List the acceptable and applicable means to protect employees in priority order: engineering controls, administrative practices, and personal protective equipment. Describe all limitations that can potentially diminish protection.
The Task Rundown is a tool that is used to gather and assemble knowledge in one place about a specific task. It is helpful for supervisors and those responsible for developing Safe 6 Briefs and training. The Rundown is made up of 6 elements:
- Information – Who, What, When, Where, Why, How
- Cause – What leads to mishaps
- Effects – What can happen as a result of a mishap
- Rules – Guidance that must be followed
- Training – What training is required for employees
- Protection – Describe the needed control measures and PPE
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