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  • SAFETY ORGANIZATION................................................................................................................. 11
  • 1.1         SUPERVISOR'S ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RECEIPT................................................................. 12
  • 1.2         PROGRAM OBJECTIVES.................................................................................................................. 13
  • ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY.............................................................................................. 14
  • 2.1         EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT............................................................................................................ 15
  • 2.2         SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITY................................................................................. 15
  • 2.3         SUPERVISOR'S SAFETY RESPONSIBILITY.................................................................................. 16
  • 2.4         EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES...................................................................................................... 18
  • DISCIPLINARY POLICY..................................................................................................................... 19
  • 3.1         INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................. 20
  • 3.2         PURPOSE............................................................................................................................................ 20
  • 3.3         CIRCUMSTANCES LEADING TO DISCIPLINARY ACTION.......................................................... 20
  • 3.4         PROCEDURE:..................................................................................................................................... 21
  • 3.5         EMPLOYEE SANCTIONS:................................................................................................................. 21
  • 3.6         SUPERVISION SANCTIONS:............................................................................................................ 21
  • 3.7         SUMMARY........................................................................................................................................... 21
  • 3.8         SUPERVISORS' DISCIPLINARY ACTION....................................................................................... 22
  • 3.9         EMPLOYEE WARNING...................................................................................................................... 23
  • 3.10       VIOLATION CONSIDERED TO BE:.................................................................................................. 23
  • 3.11       CORRECTION..................................................................................................................................... 23
  • SAFETY ORIENTATION.................................................................................................................... 24
  • 4.1         NEW EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION..................................................................................................... 25
  • 4.2         NEW EMPLOYEE CHECKLIST INSTRUCTIONS............................................................................ 25
  • 4.3         EMPLOYEE SAFETY ORIENTATION GUIDELINE......................................................................... 25
  • 4.4         SAFETY POLICY................................................................................................................................. 25
  • 4.5         EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES FOR SAFETY............................................................................. 25
  • 4.6         USE OF EQUIPMENT......................................................................................................................... 27
  • 4.7         FIRST AID EQUIPMENT..................................................................................................................... 27
  • 4.8         FIRST AID RESPONDERS................................................................................................................. 27
  • 4.9         EMPLOYEE CONDUCT..................................................................................................................... 27
  • 4.10       ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE POLICY.......................................................................................... 27
  • 4.11       HAZARD COMMUNICATION............................................................................................................ 27
  • 4.12       SANITATION AND PERSONAL HYGIENE...................................................................................... 28
  • 4.13       SPECIAL CHEMICAL HAZARDS...................................................................................................... 28
  • 4.14       SPECIAL TRAINING........................................................................................................................... 28
  • 4.15       PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT......................................................................................... 28
  • 4.16       SPECIAL CLOTHING......................................................................................................................... 28
  • 4.17       SAFETY RULES.................................................................................................................................. 28
  • 4.18       EMPLOYMENT DOCUMENTS.......................................................................................................... 29
  • 4.19       ORIENTATION CHECKLIST FOR NEW EMPLOYEES................................................................... 30
  • 4.20       SAFETY & HEALTH PROGRAM....................................................................................................... 30
  • 4.21       CODE OF SAFE PRACTICES............................................................................................................ 31
  • 4.22       EMPLOYEE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FORM................................................................................... 32
  • 4.23       EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION.............................................................................................................. 33
  • SHORT SERVICE EMPLOYEE PROGRAM.................................................................................... 34
  • 5.1         PURPOSE............................................................................................................................................ 35
  • 5.2         IMPORTANCE..................................................................................................................................... 35
  • 5.3         SCOPE................................................................................................................................................. 35
  • 5.4         DEFINITIONS...................................................................................................................................... 35
