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Rig check
  • Published Date:
    November 2012
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Rig check
Details:
  • Corporate Authors:
    National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
  • Series:
    DHHS publication ; no. (NIOSH) 2011-204c
  • Description:
    Rig Check Monthly Inspection Forms: -- Emergency Response: -- 1. Emergency Response Plan -- 2. Emergency Equipment -- 3. Alarms & Shutdown -- 4. Fire Extinguishers -- 5. Eye Wash Stations -- 6. First Aid Kits -- -- Electrical Safety: -- 7. Energy Isolation -- 8. Electrical Systems -- -- Fall Protection: -- 9. Harness & Lanyard -- 10. Retractable Lifelines -- -- Stairways & Walkways: -- 11. Stairways & Landings -- 12. Handrails & Guardrails -- 13. Gratings & Walkways -- -- Lines & Slings: -- 14. Auxiliary Hoisting Lines -- 15. Static Hanging Lines -- 16. Synthetic Web Slings -- 17. Wire Rope or Cable Slings -- 18. Chain Slings -- 19. Shackles -- -- Tools: -- 20. Hand Tools -- 21. Power Tools -- -- Hoses: -- 22. Hose & Fittings -- 23. Safety Chain & Whip Check -- -- Chemical Hazards: -- 24. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) -- 25. Chemical Storage -- 26. Compressed Gas -- -- Ladders & Platforms: -- 27. Fixed Ladders -- 28. Portable Ladders -- 29. Fixed Platforms -- -- Other: -- 30. Dropped Objects -- 31. Housekeeping -- 32. Tubular Storage -- 33. Pins and Keepers -- 34. Machine Guarding -- 35. Load Path Welds

    Rig Check was developed by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) in partnership with safety experts from the oil and gas extraction industry. It is made up of 35 inspection forms. The forms are designed to be used by rig workers to document the inspection of tools and equipment commonly found on rotary and workover rigs. Each inspection form includes instructions for assessing and recording the condition of the equipment. When applicable, relevant federal regulations and industry recommended practices are included. The Rig Check inspection forms are an excellent training tool for short service employees, who may not be familiar with the tools and equipment found on oil and gas rigs. Small companies whose safety and health resources are limited may find Rig Check useful for enhancing their HSE programs. The forms can also be downloaded from the NIOSH website at: www.cdc.gov/niosh/programs/oilgas/products.html.

    NIOSHTIC No 20041816

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