OSHA Power and Hand Tools: Liquid Fuel Tools Hazard Checklist Mobile App
The OSHA Power and Hand Tools: Liquid Fuel Tools mobile app was designed to ensure that safe work practices are in place when using power tools at a job site.
How does it work?
The electronic safety checklist helps identify and assess potential health and safety hazards associated with using fuel-powered tools, including locating tripping hazards, taking steps for fire prevention and other OSHA requirements. Check for risks of electrical shock, ground fault location, personal protective equipment and more, all from your smartphone or tablet.
Looking for an easier way to manage power tools hazard safety at your job site? The OSHA safety checklist for tools that use gas as their power source helps protect the health and safety of workers. Fuel-powered tools are usually operated with gasoline. The most serious hazard associated with the use of fuel-powered tools comes from fuel vapors that can burn or explode and also give off dangerous exhaust fumes. With the OSHA safety app for power tools safety, you can help reduce potential hazards by implementing certain changes as part of your worksite safety policy. This helps reduce the risk of bodily injury on the job site and helps identify when additional safety measures need to be implemented.