AFVA 91-307 PDF

Post AFVA , Air Force OSH Program Visual Aid, conspicuously so personnel have reasonable access to it. Ensure that. Document AFOSH training on AF Form 55, Employee Safety and Health Record. Post AFVA , Air Force Occupational Safety and. AFVA with Points of Contact. Safety Bulletin Board or Shop Safety Book. AF Form Example. Shop Safety Book. Material Safety Data Sheets for.

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In the case of primary protection, other protective devices such as safety goggles shall be worn. Mishaps over past 12 months.

Do all employees who perform work above 4ft, where PFAS systems are available have required training? The bottom of the cabinet shall be liquid-tight to a height of at least 2 inches. Surge protectors nor extension cords shall be used with high current items such as coffee makers, refrigerators, microwave ovens, heaters, food preparation equipment, etc.

Has the Supervisor developed a Energy Control Agva Still haven’t found the checklists you were looking for? Does this unit have hand or portable power tools? Build your own checklists for free. Commercial Food Service Equipment.

If yes add total number in notes. Send us your form pdf, excel, word and we will convert it into iAuditor for free. Combustible materials shall be placed in covered self-closing metal containers.

Still haven’t found the checklists you were looking for? Has the supervisor assessed all PPE needs for the work area? Does the equipment have the manufacturers name, ID code, and date? Where no cage, well or ladder safety device is provided, landing platforms shall be provided for each 20 feet of height or fraction thereof.


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Typically, the bottom seven 7 feet shall be guarded. Personnel shall not hold meters in their hand while performing measurements on energized circuits or equipment. Stairs and ramps shall be lighted so all treads and landings are visible. To find more books about Afva 17you can use related keywords, for examples: Is the required information affa Is the Supervisor or USR conducting monthly safety meetings?

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Does this unit use hearing protection? Supervisors shall ensure equipment weight and distribution comply with maximum floor loading capacity for all above grade storage areas including areas above basements. Are wire rope, rope covered wire lanyards, plastics such as nylon and wet lanyards prohibited where an electrical hazard may be present?

Assess items below and document findings Yes. Is the PFAS equipment inspected at least quarterly and records of the inspections kept for at least one year?

Hood and exhaust ducts serving food service equipment shall be thoroughly cleaned every 6 months, or more frequently when determined by the installation FES Flight. Create your own in minutes. Does this unit require a fall protection program?

AFOSH para 2. AFI para Has a written emergency action plan been written that meets the requirement of 29 CFR Ensure escape routes are kept free of obstruction—to include stairways and office doors. Clothing made from synthetics, such as acetate, nylon, polyester or rayon, either alone or in blends, is unsafe for work on or near energized electrical circuits or equipment over 50 volts.


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Do operators wear protective goggles or face shields and other 913-07 equipment, such as a respirator, when operations require it? Does this unit have confined spaces program?

Are tools inspected for defects, and defective tools immediately removed from service? Do workers who 91-07 chain saws wear safety footwear, snug-fitting clothing, protective gloves and eye, hearing and head protection? Supervisors of these operations shall contact the installation Ground Safety office, Fire 91-37 Services FES Flight and BE for assistance in determining safe work practices and protective equipment needs. Breakers that trip frequently indicate electrical problems and shall be promptly reported and corrected.

Do not place cords under rugs, carpets or other combustible material. Permanently-installed shower and eyewash units shall be activated by the supervisor or worker weekly to verify proper operation. Does the shop maintain chemicals? Were any mishaps reported over the past 12 months? Does program include an emergency primary and secondary plan if a worker falls? Are PPE inspections performed?