Pre Startup Safety Review Pssr Checklist

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Pre-Startup Safety Review(PSSR) Checklist

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1. Enter the details of Equipment/Facility


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2. PSSR Team Members


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Lockout/Tagout

1. Is the machine capable of being locked out?


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2. Has the equipment specific lockout/tag out procedure been developed?


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3. Are there any special lockout devices needed?


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4. Have sanitation, production, and maintenance employees been properly trained on the lockout procedures?


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Mechanical Hazards

1. Are equipment disconnects and operating controls labelled?


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2. Are the start and stop controls within easy reach of the operator?


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3. Is there plant maintenance for the equipment?


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4. Can the machine be oiled without removing the safeguards?


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5. Is there more than one operator?


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6. Are Emergency Stops working and accessible to the operator?


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Machine Guarding

1. Have all pinch points and points of operation been properly guarded?


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2. Have all chains and sprockets been properly guarded?


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3. Are there any exposed set screws, key ways, collars, etc?


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4. Have all pulleys and belts been properly guarded?


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5. Have augers (if present) been properly guarded?


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6. Are all machine guards securely attached?


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7. Are interlocks prohibited from being bypassed if applicable?


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8. Test all interlocks to ensure functioning properly if applicable?


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9. For saw blades, is only the length necessary to cut product exposed?


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10. Are all shafts ends covered with a non-rotating cap or cut down to a length of less than 1/2 the diameter of the shaft?


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Electrical

1. Is the machine wired according to code? (National Electric Code, National Fire Protection Association)


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2. Is the machine grounded?


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3. Is the power supply correctly fused and protected?


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4. Will additions or modifications require an Arc Flash analysis?


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5. Are all electrical connections secured, cords only the length necessary, conduit only used where required (no cords running through walls, under doors, etc)?


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6. Is there any temporary equipment S/O cord (allowed for only 90 days) if any follow up required?


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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

1. Has PPE Hazard Analysis been conducted for new jobs?


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2. Is required PPE available and issued to operators?


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3. Have operators been properly trained in the use and care of required PPE?


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Noise

1. Have appropriate measures been taken to safeguard workers against noise hazards?


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2. Has an area survey been conducted?


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3. If noise is above 85 dB, has noise reduction measures been considered?


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Evacuation/Egress

1. Have existing means of egress been obstructed or changed (at least 28")?


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2. Have exit routes been rerouted if necessary?


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3. Have employees been trained in new exit routes?


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4. Has the emergency evacuation drawing been updated?


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5. Is head room at least 7 feet high with no overhead obstructions below 6'8"?


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6. Have all emergency exits been designated by appropriate signage/lighting?


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7. Are new sprinkler systems operational and tested?


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8. Fire Extinguisher accessible and adequately marked?


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Ventilation

1. Does the new equipment generate hazardous vapours/gasses/fumes which will require additional ventilation?


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Ergonomics

1. Has an ergonomic audit (ergonomic job measurement system, ergonomic assessment) been conducted of the new/modified equipment?


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2. Have identified ergonomic hazards been corrected?


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Confined Spaces & Hazardous Locations

1. Has the new equipment created a hazardous location?


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2. Permit required for confined spaces.


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3. Are all hatches and other means of entry labelled as confined spaces?


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Fall Protection

1. The new equipment will not create a situation in which employees must work more than 4' above the floor and outside of a standard guard rail?


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2. Has appropriate fall protection equipment been provided to employees?


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3. Have employees been trained in the use of required fall protection equipment?


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4. No slip/trip/fall hazards created?


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Hazard Communication

1. The new equipment has not introduced any new hazardous chemicals into the facility.


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2. Have employees been trained in the hazards and protective measures for the new chemical?


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Training

1. Does the new/modified equipment require additional process training?


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Food Safety

1. Is the new equipment designed and manufactured to be easily cleaned?


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2. Is there a standard operating procedure in place to break down the equipment for cleaning?


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3. Has USDA been notified of the addition and the start-up of the equipment?


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4. Has the cleaning contractor been notified of the addition and the start-up date of the equipment?


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Air Permits

1. Has equipment received the necessary air permits?


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2. Has the regulatory agency been notified of start up?


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3. Has a standard operating procedure been modified or created to control the equipment per regulations?


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4. Has an updated standard operating procedure been submitted to regulators for approval?


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5. Does the facility have spare/redundant critical equipment to keep equipment running within compliance standards?


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Wastewater Compliance

1. Has the equipment received the necessary wastewater permits and/or notifications?


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2. Has a standard operating procedure been modified/created to control the equipment to not impact wastewater?


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3. Is wastewater treatment operations prepared to handle the impact of this process change?


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SPCC/Storm Water

1. Are secondary containment and/or storm water controls in place?


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2. Has the SPCC plan been updated, including site maps?


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3. Has a "best management practice" been created for this potential pollution source?


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Waste/Chemical Notification /Utilities

1. Are the procedures in place to handle the waste (hazardous or non-hazardous) from the process change?


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2. Has notification to regulators occurred to address legal requirements?


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3. Are appropriate back flow connections installed to prevent contamination of potable water?


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4. Are the appropriate mechanical and procedural systems installed to minimize energy/water usage?


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