NO ____ ____
YES NO 13. Are materials stored at least six feet away from the edge when guardrails are not erected at roof edge? 14. Is a training program designed to train employees in the recognition of hazards of falling that are associated with working near a roof perimeter provided for all employees?
550(a)(5) . recommended operating speeds. and special hazard warnings posted on all equipment and YES visible from operator¶s station? according to OSHA 1926.550(a)(2) ____ ____ ____ ____ 3. Are rated load capacities. Elevators.451(a) ____ ____ 2. Conveyors 1.YES NO Cranes. Are manufacture¶s specifications and limitations applicable to the operation of any and all cranes and derricks complied with? YES according to OSHA 1926. Is equipment inspected by a competent person before each use? YES according to OSHA 1926. Hoists.550(a)(1) 26. Derricks.
550(b)(2) ANSI B30.550(a)(6) ____ ____ YES 5.550(a)(9) ____ ____ 6.5-1968 Chapter 5-3 ____ ____ . is the boom lowered to the ground level or otherwise securely fastened? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are accessible areas within the swing radius of the rotating superstructure of the crane barricaded? YES according to OSHA 1926. Before leaving crane unattended. Are thorough annual inspections made on hoisting machinery and records of the dates and results of the inspection maintained by employer? according to OSHA 1926.YES NO 4.
5-1968 Chapter 5-3 YES NO ____ ____ 8. with or without support of the boom harness.550(g)(3)(i) ____ ____ .7. securely blocked to prevent dropping of the boom and boom sections? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are cranes or derricks only used to hoist employees on a personal platform when conventional means are more hazardous or impossible? YES according to OSHA 1926.550(b)(2) ANSI B30. are all operation criteria required by this YES according standard being followed? to OSHA 1926.550(g)(2) ____ ____ 9. If a personal platform is being used. Are booms which are being assembled or disassembled on the ground.
Has a trail lift.550(g)(3)(ii) YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ 11.550(a)(5) .550(g)(4) ____ ____ 12. and proof testing been conducted? YES according to OSHA 1926. ³equipment should be inspected by a competent person before each use«´ . and an anti-two blocking device or two block damage prevention feature? YES according to OSHA 1926. Does the crane or derrick used with a personal platform have a boom angle indicator (if equipped with a variable angle boom).10. inspection. Does the personnel platform meet all design criteria and platform specifications required by this standard? YES according to OSHA 1926. a device to indicate boom length (if equipped with telescoping boom).
552(b)(2) ____ ____ 15. Are hoistway door or gates on personnel hoists at least six feet high? NO according to OSHA 1926. Are hoistway doors or gates provided with mechanical locks which cannot be operated from landing side and are accessible only to persons in car? YES according to OSHA 1926.552(c)(4) .552(b)(1)(ii) YES NO ____ ____ 14. Are hoistway entrances protected by substantial gates or bars? YES according to OSHA 1926. requirement ____ ____ ____ ____ 16.13. 6ft & 6´ high is the min. Are employees prohibited from riding on material hoist except for the purpose of inspection and maintenance? YES according to OSHA 1926.552(c)(4) .
Where conveyors pass over areas or aisles. have guards been provided to protect employees from falling materials? YES according to OSHA 1926.555(a)(1) ____ ____ .552(c)(7) YES NO ____ ____ 18. Is the safe working load of overhead hoist. Are conveyors equipped with audible warning signals and is that signal sounded immediately before starting the conveyor? YES according to OSHA 1926.554(a)(1) 19. Are overhead protective coverings provided on top of hoist cages or platforms? YES according to OSHA 1926. indicated on the hoist and that safe working load not being exceeded? YES 1926.555(a)(5) ____ ____ ____ ____ 20.17. as determined by the manufacturer.
Are all vehicles which are left unattended at night. cages. equipped with lights.600(a)(2) rings? ____ ____ . reflectors. Are tire racks. Mechanized Equipment 1. or barricades to identify the location of the equipment? YES according to OSHA 1926. or equivalent protective devices provided and used when inflating. Are body belts worn and lanyards attached to the boom or basket when employees are working from an aerial lift? YES according to OSHA 1926. adjacent toa highway in normal use or a construction site where work is in progress.556(b)(2)(v) YES NO ____ ____ Motor Vehicles. mounting.600(a)(1) ____ ____ 2.21. or dismounting tires installed on split rims or locking YES according to OSHA 1926.
