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  • At the end of the day, everyone wants the same thing: to go home to their families and friends safe and whole. OSHA’s Mission is to help employers and employees achieve this every day.
  • OHSAS 18001 is an Occupation Health and Safety Assessment Series for health and safety management systems. It is intended to help an organizations to control occupational health and safety risks. It was developed in response to widespread demand for a recognized standard against which to be certified and assessed.

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  • 1. Flat Roofing Safety Draft 10 31 11
  • 2. OSHA’s Mission
    • Assure so far as possible every working man and woman in the nation safe and healthful working conditions.
    This is a fall and a shock hazard.
  • 3. Injury Prevention Basics
    • With the following resources and tools at hand, worker and student accidents and fatalities can be significantly avoided
    • 2100 VPP Companies
    • 1600 SHARPs
    • 1910.119
    • ANSI Z9.10
    • States AR, CA, LA, HI, MN, MT NV, NH, NY, OR, WA
    • Management leadership
    • Employee Participation
    • Hazard Prevention and Control
    • Education and Training
    • Program Evaluation and Improvement
    • Communication and coordination on multiemployer sites
  • 4. Fall Protection In Roofing
    • The FALL LEP allows OSHA to inspect any flat roof where there is an allegation of a hazard.
    There have been over 1000 Roofing deaths since 2000.
  • 5. Most Frequently Cited OSHA Standards – Nationwide
    • Hazard Communication
    • Respiratory Protection
    • Lockout/Tagout
    • Powered Industrial Trucks
    • Electrical, Wiring Methods
    • Machine Guarding
    • Electrical, System Design
    • PPE
    • Mech. Power Transmission
    • Guarding Floor & Wall Openings & Holes
    General Industry
    • Scaffolds, General Req.
    • Fall Protection, General
    • Ladders
    • Fall Protection, Training
    • General Safety & Health
    • Aerial Lifts
    • Excavations
    • Head Protection
    • Hazard Communication
    • Scaffolds, Training
    Construction
  • 6. Most Frequently Cited OSHA Violations - Region V
    • Machine Guarding, General
    • Hazard Communication-Program
    • Hazard Communication, Training
    • Lockout/Tagout Procedures
    • Lockout/Tagout Program
    • Powered Industrial Trucks
    • Machine Guarding, Point of Operation
    • Lockout/Tagout, Periodic inspections
    • Hazard Assessment & PPE Selection
    • Guarding Floor & Wall Openings & Holes
    • Fall Protection, Residential
    • Fall Protection, Training
    • Safety program, frequent & regular inspections
    • Ladders
    • Eye & Face Protection
    • Head Protection
    • Scaffolds, Fall Protection
    • Fall Protection, General
    • Safety program
    • Excavations
    Construction General Industry
  • 7. OSHA’s View from the Street
  • 8. Roofer at Edge of Roof
  • 9. OSHA’s View from the Roof
  • 10. No Safety Monitor
  • 11. Warning Lines
  • 12. Flag Setup 6 feet away
  • 13. Hoist Areas
  • 14. Roof Hoist with No Guardrails
  • 15. Hot Pipe Protection
  • 16. Guardrail Hot Pipe
  • 17. Debris Protection
  • 18. Guardrail Provided
  • 19. Parapets
  • 20. Parapet Wall > 19”
  • 21. Roof Openings
  • 22. Roof Opening Covering
  • 23. Fall Arrest
  • 24. Wearing Fall Arrest
  • 25. Ladder Fall Protection
  • 26. Ladder Access Designation
  • 27. Material Storage
  • 28. Good Material Storage
  • 29. Roof Damage
  • 30. Hole in Roof
  • 31. Roof Equipment
  • 32. Roof Kettles
    • Provide Containment
    • Working temperature gauges
    • LPG 10 feet away
    • 2 Fire Extinguishers
    • Spigot turnout in event of fire
    • Training and Fire Prevention
  • 33. Damaged Electrical Cords
  • 34. Information
    • Quicktakes: http://www.osha.gov/as/opa/quicktakes/index.html
    • Inquiries: 1-800-321-OSHA
    • www.osha.gov
  • 35. Further
    • This ppt was prepared by John Newquist as a preliminary aid for people required to evaluate fall on roofs.
    • This is not an official OSHA publication. Those will be on the OSHA.gov website.
    • [email_address] is my email if you see any errors. This is just a draft as of 10/31/11.
    • 312-353-5977