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Title: Module 2: General Working Conditions


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  • Module 2 General Working Conditions
  • 2.1 Housekeeping Slips, Trips, Falls
  • Susan Harwood Grant Number SH-17820-08-60-F-23

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  • This material was produced under grant number
    SH-17820-08-60-F-23 from the Occupational Safety
    and Health Administration, U.S. Department of
    Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views
    or polices of the U.S. Department of Labor, nor
    does mention of trade names, commercial products,
    or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S.
    Government.

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  • Define housekeeping and how it affects your
    workplace
  • Explain the risk and injury that may occur due to
    poor housekeeping
  • Identify management practices
  • Identify engineering controls for illumination
    and ventilation

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Do you do housekeeping?
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Figure 1 View of apartment housing complex
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Figure 2 Yard and slip with good housekeeping
standards
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Figure 3 Galley area in the officers quarters
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Figure 4 Hull awaiting to be processed
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Figure 5 Safety sign in yard talking safety
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Figure 6 view of office
Figure 7 Pallets along dock at
facility
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Figure 8 Yard showing good housekeeping
standards being enforced
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Figure 9 All debris removed in area of work pad
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Figure 10 Sectional steel awaiting to be cut down
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Figure 11 Gangway entrance off the vessel
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Figure 12 Gangway free and clear of debris
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Figure 13 Double bottom sectional on pad
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Figure 14 Main deck with equipment and gear
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Figure 15 Water on main deck surfaces
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Figure 16 Main deck and equipment awaiting to be
off loaded
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Figure 17 Hot work inside double bottom
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Figure 18 Lighting suspended in overhead
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Figure 19 Suspended lighting system being
inspected
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Figure20 Hoses laying across deck
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Figure 21 Steel cuts are being stacked after
being dismantled
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Figure 22 Signage at the entrance of the gangway
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Figure 23 Personnel making access to vessel
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Figure 24 Oil residue inside fuel tanks
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Figure 25 Engine Room machinery
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Figure 26 PCB cables being removed from cargo
hold
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Figure 27 Ventilation fan inside containment
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Figure Cutting inside cargo area with high sides
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Figure 29 Yard view
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Figure 30 Scaffolding on dock area
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Figure 31 Oil barge inside slip
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Figure 32 Last of hull inside slip with
propellers attached
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Figure 33 Hull with propeller
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Figure 34 Engine room and shaft
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Figure 35 Main deck
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Figure 36 Cut steel and valves
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Figure 37 Yard after rainfall
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Figure 38 View for the main deck looking forard
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Figure 39 Wood and equipment stored
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Figure 40 Paint storage room
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Figure 41 Cable wires removed from facility
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Figure 42 View inside back seat of a truck
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Figure 43 Pallets behind facility
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Figure 34 Pallets and housekeeping issues along
dock area
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Action Discussion Who is responsible for
housekeeping ? Why?
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Action Discussion Why do you feel housekeeping
is important in the workplace?
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  • OSHA eTool www.osha.gov

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Worker Safety is a Priority
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