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1 Effective planning and preparedness efforts at the facility/enterprise level US – EU Conference, 2007 Alexander TAZIK, EU – Slovak Republic Alexander TAZIK, EU – Slovak Republic workers´representative

2 Good practices of emergency preparednes on an example of a steel company United States Steel Kosice, s.r.o. Slovak Republic, EU Good practices of emergency preparednes on an example of a steel company United States Steel Kosice, s.r.o. Slovak Republic, EU

3 U.S. Steel Kosice, Slovak Republic, EU

4 U.S. Steel Kosice, Slovak Republic: from year 2000 from year 2000 approx tons of steel products per year approx tons of steel products per year approx. 13,5 thousand employees approx. 13,5 thousand employees

5 U.S. Steel Kosice, Slovak Republic: Framework for Emergency Preparedness EU Level CD 2001/792/EC (Civil Protection) CD 96/82/EC (Major-accidents) National Level (EU – Member State) National Legislation (laws, regulations) Enterprise Level Crisis Management (department)

6 USS KE Crisis Management: Director for Crisis Management Department Ecomomy Mobilization and Civil Protection Department Ecomomy Mobilization and Civil Protection Department Internal and External Monitoring Department Internal and External Monitoring Department of Accident Prevention Department of Accident Prevention

7 Ecomomy Mobilization and Civil Protection (CP) Analysis of possible dangers Analysis of possible dangers Measures to reduce hazards Measures to reduce hazards Procedures for extraordinary events Procedures for extraordinary events Crisis planning Crisis planning Organization of special CP units Organization of special CP units Recordkeeping and control of CP shelters and CP material Recordkeeping and control of CP shelters and CP material Warning via acoustic system (5 sirens) Warning via acoustic system (5 sirens) Coordination with national CP network Coordination with national CP network

8 Internal and External Monitoring Development of company emergency plan for event of industrial accident Development of company emergency plan for event of industrial accident Methodical management of emergency plans preparation on lower levels Methodical management of emergency plans preparation on lower levels Management and evaluation of drills Management and evaluation of drills Emergency scenarios for serious industrial accidents Administration of GIS (Geographical Information System for hazardous gas release) Administration of GIS (Geographical Information System for hazardous gas release)

9 Accident Prevention Recordkeeping of hazardous substances and their localization Recordkeeping of hazardous substances and their localization Evaluation of serious industrial accident occurrence hazard Evaluation of serious industrial accident occurrence hazard Development of Serious Industrial Accident Prevention Program Development of Serious Industrial Accident Prevention Program Preparation and use of Safety Report Preparation and use of Safety Report Information to i nvolved c itizens Information to i nvolved c itizens Training of head employees Training of head employees

10 Crisis Management in Practice Evaluation of hazards Internal (steel production technology) Internal (steel production technology) dangerous gas releasedangerous gas release other serious industrial accidentother serious industrial accident External External dam failuredam failure airplane crash ( near airport)airplane crash ( near airport) other possible events (terrorist attack, natural disaster )other possible events (terrorist attack, natural disaster )

11 Crisis Management in Practice Accident Commitee (AC) USS Ke (Company) AC USS Ke (Company) AC prevention and resolving emergency eventsprevention and resolving emergency events training of corps including evacuation trainingtraining of corps including evacuation training organization of rescue and liquidation work in case of accidents or natural disastersorganization of rescue and liquidation work in case of accidents or natural disasters cooperation with state authorities and local self- governmentcooperation with state authorities and local self- government authorities Division Plant AC Division Plant AC resolving emergency events of smaller (limited) extentresolving emergency events of smaller (limited) extent coordination with Company AC during events of larger extentcoordination with Company AC during events of larger extent

12 Crisis Management in Practice Division Plants Emergency Plans Emergency Plan Structure Emergency Plan Structure location of equipments and employeeslocation of equipments and employees identification of danger resaurces (selected dangerous substances)identification of danger resaurces (selected dangerous substances) emergency preparedness (system of warning, evacuation plan,rescue units and equipment)emergency preparedness (system of warning, evacuation plan,rescue units and equipment) procedures for resolving possible eventsprocedures for resolving possible events division plant accident commitee statuedivision plant accident commitee statue

13 Crisis Management in Practice Geographical Information System Possibility of hazardous gas release Possibility of hazardous gas release the most serious danger from the technologythe most serious danger from the technology External Monitoring System External Monitoring System 90 monitoring sensors for CO gas90 monitoring sensors for CO gas Internal Monitoring System Internal Monitoring System 429 monitoring sensors for gases (CO, H2, NH3, O2 and CH4), located inside the buildings and production halls429 monitoring sensors for gases (CO, H2, NH3, O2 and CH4), located inside the buildings and production halls Information System Information System actual status of entire monitoring systemactual status of entire monitoring system

14 Crisis Management in Practice Main Internal Rules and Acts Procedures for Alarm Statues Procedures for Alarm Statues activities of employees during statues (monitoring or siren system warning, dangerous substances release, air raid, flood emergency, radiation, Antrax, etc.)activities of employees during statues (monitoring or siren system warning, dangerous substances release, air raid, flood emergency, radiation, Antrax, etc.) Gas Protection Gas Protection structure, equipment, staff, trainingstructure, equipment, staff, training Safety Management System Safety Management System responsibilities, competencies, tasks in accident prevention and protection of lives, health, environment and propertyresponsibilities, competencies, tasks in accident prevention and protection of lives, health, environment and property

15 Emergency Preparedness in Practice Main First Aid Possibilities Trained employees for providing first – aid Trained employees for providing first – aid Company fire-fighting and rescue unit Company fire-fighting and rescue unit non stop service situated in factory areanon stop service situated in factory area 10 special interferance cars (including ambulance car)10 special interferance cars (including ambulance car) Immediate health care Immediate health care hospital near the factory (dist. to 3 km)hospital near the factory (dist. to 3 km)

16 More information abou U.S. Steel Košice can be found on: Thank You For Your Attention


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