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2410 Appendix T1 Hazard Issues List

 

 

1.0       Purpose

 

Jefferson Lab has identified the following hazard issues relevant to current operations.  This appendix has been developed to assist individuals plan their work to comply with safety and health requirements established within “DOE O 420.2C, Safety of Accelerator Facilities;” 10 CFR 851 Worker Safety and Health Program; ” Public Law 91-596, Section 5 Duties Clause; 10CFR835 Occupational Radiation Protection; and “DOE O 231.1A Chg 1, Environment, Safety and Health Reporting”.

 

2.0       Scope

 

This list identifies current hazard issues; the appropriate Subject Matter Expert (SME); documents used to communicate procedure(s) that comply with applicable laws, regulations, DOE Orders, Directives, Contract Clauses, and other references.  Hazards that are not listed and pose an unmitigated Risk Code of > 2 are brought to the attention of the appropriate Division Safety Officer and reviewed in accordance with ES&H Manual Chapter 2410 Appendix T2 Hazard Issues Update Procedure.

 

Hazard Issue

Subject Matter Expert

ES&H Manual

Chapters / Appendices / Supplements

Laws / Regulations

DOE Orders*/ Directives / Contract Clauses

References

FIRE PROTECTION

Overall program complies with requirements of:

·    10 CFR 851 Worker Safety and Health Program – Appendix A – Section 2. Fire Protection

·    DOE Order 420.1B Facility Safety

Excess Combustible Material Accumulation (aka Combustible Loading)

Primary:

Tim Minga, x7310

 

Alternate:

Dave Kausch, x7674

·    Fire Protection Supplement – Chapter 11: Combustible Loading

·     29 CFR 1910.38 – Emergency Action Plan 

·     29 CFR 1910.39 – Fire Prevention Plans

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart L – Fire Protection 

·        DOE O 420.1C Facility Safety, Chapter II. FIRE PROTECTION; paragraph3.d.(1)(g)

·     Uniform Statewide Building Code

·     Virginia Emergency Management Operations Plan, Annex I-U to Volume I 

·     National Fire Protection Association - National Fire Codes (NFPA standards list)

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE

Overall program complies with requirements of:

·    10 CFR 851 Worker Safety and Health Program – Appendix A – Section 6. Industrial Hygiene

Chemicals including:

·    Acids and bases 

·    Solvents 

·    Toxic agents 

·    Reactions

·    Exposures exceeding Personal Exposure Limits

·    Carcinogens

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

 

Alternate:

(acids and bases)

Brett Lewis, x6254

·    Chapter 6610 Chemical Hygiene Program and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.120 – Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response

·     29 CFR 1910.151 – Medical and First Aid

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances

·     40 CFR 302 – Designation, Reportable Quantities & Notification

·     40 CFR 355 – Emergency Planning and Notification

·     American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) Threshold Limit Value (TLV), current edition 

·     ANSI Standard A 13.1- 1996, Scheme for the Identification of Piping Systems, with 1998 change, or current edition, applicable for: 1) new piping installation and 2) when poor labeling constitutes a safety hazard

·     ANSI 110 Method of Testing Laboratory Fume Hoods

·     NFPA 45 Laboratory Ventilation

Hazardous Material:

·    Spills and releases

·    Storage

·    Handling

·    Disposal

·    Transport

o  Off-site shipment

o  On-site transfer

 

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Brett Lewis, x6254

 

 

For Transport:

Property Manager

 

Rusty Sprouse, x7589

 

 

For Radioactive Items:

Radiation Control

 

Vashek Vylet, x7551

 

Alternate:

Keith Welch, x7212

 

·    Chapter 6610 Chemical Hygiene Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6150 Compressed, Liquefied, and Solidified Gas Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6800 Occupational Medicine

·    Chapter 6800 Appendix T4 Regulated Medical Waste Management

·     9 VAC 20-60 Hazardous Waste Management Regulations. Commonwealth of Virginia

·     9 VAC 20-120 Virginia Regulated Medical Waste Management Regulations

·     10 CFR 71 – Packaging and Transport of Radioactive Material

·     29 CFR 1910.120 –Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response

·     29 CFR 1910.176 – Handling Materials – General

·     40 CFR 112 – Oil Pollution Prevention

·     40 CFR 116 – Designation of Hazardous Substances

·     40 CFR 117 – Determination of Reportable Quantities for Hazardous Substances

