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EETD Environmental Health and Safety Monthly Metrics April, 2013
EETD Accidents- 4/13 TypeDateDept.DescriptionSeverityStatus Contusion to knee and shoulder 4/10/13EAEI Employee tripped on B90 4 th floor break patio First AidCompleted (1)Steps on patio painted yellow to make more visible (2)“Lesson Learned” on EETD newsletter
EETD Accidents- Severity Note: Two accidents in Nov ’12 not considered OSHA reportable, but may be compensable
Emergency Incidents- 4/13 DateIncidentAreaStatus 4/15/13Janitor was splashed with Potassium Bicarbonate when cleaning lab floor 70-269(1)Chemical bucket moved to walk-in hood and off floor. (2)Need follow-up on Facilities lab access clearance (3)Need follow-up on off- hours medical access (4)Generate “Lessons Learned” for lab-wide sharing
EETD Safety Concerns Status #DateConcernTypeStatus 13212/4/12Stop sign placed in middle of walkway near B69.PedestrianCompleted 14312/11/12Area behind B90 very dark. Needs more lightingPedestrianOpen- Facilities 2092/7/13Need to identify precautions when working alone in B90 at night OtherOpen- EHSS and DSC 2302/21/13Need waste water drainage for B75C sinkOtherOpen- Facilities 2362/26/13Outdoor stairway leading from Chamberlain to B90 blocked by trucks VehicleCompleted 2694/4/13Paddle to activate emergency shower in 70-103 gets bumped and activated. Water flood issue. OtherOpen- Plastic shield being made 2884/23/13Dispenser in B90 restroom a bump hazard to employees walking near. Needs to be moved. OtherOpen- Facilities 2904/30/13Need information readily available for after-hours medical attention OtherOpen- Health Services
Corrective Action Reports (CATS)- 4/13 CAT #DateDescriptionLeadStatus 9385-13/27/13Ensure lab areas are using secondary containment trays R. ScholtzSelf assessment finding follow-up 9385-23/27/13Ensure lab area chemical containers are properly labeled R. ScholtzSelf assessment finding follow-up 9385-33/27/13Remove “orphan” chemicals from lab areas R. ScholtzSelf assessment finding follow-up 9385-43/27/13Ensure lab areas are making visitor safety glasses available R. ScholtzSelf assessment finding follow-up
Activity Hazard Documents (AHD)- 4/13 AHDDescriptionStatusLocationPI 185Laser- Combustion and Fluid Mechanics Annual internal review and update- Completed 70-173R. Cheng 222Laser- Advanced Laser Technologies Annual internal review and update- Completed 70-157R. Russo 3542Chemical- Solvent Purification System Annual internal review and update- Completed 62-348N. Balsara 3678Chemical- Use of Br2/HBr Annual internal review and update- Completed 70-299V. Srinivasan 3764Chemical- Use of Br2/HBr Update to include Carbon Monoxide gas. Draft 70-257A. Weber
Audits and Inspection Status TypeDateLeadStatus Annual Laser Safety Inspection of 70-157 and 70-173 4/12/13Laser Safety Officer Completed. No significant issues identified. Quarterly SAA Inspections- All EETD Labs 4/29/13Safety Manager Completed. Report distributed to lab owners.
Satellite Accumulation Area (SAA) Overall Compliance
Significant Safety Achievements- 4/13 Clean-up of the Building 70 and 60/63 gas cylinder areas has been completed. Approximately 100 cylinders were returned or disposed. Approximately 500 “old chemicals” were removed from lab areas in Buildings 62 and 70. This is our third round. More to come! Quarterly SAA inspections were completed on 4/29/13. Three “Safety Alerts were issued: –Timely accident reporting –Empty gas cylinder return procedures –Lab area housekeeping An EETD-lunch seminar was held regarding lab traffic safety. An EETD Safety Committee meeting was held on 4/4/13.
Short Term Safety Outlook- 5/13 Start work on the “On the Job Training” self-assessment project. Develop EETD “New Hire Orientation” training materials. Follow-up on CATS items from the housekeeping self- assessment. Work with EHSS to develop a process for identifying and removing orphan chemicals from labs. Update a number of Activity Hazard Documents that are due for their annual renewal. Generate a “Lessons Learned” regarding the recent janitorial incident in 70-269. Assist with set-up of lab areas 51-102, 51-103, 62-102, and 62-316. Continue efforts on removal of old chemicals and cylinders.