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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.
Hurricane eMatrix. This activity sheet is for workers and supervisors siting and establishing temporary housing facilities, regardless of their specific profession or trade.
Hurricane eMatrix. This activity sheet outlines the hazards to police and emergency medical services (EMS) personnel and other public officials who provide emergency response services.
Hurricane eMatrix. This activity sheet addresses the assessment and restoration of communications systems. For some operations or situations (e.g., permit-required confined space entry, trenching, heavy equipment use) other activity sheets also apply; see related activity sheets linked below.
Hurricane eMatrix. This activity sheet is for trained electrical utility workers and supervisors assessing and restoring electrical utility services.
OSHA's Hazard Exposure and Risk Assessment Matrix for Hurricane Response and Recovery Work: Sampling and Monitoring Summary - Part I: Summary of Safety and Health Intervention Information from OSHA Situation Reports
Hurricane eMatrix. This activity sheet outlines the hazards to any worker who performs search and rescue functions in the first few days after a natural disaster.
Hurricane eMatrix: The hazards outlined in this activity sheet apply to workers who are experienced in the use of chain saws and involved in trimming and removing trees using power tools and heavy equipment.
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