Facilities Managment Health & Safety Manual

 


TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 COMMANDMENTS

2.0 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SAFETY PLAN

2.1 SAFETY PLAN REVIEW

3.0 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. VICE PRESIDENT OF ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE
B. MANAGEMENT
C. SITE SAFETY COORDINATOR
D. EMPLOYEES

4.0 HEALTH AND SAFETY EDUCATION/TRAINING

A. REQUIRED TRAINING
B. TRAINING DOCUMENTATION
C. REFRESHER TRAINING

APPENDIX A-HEALTH & SAFETY TRAINING SIGN IN SHEET

5.0 NEW EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION/TRAINING

5.1 REQUIRED NEW HIRE TRAINING

A. TRAINING TO INCLUDE

6.0 DISCIPLINARY ACTION

6.1 SAFETY VIOLATION PENALTIES

A. LIST OF PENALTIES

6.2 FACTORS FOR CONSIDERATION OF DISCIPLINARY ACTION

A. FACTORS FOR SUPERVISORS TO CONSIDER
B. CASE BY CASE

7.0 SAFETY MEETINGS

A. DEPARTMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES
B. DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS
C. MONTHLY SAFETY MEETING REQUIREMENTS
D. WEEKLY SAFETY MEETINGS
E. SPECIAL MEETINGS

APPENDIX B- SAFETY MEETING SIGN IN SHEET

8.0 HEALTH & SAFETY INSPECTIONS

8.1 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES
B. EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES
C. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES
D. DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES

8.2 THE INITIAL INPSECTION

8.3 TYPES OF HAZARDS TO LOOK FOR

A. TYPES OF HAZARDS

8.4 AFTER THE INSPECTION

APPENDIX C-1: SELF INSPECTION FORM

APPENDIX C-2: IDENTIFIED HAZARD FORM

9.0 HEALTH & SAFETY HAZARD REPORTS

A. INFORMATION IN REPORT SHOULD CONTAIN
B. EXAMPLES OF HAZARDS
C. COMPLETED REPORTS & REVIEW

APPENDIX D: HAZARD REPORTING FORM

10.0 FIRE PREVENTION/PROTECTION

A. EVENT OF EMERGENCY

10.1 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES AREA RESPONSIBILITY
B. SHOP AREAS RESPONSIBILITY 
C. WAREHOUSE RESPONSIBILITY

10.2 EMERGENCY PLAN & REVIEW

A. DIRECTOR OF FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
B. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR
C. EMPLOYEES
D. COPY OF PLAN

10.3 FACULTY EVACUATION

10.4 ASSEMBLY AREAS

A. DESIGNATED ASSEMBLY AREAS

10.5 POST EVACUATION ACCOUNTABILITY

10.6 RESCUE & MEDICAL DUTIES

10.7 REPORTING FIRES AND EMERGENCIES

10.8 USING THE S.A.F.E. PROCEDURES FOR FIRES

A. S.A.F.E. STEPS

10.9 TRAINING

A. TRAINING DESIGNATED EMPLOYEES

APPENDIX E: FIRE & IGNITION SOURCES

11.0 ACCIDENT/INCIDENT REPORTING & INVESTIGATIONS

A. REPORT ALL NEAR MISSES & ACCIDENTS/INCIDENTS
B. PURPOSE OF INVESTIGATIONS
C. WHO SHOULD CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS

11.1 THE INVESTIGATION PROCESS

A. INVESTIGATIONS TO INCLUDE

11.2 COMPLETING AN ACCIDENT/INCIDENT INVESTIGATION

A. COMPLETED INVESTIGATIONS

APPENDIX F: ACCIDENT/INCIDENT INVESTIGATION REPORT FORM

12.0 HOUSEKEEPING & SANITATION

A. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING PRACTICES
B. HOUSEKEEPING RESPONSIBILITIES
C. CLEAN FACILITIES TO BE PROVIDED

13.0 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

13.1 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. SUPERVISORS RESPONSIBILITIES
B. EMPLOYEES RESPONSIBILITIES
C. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES

