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«PROCEDURES: •Visually inspect stilts before use. •Do a floor and overhead check prior to donning stilts. •Move electrical cords to one side of ...»

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VAN-ROC INTERIORS LTD

SAFE JOB PROCEDURES

SJP: ADJUSTABLE STILTS

APPLICATION: Light duty activities such as taping and filling, installing furring channels, insulating,

etc.

REQUIRED TRAINING: •Stilts SJP’s. •Workers must also be competent and have experience in

their use before undertaking activities such as working with head up, using tools in both hands, and working at maximum height.

REQUIRED PPE: •Safety footwear. •Safety headgear. •Eye and ear protection as needed.

•Respiratory protection and Hi viz as needed.

POTENTIAL HAZARDS: •Losing one’s balance and falling to the ground. •Falling over handrails or windows, which are usually only 1m high. •Slip/trip hazards. •Falling over while entering a different level or going through doorways. •Manual handling injuries caused by bending over or twisting from the stilts.

PROCEDURES: •Visually inspect stilts before use. •Do a floor and overhead check prior to donning stilts. •Move electrical cords to one side of room or hallway. •Place boxes of bead on long walls.

•Ensure crawl space hatches and other floor openings are sealed. •Have someone on ground, ensure floor is kept free of wet mud and materials. •Only rigid platforms (no ladders) at equal or greater height to be used for donning and doffing of stilts. •Only portable hand tools to be used by stilt workers.

•Never pick up items from below knee level. •Never use stilts on planks or scaffolds. •Immediately remove stilts if experiencing fatigue or drowsiness.

REFERENCES: Manufacturer’s instructions and BC OH&S Regulation.

Originally developed by: •David Milne Sep 16 2014.

Reviewed by: •JOHSC Mar 3 2015. •Carol Stade Nov 10 2014.

Reviewed/Revised by: •Rod Kirby, Curt Patrick Oct 29 2014.

VAN-ROC INTERIORS LTD

SAFE JOB PROCEDURES

SJP: ALUMINUM SAW HORSE

APPLICATION: Access to heights REQUIRED TRAINING: Saw horse SJP’s REQUIRED PPE: •Safety headgear. •Safety footwear. •Eye and Hearing protection as needed.

•Respiratory protection as needed. •Hi viz and Fall protection as needed.

POTENTIAL HAZARDS: •Fall hazards. •Slip/trip hazards. •Pinch points.

PROCEDURES: •When lifting saw horse, use proper lifting techniques. •Ensure saw horse spreaders are extended fully and locked. •Ensure all 4 feet have solid contact with firm level ground.

•Ensure area is clean, dry and free of debris. •Never stack sawhorses to obtain extra height. •Do not overload saw horses. •Do not carry heavy or bulky loads up or down saw horses. •When using saw horses to support work platforms, planks or platforms must be 20” wide and extend a minimum of 6” and a maximum of 12”. •Any saw horse that is over 32” is considered a trestle ladder and therefore ladder SWP’s/SJP’s must be followed including no standing on the top two rungs.

REFERENCES: Manufacturer’s instructions and BC OH&S Regulation Originally developed by: •David Milne Sep 24 2014

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SJP: AVIATION SNIPS

APPLICATION: Cutting of light gauge steel, corner bead, t-bar, etc.

REQUIRED TRAINING: •WHMIS. •Snip SJP’s REQUIRED PPE: •Safety headgear. •Safety footwear. •Eye protection, Hearing and Respiratory protection as needed. •Hi viz and Fall protection as needed.

POTENTIAL HAZARDS: •Cuts/Punctures from snips and material. •Pinch points. •Repetitive strain injuries.

PROCEDURES: •Inspect tool before use. •Hold work with one hand and push snips into work as far as they will go. •Keep snips perpendicular to work and squeeze. •For successive cuts, do not allow blades to close completely, open blades slowly while applying gentle forward pressure, then close them again in the same manner. •Do not force cut. •Push waste away from you either up or down. •Close snips when not in use and store only in tool pouch or bag.

REFERENCES: Manufacturer’s instructions and BC OH&S Regulation Originally developed by: •David Milne Sep 24 2014 Reviewed by: •JOHSC Mar 3 2015. •Carol Stade Nov 10 2014.

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SJP: COMPOUND MITRE SAW

APPLICATION: Butt, angled or compound angled cross cuts on wood or other suitable materials REQUIRED TRAINING: •WHMIS, •Mitre saw training. •Mitre saw SJP’s REQUIRED PPE: •Safety headgear. •Safety footwear. •Eye, hearing, and respiratory protection as needed. •Hi viz and Fall protection as needed.

