Hazard Signage


HAZARD CONTROL SIGNAGE

APPLICATION

Work sites should have appropriate and adequate signage to identify site hazards in place prior to the commencement of any work process.

PROTECTIVE MECHANISMS

  • Safe work procedures
  • Government Legislation
  • Local jurisdictions
  • Worksite traffic guidelines
  • PPE

SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITY

To facilitate and/or provide proper instruction to their workers on protection requirements and training Signage selection Hazard analysis

13.4 WORKER RESPONSIBILITY

1. Ensure signage is in good condition, clean, legible and suited to the purpose.

2. Ensure traffic control signage is of accepted standards.

3. Ensure signage is secured.

4. Routinely inspect signage for placement, cleanliness and physical damage.

5. Ensure road traffic control signage is covered when no activity is present.

6. Ensure you are fully trained to erect road traffic signage.

 

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2016-02-04 07:06:29 MSTHazard Signage Uploaded by Michelle Bryan - pwurz.qnq@outlook.com IP 69.168.160.97