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ETA Environmental Health and Safety Monthly Metrics October, 2015
ETA Accidents- 10/15 Type Date Div. Description Severity Status There were no new ETA injuries reported in October
ETA Accidents- By Type
ETA Accidents- Severity
ETA Emergency Incidents- 10/15 Date Incident Area Status 10/20/15 (ESDR) Pressure reactor vessel explosion inside furnace. 70 -295 Formal LBNL investigation being conducted. ORPS submitted. Corrective action plan being developed.
ETA Ergonomic Assessments- By Month
Open ETA Ergonomic Assessments Date Requested Div. Type Status 10/26/15 ESDR Preventative Assigned 9/24/15 ESDR Discomfort Actions Pending 8/17/15 EAEI Discomfort Actions Pending 8/17/15 BTUS Discomfort Actions Pending
ETA Incomplete Training Assignments
Training % Completion Status
Incomplete Training by Course Type (Total Incomplete Assignments = 81 )
Training Assignments Due (Total = 81) Open Assignments by Division Open Assignments by Hire Date
ETA Training Assignments Due
ETA Activity Manager Status (109 Total Work Activities)
ETA “Activity Manager” Assignments ETA Total Personnel- 692
Electrical Equipment Inspection Failure Status (Red Dot) Equipment listed in the EEIP database as “failed” and requires repair prior to use.
ETA Failed Electrical Equipment Status (11/2/15) Barcode Building Room Equipment Name Responsible Person DIV 41961 70 289 Pump Destaillats, Hugo EAEI 45082 71 210 Emitters Iain Walker BTUS 39288 70 278 Power Source Maddalena, Randy EAEI 39289 70 278 AC Line Conditioner Maddalena, Randy EAEI 39304 70 278 Transistorized Power Supply Maddalena, Randy EAEI 28735 70 278 AC Power Source 400 -5 D Maddalena, Randy EAEI 38777 70 289 Blower Maddalena, Randy EAEI 2444 51 F 101 Aethalometer Singer, Brett EAEI 2892 70 173 Power Supply Therkelsen, Peter BTUS
SAA Overall Compliance Hazardous Waste Accumulation
SAA Issues by Quarter Hazardous Waste Accumulation
Cumulative SAA Issues (FY Q 1 ’ 12 – Q 1 ‘ 16)
Corrective Action Reports (CATS)- 10/15 CAT # Date Description Lead Status 9819 4/17/15 Transfer of ownership for existing radiation authorization when PI retires M. Foure/ R. Scholtz HR exit checkout sheet modified to account for change in ownership. 9881 8/31/15 Ensure all glove boxes are NRTL approved or EEIP inspected. R. Scholtz Self-assessment action item 9882 8/31/15 Ensure all glove boxes have hazard and e-power information affixed. R. Scholtz Self-assessment action item 9899 10/8/15 Proper storage of round bottom reaction flasks in 62 -308 B. Mc. Closkey Self-assessment action item 9900 10/8/15 Proper storage of solvents located under 70 -206 sink V. Battaglia Self-assessment action item ORPS 10/21/15 70 -295 pressure reactor explosion incident W. Wells/R. Scholtz/E. Cairns Formal LBNL incident investigation being performed
Audits and Inspection Status- 10/15 Type Date Lead Status Quarterly SAA Inspections 10/26/15 R. Scholtz Completed Fire Marshal Inspection- Building 51 F 10/8/15 S. Synarski Completed Lab Area Stand-down (ESDR) 11/13/15 R. Kostecki Scheduled. Check sheet being developed. Lab Area Stand-down (EAEI & BTUS) 11/20/15 A. Lekov/R. Diamond Scheduled. Check sheet being developed. DOE Lab Area NFPA 45 Walkthrough 11/16/15 DOE/BSO Lab Areas TBD
Significant Safety Achievements- 10/15 • Follow-up regarding the 70 -295 pressure reactor incident is on-going: – – – • • All ETA technical areas were searched for pressure reactors. Several found. All ETA lab areas surveyed for pressure/high temperature equipment. ETA Work Activities with high pressure hazards were reviewed and areas visited. Participated in the LBNL incident review. Safety Alert issued regarding requirements for pressure reactors. The old chemical clean-out in 70 -264 has been completed and made ready for new occupants. The 2016 Self Assessment Plan has been completed and submitted to OCA. The Chemical Spill Preparedness Self Assessment project report has been completed and submitted to OCA. All ETA work activities were migrated to their individual divisions. All ETA chemical inventories in CMS were migrated to their individual divisions. Quarterly SAA hazardous waste inspections were completed. An ETA Safety Committee meeting was held.
Short Term Safety Outlook 11/15 • Participate in the lab area stand-downs scheduled for 11/13 and 11/20. • Participate in the DOE lab area NFPA 45 walkthroughs of ETA lab areas. • Provide follow-up regarding the 70 -295 pressure reactor incident as required. Work Activity updates, training, etc. planned. • Continue to address ETA equipment on the electrical equipment “fail” list. • Complete the final 5 Work Activities pending in EHS collaboration. These are for B 33 JCESR. • Complete the set-up for new lab areas B 33 JCESR and B 60 air conditioning test chambers. • Complete CATS items identified from glove box self-assessment project. • Develop standardized spill cleanup kits for ETA lab areas.