Presentation on theme: "DSC Training January 26, 2012 Rich Belmontez EH&S Training Manager x25974."— Presentation transcript:
DSC Training January 26, 2012 Rich Belmontez EH&S Training Manager email@example.com@ucsd.edu, x25974
Fire & Life Safety Division Overview Brian Heyman, DCFM Interim Fire Marshal X43659, firstname.lastname@example.org
FLS Staff Brian Heyman, DCFM o Interim Campus Fire Marshal Michael Puckett, Deputy Fire Marshal o Plan Review Pete Olmos, Fire Inspector o Facility fire inspection
Mission The prevention of fire and panic in Campus facilities through Engineering, Enforcement and Education
Engineering Title 24 Program In reference to CA Code of Regulations encompassing State building, plumbing, mechanical, electrical and fire codes Plan and construction review o Capital Projects by Facilities Design & Construction o Renovation & Alteration projects by Facilities Management, et. al
Enforcement Title 19 Program In reference to public safety or State Fire Marshal regulations Inspections of fire protection systems in existing buildings for compliance with fire and building code o fire sprinklers o standpipes o alarms
Education Collaborate with EH&S staff and others to provide fire prevention and fire safety training to Campus community at large when requested o Hot Work & Fire Watch Training Hands-on live fire extinguisher training o Fire Extinguisher Training II eCourse on safe and effective use of portable fire extinguishers in development
Initiatives Partner with allied safety professionals & others on campus to leverage inspection resources Support of FM in removal of combustible storage & other materials from “CORE” mech, elect, plumbing spaces in laboratory buildings Paperless Title 19 fire inspection process using hand-held computers in field
Brian Heyman, DCFM Interim Campus Fire Marshal EH&S/Fire & Life Safety email@example.com (858)534-3659 Office (858)688-1381 Cell
TOPICS Brian Heyman, Campus Fire Marshal o UCSD Fire & Life Safety Programs Systems Fire extinguisher training What you can do OSHA 300 Log o Notice to Employees - Injuries Caused by Work Poster o OSHA 300 Log posters: 2011, 2010, 2009 New Emergency Guides o Department Emergency Action Plan tab o Utility Failure tab o Tsunami alert or warning tab UC Learning Center o Navigation/How to Use o Selecting your “Manager” NEW- Field Operational Planner
Department IIPP File … the following records will be kept on file in the department for at least the length of time indicated below: 1.Copies of all IIPP Safety Inspection forms. Retain 5 years. 2.Copies of all Hazard Identification forms. Retain 5 years. 3.Copies of all Accident Investigation forms. Retain 5 years. 4.Copies of all Employee training documents. Retain for duration of each individual's employment. UC Learning Center provides access to an employee's training transcript, listing courses registered for and completed via UCLC. 5.Copies of all safety postings and safety meeting agendas. Retain 5 years. 6.Copies of the Annual Accident Statistic Summaries. Retain 5 years. 7.Copies of employee exposure records, registered carcinogen records, or other required employee health and safety records. Retain 30 years or for the duration of each individual's employment if greater than 30 years. The department will ensure that these records are kept in their files, and present them to Cal/OSHA or other regulatory agency representatives if requested.
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