  • 5.6         MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES............................................................................................... 36
  • 5.7         SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES.................................................................................................. 36
  • 5.8         MENTOR RESPONSIBILITIES.......................................................................................................... 36
  • 5.9         SHORT SERVICE EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES...................................................................... 37
  • 5.10       HSE COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES..................................................................................... 37
  • 5.11       PROCEDURES - SHORT SERVICE EMPLOYEE PROGRAM........................................................ 37
  • 5.12       Documentation................................................................................................................................... 38
  • 5.14       SSE Quality Assessment and Control........................................................................................... 39
  • EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.......................................................................................................... 45
  • 6.1         PURPOSE............................................................................................................................................ 46
  • 6.2         OBJECTIVES...................................................................................................................................... 46
  • 6.3         PROCEDURE...................................................................................................................................... 46
  • 6.4         GENERAL EMERGENCY PROCEDURE GUIDELINES.................................................................. 47
  • 6.5         NOTIFICATION................................................................................................................................... 47
  • 6.6         FIRE EMERGENCY, EXPLOSION, OR CHEMICAL SPILL............................................................. 47
  • 6.7         EARTHQUAKE................................................................................................................................... 48
  • 6.8         SUPERVISOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES.............................................................................................. 48
  • 6.9         EMERGENCY COORDINATOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES................................................................. 48
  • 6.11       EMERGENCY CONTINGENCY PLAN.............................................................................................. 49
  • 6.12       LIST OF EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES................................................................... 51
  • 6.13       FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS................................................................................................... 52
  • 6.14       FIRE AND EXPLOSION PREVENTION............................................................................................. 52
  • 6.15       FIRE EXTINGUISHERS & EQUIPMENT........................................................................................... 53
  • 6.16       FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUID AND MATERIALS................................................... 53
  • 6.17       SCRAP RECEPTACLE ‑ TYPE, LOCATION AND USE................................................................... 54
  • 6.18       SPECIFIC HAZARDS.......................................................................................................................... 54
  • 6.19       EARTHQUAKES................................................................................................................................. 55
  • 6.20       SITE EMERGENCY TELEPHONE LIST............................................................................................ 56
  • 6.21       FIRE AND EMERGENCY PLAN CHECKLIST.................................................................................. 58
  • FIRE PREVENTION............................................................................................................................ 59
  • 7.1         GENERAL REQUIREMENTS............................................................................................................ 60
  • 7.2         MAINTENANCE.................................................................................................................................. 61
  • 7.3         FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUID AND MATERIALS................................................... 61
  • 7.4         SCRAP RECEPTACLE ‑ TYPE, LOCATION AND USE................................................................... 61
  • 7.5         FIRE PREVENTION............................................................................................................................ 61
  • 7.6         TYPE.................................................................................................................................................... 61
  • ACCIDENT/LOSS REPORTING PROCEDURES............................................................................ 63
  • 8.1         PURPOSE............................................................................................................................................ 64
  • 8.2         OBJECTIVES...................................................................................................................................... 64
  • 8.3         PROCEDURE...................................................................................................................................... 64
  • 8.4         SERIOUS EMERGENCY REPORTING............................................................................................. 65
  • 8.5         HANDLING NON-SERIOUS ACCIDENTS........................................................................................ 66
  • 8.6         FIRST AID TREATMENT................................................................................................................... 66
  • 8.7         PROPERTY/EQUIPMENT DAMAGE................................................................................................ 66
  • 8.8         VEHICLE ACCIDENT REPORTING.................................................................................................. 67
  • 8.9         CITIZEN/PUBLIC ACCIDENTS (NON-AUTO).................................................................................. 67
  • 8.10       ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION REPORT........................................................................................... 67
  • 8.11       STATE - EMPLOYER'S REPORT OF OCCUPATIONAL INJURY OR ILLNESS.......................... 67
  • 8.12       EMPLOYEE'S CLAIM FOR WORKER’S COMPENSATION BENEFITS (Form DWC-1).............. 67
  • 8.13       RECORDKEEPING............................................................................................................................. 67
