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Slips, Trips, Falls, and Ergonomics Checklist

Contributor: Safesite • Jurisdiction: OSHA

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This general workplace safety inspection checklist can be used by safety managers and office managers to ensure a safe office workplace. This primarily focuses on Slips Trips and Falls as well as workplace ergonomics

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Slips, Trips, Falls, and Ergonomics Checklist

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1. General: Are all work areas clean, sanitary, and orderly?

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2. General: Is there adequate lighting?

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3. General: Do noise levels appear high?

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4. General: Is ventilation adequate?

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5. General: Are aisles and passages free of stored material that may present trip hazards?

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6. General: Are tile floors in places like kitchens and bathrooms free of water and slippery substances?

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7. General: Are carpet and throw rugs free of tears or trip hazards?

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8. General: Are hand rails provided on all fixed stairways?

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9. General: Are treads provided with anit-slip surfaces?

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10. General: Are step ladders provided for reaching overhead storage areas and are materials stored safely?

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11. General: Are file drawers kept closed when not in use?

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12. General: Are passenger and freight elevators inspected annually and are the inspection certificates available for online review?

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13. General: Are pits and floor openings covered or otherwise guarded?

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14. General: Are standard guardrails provided wherever aisle or walkway surfaces are elevated more than 48 inches above any adjacent floor or the ground?

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15. General: Is any furniture unsafe or defective?

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16. General: Are objects covering heating and air conditioning vents?

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17. General: Are employees advised of proper lifting techniques?

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18. General: Are workstations configured to prevent common erongomic problems?

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19. General: Chair height allows employees' feet to rest flat on the ground with thighs parallel to the floor?

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20. General: Top of computer screen is at or slightly below eye level, keyboard is at elbow height.

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21. General: Are mechanical aids and equipment, such as: lifting devices, carts, dollies provided where needed?

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22. General: Are employees surveyed annually on their ergonomic concerns?

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23. General: Are established emergency phone numbers posted where they can be readily found in case of emergency?

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24. General: Are employees trained on emergency procedures?

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