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Safety First: Facility Safety Inspections “Reginald C. Reese VP, Safety and Risk Management
REMINDER: Your Maintenance Department should be conducting safety meetings regularly. This means their OWN meetings, not just attending driver meetings! Their safety depends on them addressing the issues that they deal with daily in their area of operation.
When To Do Inspections Daily Inspections by Maintenance Supervisor Monthly Inspections by Safety Committee
Today’s Agenda Review Inspection Components View Examples Discuss Top OSHA Violations Review Inspection Tips
Goal of Facility Safety Inspections Identify and Correct Hazards Prevent Accidents and Injuries
Self Inspection Areas General Area Electrical Housekeeping Vehicles Tools First Aid Fire Protection Security Machinery Material Storage Unsafe Practices Other
General Area Floor condition Yard condition Aisle, clearance markings Floor openings, require safeguards Railings, stairs temp/perm Wall damage Ventilation Other
Electrical Unnecessary / improper use Lights on during shutdown Frayed/defective wiring Overloading circuits Machinery not grounded Hazardous location Wall outlets Other
Housekeeping Floors (Oil on floor, cords and hoses) Machines Break area / latrines Waste disposal Vending machines / food protection Aisles / stairs Electrical panels clear Grease rags properly stored
Tools Power tool wiring Condition of hand tools Safe storage Use of correct tool for the job
First Aid First aid kits Emergency eye wash All injuries reported
First Aid Censored
Fire Protection Extinguisher charged Proper location of extinguisher Access to fire equipment Exit lights / doors / signs
Security Doors / windows secured Alarm operation Dept. shut down security Equipment secured Unauthorized personnel
Machinery Unattended machines operating Emergency stops not operational Platforms / ladders / catwalks Instructions posted Machine maintenance performed Guards in place (1/8” from wheel) Oiling, cleaning Guarding on compressors Warning signs for auto start-up Grinders properly mounted
Material Storage Proper flammable storage Proper hazardous storage Improper stacking / loading Warning signs / ventilation Labeling of containers Compressed gas cylinders secured
Unsafe Practices Excessive vehicle speed Improper lifting Smoking in danger areas Horseplay Running in aisles / stairs Improper use of air hoses Removing machine guards Work on unguarded machinery Safety glasses Proper use of jacks & jack stands
Other OSHA 300 Log (as of 1/1/02) Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
Material Safety Data Sheets
TOP OSHA VIOLATIONS Written Hazard Communication Standard Hazardous Chemicals Information MSDS on Hand Hazardous Chemical Labeling Abrasive Wheel Lockout/Tagout Guarding of Pulleys Machine Guarding to be Provided Machine Guarding- Point of Operation Protecting Open- Sided Floors, Runways, Etc. Eyewash Facilities Abrasive Wheel Grinders-Work Rests
Inspection Tips Set a schedule Partner with maintenance personnel Use your Safety Committee Document your efforts Prioritize hazards Note corrective action Note completion date Keep on file for reference and inspection
What is the Company’s number one priority? Safety
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