OSHA Lone Worker Alarm Checklist

Utilize the OSHA Lone Worker Checklist to ensure compliance with OSHA safety standards, enhancing the safety of lone workers with alarm systems.

OSHA Lone Worker Alarm Checklist



Employee Alarm Systems

1. Is the emergency preparedness plan reviewed and revised periodically?


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Employee Awareness

1. Does each employee know how to report an emergency?


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2. Does each employee know the type and meaning of each emergency alarm or signal, with a distinctive signal for each purpose and compliance with the requirements in 29 CFR 1910.165?


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3. Do employees know evacuation routes?


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4. Are assembly areas known to all employees?


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5. Do employees know the locations of first aid/medical kits?


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6. Are employees aware of the locations of alarm pull boxes?


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Emergency Precautions

1. Are the following emergency phone numbers provided: • Local fire department • Hospitals and ambulances • Police departments • Emergency response team • Emergency agencies


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2. Is the employee alarm system recognizable and perceptible in all areas during emergency conditions?


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3. Are employee alarm systems properly maintained and tested regularly?


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