POTENTIAL HAZARDS: •Cuts/amputations/fractures, to fingers and hands. •Eye/face/torso injuries due to kickback or flying debris. •Excessive noise. •Respiratory irritations/illnesses.

PROCEDURES: •Inspect tool before use. •Ensure correct blade is used and is installed correctly.

•Ensure blade is sharp and undamaged. Set angle and lock table. •Hold or clamp work tight against fence and base. •Do not cut pieces that are too small to be secured against fence. •Allow blade to reach full speed before lowering blade into work. •After finishing cut, release trigger switch and keep the saw arm down until blade stops completely. •Crosscut only, never rip material.





REFERENCES: Manufacturer’s instructions and BC OH&S Regulation.

Originally developed by: •David Milne Sep 19 2014

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SJP: CORDLESS DRILL

APPLICATION: Light duty applications (fastening, drilling) REQUIRED TRAINING: •WHMIS. •Cordless drill SJP’s REQUIRED PPE: •Safety headgear. •Safety footwear. •Eye and hearing protection as needed.

•Respiratory protection, Hi viz and fall protection as needed.

POTENTIAL HAZARDS: •Eye injuries. •Wrist injuries. •Flying/falling debris. •MSI’s. •Repetitive strain injuries. •Dust. •Noise. •Burns (hot bits and fasteners). •Entanglement. •Electrical shock.

•Cuts/punctures. •Risk of fire (short out to battery terminals).

PROCEDURES: •Inspect tool, batteries and bits before use. •Do not use extremely worn or damaged drill or driver bits. •Ensure bits turn straight and true and are secured in drill properly.

•Adjust speed and clutch settings according to task. •Keep a firm grip and do not force tool. •Keep wrist in the neutral position. •Do not block air vents. •Do not overreach. •No loose fitting clothes.

•Tie back long hair. •Use caution when drilling above shoulder or below knees. •Use caution when changing bits (hot). •Do not walk or run while trigger is depressed. •Store batteries in case with protective caps on, (prevents short out and possible ignition of battery).

REFERENCES: Manufacturer’s instructions and BC OH&S Regulation.

Originally developed by: •David Milne Sep 22 2014.

Reviewed by: •JOHSC Mar 3 2015.

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SJP: Cordless Impact Gun APPLICATION: Light duty fastening (screws, lag bolts, etc.) REQUIRED TRAINING: •WHMIS. •Impact gun SJP’s REQUIRED PPE: •Safety headgear. •Safety footwear. •Eye, hearing protection, Hi viz and Fall protection as needed.

POTENTIAL HAZARDS: •Eye injuries. •Flying/falling debris. •Wrist injuries. •Cuts/punctures.

•Excessive noise. •Excessive vibration. •Overreaching. •MSI’s. •Repetitive strain injuries. •Electrical shock. •Risk of fire (short out of battery terminals).

PROCEDURES: •Inspect tool and attachments before use. •Do not use extremely worn or damaged drill or driver bits. •Ensure bits turn straight and true and are secured in the drill properly.

•Keep a firm grip and do not force tool. •Keep wrist in the neutral position. •Do not block air vents.

•No loose fitting clothes. •Tie back long hair. •Do not overreach. •Use caution when drilling above shoulder or below knees. •Keep charger from getting wet. •Store batteries in their case with protective caps on to prevent terminal shorts.

REFERENCES: Manufacturer’s instructions and BC OH&S Regulation.

Originally developed by: •David Milne Sep 22 2014 Reviewed by: •JOHSC Mar 3 2015. •Carol Stade Nov 10 2014

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SJP: DRILL PADDLE (Mud Whip) APPLICATION: Whip drywall joint compound into a very smooth, consistent, easily spreadable drywall “mud”.

REQUIRED TRAINING: •WHMIS. •Drill paddle SJP’s. •Electric Drill SJP’s REQUIRED PPE: •Safety headgear. •Safety footwear. •Eye, hearing, and Hi viz as needed.

POTENTIAL HAZARDS: •Eye injuries. •Electrical shock. •MSI’s.

PROCEDURES: •Visually inspect paddle and drill before use. •Add small amount of water to joint compound. •Brace bucket with feet and slowly push paddle into mud. •Keep drill turning slowly.

•Increase speed as mud gets smoother. •Add water as necessary. •Allow paddle to come to a complete stop before removing it from bucket. •Clean paddle after use.

REFERENCES: Manufacturer’s instructions and BC OH&S Regulation Originally developed by: •David Milne Sep 16 2014 Reviewed by: •JOHSC Mar 3 2015. •Carol Stade Nov 10 2014

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SJP: DRIVING APPLICATION: Safe operation of a motor vehicle REQUIRED TRAINING: Must have valid driver’s license and be familiar with driving SJP’s.