Are motor vehicles which operate within an off highway job site that is closed to public traffic being operated according to the requirements of this standard? YES refer to no. and parking brake system in operable condition? YES according to OSHA 1926. emergency brake system. Do these vehicles have a service brake system.600(a)(1) article of the Occupational Safety and Health Rules and Regulations of OSHA ____ ____ 6. etc. Are parking brakes set on parked equipment.1 or 1926. Are bulldozer and scraper blades.600(a)(3)(i) ____ ____ 4. dump bodies.600(a)(3)(ii) ____ ____ 5..YES NO 3. and are wheels chocked when parked on an incline? YES according to OSHA 1926. fully lowered or blocked when being repaired or not inuse? YES according to OSHA 1926.601(b)(1) ____ ____ .
Do all vehicles with an obstructed view to the rear have a back up alarm or are always used with a observer? YES according to OSHA 1926.601(b)(4) ____ ____ 9. Do all vehicles have seat belts and are they used? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are operating levers on dump truck equipped with latches? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are all vehicles equipped with an audible warning device that is in operable condition at the operator¶s station? YES according to OSHA 1926.YES NO 7. Are tail gate handles on dump truck arranged to keep operator clear? according to OSHA 1926.601(b)(9) 10.601(b)(12) ____ ____ ____ ____ YES 11.601(b)(3) ____ ____ 8.601(b)(11) ____ ____ .
Are vehicles in use inspected at the beginning of each shift to assure that all parts. Are seat belts provided on all earthmoving equipment except those not equipped with ROPS and those designed for stand up operation? YES according to OSHA 1926. Is all earthmoving or compacting equipment with obstructed rear view equipped with an operable backup alarm YES or used only with an observer? according to OSHA 1926. and accessories affecting safety operation are free of defects? YES according to OSHA 1926.YES NO 12.602(a)(9)(ii) ____ ____ ____ ____ . ____ ____ ____ ____ 14.602(a)(9)(i) 15. Does all bi-directional earthmoving equipment have a horn in operable condition? YES according to OSHA 1926.601(b)(14) 13. equipment.602(a)(2)(i) *Note: See Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS).
16. Unless employees can step safely to or from the wharf. is a ramp of adequate strength. float. well maintained and properly secured or a safe walkway provided? YES according to OSHA 1926. or river towboat.604(a)(2) ____ ____ 18.602(c)(1)(v) YES NO ____ ____ YES 17.605(b)(1) and (2) ____ ____ . Are all high lift rider industrial trucks equipped with overhead guards? according to OSHA 1926. with side boards. Is all equipment used in site clearing operations equipped with proper rollover protection? YES according to OSHA 1926.
1-1969 Section 702I YES NO ____ ____ Excavations 1.651(a) to safeguard employees ____ ____ 2. Are all surface encumbrances that may create a hazard removed or supported? YES according to OSHA 1926. brakes. governors.19. Are all powered industrial trucks equipped with inspected and working. and (3) ____ ____ 3. guards and safety devices? YES according to OSHA 1926.651(b)(1). Have all underground utility installation been located? YES according to OSHA 1926. (2). are stairways.602(c)(1)(vi) Note: ANSI B56. In trenches more than four feet deep.651(c)(2) ____ ____ . control mechanism. lift overhead devices. lights. or ramps located so that travel to them is no more than twenty-five feet? YES according to OSHA 1926. steering mechanisms. ladders. warning devices.
4.651(g) ____ ____ 7. Are excavation or other materials kept at least two feet from the edge of excavations? YES according to OSHA 1926.651(d) YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ 5.651(j)(2) . Are testing and controls used to prevent exposure to hazardous atmospheres? YES according to OSHA 1926. hand or mechanical signals or stop logs used when mobile equipment approaches the edge of the excavation? YES according to OSHA 1926.651(f) ____ ____ 6. Is a warning system such as barricades. Are employees exposed to vehicular traffic wearing warning vests made of reflectorized or high visibility material? YES according to OSHA 1926.
or with the potential for cave in.701(d) ____ ____ 3. and F to this standard ____ ____ Concrete. Is excavation inspected daily and after any hazard increasing occurrence? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are employees in an excavation five feet deep or more. Is all protruding reinforced steel. D. guarded to eliminate the hazard of impalement? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are employees protected by safety belts when placing or tying reinforcing steel more than six feet above adjacent working surfaces? . onto or into which employee could fall. E. Are employees prohibited from riding concrete buckets? YES according to OSHA 1926.652(a)(1) Note: See appendices A.8. Concrete Forms and Shoring 1. C. protected by an adequate protective system? YES according to OSHA 1926. B.651(k)(1) YES NO ____ ____ 9.701(b) ____ ____ 2.
supported. fabricated. have a control switch that automatically shuts if its operators hands are removed from handles? YES according to OSHA 1926. braced. Is erected shoring equipment inspected immediately prior to.702(j)(1) ____ ____ ____ ____ 6. that are manually guided. Is all formwork for cast-in-place concrete designed.703(b)(3) ____ ____ .702(c) 5.703(a)(1) ____ ____ 7.YES NO 4. Is a lock out tag out procedure in use of any machinery where inadvertent operation could cause injury? YES according to OSHA 1926. rotating-type concrete trowels. and maintained so that it will support without failure all loads that may be anticipated? YES according to OSHA 1926. during and immediately after concrete placement? YES according to OSHA 1926. erected. Do powered.
