Your wife has a “honey do” list for you at home. You make a shopping list when you go shopping. You might even have a to do list at work.
The reason for “to do” and “Shopping” lists is simple, it’s so you won’t forget anything important.
So why not download and print out a site inspection list to make sure that the work site is in tiptop shape when OSHA does a surprise inspection. Here’s a great list of the different checklists that you might need provided by Oregon OSHA.
|RIGHT-click the Word documents below and select “Save Target/Link As…”
to save them to your computer for editing.
|Abrasive wheel equipment grinders||Word|
|Checklists for maintaining the foundation||Word|
|Compressed gas and cylinders||Word|
|Compressors and compressed air||Word|
|Confined spaces: permit-required||Word|
|Cranes and hoists||Word|
|Emergency action plan||Word|
|Ergonomics: computer workstations||Word|
|Exits (Access and Egress)||Word|
|Flammable and combustible materials||Word|
|Floor and wall openings||Word|
|Hand tools and equipment||Word|
|Lockout and tagout||Word|
|Medical services and first aid||Word|
|Noise: hearing conservation||Word|
|Personal protective equipment (PPE)||Word|
|Piping systems: identification||Word|
|Safety Committees and Meetings||Word|
|Split rim and multi-piece wheel tire inflation||Word|
|Spray finishing operations||Word|
|Stairs and stairways||Word|
|Tools and equipment: portable power-operated||Word|
|Transportation: employees and materials||Word|
|Ventilation for indoor air quality||Word|
|Welding, cutting and brazing||Word|
|Work environment: general||Word|