Nail Gun Safety Training
Use approved safety glasses
Wear proper work boots/shoes and clothing
Respect a nail gun as though it were a fire arm
Inspect equipment for possible damage or failure daily (nail gun, compressor, hoses)
Lock or block wheels of air compressor when in use
Disconnect gun from air supply when not in use
Only trained employees allowed to operate nail gun
If equipment damaged, red tag and report to supervisor
Do not operate a nail gun if fatigued or under the influence or drugs or alcohol
Check safety devices on nail gun and compressor regularly
Use fall protection when working on roof with pitch of 4:12 or greater
When working on a roof, secure hose at roof line when pitch is 3:12 or greater
Trip hazards are a leading cause of job site injuries, be careful when using a nail gun
Follow Code of Safe Practices established by the company
What protective equipment is required when operating a nail gun?
Who is authorized to use a nail gun
If you find a loose connector on an air hose, what do you do?
At what roof pitch is fall protection required?
What is a leading cause of on the job injuries?
Instructor name: ___________________________________ Date: _______________
Note: This material represents additional resource information for periodic site inspections and employee safety training. It is not intended to meet all mandated compliance issues.
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