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Environmental Health and Safety Committee 4-30 Health & SAFETY Update Lee Wilmot TTM Technologies February 2007.

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1 Environmental Health and Safety Committee 4-30 Health & SAFETY Update Lee Wilmot TTM Technologies February 2007

2 Health & SAFETY Update 2005 BLS Injury Rate Data Review OSHA Citations for PWB Industry Latest Inspections Regulatory Agenda Actions

3 Health & SAFETY Update BLS Injury Data While injury rates are prime focus, the BLS database contains average employment data by industry Industry Goods Producing22.788M22.656M22.897M Computer & electronic products 1.354M1.315M1.311M PWB Manufacturing 66.3K63.1K60.5K – PWA Assembly K

4 Health & SAFETY Update BLS Injury Rates

5 Health & SAFETY Update BLS Injury Data In addition to average injury rates by NAICS code, the BLS database shows injury rates by facility size IndustryPWB 2004/2005 PWA 2004/2005 All Mfg 2004/2005 Overall2.8 / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / 5.2

6 Health & SAFETY Update OSHA Citations OSHA citations SIC 3672 (Oct’05-Sept’06)  12 inspections (down from 13 & 18 in prior years)  65 citations (compares to 63 and 88 in prior yrs)  $21,625 in penalties (v $14519 and $26,464) Top standards cited ( # cites/ # inspects/ penalty)  Haz Com (1200) still #1  9 / 5 / $2400 v 11 / 6 / $2671  Lockout Tagout (147) #2 - 8 / 3 / $3300  Resp Protect (134) still #3  5 / 2 / $425 v 7 / 4 / $1350  Lead (1025) #5 (was #2)  5 / 3 / $1750 v 8 / 4 / $438

7 Health & SAFETY Update OSHA Inspections OSHA inspections and citations of PWB industry up from 2005 levels 1/1/6-12/31/6 period shows 48 inspections (46 in 05) with 144 (up from 97) violations at 39 locations (up from 25) 26 complaints, 17 planned, 3 referrals, 2 other Only 1 No Inspection/Out of Business (was 7) Many companies not recognized >> IPC members?  Altek Electronics, Empire Electronics, International Electronics, Micron Laser Technology, Minco Products, Newonics Inc, Simhof Manufacturing, Titan PCB West

8 Health & SAFETY Update OSHA Semiannual Regulatory Agenda Agenda Published 12/11/2006 Completed Rules  Assigned Protection Factors for Respirators  Updates to Electrical Standards  New Poster Requirement Final Rule Stage  Employer Payment for PPE Proposed Rule Stage  Updates to National Consensus Standards  Walking Working Surfaces & Fall Protection Prerule Stage  Hazard Communication  Ionizing Radiation  Emergency Response & Prepardness

9 Health & SAFETY Update OSHA Regulatory Completed Rules Assigned protection factors (APFs) and maximum use concentrations (MUCs) for respiratory protection standard (134) Final rule published Aug. 24, 2006 (71 FR 50122) Effective 11/22/2006 APFs from ANSI Z adopted PWB industry impacts  Revised Table (d)(3)(i)  Lead std (f)(3)(i)  Formaldehyde std 1048(g)(2) & (3)

10 Health & SAFETY Update OSHA Regulatory Completed Rules Revise & Update subpart S Electrical Stds Final Rule published February 14, FR 7135 Effective August 13, 2007 Based on 2000 edition of NFPA 70E & 2002 edition of National Electric Code Rule focuses on SAFETY in design and installation of electrical equipment Reference to 1971 NEC in powered platform standard changed

11 Health & SAFETY Update New Poster Requirement

12 Health & SAFETY Update OSHA Semiannual Regulatory Agenda Final Rule Stage Employer Payment for PPE In 1999 OSHA proposed employers pay for required PPE, with few exceptions Reopened comment period in 2004 to get input on PPE considered as “tool of the trade” Comment period ended 08/23/04 Final action projected in May 2007

13 Health & SAFETY Update OSHA Semiannual Regulatory Agenda Proposed Rule Stage Standards Update to National Consensus Standards Current standards adopted in OSHA stds reference consensus stds that are outdated or out of print Multi-year project started 24 Nov st Final Rule published 13 Sept 2005 and Was Effective 14 Nov (flam & combust liquids, arc welding & cutting, etc)

14 Health & SAFETY Update OSHA Semiannual Regulatory Agenda Proposed Rule Stage Update of Walking Working Surfaces and Fall Protection Standards Current standards do not include available technologies & procedures to protect EEs from slip, trip and fall hazards NPRM and hearing in Re-opened record in Comment period ended 7/31/2003. New NPRM projected in October 2007

15 Health & SAFETY Update OSHA Semiannual Regulatory Agenda Pre-Rule Stage Ionizing Radiation ( ) Request for Information Extended 11/28/05. Stakeholder meetings projected April Emergency Response & Preparedness Request for Information Projected May Hazard Communication Remember Globally Harmonization System (GHS) to match 2003 UN proposal by 2008 (Reg Plan Seq No. 83)

16 Health & SAFETY Update Keep in Touch with EHS Issues  Visit the Website at under “Legislative and Regulatory Affairs”  Subscribe to the EHS Update  Join Compliance Net forum Contact: Fern Abrams, IPC Director of Environmental Policy (202) , Bret Bruhn, EHS Committee Chairman (503) , Lee Wilmot, EHS Committee Vice Chairman (860) x 4702,


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