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Vocational Home Economics

October 2003
DHHS (NIOSH) Publication Number 2004-101
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Potentially Applicable Checklists

Program Name

Custodial, Housekeeping, and Home Services
Custodian/Caretaker
Dry cleaning and Launder/Power Sewing
Dry Cleaner and Launderer
Institutional Food Worker

Program Information

ChecklistNeed?PriorityDate GivenDate Returned
Accident Prevention Signs and TagsYes
Personal Protective EquipmentYes
Abrasive Wheel Machinery and Tools (for programs that use fixed and portable abrasive wheels)
Air Pollution Control (for programs that release any pollutants into the air)
Bakery Equipment (general for programs that use any bakery equipment)
Bakery Flour-Handling Equipment and Ovens (for programs that use bakery flour-handling equipment and ovens)
Compressed Gases (for programs that use compressed gas cylinders)
Fire Protection for Cooking Areas (for any range hoods and areas which might produce grease laden vapors)
Flammable and Combustible Liquids (for programs which use flammable and combustible liquids)
Food Preparation and Service--Part 1 (for programs that prepare or serve food for others)
Food Preparation and Service--Part 2 (for programs that prepare or serve food for others)
Food Preparation and Service--Part 3 (for programs that prepare or serve food for others)
Food Preparation and Service--Part 4 (for programs that prepare or serve food for others)
Food Preparation and Service--Part 5 (for programs that prepare or serve food for others)
Hazardous Waste (for programs that might generate hazardous waste)
Machines--General Requirements (for any machinery and tools, including fans)
Mechanical Power-Transmission Apparatus (for programs with fixed power-driven machinery)
Portable Hand and Power Tools (for programs that use hand and power tools)
Respiratory Protection (for programs that use respirators to protect against inhaling harmful atmospheres)
Toxic and Hazardous Substance Exposure (for programs where there may be excessive airborne exposure)

 
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