13.2 SPECIFIC PROTECTION GUIDELINES

A. EYE & FACE PROTECTION
B. HEAD PROTECTION
C. HAND PROTECTION
D. HEARING PROTECTION
E. PROPER CLOTHING
F. FOOTWEAR
G. VESTS
H. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION
I. FIRE RETARDANT/ ARC FLASH CLOTHING

APPENDIX G-1: PPE HAZARD ASSESSMENT FORM

APPENDIX G-2: EYE/FACE PROTECTION SPECIFICS

APPENDIX G-3: HAND PROTECTION SELECTION

APPENDIX G-4: ISA PPE REQUIREMENTS

APPENDIX G-5: LANDS & GROUNDS PPE REQUIREMENTS

14.0 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION

14.1 REQUIREMENTS

A. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

14.2 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES
B. EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES
C. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES
D. PHYSICIAN RESPONSIBILITIES

14.3 INITIAL MEDICAL EVALUATION

A. EMPLOYEES ABILITY TO WEAR RESPIRATOR

14.4 DESIGNATION OF PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR

A. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR

14.5 SELECTION OF RESPIRATORY EQUIPMENT

A. STEPS TO DETERMINE WHAT RESPIRATORY PROTECTION IS NEEDED

14.6 RESPIRATOR TRAINING

A. TRAINING WILL INCLUDE

14.7 TYPES OF RESPIRATORS TO BE USED

A. EXAMPLES OF RESPIRATORS
B. PICTURES OF RESPIRATORS

14.8 FILTERS OR CARTRIDGES FOR BEST PROTECTION

A. EXAMPLES OF CARTRIDGES

14.9 LIFE OF CARTRIDGES USED WITH RESPIRATORS

A. GUIDELINES FOR CARTRIDGE USE

14.10 VOLUNTARY RESPIRATOR USE

A. INFORMATION FOR EMPLOYEES WHO WEAR RESPIRATORS WHEN NOT REQUIRED

14.11 FIT TESTING

A. FIT TESING INFORMATION
B. FIT TESTING REQUIREMENTS

14.12 RESPIRATOR USE

A. HOW TO PERFORM NEGATIVE PRESSURE CHECK
B. HOW TO PERFORM POSITIVE PRESSURE CHECK

14.13 RESPIRATOR MALFUNCTION

14.14 RESPIRATOR INSPECTION PROCEDURE

A. INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS

14.15 RESPIRATOR CLEANING & MAINTENANCE

A. CLEANING REQUIREMENTS

14.16 AIR QUALITY

A. SUPPLIED AIR
B. COMPRESSES AIR, OXGEN, LIQUID AIR, OR LIQUID OXYGEN
C. CYLINDERS

14.17 REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE

A. REPAIR GUIDELINES

14.18 RESPIRATOR STORAGE

A. STORAGE GUIDELINES

14.19 IDENTIFICATION OF FILTERS, CARTRIDGES, & CANISTERS

14.20 RESPIRATOR PROGRAM EVALUATION

APPENDIX H-1: MEDICAL QUESTIONNAIRE

APPENDIX H-2: ATMOSPHERIC HAZARD ASSESSMENT

APPENDIX H-3: INFORMATION FOR EMPLOYEES

APPENDIX H-4: FIT TESTING RECORD

APPENDIX H-5: RESPIRATOR INSPECTION CHECKLIST

APPENDIX H-6: RESPIRATOR CLEANING PROCEDURES

15.0 FALL PROTECTION (PERSONAL FALL ARREST SYSTEMS)

15.1 FALL PROTECTION GUIDELINES

A. GUIDELINES FOR PERSONAL FALL ARREST SYSTEMS

15.2 COMPONENTS OF A PERSONAL FALL ARREST SYSTEM

A. ANCHORAGE & ANCHORAGE CONNECTOR POINTS
B. BODY SUPPORT (HARNESS)
C. MEANS OF CONNECTION

15.3 FALL ARREST SYSTEM INSPECTIONS

A. THINGS TO LOOK FOR WHEN INSPECTING FALL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT

15.4 FALL ARREST SYSTEM TRAINING

A. INITIAL TRAINING
B. REFRESHER TRAINING
C. TRAINING CERTIFICATIONS

16.0 SCAFFOLDS

A. SCAFFOLDS
B. CONTROL OF SCAFFOLDS
C. REVIEW OF SCAFFOLDING
D. SCAFFOLD PRE-CAUTIONS & LIMITATIONS
E. SCAFFOLD BUILDING REQUIREMENTS

