General Code of Safe Work Practices

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General Code of Safe Work Practices


General Fire Safety


     Our local fire department is well acquainted with our facility, its location and specific hazards. 


     All fire doors and shutters must be maintained in good operating condition.  Fire doors and shutters should be unobstructed and protected against obstructions, including their counterweights.  Fire door and shutter fusible links must be in place.  All automatic sprinkler water control valves, if any, air and water pressures should be checked routinely.  The maintenance of automatic sprinkler systems is assigned to the Responsible Safety Officer.  Sprinkler heads should be protected by metal guards if they could possibly be exposed to damage.  Proper clearance must be maintained below sprinkler heads. 


     Portable fire extinguishers are provided in adequate number and type and are located throughout the facility.  Fire extinguishers are mounted in readily accessible locations.  Fire extinguishers are recharged regularly and the date of last inspection noted on their tags.  All employees are periodically instructed in the use of extinguishers and fire protection procedures.  Notify the Responsible Safety Officer of any damage to fire protection equipment. 


Powder Actuated Tools


     The employees using powder-actuated tools must be properly trained and will be issued a card as proof of that training.  Some of the powder-actuated tools being used have written approval of the Division of Occupational Safety and Health.  Check to see which tools require a certification and which certificates have been issued.