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Hangar and Maintenance Workshop Hazard Assessment

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Risk Assessment is an important compliance process to identify potential hazards and ensure controls are in place to minimise risk. This template will help floor managers and safety supervisors within the aviation industry regularly inspect and maintain an OSHA compliant workplace.

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Hangar and Maintenance Workshop Hazard Assessment

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1. Are hangars and workshop areas kept clean and orderly?

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2. Has a regular inspection schedule been set up to survey work area conditions and degree of employee exposure to risk?

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3. Does type of PPE used match the needs of current operations?

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4. Is proper PPE provided, worn, and maintained according to hazards present?

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5. Is the compressed air used for cleaning under 30 psi or fitted with a low pressure nozzle?

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6. Are adequate engineering and protective steps taken to protect workers from chemical exposure hazards (e.g., handling of chemicals sed in maintenance, or exposure from spills/leaks)?

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7. Are all hazardous chemicals appropriately labeled and stored per HAZCOM requiements?

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8. Is eating, drinking, chewing gum, smoking, application of makeup or storage of food prohibited in the hangar or maintenance shop?

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9. Are odors, dusts, and emissions from machining, welding, painting, curing, and other contaminant-producing maintenance or repair activities isolated or removed?

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10. Has noise monitoring been conducted for noisy operations and tool use?

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11. Are storage areas kept free from accumulation of materials that constitute hazards from tipping, tripping, fire, explosion or pest harborage?

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12. Are maintenance procedures readily available to employees who work on or maintain aircraft and auxiliary equipment?

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13. Are forklifts inspected before being placed in service? (Inspections should be at least daily, or after each shift, if used around the clock.)

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14. Have all employees been adequately informed about how to report suspected hazards in hangar and maintenance workshop area, and are Supervisors aware of their responsibnility to correct or mitigate hazards?

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