  • 8.14       EMPLOYEE INJURIES....................................................................................................................... 68
  • 8.15       VEHICLE, PROPERTY DAMAGE, AND PUBLIC LIABILITY ACCIDENT REPORTS.................. 68
  • ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION............................................................................................................ 69
  • 9.1         ALL ACCIDENTS MUST BE INVESTIGATED BY THE SUPERVISOR OR SAFETY                       COORDINATOR............................................................................................................................................. 70
  • 9.2         ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION PROCEDURE................................................................................... 70
  • 9.3         EMPLOYEE ACCIDENTS.................................................................................................................. 70
  • 9.4         DEFINITIONS...................................................................................................................................... 71
  • 9.5         CHECK THE SCENE........................................................................................................................... 71
  • 9.6         WRITE IT DOWN................................................................................................................................. 71
  • 9.8         COLLECT THE EVIDENCE................................................................................................................ 72
  • 9.9         INTERVIEW WITNESS....................................................................................................................... 72
  • 9.10       INTERVIEW THE VICTIM................................................................................................................... 72
  • 9.11       WEIGH THE EVIDENCE..................................................................................................................... 72
  • SAFETY INSPECTIONS/HAZARD CORRECTION PROCEDURES............................................. 74
  • 10.1       INSPECTIONS & HAZARD CORRECTION...................................................................................... 75
  • 10.2       PURPOSE............................................................................................................................................ 75
  • 10.3       OBJECTIVE......................................................................................................................................... 75
  • 10.4       PROCEDURE...................................................................................................................................... 75
  • 10.5       PROGRAM PHILOSOPHY................................................................................................................. 76
  • 10.6       HAZARD RECOGNITION AND CONTROL...................................................................................... 76
  • 10.7       EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION........................................................................................................... 77
  • 10.8       JOB/TASK OBSERVATION.............................................................................................................. 78
  • 10.9       SAFETY INSPECTION FORM........................................................................................................... 79
  • EMPLOYEE SUGGESTIONS............................................................................................................ 81
  • 11.1       INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................. 82
  • 11.2       PURPOSE............................................................................................................................................ 82
  • 11.3       PROCEDURE...................................................................................................................................... 82
  • 11.4       EMPLOYEE SAFETY & HEALTH SUGGESTION FORM................................................................ 83
  • SAFETY COMMITTEES/SELF INSPECTIONS............................................................................... 84
  • 12.1       COMMITTEE OBJECTIVES.............................................................................................................. 85
  • 12.2       COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP............................................................................................................. 85
  • 12.3       MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES............................................................................................... 85
  • 12.4       DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS................................................................................................................ 87
  • 12.5       SAFETY COORDINATOR (COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON).......................................................... 87
  • 12.6       Supervisors (Committee Representatives).................................................................. 87
  • 12.7       REPORT OF UNSAFE CONDITION OR HAZARD........................................................................... 88
  • 12.8       SAFETY COMMITTEE MEETING DOCUMENTATION.................................................................. 89
  • 12.9       NEW EMPLOYEE SAFETY TRAINING RECORD............................................................................ 90
  • 12.10         SHOP SELF INSPECTION CHECKLIST....................................................................................... 91
  • 12.11         ADMINISTRATIVE.......................................................................................................................... 92
  • 12.12         Housekeeping............................................................................................................................ 92
  • 12.13         FIRE/EMERGENCY SAFETY......................................................................................................... 93
  • 12.14         ELECTRICAL SAFETY................................................................................................................... 94
  • 12.15         HAND TOOLS................................................................................................................................. 94
  • 12.17         HAZARDOUS MATERIALS........................................................................................................... 95
  • 12.18         OFFICE SELF-INSPECTION FORM.............................................................................................. 96
  • 12.19         GENERAL SELF INSPECTION FORM ADMINISTRATIVE AREAS.......................................... 99
  • 12.20         GENERAL SELF-INSPECTION FORM....................................................................................... 100
  • 12.21         HAZARD CORRECTION REPORT............................................................................................. 104
  • 12.22         REPORT OF CLOSE CALL.......................................................................................................... 105
