Requirements for Other Written Plans

If Then you need to have Reference: WAC 296-
Chemicals are used in your workplace
  • Solvents, gases, adhesives, caulks, glues, coatings, cleaners, acids, fuels, concrete, wood dust, welding
Chemical Hazard Communication Program -800-17005
Employees enter "permit required confined spaces" - "Any space with limited ingress or access, not designed for human occupancy, that people may go into (any part of their body)." May include:
  • Stormwater or sewer systems
  • Crawl spaces
  • Tunnels/pipes
  • Storage tanks/silos/containers
Confined Space Entry Program -809-300
Construction site employees are exposed to fall hazards of more than ten feet Fall Protection Work Plan(specific to each worksite) -155-24505
The noise level is too high in order to carry on a conversation at normal voice levels Hearing Conservation Program -817-200
Employees service or maintain machinery or equipment where unexpected start-up could cause injury Lockout/Tagout Program -803-200
Employees are exposed to
  • Drywall dust
  • Dust from concrete, masonry, tile/grout
  • Paint spraying, sanding, grinding/blasting
  • Sandblasting
Powder actuated tools
Respiratory Protection Program and/orLead exposure control plan -842-120 Respirators
-155-176 Lead.
You are going to be conducting demolition work [A big thanks to Joseph McKinstry Construction for sharing a copy of their demolition plan and the engineering survey as examples.] A survey report to determine the structural integrity and possibility of unplanned collapse, plans and or methods of operation, other written items as required. -155, Part S

 

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