USS Missouri Volunteer Information, Indctrination, and safety brief
Welcome! The USS Missouri Memorial Association would like to thank you for your service to the ship. Your presence indicates that you are willing to help in the restoration and preservation of this historic ship. As a volunteer, you are an important element in the daily activites of the Battleship Missouri and we have certain safety guidelines that you must adhere to. Please fill out the information form, read the Do and Do not section, and sign the forms. Mahalo!
Group name/ Directorate/ Branch
Date (of volunteer service)
Age and Parent/guardian name if under 18
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State / Province
Postal / Zip Code
Emergency contact name and phone number
DO: 1. Have fun and enjoy yourself! 2. Remember, the Battleship Missouri is a memorial and volunteers are expected to act appropriately and help positively represent the ship. 3. Check in at the volunteer office with volunteer staff anytime you are on the property to volunteer. 4. Wear a volunteer badge at all times; return it when you are finished for the day. 5. participate in a brief of the hazards associated with the tasks you are assigned to. 6. Familiarize yourself with the location of the eyewash, first aid kit, and fire extinguisher closest to your work area. 7. Observe and comply with all work area or ship signage at all times. 8. Close hatches and doors behind you and secure lanyards and barriers after you go through them. 9. Wear shirts with sleeves, long pants, and close toe shoes. It is recommended to wear steel toe safety shoes, but not required. 10. Wear safety glasses that meet ANSI Z87.1 when appropriate on the worksite. Prescription glasses must also be ANSI Z87 rated with safety side shields if worn without ANSI Z87.1 outer wear. 11. Use hands and power tools that are in proper working condition and have properly working guards as required by the manufacturer. If the tools do not meet the manufactures standards, remove from the worksite immediately and return them to the volunteer staff. 12. Face the ladder when climbing up or down and while working portable ladders. Extension ladders must extend at least three feet above the platform or landing they provide access to. Stepladders shall be used in the fully open position. The top or top step of a stepladder shall not be used as a step. Materials that could cause the user to lose their balance or fall shall not be hand carried up a ladder. Ladders can support up to 300 pounds maximum. 13. Stay hydrated and drink lots of water. 14. Take breaks in the volunteer tent as needed. 15. Maintain proper housekeeping in your work area. Put tools and gear away in the volunteer tool room and take bagged trash to the dumpster on the pier. 16. Report safety hazards, and all accidents and injuries to the volunteer staff and safety director immediately. *Please initial below after reading the DO section.
DO NOT: 1. Venture into any unauthorized areas unless cleared by staff. 2. Play with any tools, equipment or impede visitors from passing by. 3. Work in areas where using personal fall arrest systems are required. 4. Run on the ship or pier. No horseplay. 5. Eat or drink anything while on the ship. All food and drink shall be consumed in the volunteer tent, with the exception of water. 6. Remove ship artifacts or tools. 7. Use power tools that have frayed, broken, or damaged cords. An approved GFCI patch cord or GFCI protected branch circuit shall be used at all times for power operations. Cords must be 12 AWG or better and be rated for hard or extra hard usage. All Cords must be protected against pinching and cutting. Remove damaged cords from the worksite immediately and return them to the volunteer staff. *Please initial that you have read the do not section.
NOTE: 1. Tools, PPE, coveralls, and supplies are provided by the USS Missouri Memorial Association. 2. The Battleship Missouri Memorial allows only individuals ages 16 and older to volunteer, unless accompanied by an adult. 3. The nearest hospitals: Pali Momi, Navy Branch Medical Clinic, JBPHH, or Tripler AMC. 4. The emergency evacuation/ muster area is the USS Oklahoma Memorial "tree". *Please initial that you have read the Note section.
" I agree to follow the above listed rules as required by the company policy, OSHA regulations, state laws, and other governing bodies named in this contract. I also agree to follow any additional policies, procedures, along with any written or verbal instructions that might become effective in the future to protect myself and others on this site."
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