OSHA/TWCC Posters displayed in prominent location?
Emergency telephone numbers posted?
Emergency evacuation routes identified and posted?
Local fire department notified of job activities?
Safety signs/warnings posted where appropriate?
First aid kits available, adequately stocked, and identified?
List of employees with current CPR/First Aid cards posted?
Occupational clinic identified and introductory visit made?
Local hospitals identified?
Fire extinguishers located, identified, and regularly inspected?
M.S.D.S. Station established and identified?
Eye wash station established and identified?
Corporate safety manual on site?
Written policy statement signed by management?
Copy of signed policy provided to new employees?
Individual(s) responsible for implementation and enforcement of the accident prevention plan identified?
Written drug/substance abuse policy distributed to employees?
Employee/Supervisor responsibilities and authority assigned?
Procedures established for employee safety and health complaints?
OSHA 200 log available with procedures/responsibilities established?
Procedures in place to conduct and maintain records of:
Site/facility safety inspections?
Safety meeting minutes?
Job Hazard Analysis?
Emergency response drills
Hot work permits?
Confined space entry permits?
Equipment and Tools?
Fire suppression equipment?
Employee records file contains:
Up-to-date medical records in accordance with OSHA requirement?
Record of exposure to hazardous substances or harmful physical agents?
Training records that are available for review?
Employee Health & Safety Training
All workers received job site safety orientation?
All new employees received company orientation training?
All employees received and documented required training:
Emergency action plan?
Location and use of emergency equipment?
Personal protective equipment?
Work area hazards?
Employees receive refresher training at least annually?
Employees participate in regularly scheduled safety meetings/training?
Management participates and provides resources in employee training?
Employees instructed on procedures to report unsafe conditions, acts, etc.?
Have accident investigation guidelines been established and are forms available?
Were all accidents and "near misses" investigated?
Have supervisors received training on accident investigation/ hazard abatement?
Have responsibilities been assigned for all phases of investigation process:
Who conducts investigations/completes report?
Who completes records/logs?
Who ensures corrective action recommendations have been implemented?
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Source: MaintainX (Community Member)