  • SUPERVISOR’S SAFETY MEETINGS........................................................................................... 106
  • 13.1       INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................... 107
  • 13.2       PURPOSE.......................................................................................................................................... 107
  • 13.3       OBJECTIVES.................................................................................................................................... 107
  • 13.4       PROCEDURES.................................................................................................................................. 108
  • 13.5       TOOLBOX SAFETY MEETINGS..................................................................................................... 109
  • 13.6       OBJECTIVES.................................................................................................................................... 109
  • 13.7       PROCEDURES.................................................................................................................................. 109
  • 13.8       TAILGATE SAFETY MEETING....................................................................................................... 111
  • 13.9       MINUTES........................................................................................................................................... 112
  • 13.10         AGENDA........................................................................................................................................ 113
  • SUPERVISOR'S SAFETY MANUAL............................................................................................... 114
  • 14.1       INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................... 115
  • 14.2       PURPOSE.......................................................................................................................................... 115
  • 14.3       OBJECTIVES.................................................................................................................................... 115
  • 14.4       PROCEDURES.................................................................................................................................. 115
  • 14.5       MINUTES SUPERVISOR'S SAFETY MEETING............................................................................ 117
  • 14.6       AGENDA SUPERVISOR'S SAFETY MEETING............................................................................. 118
  • 14.7       TAILGATE SAFETY MEETINGS..................................................................................................... 119
  • 14.8       OBJECTIVES:................................................................................................................................... 119
  • 14.9       PROCEDURES:................................................................................................................................ 119
  • 14.10         TAILGATE SAFETY MEETING................................................................................................... 122
  • 14.11         EMPLOYEES PRESENT.............................................................................................................. 122
  • 14.12         ITEMS DISCUSSED...................................................................................................................... 122
  • 14.13         COMMENTS.................................................................................................................................. 122
  • DRUG AND ALCOHOL FREE WORKPLACE............................................................................... 123
  • 15.1       PURPOSE.......................................................................................................................................... 124
  • 15.2       SCOPE............................................................................................................................................... 124
  • 15.3       GENERAL PROVISIONS.................................................................................................................. 124
  • 15.4       EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM......................................................................................... 124
  • 15.5       PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (MINIMUM).................................................................................... 125
  • 15.6       PRE-EMPLOYMENT........................................................................................................................ 125
  • 15.7       REASONABLE SUSPICION............................................................................................................ 125
  • 15.8       RANDOM TESTING.......................................................................................................................... 125
  • 15.9       POST ACCIDENT TESTING............................................................................................................ 125
  • 15.10         ABSTINENCE MONITORING...................................................................................................... 125
  • 15.11         ALCOHOL...................................................................................................................................... 125
  • 15.12         LEGAL DRUGS............................................................................................................................. 125
  • 15.13         ILLEGAL DRUGS.......................................................................................................................... 126
  • 15.14         DISCIPLINARY ACTION.............................................................................................................. 126
  • 15.15         CUSTOMER OR OWNER REQUIREMENTS............................................................................. 126
  • 15.16         SCOPE AND PROCESS............................................................................................................... 126
  • 15.17         PROCEDURES FOR HANDLING SEIZED PROPERTY............................................................ 127
  • 15.18         DISPOSITION OF UNCOOPERATIVE EMPLOYEES................................................................ 127
  • 15.19         VOLUNTARY REHABILITATION................................................................................................ 127
  • 15.20         CONTRACT PERSONNEL.......................................................................................................... 128
  • 15.21         EMPLOYEE'S REPORTING REQUIREMENTS - LEGAL DRUGS........................................... 128
  • 15.22         DEFINITIONS................................................................................................................................ 128
  • 15.23         EDUCATION AND TRAINING..................................................................................................... 128
  • 15.24         NOTIFICATION............................................................................................................................. 129
  • 15.25         PRE-EMPLOYMENT TESTING................................................................................................... 129