651(k)(1) YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ 10. Architect? Do designs and plans include prescribed methods of erection? YES according to OSHA 1926. Is the maximum number of manually controlled jacks on one slab limited to fourteen? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are precast concrete wall units. Are forms and shores left in place until employer determines that the concrete can support its weight and superimposed loads? YES according to OSHA 1926.704(a) ____ ____ 11. Does jacking equipment have a safety factor of 2. structural framing. and tiltup wall panels supported to prevent overturning and collapse until permanent connections are made? YES according to OSHA 1926.5? YES according to OSHA 1926.8.705 Appendix ____ ____ 12.705 Appendix A ____ ____ .703(e)(1) 9.
706(b) ____ ____ .705 Appendix A ____ ____ ____ ____ 14. Are only those employees required for jacking and to secure slabs permitted under slab during jacking? YES according to OSHA 1926.YES NO 13.705 Appendix A ____ ____ 15.706(a) 16. Are jacking operations synchronized to insure even and uniform lifting? YES according to OSHA 1926. Is a limited access zone established when constructing a masonry wall? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are all masonry walls over eight feet in height braced or supported to prevent collapse? YES according to OSHA 1926.
temporary floors. Are safety nets used when the work area is more than twenty-five feet above the ground. safety lines and safety belts are impractical? 2. except where the structural integrity is maintained as a result of the design? YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ . scaffolds. water surface or other surface where ladders. Is permanent flooring installed as the erection progresses and is there a maximum of eight floors between the erection floor and the uppermost permanent floor.Steel Erection 1. catch platforms.
Temporary flooring ±skeleton steel construction in tiered buildings: Is the derrick or erection floor solidly planked except for access openings? Is the planking or decking or proper thickness to carry work load? Is planking two inches minimum full size undressed. Is a safety railing of one half inch wire rope or equal installed approximately forty-two inches around the periphery of all temporary planked or temporary metal decked floors of tiered buildings and other multi-floored structures during structural steel assembly? ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . laid tight.YES NO 3. and secured? 4.
Are tag lines used for controlling loads? 7. and on handle not less than number nine wire? YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . On pneumatic riveting hammers. Where long span joints or trusses forty feet or longer are used. is a center row of bolted bridging installed? 6. is the safety wire on snap not less than number fourteen wire.5. are Precautions taken to prevent fires? 9. Are locking devices provided to retain sockets on impact wrenches? 8. When riveting in the vicinity of combustible material.
exterior plywood. Are turnbuckles secured to prevent unwinding under stress? 11.YES NO 10. Are plumbing-up guys and related equipment placed so that employees can reach connection points? 12. or the equivalent placed around columns where planks do not fit tightly? ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . In plumbing-up. Is wire mesh. do the planks overlap the bearing on each end by a minimum of twelve inches? 13.
14. Is a check-in and check-out system used that will provide positive identification of every employee underground? Is an accurate record and location of the employees kept on the surface? YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . Are safe means of access provided and maintained to all working places? 2. Are all unused openings in floor planked over or guarded? 15. Are employees provided with safety belts when working on float scaffolds? Tunnels and Shafts 1.
Is a maximum of one days supply of diesel fuel stored underground? 6. or used underground? YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ . Are Bureau of Mines approved selfrescuers available to equip each employee near the advancing face and on haulage equipment and other areas where employees may be trapped by smoke or gas? 5.3. stored. Are emergency evacuation plans and procedures developed and made known to employees? 4. Are gasoline and liquefied petroleum gases prohibited from being taken.
Compresses Air: Is a competent person present at all times who is designated And representing the employer. Are enclosed metal cages used to raise and lower persons in the shaft? 8. At coffer dams.7. are warning signals for evacuation of employees in case of emergency developed and posted? 9. who is familiar with all requirements of the subpart and is responsible for all compliance with this and other applicable subparts? YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ .
is the area onto which the material is dropped completely enclosed with barricades at least fortytwo inches high and at least six feet back from the projected edge of the opening above? YES according to OSHA 1926. If employees are exposed to the hazard of falling through wall openings.705 Appendix A ____ ____ . If debris is dropped through holes in the floor without cutes.705 Appendix A YES NO ____ ____ 2.Demolition 1. are the openings protected to a height of approximately forty-two inches? YES according to OSHA 1926.
