Photo of the Week
2014 Photo of the Week #51 (Electrical LOTO)
Falls a bit short of 1910.333(b)(2) don’t you think?
"Lockout and Tagging." While any employee is exposed to contact with parts of fixed electric equipment or circuits which have been deenergized, the circuits energizing the parts shall be locked out or tagged or both in accordance with the requirements of this paragraph. The requirements shall be followed in the order in which they are presented (i.e., paragraph (b)(2)(i) first, then paragraph (b)(2)(ii), etc.).
2014 Photo of the Week #47 (PSM Facility Siting)
OSHA/EPA is still issuing Facility Siting citations, just this week there was one issued, for facility not including a FS analysis as part of their process hazard(s) analysis. This weeks photo shows the result of a common findings from our FS Analyzes. Critical equipment along roadways MUST be protected from vehicle impact - it does not get any SIMPLER than this! So the next time someone claims a vehicle would never damage unprotected piping along a roadway, just remember this weeks Photo of the Week.
2014 Photo of the Week #46 (Electrical & Fire Protection)
NOTE: I have not stopped and have no plans to stop my weekly photo postings. I am in the process of upgrading to Joomla 3.0 and with a site the size of SAFTENG, we do one transfer. The site was download a couple of weeks ago and anything I add since then I will have to go back and add again to the new site. Was trying to save myself some work.
2014 Photo of the Week #41 (Umm... Teamwork?)
Minutes after they attended the daily safety meeting, Larry, Darryl, and Darryl returned to finish their concrete work!!! We just can't make this stuff up. Wouldn't you have loved to be standing nearby to hear this plan hatch out????
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