·     40 CFR Chapter I Subchapter I Solid Wastes

·     49 CFR 177 Subpart B – Transportation- Loading and Unloading

·     49 CFR 177 Subpart C – Segregation and Separation Chart of Hazardous Materials

·    DOE O 232.2 Occurrence Reporting and Processing of Operations Information

·    DOE 436.1 Departmental Sustainability

·    DOE O 460.1C Packaging and Transportation Safety

·    DOE O 460.2A Departmental Materials Transportation and Packaging Management

·     The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 as amended

·     Virginia Emergency Management Operations Plan

·     International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods

·     42 U.S.C.13101 et. Seq. (Pollution Prevention Act of 1990)

·     E.O. 13423 – Strengthening the Federal Environment, Energy, and Transportation Management

·     40 CFR 300 (CERCLA)

·     40 CFR 302 – Designation, Reportable Quantities & Notification

·     40 CFR 355 (emergency planning & notification) (SARA)

Heavy Metals including:

·    Lead

·    Beryllium

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 6610 Chemical Hygiene Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6620 Personal Protective Equipment Program

·    Chapter 6630 Respiratory Protection and associated appendices

 

As Applicable:

·    Chapter 6680 Lead Program

·    Chapter 6682 Beryllium Handling and Exposure

·     29 CFR 1926.62, Lead - Construction Standard

·     29 CFR 1910.1025 – Lead

·     ACGIH TLV, current edition

·     10 CFR 850 Chronic Beryllium Disease Prevention Program

Dust:

·    Hazardous

·    Nuisance

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 6620 Personal Protective Equipment Program

·    Chapter 6630 Respiratory Protection and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6683 Silica Safety Program and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart I Appendix B – Non-Mandatory Compliance Guidelines for Hazard Assessment and PPE Selection

·     29 CFR 1910.134 – Respiratory Protection

·     29 CFR 1910.1000 – Air Contaminants

·     ACGIH TLV, current edition

Fumes including but not limited to:

·    Hot Work

·    Chemical

·    Gas

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 6122 Hot Work (i.e. Welding, Cutting, Brazing, and Grinding) Safety Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6150 Compressed, Liquefied, and Solidified Gas Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6630 Respiratory Protection Program and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.134 – Respiratory Protection

·     29 CFR 1910.1000 – Air Contaminants

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart Q – Welding, Cutting, & Brazing

·     ACGIH TLV, current edition

·     ANSI Z49.1  ‘‘Safety in Welding, Cutting and Allied Processes,’’ sections 4.3 and E4.3 (1999) (incorporated by reference, see § 851.27) per 10 CFR 851.23

Air Contaminants

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 6630 Respiratory Protection Program and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.134 Respiratory Protection Standard et al.

·     29 CFR 1910.1000 Table Z-1 Limits for Air Contaminants

·     Code of Virginia 15.2 Chapter 28.2 Virginia Indoor Clean Air Act

·     American National Standard for Respiratory Protection Z88.2

·     Industrial Ventilation, A Manual of Recommended Practice 26th edition

·     ACGIH TLV, current edition,

·     Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health (IDLH) established by National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) “A guide to Industrial Respiratory Protection” (Pub. No. 87-116) and “Respirator Decision Logic” (Pub. No. 87-108)

·     Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL) established by OSHA

·     ASHRAE Handbook Fundamentals 

·     NFPA 90A, Installation of Air Conditioning & Ventilation Systems

·     NFPA 91, Exhaust Systems for Air Conveying of Material

Silica

(Crystalline aka Quartz)

Primary:

Dick Owen, x6381

 

Alternate:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

·    Jefferson Lab Training (SAF 138 Silica Dust Hazards in Construction)

·     Occupational Safety & Health Act of 1970

·     29 CFR 1926.55 Gases, Vapors, Fumes, Dusts, and Mists

·     29 CFR 1910.1000 Table Z-3

·     ACGIH TLV - Chemical Substances, current edition

Asbestos

Primary:

Dick Owen, x6381

 

Alternate:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

·    Chapter 6681 Asbestos Management

·     9 VAC 5

o  60-70, Designated Emission Standards, Subpart M – Asbestos

·     29 CFR 1910.1001 – Asbestos

·     29 CFR 1926.1101 – Asbestos

·     40 CFR 61 Subpart M – National Emission Standard for Asbestos

·     40 CFR 763 – Asbestos

·     Clean Air Act (CAA) and amendments

·     VCA 54.1 -500, Licensing

Noise (Excessive)

