General Work Environment

     Is a documented, functioning housekeeping program in place?
     Are all worksites clean, sanitary, and orderly?
     Are work surfaces kept dry or is appropriate means taken to assure the surfaces are slip-resistant?
     Are all spilled hazardous materials or liquids, including blood and other potentially infectious materials, cleaned up immediately and according to proper procedures?
     Is combustible scrap, debris and waste stored safely and removed from the worksite properly?
     Is all regulated waste, as defined in the OSHA bloodborne pathogens standard (1910.1030), discarded according to federal, state, and local regulations?
     Are accumulations of combustible dust routinely removed from elevated surfaces including the overhead structure of buildings, etc.?
     Is combustible dust cleaned up with a vacuum system to prevent the dust from going into suspension?
     Is metallic or conductive dust prevented from entering or accumulating on or around electrical enclosures or equipment?
     Are covered metal waste cans used for oily and paint-soaked waste?

OSHA Self-Inspection Checklist