The scope of use of the tool cabinet

Update:11 Aug 2020

In order to enable the reasonable and effective use of […]

In order to enable the reasonable and effective use of the workstation equipment, the tool cabinet shall include the use and management of the workstation equipment in the inspection scope when performing process discipline inspections on the workshop of the production unit, and the responsible unit shall be assessed. Specifically, the following items can be checked:

Whether there is dust, oil, garbage, etc. on the tool cabinet;

Whether the specific parts stored on the tool cabinet are consistent with the work station appliances;

Whether there is any damage to the work station equipment on site, whether report repair or update in time;

Whether the number of parts stored in the tool cabinet is consistent with the number of parts stored in the design of the station appliance;

Whether the parts stored on the tool cabinet are stored according to the storage requirements;

Whether the free workstation tools in the tool cabinet are placed in the designated area and whether they are littered.

Tool cabinets, as we all know, are used to store various tools and knives. In the power system, a large number of insulated tools are used during work, which requires the tool cabinet to be kept dry. Because, when the tool cabinet gets damp, it is easy to let the insulated tools stored in the tool cabinet get damp.

Therefore, the staff should check the tool cabinet regularly. Because of the weather or when cleaning the tool cabinet, there will be residual moisture on the tool cabinet. This is why you must not put the tools on the tool cabinet. You must first dry the tool cabinet and make sure it is dry. Put away the insulating tools. In damp weather, also check the damp condition of the tool cabinet. If it is damp, take the tool out and wipe it dry. Keep it dry before use, which will reduce the probability of injury for the staff.