16.1 LADDERS

A. LADDER REQUIREMENTS
B. CORRECT USE OF LADDERS
C. PORTABLE LADDERS
D. FIXED LADDERS

17.0 AERIAL WORK & ELEVATED PLATFORMS

A. LATEST AERIAL WORK PLATFORM STANDARDS & EXAMPLES

17.1 AERIAL EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS

A. EQUIPMENT MUST INCLUDE

17.2 AERIAL EQUIPMENT INSPECTIONS

A. PRE-WORK INSPECTIONS

17.3 AERIAL LIFT HAZARDS

A. ELECTRICAL
B. TRAFFIC & VEHICLES

17.4 GENERAL OPERATING REQUIREMENTS FOR AERIAL LIFTS

A. REQUIREMENTS THAT MUST BE MET

18.0 TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

A. GUIDELINES TO FOLLOW REGARDING TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

18.1 TAKING TOOLS & EQUIPMENT OUT OF SERVICE

A. WAYS TO TAG A TOOL OR EQUIPMENT OUT OF SERVICE

19.0 GUARDING, BARRICADING, & SIGNAGE

A. GUIDELINES PERTAINING TO GUARDING, BARRICADING, & SIGNAGE
B. TYPES OF SIGNS

19.1 EXAMPLES OF TASKS THAT SHOULD INVOLVE GUARDING, BARRICADING, & SIGNAGE

A. EXAMPLES OF WORK TASKS

20.0 HOT WORK ACTIVITIES (WELDING/CUTTING)

20.1 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. SUPERVISORS RESPONSIBILITIES
B. EMPLOYEES RESPONSIBILITIES
C. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES
D. HOST EMPLOYER RESPONSIBILITIES
E. CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES

20.2 CYLINDER STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION, & USE

A. REQUIREMENTS FOR CYLINDERS STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION, & USE

20.3 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS        

A. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CYLINDERS

20.4 VENTILATION IN HOT WORK/ WELDING AREAS

A. PLACES WELDING OR HOT WORK CANNOT BE PERFORMED
B. GOOD VENTILATION PRACTICES

20.5 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR HOT WORK ACTIVITIES

A. PPE GUIDELINES

20.6 HOT WORK PERMITS

A. GUIDELINES FOR HOT WORK PERMITS
B. HOW TO OBTAIN AN HOT WORK PERMIT

20.7 HOT WORK PERMITS FOR WORK ON BUILDING ROOFS

A. GUIDELINES FOR OBTAINING A PERMIT FOR ROOF WORK

20.8 PERFORMING THE HOT WORK (WELDING/CUTTING)

A. GUIDELINES & PRECAUTIONS WHEN PERFORMING HOT WORK ACTIVITIES

20.9 COMPLETING THE HOT WORK PERMIT

20.10 HOT WORK (WELDING/CUTTING) IN CONFINED SPACES

A. GUIDELINES TO FOLLOW WHEN PERFORMING HOT WORK IN A CONFINED SPACE

20.11 FIRE SUPPRESION & PROTECTION

A. GUIDELINES FOR FIRE SUPPRESION & PROTECTION WHEN PERFORMING HOT WORK
B. WHEN ARE FIREWATCH & HOT WORK PERMIT REQUIRED
C. DUTIES OF A FIREWATCH

20.12 SOURCES OF IGNITION

A. EXAMPLES OF IGNITION SOURCES

20.13 TRAINING

APPENDIX I: HOT WORK PERMIT

21.0 TRENCHING & EXCAVATION

21.1 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES
B.EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES
C.OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES 