  • 15.26         UNFIT CONDITION....................................................................................................................... 130
  • 15.27         INCIDENT ON DUTY..................................................................................................................... 130
  • 15.28         REASONABLE SUSPICION TESTING....................................................................................... 131
  • 15.29         RANDOM TESTING...................................................................................................................... 132
  • 15.30         POST ACCIDENT TESTING........................................................................................................ 132
  • 15.31         ABSTINENCE MONITORING...................................................................................................... 133
  • 15.32         ALCOHOL AND DRUG SCREENING FOR SAFETY SENSITIVE JOBS................................. 133
  • 15.33         PROHIBITED DRUGS.................................................................................................................. 133
  • 15.34         FEDERAL DRUG SCREEN LIMITS FOR ILLICIT DRUGS........................................................ 133
  • 15.35         CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS................................................................................................... 134
  • 15.36         POSITIVE TEST RESULTS OR REFUSAL TO TEST................................................................ 134
  • 15.37         RE-EMPLOYMENT....................................................................................................................... 134
  • 15.39         EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM..................................................................................... 135
  • 15.40         THE TESTING FOR DRUGS........................................................................................................ 135
  • 15.41         DRUG TESTING LABORATORY................................................................................................ 136
  • 15.42         RECORDKEEPING....................................................................................................................... 136
  • 15.43         RETENTION OF SAMPLES......................................................................................................... 137
  • 15.44         RETESTING.................................................................................................................................. 137
  • 15.45         MEDICAL REVIEW OFFICER...................................................................................................... 137
  • 15.46         ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF DRUG & ALCOHOL PREVENTION PROGRAM........................ 139
  • ERGONOMICS AND CUMULATIVE TRAUMA DISORDERS..................................................... 140
  • 16.1       PURPOSE.......................................................................................................................................... 141
  • 16.2       OBJECTIVE....................................................................................................................................... 141
  • 16.3       DEFINITIONS.................................................................................................................................... 141
  • 16.4       PROGRAM PHILOSOPHY............................................................................................................... 143
  • 16.5       RECOGNITION OF ERGONOMIC PROBLEMS............................................................................ 143
  • 16.6       ERGONOMIC PROGRAM ELEMENTS.......................................................................................... 144
  • 16.7       WRITTEN PROGRAM...................................................................................................................... 146
  • 16.8       EMPLOYEE INVOLVEMENT........................................................................................................... 146
  • 16.9       PROGRAM REVIEW AND EVALUATION...................................................................................... 146
  • 16.10         RECORDS REVIEW FOR ERGONOMIC HAZARDS................................................................. 147
  • 16.11         EMPLOYEE SURVEY................................................................................................................... 148
  • 16.12         WORKSITE ERGONOMIC EVALUATION.................................................................................. 149
  • 16.13         WORKPLACE CHARACTERISTICS.......................................................................................... 149
  • 16.14         ENVIRONMENT............................................................................................................................ 149
  • 16.15         PHYSICAL DEMANDS................................................................................................................. 150
  • 16.16         MENTAL LOAD............................................................................................................................. 151
  • 16.17         PERCEPTUAL LOAD................................................................................................................... 151
  • 16.18         TRAINING LOG............................................................................................................................. 152
  • ERGONOMICS - COMPUTERS...................................................................................................... 153
  • 17.1       COMPUTER/TYPING COMFORT................................................................................................... 154
  • 17.2       GOOD POSTURE............................................................................................................................. 154
  • 17.3       COMFORT EXERCISES................................................................................................................... 154
  • 17.4       EYE CARE......................................................................................................................................... 155
  • 17.5       USE COMFORT TIPS FOR LIFE...................................................................................................... 155
  • 17.6       PREVENTING REPETITIVE MOTION INJURY.............................................................................. 156
  • 17.7       SAFETY ZONE.................................................................................................................................. 157
  • 17.8       PAIN RELIEVERS............................................................................................................................. 157
  • 17.9       ICE...................................................................................................................................................... 157
  • 17.10         STRETCH AND RELAX................................................................................................................ 157
  • PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT...................................................................................... 158
  • 18.1       APPLICATION................................................................................................................................... 159
  • 18.2       CONTROLLING HAZARDS............................................................................................................. 159
  • 18.3       ASSESSMENT AND SELECTION................................................................................................... 160
  • 18.4       ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES.......................................................................................................... 160
  • 18.5       EYE AND FACE PROTECTION SELECTION CHART.................................................................. 163
  • 18.6       NOTES TO EYE AND FACE PROTECTION SELECTION CHART.............................................. 163
  • 18.7       EYE AND FACE PROTECTION....................................................................................................... 165
  • 18.8       GENERAL REQUIREMENTS.......................................................................................................... 165
  • 18.9       FILTER LENSES FOR PROTECTION AGAINST RADIANT ENERGY........................................ 166
  • 18.10         FILTER LENSES FOR PROTECTION AGAINST RADIANT ENERGY.................................... 167
  • 18.11         CRITERIA FOR PROTECTIVE EYE AND FACE DEVICES....................................................... 167
  • 18.12         SELECTION GUIDELINES FOR HEAD PROTECTION............................................................. 168
  • 18.13         SELECTION GUIDELINES FOR FOOT PROTECTION............................................................. 168
  • 18.14         SELECTION GUIDELINES FOR HAND PROTECTION............................................................ 169
  • 18.15         CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE............................................................................................... 170
  • 18.16         HEAD AND FOOT PROTECTION............................................................................................... 170
  • 18.17         GENERAL REQUIREMENTS...................................................................................................... 170
  • 18.18         CRITERIA FOR PROTECTIVE HELMETS................................................................................. 170
  • 18.19         FOOT PROTECTION.................................................................................................................... 171
  • 18.20         GENERAL REQUIREMENTS...................................................................................................... 171
  • 18.21         CRITERIA FOR PROTECTIVE FOOTWEAR............................................................................. 171
  • 18.22         TRAINING...................................................................................................................................... 172
  • 18.23         HAND PROTECTION................................................................................................................... 172
  • 18.24         GENERAL REQUIREMENTS...................................................................................................... 172
  • 18.25         SELECTION................................................................................................................................... 172
  • 18.26         HAZARD ASSESSMENT REVIEW FORM            Page 1............................................................. 172
  • 18.27         TRAINING CERTIFICATION FORM............................................................................................ 175
  • 18.28         PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT TRAINING QUIZ...................................................... 176
  • SAFETY/INCENTIVE PROGRAM................................................................................................... 178
  • 19.1       WHY HAVE A SAFETY/INCENTIVE PROGRAM?......................................................................... 179
  • 19.2       COMPONENTS OF YOUR SAFETY/INCENTIVE PROGRAM..................................................... 180
  • 19.3       WHO PARTICIPATES IN THE PROGRAM?.................................................................................. 181
  • 19.4       BEFORE YOU BEGIN YOUR PROGRAM...................................................................................... 182
  • 19.5       BEGINNING YOUR PROGRAM...................................................................................................... 182
  • 19.6       RUNNING THE MONTHLY AWARDS RAFFLE............................................................................. 183
  • 19.7       TIPS AND HELPFUL HINTS............................................................................................................. 184
  • JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS................................................................................................................. 187
  • 20.1       WHAT IS A JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS?........................................................................................... 188
  • 20.2       METHODS OF PREPARING............................................................................................................ 191
  • 20.3       THE JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS AND THE SUPERVISOR.............................................................. 194
  • 20.4       WORK ANALYSIS DATA SHEET.................................................................................................... 196
  • 20.5       JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS................................................................................................................. 196
  • ELECTRICAL SAFETY.................................................................................................................... 200
  • 21.1       EXTENSION CORDS, DROP LIGHTS, PORTABLE HAND TOOLS............................................ 201
  • 21.2       ELECTRICALLY POWERED SHOP EQUIPMENT........................................................................ 201
  • 21.3       OFFICE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT (WATER COOLERS).......................................................... 201
  • 21.4       GROUNDING OF ALL EQUIPMENT............................................................................................... 201
  • 21.5       ELECTRICAL HAZARDS CONCERNS........................................................................................... 202
  • 21.6       WHAT OSHA STANDARDS............................................................................................................ 202
  • 21.7       MINIMIZE ELECTRICAL HAZARDS?............................................................................................. 202
  • 21.8       ELECTRICITY: THE BASICS,  FLOW OF ELECTRICITY?........................................................... 202
  • 21.10         WATER AND THE FLOW OF ELECTRICITY............................................................................. 203
