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Walking-Working Surfaces . Housekeeping is more than being tidy. All areas are clean, orderly, and sanitary Floors are clean and dry Areas free of protruding nails, splinters, holes, or loose boards . 1a. Permanent aisles. Kept clear In good repair No obstructions
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Walking-Working Surfaces Housekeeping is more than being tidy
  • All areas are clean, orderly, and sanitary
  • Floors are clean and dry
  • Areas free of protruding nails, splinters, holes, or loose boards
  • 1aPermanent aisles
  • Kept clear
  • In good repair
  • No obstructions
  • Appropriately marked
  • Sufficiently wide
  • 2aOpen pits, tanks, vats, ditches, etc
  • Protect with:
  • Covers
  • Guardrails
  • 3aFloor loading limits
  • Marked on plates
  • Conspicuously posted
  • 4aFloor and wall openings and holes are guarded when
  • Four feet or more above adjacent levels
  • 5aLadders and stairs
  • Injuries occur when ladders:
  • Move
  • Slip
  • Fall
  • Break
  • 6aLadders and stairs
  • Injuries occur when:
  • Employees carry things in their hands when they fall
  • 6bLadders and stairs
  • OSHA sets requirements for design, construction, and use of:
  • Portable wood ladders
  • Portable metal ladders
  • Fixed ladders
  • Stairs
  • 6cLadders and stairs
  • Tips for ladders:
  • Inspect before use
  • No metal ladders near electrical lines
  • Use for intended purpose
  • 6dLadders and stairs
  • Tips for ladders:
  • Set up on firm, solid surface
  • Lock spreaders on stepladders
  • Use 4 to 1 rule to set up straight ladders
  • 6eLadders and stairs
  • Tips for ladders:
  • Use both hands
  • Stay off top steps
  • Don't move occupied ladders
  • Hoist items up to you
  • Work within side rails
  • 6fLadders and stairs
  • Tips for stairs:
  • No slippery, wet, or icy conditions
  • Free of clutter
  • Use handrails
  • See your path
  • 6gScaffolding
  • Scaffold injuries occur while:
  • Working on the scaffold
  • Climbing between levels
  • 7aScaffold terms
  • Bearer
  • Brace
  • Coupler
  • Crawling board
  • Double pole
  • Guardrail
  • 8aScaffold terms
  • Heavy duty scaffold
  • Horse scaffold
  • Ladder jack scaffold
  • Ledger
  • Light duty scaffold
  • 8bScaffold terms
  • Maximum intended load
  • Medium duty scaffold
  • Mid-rail
  • Putlog
  • Runner
  • 8cScaffold terms
  • Toeboard
  • Tube and coupler scaffold
  • Tubular welded frame scaffold
  • Two-point suspension scaffold
  • Working load
  • 8dScaffold design, construction
  • Sound footing
  • Safely support maximum intended loads
  • 9aScaffold design, construction
  • Poles, uprights are plumb, rigidly braced
  • Secured to permanent structures
  • 9bScaffold design, construction
  • Proper grades of timbers and planking
  • Nails, bolts
  • 9cScaffold design, construction
  • Spans for planks
  • Planks overlapped, secure
  • Planks extend over end supports
  • 9dScaffold design, construction
  • Safe access
  • Damaged are out of service, repaired
  • 9eScaffold safe work practices
  • Don't move or alter while occupied
  • No work during storms, high winds
  • Remove ice, snow and apply sand
  • 10aScaffold safe work practices
  • Hoisted items need tag lines
  • Protection during hot work
  • Screen to guard workers below
  • 10bMobile ladder stands, scaffolds
  • Designed and built:
  • Strong enough to support weight
  • Using sturdy materials
  • 11aMobile ladder stands, scaffolds
  • Work platforms:
  • Rigidly braced
  • Wide enough
  • Guardrails, toeboards above 10 feet
  • Maximum height
  • 11bOther working surfaces
  • Dockboards
  • Forging machine area
  • Veneer machinery
  • 12aOther working surfaces
  • Dockboards:
  • Built to industry standards
  • Secured in position
  • Handholds provided
  • Prevent rail car movement
  • 12b
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