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  1. Line of fire 10 commandments Roofing All Photo’s Were Staged in a Safe Manner

  2. Roofing line of fire 10 commandments I. Never put your body or body parts in the path of a moving object. II. Never position yourself under a suspended load. III. Use the proper tools to keep your hands and body out of the line of fire. IV. Never use Personal Protective Equipment as your only protection from line of fire hazards. V. Never anticipate that you can move your hands or body out of the line of fire in a timely manner. VI. Ensure the task you are performing is not putting a co-worker in the line of fire. VII. Consider the line of fire hazards from tools that may slip or fall. VIII. Always identify, eliminate or control line of fire hazards that may be created by a co-worker. IX. Know and stay clear of line of fire hazards created by other work being performed in your area. X. Never place yourself in the path of any potential release of stored energy.

  3. Roofing line of fire 10 commandments I. Never put your body or body parts in the path of a moving object. • Always point out potential LOF hazards before using machinery or hand tools.

  4. Roofing line of fire 10 commandments II. Never position yourself under a suspended load. • Stand clear of loads/material being lifted, roped or passed up or down. • Barricading the area is one of the best ways to communicate with other workers in the area.

  5. Roofing line of fire 10 commandments III. Use the proper tools to keep your hands and body out of the line of fire. • Never place your fingers between pinch points. • Always use a tool for positioning, not your fingers!

  6. Roofing line of fire 10 commandments IV. Never use Personal Protective Equipment as the only protection from line of fire hazards. • PPE should be used as the last line of defense against a hazard. Make every attempt to eliminate the hazard where possible. ***See how the employee is using the metal ruler as a guide instead of his hand. ***

  7. Roofing line of fire 10 commandments V. Never anticipate that you can move your hands or body out of the line of fire in a timely manner. • Keep your body and hands clear of line of fire hazards. • You’re not as fast as you think!

  8. Roofing line of fire 10 commandments VI. Ensure the task you are performing is not putting a co-worker in the line of fire. • Be aware of your surroundings and the location of your coworkers.

  9. Roofing line of fire 10 commandments VII. Consider the line of fire hazards from tools that may slip or fall. • Stand clear and be aware of tools that could slip from task being performed. • Always consider the “What If” worse-case scenerio.

  10. Roofing line of fire 10 commandments VIII. Always identify, eliminate or control line of fire hazards that may be created by a co-worker. • Be aware of what your coworkers are doing and identify possible line of fire hazards.

  11. Roofing line of fire 10 commandments IX. Know and stay clear of line of fire hazards created by other work being performed in your area. • Be aware and communicate with others who may be working in the area.

  12. Roofing line of fire 10 commandments X. Never place yourself in the path of any potential release of stored energy. • Always ensure co-workers are not in the path of a potential release of stored energy

  13. TOCAS line of fire sub-team Many thanks to the 2011 TOCAS Line of Fire Sub-Team members for their contributions: • Alan Olivas (Kelly Services – Sub-Team Leader) • Mike Scarborough (Miken Specialties– Team Sponsor) • Jay Tracy (The Dow Chemical Company) • Jacob Ermel (The Dow Chemical Company) • KendelKandler (ICS) • Sharon Todd (Skyline) • Keith Green (Miken Specialties) • Dave Turner (RSC Rental) • James Anderson (UEI) • Tony Lewis (UEI) • Zack Raasch (Brevard) • Paul Slovarp (D-Electric)