  • 21.11         WHAT CAUSES SHOCKS?......................................................................................................... 203
  • 21.12         ELECTRIC SHOCKS ON THE BODY.......................................................................................... 203
  • 21.13         BURNS FROM A SHOCK CAUSE............................................................................................... 204
  • 21.14         “FREEZE ” WHEN SHOCKED..................................................................................................... 204
  • 21.15         RESPONSE WHEN SOMEONE “FREEZES ” TO A LIVE ELECTRICAL CONTACT............. 204
  • 21.16         SERIOUS SHOCKS...................................................................................................................... 204
  • 21.17         STATIC ELECTRICITY................................................................................................................. 205
  • 21.18         PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRICAL HAZARDS................................................................. 205
  • 21.19         WHAT PROTECTION DOES INSULATION PROVIDE?........................................................... 205
  • 21.20         IDENTIFY DIFFERENT TYPES OF INSULATION...................................................................... 205
  • 21.21         GUARDING AND PROTECTION OFFERED.............................................................................. 206
  • 21.22         GROUNDING AND PROTECTION OFFERED........................................................................... 206
  • 21.24         CIRCUIT PROTECTION DEVICES.............................................................................................. 207
  • 21.25         PROTECT YOU AGAINST ELECTRICAL HAZARDS............................................................... 207
  • 21.26         PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST METAL PARTS THAT BECOME ENERGIZED............... 207
  • 21.27         PREVENT AN ACCIDENTAL OR UNEXPECTED EQUIPMENT STARTUP........................... 208
  • 21.28         PROTECT YOURSELF FROM OVERHEAD POWER LINES.................................................... 208
  • 21.29         PROTECTION WITH PERSONAL EQUIPMENT....................................................................... 208
  • 21.30         WHAT ROLE DO TOOLS PLAY?................................................................................................ 208
  • 21.31         SPECIAL TRAINING..................................................................................................................... 209
  • 21.32         SAFETY AND HEALTH PROGRAM IN CONTROLLING ELECTRICAL HAZARDS.............. 209
  • LADDERS & STAIRWAYS............................................................................................................... 210
  • 22.1       GENERAL REQUIREMENTS.......................................................................................................... 211
  • 22.2       STAIRWAYS...................................................................................................................................... 211
  • 22.3       STAIRRAILS AND HANDRAILS...................................................................................................... 212
  • 22.4       LADDERS.......................................................................................................................................... 213
  • 22.5       WELLS FOR FIXED LADDERS........................................................................................................ 216
  • 22.6       LADDER SAFETY DEVICES AND RELATED SUPPORT SYSTEMS FOR FIXED LADDERS.. 216
  • 22.7       MOUNTING LADDER SAFETY DEVICES FOR FIXED LADDERS.............................................. 217
  • 22.8       USE OF ALL LADDERS.................................................................................................................... 217
  • 22.9       STRUCTURAL DEFECTS................................................................................................................ 218
  • 22.10         GLOSSARY................................................................................................................................... 219
  • SAFETY MEETINGS........................................................................................................................ 223
  • 23.1       SCAFFOLDS...AND HUMAN LIFE.................................................................................................. 227
  • 23.2       MAKE-SHIFT WORK PLATFORMS................................................................................................ 228
  • 23.3       ELECTRICAL HAZARDS................................................................................................................. 229
  • 23.4       OFFICE SAFETY............................................................................................................................... 230
  • 23.5       RESPIRATORY PROTECTION....................................................................................................... 231
  • 23.6       GRINDING SAFETY.......................................................................................................................... 232
  • 23.7       TIRE MOUNTING SAFETY.............................................................................................................. 233
  • 23.8       HAND TOOL SAFETY...................................................................................................................... 234
  • 23.9       POWER TOOL SAFETY TIPS.......................................................................................................... 235
  • 23.10         POWER SAWS.............................................................................................................................. 236
  • 23.11         SEVERE WEATHER..................................................................................................................... 237
  • 23.12         FIRST AID...................................................................................................................................... 238
  • 23.13         ARC WELDING.............................................................................................................................. 239
  • 23.14         ASSURED EQUIPMENT GROUNDING CONDUCTOR PROGRAM....................................... 240
  • 23.15         EYE PROTECTION....................................................................................................................... 241
  • 23.16         SOMETHING IN YOUR EYE?  DON'T RUB!!............................................................................. 242
  • 23.17         EVERYONE IS A SAFETY INSPECTOR..................................................................................... 243
  • 23.18         WATCH YOUR STEP.................................................................................................................... 244
  • 23.19         WHY SHOULD ACCIDENTS BE INVESTIGATED?................................................................... 245
  • 23.20         EXCAVATIONS............................................................................................................................. 246
  • 23.21         HORSEPLAY................................................................................................................................. 247