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 6640  Hearing Conservation

·     29 CFR 1910.95 Occupational Noise Exposure

OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE

Overall program complies with requirements of:

·    10 CFR 851 Worker Safety and Health Program – Appendix A – Section 8. Occupational Medicine

·    DOE O 341.1A Federal Employee Health Services

Bloodborne Pathogens

Occupational Medicine

x7539

 

Alternate:

Bob May, x7632

·    Chapter 6800Occupational Medicine 

·    Appendix T3 Protection from Bloodborne Pathogens

·    Appendix T4 Regulated Medical Waste Management

·     29 CFR 1910.1030 Bloodborne Pathogens and Appendix A Hepatitis B Vaccine Declination (Mandatory) 

·     9 VAC 20-120 Virginia Regulated Medical Waste Management Regulations

·     CDC Guidelines for Immunizations

Ergonomics including:

·    Lifting and Carrying Heavy Objects

·    Repetitive Motion

Occupational Medicine

x7539

 

Alternate:

Bob May, x7632

·    Chapter 6105 Office Safety

·    Chapter 6120 Portable Hand Tool Safety

·    Chapter 6620 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Program

·     NIOSH Pub. #81-222, Work Practices Guide for Manual Lifting

·     NIOSH Publication Number 2007-131 Ergonomic Guidelines for Manual Material Handling

·     ANSI/HFS 100

·     National Safety Council Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene, Chapter 13, Ergonomics

Slips, Trips & Falls

Primary:

Bert Manzlak, x7556

·    Chapter 6105Office Safety

·    Chapter 1400 Communicating Safety to Visitors

·     29 CFR 1910.22, Walking-Working Surfaces

 

·     ANSI A1264.1, American National Standard - Safety Requirements for Workplace Floor and Wall Openings, Stairs, and Railing Systems, current edition

Animal/Insect Bites

and Stings

Occupational Medicine

x7539

 

Alternate:

Bob May, x7632

·    Chapter  6800 Occupational Medicine

·    Appendix T2 Injuries and Illnesses Requiring First Aid or Emergency Medical Response

·     29 CFR 1910.151 Medical Services and First aid

Heat/Cold Exposure

Occupational Medicine

x7539

 

Alternate:

Bob May, x7632

·    Chapter 6670 Heat and Cold Stress Mitigation Program

MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT

Overall Program Complies with requirements of:

·    10 CFR 851 Worker Safety and Health Program – Appendix A – Section 9. Motor Vehicle Safety

Cranes and Hoists

Primary:

Dave Kausch, x7674

 

Alternate:

Manny Nevarez, x7406

·    Chapter 6140 Material Handling Equipment Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6141 Material Handling Equipment – Rigging, Cranes, and Hoists and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.179 Overhead and Gantry Cranes

·     29 CFR 1910.180 Crawler, Locomotives and Truck Cranes

·     29 CFR 1910.184 Slings

·     29 CFR 1926.251 Rigging Equipment for Material Handling

·     29 CFR 1926.554 Overhead Hoists

·     29 CFR 1926, Subpart CC Cranes and Derricks in Construction

·     ANSI B30.2 1990 (Overhead and gantry cranes)

·     ASME B30.5-2011 Mobile And Locomotive Cranes

·     ASME B30.16-2012 Overhead Hoists (Underhung)

·     ASME B30.17-2012 Overhead and Gantry Cranes (Top Running Bridge, Single Girder, Underhung Hoist)

·     CMAA Crane Operators Manual

·     DOE-STD-1090-2011 Hoisting and Rigging Standard (Formerly Hoisting and Rigging Manual)

Lifting/Moving Objects

Primary:

Dave Kausch, x7674

 

Alternate:

Manny Nevarez, x7406

·    Chapter 6140 Material Handling Equipment Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6141 Material Handling Equipment – Rigging, Cranes, and Hoists and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.176 Subpart N – Materials Handling and Storage

·        ASME B30.20 - 2010 Below the hook lifting devices

·        ASME B30.26-Rigging Hardware

·        ANSI B30.9 - 2010 Slings

·        ANSI B30.10 - 2009 Hooks

·        The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Report NP-2129 “Radiation Effects on Organic Materials in Nuclear Plants,” 1981 

·        DOE Standard 1090-99, Ch. 11, Section 11.3.5.1(c) “Hoisting and Rigging,” Wire Rope and Slings, Inspections

