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ETA Environmental Health and Safety Monthly Metrics May, 2017
ETA Accidents- 5/17 Type Date Div. Description Severity Status No ETA accidents reported in May
ETA Accidents- By Type
ETA Accidents- Severity
ETA Emergency Incidents- 5/17 Date Incident Area Status 5/2/17 Flooding from ruptured cooling pipe B 90 Third Floor Facilities responded and stopped the leak. Clean-up involved drying out the 2 nd and 3 rd floors over several days. 5/10/17 Power outage B 62 and Power outage due to system. B 70 wide surge. B 62 had no backup power and was not released for several hours.
ETA Ergonomic Assessments- By Month
Open ETA Ergonomic Assessments Date Requested Div. Type Status 5/31/17 ETA Discomfort Actions Pending 5/31/17 ESDR Preventative Assigned 5/30/17 ESDR Telecommute Actions Pending 5/30/17 BTUS Telecommute In Progress 5/16/17 BTUS Discomfort Actions Pending 4/14/17 EAEI Discomfort Actions Pending 3/28/17 CYRD Discomfort. Recordable Actions Pending
ETA Incomplete Training Assignments *Does not include SEC 0203 “External Notification”
% Training Completion Status
Incomplete Training by Course Type (Total Incomplete Assignments = 83)
Training Assignments Due (Total = 83) Open Assignments by Division Open Assignments by Hire Date
ETA Training Assignments Due
Pending ETA Work Activities
ETA Work Activity Summary (Active)
ETA Activity Manager Assignments ETA Total Personnel- 814
Electrical Equipment Inspection Failure Status (Red Tag) Equipment listed in the EEIP database as “failed” and requires repair prior to use.
ETA Failed “Red Tag” Electrical Equipment Status (6/1/17) Barcode 27073 Building Room 70 157 (Hallway) Equipment Name Single Axis Monitor 301 -DIV Responsible Person V. Zormpa DIV ESDR 27079 70 215 (Hallway) Electrostatic Classifier T. Kirchstetter EAEI 13403 64 115 J. Slack BTUS 27222 977 271 Range Hood Metering Power Distribution Chasis Heat Press Z. Sun CY
Electrical Equipment “Conditionally Accepted” Status (Yellow Tag) Equipment listed in the EEIP database as “Conditionally Accepted” and requires repair within 120 days.
ETA “Conditionally Accepted” Electrical Equipment Summary (6/1/17) Bar Code Bldg. Room Equipment Responsible Div Status 48471 71 101 Power Meter (LBNL Made) J. Slack EAEI 664 days 51846 977 274 8 Channel Battery Analyzer (New) Z. Sun CYRD 304 days 51979 977 274 BTS 4000 Battery Analyzer Z. Sun CYRD 220 days 51981 977 274 Vacuum Drying Oven Z. Sun CYRD 220 days 27052 70 215 (Hallway) CAPS NO 2 Monitor T. Kirchstetter EAEI 162 days 27053 70 215 (Hallway) CAPS PMEX Monitor T. Kirchstetter EAEI 162 days 27075 70 157 (Hallway) Illuminating Power Supply V. Zormpa ESDR 162 days 48471 90 0014 Controller J. Jonsson BTUS 22 days
Corrective Action Reports (CATS)- 5/17 CATS # Date Description Lead Status 10094 3/13/17 Ensure all 16 non-NRTL ovens/furnaces are inspected and receive “green dot” R. Scholtz Self-assessment item. Scheduling inspections. 10095 3/13/17 Ensure all ovens/furnaces have adequate seismic restraint. R. Scholtz Self-assessment item. Seismic restraint straps on order. 10096 3/13/17 Develop a system for placing defective equipment out of service. Communicate process to ETA personnel. R. Scholtz Completed 10112 4/24/17 Ensure that proper “cord and plug” electrical control is maintained when accessing inside fuel cell testers to modify gas plumbing. A. Weber Completed 101115 5/5/17 Ensure all pressure reactor equipment is in good condition. Dispose of damaged pressure foils. G. Chen Completed
Audits and Inspection Status- 5/17 Type Date Lead Status Quarterly SAA Inspection July, 2017 R. Scholtz Scheduling EHS Division Walkthroughs of ETA Areas April-June, 2017 H. Madison Areas 62 -342, 62 -316, 62350, 70 -218, 70 -295, 70 -297, 70 -299, 70 -217, 70 -221, 70223, 70 -275, 70 -269, 70 -226, 70 -291 were visited in May
Significant Safety Achievements- 5/17 • • A total of 18 Work Activities were successfully renewed during May. Many involved EHS collaboration and lab visits. Another 6 are pending release by EHS. New Work Activities Developed in May include: – – • • • CY-0018 - Electron Beam Heater (Schwede) ED-0028 and ED-0029 - Use of Bruker XRF (Weber) ED-0030 - Hydrofluoric Acid Use (Tong) ED-0031 - Accelerated Aging of Solar Cell (Liu) Telecommuter ergonomic evaluations have started. Instructions were sent out to affected workers. We are collecting home office photos. ESDR conducted their first Safety Committee meeting. A number of action items were identified for the committee to work on. I participated on a Effectiveness Review Team for the LBNL Electrical Safety Improvement Plan (ESIP). Several dozen interviews were conducted. Approximately 20 non-returnable gas cylinders were sent out for disposal. A “defective equipment” safety alert was distributed to affected personnel. An inventory of Parr pressure reactors in ESDR was compiled. Equipment was inspected and storage locations identified.
Short Term Safety Outlook 6/17 • • Eight more Level 2 and Level 3 Work Activities are due for biannual/annual renewal in June. Complete the telecommuter ergonomic assessments. There are 50 ETA workers that need to be evaluated. Continue participation on the Hazardous Waste Requisition improvement team. Assist with the new glove box installation in 70 -226. Coordinate EEIP electrical equipment inspections of non-NRTL ovens in B 62 and B 70. Coordinate seismic restraints of ovens in ETA lab areas. Continue with EHS walkthroughs of ETA lab spaces. Assist Cyclotron Road Cohort 3 researchers with start-up of their projects. This includes set-up of new lab areas in B 62.