Work Area Safety Checklist
Kyle Clocksin on 11/08/2013
Texas Department of Insurance
When working with safety checklists, it is important to personalize the checklist by making it site specific to your operations. Use only those parts that apply to your facility. If the checklist is site specific, you should not have a single “n/a - not applicable”. You are not finished with the list just because you have gone through your operations and marked “okay” or “not okay”. The next step is to document all the “not okays”, assign someone the responsibility of correcting the hazard or potential hazard, and the date the work is to be completed. Follow up and ensure all the corrections have been done. File all the documentation for future reference.
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