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Electric Power eTool: Overhead Line Work - Line-Clearance Tree Trimming Operations
Electric Power eTool: Overhead Lines - Use of Aerial Lifts
Hurricane eMatrix. This document is intended as a quick reference for employers and workers who work in roof inspection, tarping, repair, and replacement.
Hurricane eMatrix. This activity sheet is for aerial lift operators and supervisors. It should be used in conjunction with the activity sheet for the particular activity in which an aerial lift will be used (building assessment, utility restoration). Additionally, operators of aerial lifts should refer to the other activity sheets that may apply (e.g., Work Zone Safety and Traffic Control within a Work Area); see related activity sheets below.
Scaffolding eTool | Frequently Asked Questions
Electric Power eTool: Energized vs. Deenergized Work - Live Line/Bare Hand Work and Tools
Electric Power eTool: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - Donning and Doffing PPE
Ergonomics eTool: Solutions for Electrical Contractors - Materials Handling: Heavy Lifting
Hurricane eMatrix. This activity sheet outlines hazards that apply to inspectors, engineers/hydrologists, mechanics, and construction workers involved in floodwater removal in communities and repairing levees.
OSHA's Hazard Exposure and Risk Assessment Matrix for Hurricane Response and Recovery Work: Crane Use
Hurricane eMatrix: The hazards outlined in this activity sheet apply to debris collection and removal crews operating dredging, lifting, separating, sweeping, and hauling equipment.
Hurricane eMatrix: This activity sheet is for those workers conducting debris reduction, recycling, and disposal efforts, those who work in areas where this activity is occurring, and those who supervise these activities.
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