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OSHA Poultry Processing Industry : Sanitation Worker

The OSHA Poultry Processing Industry : Sanitation Worker form provides a complete list of inspection guide most especially that our sanitation worker is one of the most hazardous jobs in the poultry processing industry. This form is very helpful in ensuring their safety.
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04/26/2021

OSHA Poultry Processing Industry : Sanitation Worker

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The OSHA Poultry Processing Industry : Sanitation Worker form provides a complete list of inspection guide most especially that our sanitation worker is one of the most hazardous jobs in the poultry processing industry. This form is very helpful in ensuring their safety.
  • Cuts and Lacerations

  • 1. Provide cut-resistant gloves to workers who remove blades from equipment.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 1

  • 2. Clean and disinfect all cuts immediately.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 2

  • Struck By, Struck Against, and Caught In

  • 1 Provide emergency stop cords, switches, or buttons where they can easily be reached.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 1

  • 2. Train employees in the location and use of the emergency stops.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 2

  • 3. Provide a lockout/ta gout program and training.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 3

  • Falls From Ladders or Equipment

  • 1. Make sure platforms or portable ladders are the appropriate size and height for the job and in good condition.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 1

  • 2. Prohibit climbing on equipment.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 2

  • Tripping Over Drain Covers

  • 1. Replace drain covers as soon as the area is cleaned.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 1

  • Electrical Shock

  • 1.Use and maintain proper wiring and grounding.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 1

  • 2. Keep all electrical boxes covered.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 2

  • 3. Use equipment approved for wet locations.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 3

  • 4. Institute a regular inspection program looking for worn or improperly maintained electrical fixtures and equipment.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 4

  • Chemical Hazards

  • 1. Train employees on the hazards of the cleaners that they use.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 1

  • 2. Provide gloves, protective eye wear, and other protective equipment to prevent skin and eye contact.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 2

  • 3. Evaluate new application and chemical delivery systems before use so hazards and appropriate protective equipment can be identified.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 3

  • Other Hazards

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