21.2 COMPETENT PERSON TRAINING

A. DEFINITION OF COMPETENT PERSON
B. REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPETENT PERSON
C. COMPETENT PERSON TRAINING
D. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR COMPETENT PERSON TO KNOW

21.3 COMPETENT PERSON RESPONSIBILITIES

A. DUTIES OF COMPETENT PERSON

21.4 SOIL CLASSIFICATION

A. EXCAVATIONS MADE IN CLASS C SOIL

21.5 STAGING & SURFACE ENCUMBRANCES

A. MEASURES TO TAKE WHEN LEAVING AN EXCAVATION SITE OPEN

21.6 UTILITY LOCATING

21.7 ACCESS & EGRESS TO THE TRENCH

21.8 HAZARDOUS ATMOSPHERES

A. SAFE ENTRY CONDITIONS

21.9 HAZARDS FROM WATER ACCUMULATION

21.10 PROTECTION OF EMPLOYEES IN EXCAVATIONS

A. GUIDELINES TO ENSURE PROTECTION OF WORKERS

21.11 USE OF SUPPORT, SHIELD, & OTHER PROTECTIVE SYSTEMS

A. TYPES OF PROTECTIVE SYSTEMS

21.12 INSPECTIONS

A. INSPECTIONS SHOULD INCLUDE

21.13 RECORD KEEPING

APPENDIX J-1: COMPETENT PERSON EVALUATION FORM

APPENDIX J-2: EXCAVATION INSPECTION FORM

22.0 PREVENTING SLIPS, TRIPS, & FALLS

22.1 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. SUPERVISORS RESPONSIBILITIES
B. EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES
C. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES

22.2 AISLES & PASSAGEWAYS

A. GUIDELINES PERTAINING TO AISLES & PASSAGEWAYS

23.0 STAIRS & FLOOR OPENINGS

A. STANDARD RAILINGS
B. FLOOR OPENINGS

23.1 PROTECTION OF OPEN SIDED FLOORS, PLATFORMS, & RUNWAYS

A. OPEN FLOORS & PLATFORMS
B. RUNWAYS

23.2 STAIRWAYS, RAILINGS, & GUARDS

A. REQUIREMENTS OF STAIRWAYS & RISERS

23.3 FIXED INDUSTRIAL STAIRS

A. REQUIREMENTS OF FIXED INDUSTRIAL STAIRS

24.0 VEHICLE & EQUIPMENT INSPECTIONS

24.1 INSPECTIONS

A. DAILY INSPECTIONS
B. MONTHLY INSPECTIONS
C. DEFECTS & FULL TAGS

APPENDIX K: VEHICLE INSPECTION CHECKLIST

25.0 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS

25.1 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES
B. EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES
C. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES

25.2 METHODS OF COMPLIANCE

A. UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS
B. BIOHAZARD WARNING LABELS

25.3 WORK PRACTICE CONTROLS

A. EXAMPLES OF WORK PRACTICE CONTROLS

25.4 WORK AREA RESTRICTIONS

25.5 CONTAMINATED EQUIPMENT

25.6 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

A. LOCATION OF SUPPLIES
B. PPE TO BE WORN WHEN HANDLING BLOODBORNE PATHOGEN CONTAMINENTS

26.0 CONFINED SPACES

26.1 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES
B. EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES
C. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES
D. RESCUE TEAM
E. CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES

26.2 CONFINED SPACES

A. DEFINITION OF CONFINED SPACE

26.3 ATMOSPHERIC HAZARDS

A. HAZARDOUS ATMOSHPERES
B. PERIODIC TESTING
C. FORCED AIR VENTILATION

26.4 CONFINED SPACE PERMITS

A. CONFINED SPACE PERMITS TO INCLUDE

26.5 NON-PERMIT REQUIRED CONFINED SPACES

A. NON-PERMIT REQUIRED CLASSIFIED SPACE

26.6 AUTHORIZED ENTRANTS

A. AUTHORIZED ENTRANTS RESPONSIBILITIES

26.7 AUTHORIZED ATTENDANTS

A. AUTHORIZED ATTENDANTS RESPONSIBILITIES

26.8 ENTRY SUPERVISORS

A. ENTRY SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES

26.9        GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

A. PERTAINING TO CONFINED SPACES

26.10      RESCUE & EMERGENCY SERVICES

A. RETRIEVAL SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

APPENDIX L-1: CONFINED SPACE LOCATIONS

APPENDIX L-2: ATMOSHPERIC TESTING PROCEDURE

APPENDIX L-3: CONFINED SPACE ENTRY PERMIT

APPENDIX L-4: CONFINED SPACE ENTRY/EXIT ATTENDANT LIST

27.0 JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS

27.1 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. SUPERVISORS RESPONSIBILITIES
B. EMPLOYEES RESPONSIBILITIES
C. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES

27.2 ROLE OF THE JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS

A. EMPLOYEES TO KNOW
B. USES FOR JSA

27.3 CREATING THE RIGHT ENVIRONMENT

27.4 CREATING THE RIGHT JSA

A. QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER
B. ACTION WORDS

27.5 IDENTIFYING HAZARDS OR POTENTIAL HAZARDS

A. EXAMPLE QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER

27.6 RECOMMENDED SAFE JOB PROCEDURES

27.7 JSA AVAILABILITY

APPENDIX M: JSA FORM

28.0 GHS/ CHEMICAL RIGHT TO KNOW

28.1 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. SUPERVISORS RESPONSIBILITIES
B. EMPLOYEES RESPONSIBILITIES
C. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES
D. CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER

28.2 HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL INVENTORY

28.3 SAFETY DATA SHEETS

28.4 INTRODUCING A NEW CHEMICAL

A. TRAINING GUIDELINES

28.5 CHEMICALS THAT ARRIVE WITH NO SDS

28.6 RETIRED/ DISCONTINUED USE OF A CHEMICAL

28.7 LABELING OF CONTAINERS

A. LABELS TO INCLUDE
B. EXCEPTIONS TO LABELING RULE
C. ENSURE PROPER LABELING

28.8 HAZARDS OF NON ROUTINE TASKS

A. LIST OF NON ROUTINE TASKS

28.9 EMPLOYEE TRAINING

A. TRAINING TO INCLUDE

29.0 ENERGY CONTROL/ ELECTRICAL SAFETY

29.1 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. SUPERVISORS RESPONSIBILITIES
B. EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES
C. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES

29.2 INITIAL TRAINING

A. TRAINING TO INCLUDE

29.3 RE-TRAINING

A. RE-TRAIN UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS

29.4 QUALIFIED EMPLOYEE VS. UNQUALIFIED

A. DEFINITION OF QUALIFIED EMPLOYEE
B. DEFINITION OF UNQUALIFIED EMPLOYEE

29.5 QUALIFIED EMPLOYEE TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

A. TRAINING TO INCLUDE

29.6 PPE REQUIREMENTS

A. PPE TO INCLUDE

29.7 OTHER SPECIAL DRESS CODE REQUIREMENTS

29.8 HAZARD COMMUNICATION & HAZARD ASSESSMENT

A. HAZARD ASSESSMENT TO INCLUDE

29.9 GENERAL PRE-CAUTIONS

A. PRE-CAUTIONS

29.10 EQUIPMENT INPSECTION REQUIREMENTS

A. INSPECTION TIPS

29.11 INSULATING MATERIALS & TOOLS

A. INSULATED RUBBER EQUIPMENT GUIDELINES
B. RUBBER EQUIPMENT DEFECTS
C. FUSE HANDLING EQUIPMENT

29.12 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT LABELING

A. LABELS TO INCLUDE
B. EXAMPLES OF LABELS

29.13 EXTENSION CORD/GFCI SAFETY GUIDELINES

A. GUIDELINES FOR SAFETY

29.14 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS

A. PRACTICES FOR INSTALLATION

29.15      GENERAL WIRING DESIGN & PROTECTION

A. WIRING MUST BE COMPLIANT

29.16 APPROACH DISTANCES TO ENERGIZED PARTS

A. LIMITED APPROACH BOUNDARY
B. RESTRICTED APPROACH BOUNDARY
C. PROHIBITED APPROACH BOUNDARY
D. ARC FLASH PROTECTION BOUNDARY