  • 23.22         SPRAY PAINTING SAFETY......................................................................................................... 248
  • 23.23         LADDER SAFETY......................................................................................................................... 249
  • 23.24         TRAGIC FORKLIFT FALL............................................................................................................ 250
  • 23.25         JOB PROCEDURES..................................................................................................................... 251
  • 23.26         FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS ON THE JOB......................................................................................... 252
  • 23.27         HARD HATS.................................................................................................................................. 253
  • 23.28         LOADING DOCK SAFETY........................................................................................................... 254
  • 23.29         HAND TOOL SAFETY CHECKLIST............................................................................................ 255
  • 23.30         CONCRETE INDUSTRIAL HEALTH HAZARDS........................................................................ 256
  • 23.31         FIRST AID...................................................................................................................................... 257
  • 23.32         PAVEMENT BREAKERS............................................................................................................. 258
  • HAZARD COMMUNICATION / GHS & CONTROL PROGRAM.................................................. 259
  • 24.1       TITLE AND PURPOSE..................................................................................................................... 260
  • 24.2       LEGAL REFERENCES..................................................................................................................... 260
  • 24.3       SITE COORDINATOR...................................................................................................................... 260
  • 24.4       HAZARD DETERMINATION AND DISCLOSURE......................................................................... 260
  • 24.5       LABELS AND OTHER FORMS OF WARNING.............................................................................. 262
  • 24.6       EMPLOYEE INFORMATION AND TRAINING............................................................................... 262
  • 24.7       OUTSIDE CONTRACTORS............................................................................................................. 263
  • 24.8       STORAGE OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES............................................................................... 263
  • 24.9       HAZARDOUS WASTES DISPOSAL PROCEDURES AND REGULATIONS.............................. 264
  • 24.10         DISCLOSURE PROCEDURE FOR EMERGENCY RESPONDERS AND EMERGENCY....... 265
  • 24.11         HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL (PRODUCT) INVENTORY.............................................................. 266
  • 24.12         LIST OF APPROVED VENDORS................................................................................................. 267
  • SAFETY DATA SHEETS................................................................................................................. 268
  • 25.1       MANUFACTURING IDENTIFICATION........................................................................................... 269
  • 25.2       HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS......................................................................................................... 269
  • 25.3       PHYSICAL DATA.............................................................................................................................. 269
  • 25.4       FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD INFORMATION........................................................................ 269
  • 25.5       HEALTH HAZARD DATA................................................................................................................. 270
  • 25.6       REACTIVITY DATA.......................................................................................................................... 270
  • 25.7       SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES..................................................................................................... 270
  • 25.8       SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION...................................................................................... 270
  • 25.9       SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS................................................................................................................ 270
  • GLOSSARY OF SAFETY DATA SHEET TERMS......................................................................... 271
  • WORKPLACE VIOLENCE PREVENTION PLAN.......................................................................... 276
  • 27.1       IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE............................................................................................................. 277
  • 27.2       RESPONSIBILITY............................................................................................................................. 279
  • 27.3       COMPLIANCE................................................................................................................................... 279
  • 27.4       COMMUNICATION........................................................................................................................... 279
  • 27.5       HAZARD CORRECTION.................................................................................................................. 281
  • 27.6       RECORDKEEPING & DOCUMENTATION.................................................................................... 281
  • 27.7       WORKPLACE SECURITY ASSESSMENT FORM......................................................................... 282
  • 27.8       HAZARD ASSESSMENT................................................................................................................. 283
  • 27.9       THREE CATEGORIES OF VIOLENCE........................................................................................... 283
  • 27.10         INSPECTIONS............................................................................................................................... 284
  • 27.11         CORRECTIVE MEASURES......................................................................................................... 285
  • 27.12         WORKPLACE SECURITY TRAINING PROGRAM.................................................................... 287
  • 27.13         ALL NECESSARY SAFEGUARDS TO PROTECT EMPLOYEES REQUIRED....................... 287
  • TRAINING AND INSTRUCTION.................................................................................................................. 288
  • 27.14         LEVELS OF WORKPLACE VIOLENCE EXHIBITED BY EMPLOYEES................................... 290