OSHIFY Corporation v2.0
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Unqualified Employee

Using tools that you are not qualified or trained to use can lead to serious accidents and injuries. Here is a safety procedure that can help employees understand and follow proper procedures for tool use:

  1. Identify tools: Employees should be trained to identify tools that they are not qualified or trained to use.
  2. Training and qualification: Employees should be trained and qualified to use specific tools before using them.
  3. Obtain permission: Employees should obtain permission from their supervisor before using any tool they are not qualified or trained to use.
  4. Follow instructions: Employees should follow all instructions and warnings for the tool they are using.
  5. Use proper PPE: Employees should use proper personal protective equipment (PPE) when using tools, such as gloves, safety glasses, or earplugs.
  6. Inspect tools: Employees should inspect tools before use to ensure they are in good working condition and free from defects or damage.
  7. Use tools properly: Employees should use tools properly and in the manner they were designed to be used.
  8. Store tools properly: Employees should store tools properly when they are not in use, such as in a designated storage area or toolbox.
  9. Report incidents or hazards: Employees should report any incidents or hazards related to tool use to their supervisor immediately.

By following this safety procedure, employees can work safely with tools and prevent accidents and injuries. Identifying tools, obtaining permission, following instructions, using proper PPE, inspecting tools, using tools properly, storing tools properly, and reporting incidents or hazards are all important steps to ensure safety when using tools in the workplace.


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