29.17 ENERGIZED ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

A. LIVE PARTS

29.18 VERIFICATION OF DE-ENERGIZED ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

A. REQUIREMENTS THAT MUST BE MET

29.19 RE-ENERGIZING ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

A. REQUIREMENTS THAT MUST BE MET

APPENDIX N-1: ELECTRICAL HAZARD ASSESSMENT

APPENDIX N-2: ELECTRICAL SAFETY SHOE REQUIREMENT FORM

APPENDIX N-3: ENERGIZED ELECTRICAL WORK PERMIT

APPENDIX N-4: ELECTRICAL FR CLOTHING REQUIREMENT FORM

30.0 LOCKOUT/TAGOUT

30.1 ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

A. SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES
B. EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES
C. OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY COORDINATOR RESPONSIBILITIES
D. CONTRACTORS

30.2 ENFORCEMENT

30.3 TRAINING

A. TRAINING TO INCLUDE
B. RE-TRAINING

30.4 TAGOUT TRAINING

A. TRAINING TO INCLUDE

30.5 PERIODIC EVALUATIONS

30.6 RECORDKEEPING

A. RECORDS TO INCLUDE

30.7 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

A. REQUIREMENTS TO INCLUDE

30.8 EXCEPTIONS TO LOCKOUT/TAGOUT RULES

A. FOLLOWING ELEMENTS MUST EXIST

30.9 PROTECTIVE MATERIALS & HARDWARE

A. DEVICE REQUIREMENTS

30.10 PREPARATION FOR SHUTDOWN

30.11 SEQUENCE OF LOCKOUT/TAGOUT PROCEDURES

A. STEPS TO FOLLOW

30.12 TESTING/ POSITIONING OF MACHINES OR EQUIPMENT

A. SEQUENCE OF ACTIONS TO FOLLOW

30.13 RESTORING MACHINES OR EQUIPMENT TO NORMAL OPERATING MODE

A. STEPS TO FOLLOW

30.14 PROCEDURES INVOLVING MORE THAN ONE PERSON

30.15 GROUP LOCKOUT/TAGOUT

A. INFORMED OF RIGHTS
B. UNDERSTAND THE FOLLOWING

30.16 REMOVAL OF LOCKOUT/TAGOUT DEVICE BY OTHERS

A. EXCEPTIONS TO REMOVING

30.17 INFORMING OUTSIDE CONTRACTORS

30.18 SHIFT OR PERSONNEL CHANGES

30.19 ELECTRICAL WORK PRACTICES

30.20 ACCIDENTS CONCERNING LOCKOUT/TAGOUT

DEFINITIONS

APPENDIX O-1: ENERGY CONTROL TRAINING ROSTER

APPENDIX O-2: AUTHORIZED LOCKOUT/TAGOUT EMPLOYEES

APPENDIX O-3: ANNUAL EVALUATION REPORT

APPENDIX O-4: ENERGY SOURCE DETERMINATION

APPENDIX O-5: KEYPOINTS FOR LOCKOUT/TAGOUT TRAINING

APPENDIX O-6: LIST OF AFFECTED EMPLOYEES

31.0 COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDER PROGRAM

APPENDIX O-1: DEFINITIONS

32.0 PRESCRIPTION SAFETY EYE WEAR PROGRAM


APPENDIX P-1: PRESCRIPTION SAFETY GLASS APPROVAL FORM

33.0 LADDERS

34.0 TORNADO SAFETY

35.0 EMERGENCY RESPONSE

36.0 POWER TOOLS

37.0 CRYSTALLINE SILICA DUST


DEFINITIONS

APPENDIX P-1: CRYSTALLINE SILICA DUST HAZARD ASSESSMENT

APPENDIX P-2: CRYSTALLINE SILICA DUST SAMPLING/MONITORING PERMIT