is any area where material is dropped outside the exterior walls of the structure effectively protected?YES according to OSHA 1926. passageways. Are all floor openings not used as material drops equipped with a properly secured cover that will support any load which may be imposed? YES according to OSHA 1926.705 Appendix A ____ ____ ____ ____ 6.705 Appendix A ____ ____ 5.705 Appendix ____ ____ 4. and incidental equipment covered by this section periodically inspected and maintained in a clean safe condition? YES according to OSHA 1926. ladders.705 Appendix A . Are workers engaged in razing the steel after floor arches are removed protected by planking as required? YES according to OSHA 1926.YES NO 3. Are all stairs.
firearms. or used? YES according to OSHA 1926.902(d) .7. transported. matches. Are smoking.705 materials? Appendix A YES NO ____ ____ Blasting and Explosives 1. Are only authorized and qualified persons permitted to handle explosives? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are continuous inspections made by a competent person as work progresses to detect hazards from weakened or deteriorated floors or walls or loosened YES according to OSHA 1926.900(a) ____ ____ ____ ____ 2. open flame lamps and other fires. flame or heat producing devices. and sparks prohibited in or near explosive magazines and while explosives are being handled.
lighting. Do all blasters meet the requirements specified by this standard? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are explosives not in use kept in a locked magazine? YES according to OSHA 1926. radio transmitters.900(f) ____ ____ 5.909(a) ____ ____ .3.909(c) 6. adjacent power lines. and other sources of extraneous electricity? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are precautions taken to prevent accidental discharge of electric blasting caps from current induced by radar. dust storms. Is an inventory and use record of all explosives maintained by the employer? YES according to OSHA 1926.900(i) YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ 4.
and primed cartridges stored in separate magazines from explosives or blasting agent? ____ ____ . Are explosives and related materials stored in approved facilities as required by the Internal Revenue Service Regulations 26 CFR 181.904(a) 10. electric blasting caps. Are blasting caps. detonating primers. front. Are motor vehicles transporting explosives always attended? YES according to OSHA 1926.Commerce In Explosives? YES according to OSHA 1926.902(b) YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ 9. Is every vehicle or conveyance used for transporting explosives marked on both sides.7.902(h) 8. and rear with placards reading ³EXPLOSIVES´ in red letters not less than four inches high on white background? YES according to OSHA 1926.
Is a loud warning signal given by the blaster in charge before that blast is fired? YES according to OSHA 1926.906(k) ____ ____ 12.906(t) ____ ____ .906(i) ____ ____ 13. Is tamping done only with wood rods or plastic tamping poles without exposed metal parts except for non-sparking metal connections of jointed poles? YES according to OSHA 1926.YES NO 11. Is the so-called ³drop fuse´ method of dropping or pushing a primer or any explosive with a lighted fuse prohibited? YES according to OSHA 1926.
950(h) ____ ____ 2.950(b)(2) ____ ____ 3. Does the employer provide training or require that his employees are knowledgeable and proficient in procedures involving emergency situations and first aid fundamentals including resuscitation? YES according to OSHA 1926.950(i ) ____ ____ . Does rubber protective equipment meet the requirements of DOLE series? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are electric equipment and lines considered energized until determined to be de-energized by test or other appropriate methods or means? YES according to OSHA 1926.YES NO Power Transmission and Distribution 1.
is the ground end attached first and the end attached and removed using insulated tools or other suitable devices? YES according to OSHA ____ ____ . Are tag lines or other suitable devices used to control loads being handled by hoisting equipment where hazards to employees exist? YES according to OSHA 7. When attaching grounds. Are aerial lift trucks working near energized lines or equipment grounded or barricaded and considered as energized equipment or the truck insulated for the work being performed? YES according to OSHA 1926. Class B provided and worn at job site? YES according to OSHA 5.4. Industrial Protective Helmets for Electrical Workers. Are protective hats that meet the requirements of DOLE.950(d)(1)(i ) YES NO ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ 6.
is metallic sheath continuity maintained by bonding across the opening or by equivalent means? YES according to OSHA 1926. Are the requirements complied with for all lineman body belts.950((h) . When working on buried cable or a cable in manholes. safety straps.950(b) ____ ____ ____ ____ 9. and lanyards? YES according to OSHA 1926.YES NO 8.
wheel type agricultural and industrial tractors. crawler tractors. self-propelled scrapers.950(f) Note: Not required if the above equipment was manufactures before July 1969 ____ ____ 2. Are all rubber tired.YES NO Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS) 1. and motor graders (with or without attachment) equipped with rollover protective structures? YES according to OSHA 1926.950(d) ____ ____ . crawler type loaders. Do ROPS meet minimum performance criteria detailed in these standards? YES according to OSHA 1926. rubber-tired front end loaders.
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