Figure 2-32.Daily stand-up safety lecture form.
All electrical portable tools, extension cords, small
gasoline, pneumatic, and power-actuated tools
(including those borrowed from other units) must be
inspected monthly and tagged with the safety color of
the month. Equipment or circuits that are de-energized
shall be tendered inoperative and have tags attached
at all points where such equipment or circuits can be
energized. Refer to 29CFR1910. 147 and ANS1 Z244.1
for lockout/tag-out procedures.
Asbestos removal is not normally conducted by
NCF personnel. COM2NDNCB/COM3RDNCBINST
5100 series gives detailed guidance on NCF asbestos
policy and procedures.
All of the following requirements must be met
prior to the use of respirators:
Correct equipment identified by the local Res-
piratory Protection Program manager
Medical evaluation of potential users
Fit test performed by competent personnel
Respiratory protection training for all potential
Written standard operating procedures (SOPs)
developed for the work site, including emer-
gency and rescue guidance, and posted on the
The following excerpt is taken from the EM
Banks more than 5 feet high shall be shored,
laid back to a stable slope, or provided with
other equivalent protection where employees
may be exposed to moving ground or cave-ins.