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EETD Environmental Health and Safety Monthly Metrics June, 2013
EETD Accidents- 5/13 TypeDateDept.DescriptionSeverityStatus No accidents reported in May
EETD Accidents- By Type
EETD Accidents- Severity Note: Two accidents in Nov ’12 not considered OSHA reportable, but may be compensable
Emergency Incidents- 5/13 DateIncidentAreaStatus No incidents reported in May
Ergonomic Assessments- By Month
Open EETD Ergonomic Assessments Date Requested Dept.TypeStatus 5/28/13EAEIMoveIn Progress 5/21/13EAEIDiscomfortIn Progress 10/29/12BTUSDiscomfortActions Pending
EETD Job Hazard Analysis- Incomplete
Job Hazard Analysis- % Completion
EETD Incomplete Training Assignments * Does not include SEC0203 “External Monitoring” Notice
Training % Completion Status
Incomplete Training by Course Type (Total Incomplete Assignments = 59)
Incomplete Training Assignments (Total = 59) Open Assignments by Dept.Open Assignments by Hire Date
EETD Incomplete Training Assignments
Safety Concerns Submittals- EETD
EETD Safety Concerns Status #DateConcernTypeStatus 61212/11/12Area behind B90 very dark. Needs more lightingPedestrianCompleted- Light installed 6/3/ /7/13Need to identify precautions when working alone in B90 at night OtherOpen- Draft document developed 6254/4/13Paddle to activate emergency shower in gets bumped and activated. Water flood issue. OtherCompleted- Plastic shield installed 6334/23/13Dispenser in B90 restroom a bump hazard to employees walking near. Needs to be moved. OtherOpen- Facilities 6344/25/13Floor in cafeteria just outside swinging door a trip hazardBuildingOpen- Facilities WGZ /30/13Need information readily available for after-hours medical attention OtherOpen- Health Services 6385/2/13Water spills in hallway from B90 second floor water cooler use EnvironmentOpen- need to move or reorient cooler 6405/3/13Visitors are given tours of EETD lab area and not given clear safety instructions prior to entering labs EnvironmentCompleted- Training materials developed 6525/23/13Stairway leading up from B55 to B90 has cracked supportsBuildingOpen- Facilities WHB /23/13Gate signs at Blackberry gate confusing. Arrows to guard stations confusing. SignageCompleted
Corrective Action Reports (CATS)- 5/13 CAT #DateDescriptionLeadStatus /27/13Ensure lab areas are using secondary containment trays R. ScholtzLab supply list being generated. Spare trays being provided /27/13Ensure lab area chemical containers are properly labeled R. ScholtzMonitoring labs to determine problem areas /27/13Remove “orphan” chemicals from lab areas R. ScholtzWorking in , , and /27/13Ensure lab areas are making visitor safety glasses available R. ScholtzLab supply list being generated. Monitoring to determine problem areas.
Activity Hazard Documents (AHD)- 5/13 AHDDescriptionStatusLocationPI 222Laser- Advanced Laser Technologies Three-year EHSS review- Draft R. Russo 3764Chemical- Use of Br2/HBr Update to include Carbon Monoxide gas- Signatures A.Weber 2035Chemical- LithiumAnnual update and renewal- Signatures J. Kerr 3444Chemical- Lithium and Reactive Metals Annual update and renewal- Signatures G. Liu 3797Chemical- LithiumAnnual Update and renewal- Signatures V. Srinivasan
Audits and Inspection Status- 5/13 TypeDateLeadStatus No inspections performed in May SAA quarterly inspection July, 2013ScholtzNot scheduled yet
Significant Safety Achievements- 5/13 Draft “EETD New Hire Safety Orientation” training slides and supervisor checklist were completed. EETD lab visitor safety orientation training slides were completed. A checklist for tour guides was also generated. Disposal of old samples/chemicals from labs , , , and has started. –The old flammable gas cylinders formerly in use behind B70 were disconnected and removed. –Approximately 100 containers were identified in the hood. An assessment of EETD lab area phone availability for use in emergencies was conducted. Results will be communicated. EETD has achieved an all-time low of only 59 pending training assignments at the end of May. Efforts will continue!
Short Term Safety Outlook- 6/13 Complete the “On the Job Training” self-assessment project with ESDR lab area PI’s. Deploy the EETD “New Hire Orientation” training materials to new employees and their supervisors. Complete the CATS items from the housekeeping self- assessment. Continue the lab cleanup efforts. A number of samples, old chemicals, and glassware have been identified for disposal. An EETD Safety Committee meeting will be held 6/6/13. Implement a new electronic lab inspection form for easier monthly lab area inspection documentation. Generate a “Lessons Learned” regarding the recent janitorial incident in Participate in the LBNL emergency preparedness fair.