beginning of the workday or shift for the purpose of detecting and correcting unsafe or unhealthy
conditions that may have developed while the building was unmanned.
2. Means of informing visitors and other personnel not regularly assigned to the workplace of
the chemicals and hazards present, the precautions to be taken, and the location of MSDSs, as
required by Title 29 CFR, section 1910.1200.
3. Controls or measures for logging employees and visitors in and out of hazardous materials
storage or working areas (for emergency purposes).
4. Procedures and responsibilities for periodic inspections of ventilation, lighting, alarm, fire
suppression systems, and emergency eyewash and shower facilities.
5. Assignment of responsibility for a periodic determination of the adequacy of first-aid
supplies and equipment.
6. Plans for daily employee orientation briefings concerning planned events such as
workplace who are not normally assigned, and anticipated requirements for personal protective
7. Designation of no smoking or outside smoking areas.
8. Designation of dining areas.
9. Procedures for inspections to ensure that hazardous materials are stored away from heat and
10. Local operating principles and safety instructions governing the operation of power and
manually operated MHE including safe operating speeds for forklifts handling hazardous
materials, truck loading and unloading operations, and intrainstallation movement of hazardous
SECTION V. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
8.15 General. Title 29 CFR, Subpart I requires the employer to assess hazards, select and
provide PPE, and train the employees to use them where hazards might be present. Each
service/agency will have a written Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) program covering the
selection, use, and training of PPE. This section describes the general requirements described in
Subpart I. DoD services/activities with established OSH programs shall follow guidelines and
policy set forth by their respective headquarters.
8.16 Eye and Face Protection. Eye and face protection is required by section 1910.133.
Approved eye and face protection shall be used when employees are exposed to eye and face
hazards from flying particles, molten metal, liquid chemicals, acids or caustic liquids, chemical
gases or vapors, or potentially injurious light radiation.