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This module consists of powerpoint presentation which explains the safety requirements and the STOP observation program for E Light Electric. Click on the icon of the computer below, read the material and take notes. When are done return to this page and complete the test below.
Answer each question to the best of your ability. Select the best answer for the questions and left click the circle in front of the answer you chose. To change your answer simply left click on the circle in front of the new answer. Fill out all the requested information and then double check your answers. Click the submit button when you are finished. You will receive an response within 3 business days.
Ted "Smitty" Smith
1. The _________________________________ for a project is responsible for developing installation plans.
2. An installation plan should be given to every crew for every thing they will be asked to do each day. True or False
3. An installation plan is not necessary if the work being done is repetitive and the people on the crew have done the work before. True or False
4. A JHA is not required if tasks are repetitive or if the crew is doing the same work on a day that they did the day before. True of Falsu_____________.
5. A JHA should be completed using _________________.
6. Tasks usually consist of multiple ________________ and the hazards of each _______________ should be analyzed and planned for by the supervisor.
7. A safety inspections is required to be done by a supervisor on the site at least once each ________ and the primary superintendent on a project should complete this inspection personnally at least once each ___________. ______________.
8. The morning safety briefing is only needed when ________________.
9.The morning safety briefiing is supposed to held with the entier crew at one time and you are supposed to brief the crew on safety issues that are occurring on the site at the time. True or False
10. Crews only need challenge office personnel that come onto the site. True or False
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Copyright Ted "Smitty" Smith Sr. 2001
Safety Requirements for Supervisors
361 Inverness Drive South, Suite B, Englewood, CO 80112
11. Who is required to complete a daily supervisors report each day?
12. Stretch and Flex is only required on projects with 20 personnel or more.
13. Which of the following statements is most correct concerning stretch and flex.
14. A morning briefing should be held after stretch and flex. The crew should break up into teams and crews according to tasks and the leader of each team should read the installation plan and the JHA for the days work while the crew members fill out thier pre task cards. True or False___________.
15. Which of the following are more than just a corporate policy but they are also OSHA requirements. _________________.
16. Installation plans and JHAs are to be completed using iAuditor and the completed reports are to be emailed to at least the project engineer or __________________ so that they can be saved on the construction drive under the project file.
17. The daily supervisors report is to be done by the supervisor personally so that it is ___________, accurate and does not have to be done later. We have it done on iAuduitor so that it can be done as the day progresses and we dont have to wait and rely on memory to enter the information and it is always in the words of the supervisor. ______________.
18. STOP observation reports should be done at least ________________ per month and all the mangerment and supervision should rotate doing the observations. ______________.
19.It is important to give the crew your observations after conducting a STOP observation but you dont need to get thier opinions.
20. THe primary idea behind the STOP observation program is