Safety Spreadsheet
                                                                                                   #DIV...
Framing
   Structural Damage
       2003 IRC Section 602.6 Drilling
        and notching-studs.

       Studs in an ext...
Foundations
   Beams

       Beams are not
        being consistently
        installed with the
        correct width

...
Framing

   Studs over-
    notched to
    allow for
    plumbing
    stacks
Enclosure
   3 LAWS OF THERMODYNAMICS
       HOT GOES TO COLD
       HIGH PRESSURE GOES TO LOW PRESSURE
       WET GOE...
SAFETY
   Scaffolds

       Unsafe scaffold
SWPPP
   Permits
   SWPP Plans
   Inspection Reports
   Posted Notices
   Training
   Site Maintenance
   Terminati...
SWPPP
   Site Maintenance

       Blowable trash is
        not being
        contained, and
        regularly removed
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  1. 1. Safety Spreadsheet #DIV/0   Fall Protection - Floor & Wall Openings   0 0 ! OSHA 1926.502 (b) #DIV/0 16 Guardrails constructed to withstand 200 lb Loads 0 0 (3) ! OSHA 1926.501 (b) #DIV/0 17 Guardrails installed at leading edge w/fall distance 6' or more 0 0 (13) ! OSHA 1926.502(b) #DIV/0 18 Guardrails installed at wall openings 19" wide or more 0 0 (2)(iv) ! OSHA 1926.501 (b) #DIV/0 19 Guardrails installed at window openings w/ sill height < 39" 0 0 (14) ! OSHA 1926.502(b) #DIV/0 20 Guardrail Component Heights: Top Rail 42" +/- 3" 0 0 (1) ! OSHA 1926.502(B) #DIV/0 21 Mid Rail 21" 0 0 (2) ! OSHA 1926.502(j) #DIV/0 22 Toe Board 4" High 0 0 (3) ! #DIV/0 23 Floor Openings>2"x2" covered OSHA 1926.500(b), 0 0 ! OSHA 1926.502(i) #DIV/0 24 Floor Openings>2"x2" marked "Cover" or "Hole" 0 0 (4) ! #DIV/0 25 Impalement hazards are guarded OSHA 1926.701(b) 0 0 !
  2. 2. Framing  Structural Damage  2003 IRC Section 602.6 Drilling and notching-studs.  Studs in an exterior or bearing wall may be cut or notched to a depth not exceeding 25 percent of its width.  Studs in nonbearing walls may be notched to a depth not to exceed 40 percent of a single stud width.  Any stud may be bored or drilled, provided that the diameter of the resulting hole is no greater than 40 percent of the stud width, the edge of the hole is no closer than 5/8  inch to the edge of the stud
  3. 3. Foundations  Beams  Beams are not being consistently installed with the correct width  Plans called for 12” wide beams  Beam is 9 ½” wide at bottom
  4. 4. Framing  Studs over- notched to allow for plumbing stacks
  5. 5. Enclosure  3 LAWS OF THERMODYNAMICS  HOT GOES TO COLD  HIGH PRESSURE GOES TO LOW PRESSURE  WET GOES TO DRY  KEEP BULK WATER OUT  LET WATER VAPOR ESCAPE  ALLEVIATE LOW PRESSURE IN HOUSES
  6. 6. SAFETY  Scaffolds  Unsafe scaffold
  7. 7. SWPPP  Permits  SWPP Plans  Inspection Reports  Posted Notices  Training  Site Maintenance  Terminations  Record Keeping
  8. 8. SWPPP  Site Maintenance  Blowable trash is not being contained, and regularly removed

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