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POTENTIAL HAZARDS: Serious injury or death to yourself and others PROCEDURES: •Ensure your license, registration and insurance is current, valid and on your person. •Ensure monthly inspection is performed on company vehicles. •Ensure you are not under the influence of drugs or alcohol. •Avoid driving when fatigued. •Always wear seatbelts. •Do not operate a cell phone while driving without a hands free device. •Be familiar with traffic laws and regulations.

•No hitchhikers. •Drive defensively. •Ensure loads are stable, secure, and red flagged when applicable.

REFERENCES: •Owner’s manual. •All applicable federal, provincial and municipal traffic laws.

Originally Developed by: •David Milne Oct 9 2014 Reviewed by: •JOHSC Mar 3 2015. •Carol Stade Nov 10 2014

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SJP: DRYWALL ROUTER

APPLICATION: Cutting holes in Drywall REQUIRED TRAINING: •WHMIS. •Router SJP’s REQUIRED PPE: •Safety headgear. •Safety footwear. •Safety eyewear. •Respiratory protection.

•Hearing protection. •Hi viz and Fall protection as needed.

POTENTIAL HAZARDS: •Cuts/Punctures. •Debris in eyes. •Electrical shock. •Excessive noise.

•Silica dust exposure. •Burns (bit gets very hot). •Falling material.

PROCEDURES: •Inspect tool before use. •Ensure depth guard is in place. •Ensure bit is sharp and at proper depth (1/8” past material). •Ensure collet is tight and 1/8” of bit shaft is showing above collet.

•Turn on tool and insert bit into work at 45° angle and then slowly straighten out. •Ensure bit does not contact wiring. •Use steady even pressure. •Let the tool do the work. •Maintain steady consistent speed. •Most materials should be cut clockwise, including cutting inside of electrical boxes or windows.

•Cut counterclockwise when cutting around the outside of boxes or vents. •Stabalize cut-out to avoid falling hazard. •Keep tool straight when removing it from material. •Allow cutter to stop turning before setting it down or handing it to someone. •Never modify the cord.

REFERENCES: •Manufacturer’s instructions. •BC OH&S Regulation.

Originally Developed by: •David Milne Aug 18 2014 Reviewed by: •JOHSC Mar 3 2015. •Carol Stade Nov 10 2014

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SJP: DRYWALL SAW (KEYHOLE) APPLICATION: Sawing holes or other penetrations in drywall, ceiling tiles, etc.

REQUIRED TRAINING: •WHMIS. •Keyhole saw SJP’s REQUIRED PPE: •Safety headgear. •Safety footwear. •Safety eyewear. •Respiratory protection.

•Hi viz and Fall protection as required.

POTENTIAL HAZARDS: •Cuts/Punctures to hands and arms. •Debris in eyes. •Exposure to silica dust.

PROCEDURES: •Inspect tool before use. •Stabilize work before attempting cut. •Ensure teeth are sharp and free from damage. •Ensure nothing is behind sheet before attempting cut. •Keep hands away from teeth when cutting. •Replace saw in tool pouch or bag when finished cut.

REFERENCES: •Manufacturer’s instructions. •BC OH&S Regulation.

Originally Developed by: •David Milne Aug 18 2014 Reviewed by: JOHSC Mar 3 2015

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SJP: DRYWALL SCREWGUN

APPLICATION: Fastening drywall with screws to wall or ceiling components.

REQUIRED TRAINING: •WHMIS. •Drywall screwgun SJP’s REQUIRED PPE: •Safety headgear. •Safety footwear. •Hearing protection. •Safety eyewear and Respiratory protection as needed. •Hi viz and Fall Protection as needed.

POTENTIAL HAZARDS: •Punctures to fingers and hands. •Electrical shock. •Overexertion.

•Overextension. •Exposure to dust including silica. •Debris in eyes. •Falling material. •Excessive noise. •Slip/trip hazards. •Repetitive strain injuries. •Musculoskeletal injuries (MSI’s). •Entanglement, (clothing, long hair). •Snags due to cord entanglement.

PROCEDURES: •Inspect tool before use. •Refer to Provincial and Municipal Building Codes for proper fastener selection and spacing. •Ensure depth is set properly (just below face without breaking paper). •Ensure trigger lock is functioning properly. •Ensure long hair is tied back. •No loose clothing.

•Ensure cord is free from potential snags. •For ceiling applications always work in pairs. •Fasten middle of sheet first and work out towards edges. •Never lower tool by cord.

REFERENCES: •Manufacturer’s instructions. •BC OH&S Regulation. •Provincial and Municipal Building Codes.



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