Powered Industrial Trucks including:

·    Forklifts

Primary:

Dave Kausch, x7674

 

Alternate:

Manny Nevarez, x7406

·    Chapter 6140 Material Handling Equipment Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6145Material Handling Equipment – Forklifts and Attachments and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6146 Tunnel Vehicles and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.178 Powered Industrial Trucks

·     NFPA 505, Powered Industrial Trucks

·     ANSI/ITSDF B56.1-2005 Safety Standard for Low Lift and High Lift Trucks

Aerial Work Platforms

Primary:

Dave Kausch, x7674

 

Alternate:

Manny Nevarez, x7406

·    Chapter 6140 Material Handling Equipment Program and associated Appendices

·    Chapter 6147 Aerial Work Platforms and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart F Powered platforms, manlifts and vehicle mounted platforms

·        ANSI A120.1 -2008  Safety Requirements forPower Platforms and Traveling Ladders and Gantries for Building Maintenance

·        ANSI A92.2, Vehicles Mounted Elevating & Rotating Work Platforms 

·        ANSI A90.1, Manlifts

ELECTRICITY

Overall Program Complies with requirements of:

·    10 CFR 851 Worker Safety and Health Program – Appendix A – Section 10. Electrical Safety

Electricity including:

·     >50 amps OR

·     >50 Vac OR

·     60 Vdc AND >5 mA

·     Stored Energy >10 joules, capacitive, inductive, or battery

Primary:

Todd Kujawa, x7006

 

Alternate:

Paul Powers, x7258

·    Chapter 6110 Lock, Tag, Try (LTT) Policy

·    Chapter 6200 Jefferson Lab’s Electrical Safety Program

·    Chapter 6220 AC Electrical Equipment Safe Work Policy

·    Chapter 6230 Electronic Equipment Safe Work Policy

·    Chapter 6240 Electronic Equipment - Construction and Modification Safety

·     29 CFR 1910.147 The control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout).

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart S Electrical

·     29 CFR 1926 Subpart K - Electrical

·        NFPA 70 National Electrical Code (NEC)

·        NFPA 70E (Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace)

·        IEEE-C2 National Electrical Safety Code (NESC)

·        DOE Handbook Electrical Safety (current edition)

AC Electrical Equipment (alternating current) including:

·     Air Conditioning Systems

·     Heating Systems

·     Commercial Appliances

Primary:

Todd Kujawa, x7006

 

Alternate:

Paul Powers, x7258

·    Chapter 6105 Office Safety

·    Chapter 6200 Jefferson Lab’s Electrical Safety Program

·    Chapter 6220 AC Electrical Equipment Safe Work Policy

·    Chapter 6900 Fire Protection

·    Fire Protection Supplement

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart E – Means of Egress

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart L – Fire Protection

·     29 CFR 1926 Subpart F - Fire Protection and Prevention

·     29 CFR 1926 Subpart K - Electrical

·        Unified Statewide Building Code 

·        NFPA - National Fire Codes (Standards List)

·        NFPA 70 National Electrical Code (NEC)

NANOTECHNOLOGY

Overall Program Complies with requirements of:

·    10 CFR 851 Worker Safety and Health Program – Appendix A – Section 11. Nanotechnology Safety

Nanoparticles - Engineered

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 6650 Engineered Nanoparticle Policy and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.134 Respiratory Protection Standard et al.

·     40 CFR 260-265 – Solid Wastes

·     Control of Nanoscale Materials Under the Toxic Substances Control Act – Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

·     9 VAC 20-60 et. seq., Virginia Hazardous Waste Management Regulations

·    DOE O 440.1B, Worker Protection Program for DOE (Including the National Nuclear Security Administration) Federal Employees, dated 5-17-07.

·    DOE O 450.1A, Environmental Protection Program, dated 6-4-08.

·    DOE P 450.4, Safety Management System Policy, dated 04-25-11.

·    DOE P 456.1, Policy on Nanoscale Materials, dated 9-15-05

·    DOE O 456.1 The Safe Handling of Unbound Engineered Nanoparticles

·     DOE Nanoscale Science Research Centers, Approach to Nanomaterial ES&H (5-12-08, Rev 3a).

·     ASTM E2535-2007, Standard Guide for Handling Unbound Engineered Nanoscale Particles in Occupational Settings.

·     ISO/TR 12885 (2008-10-01), Nanotechnologies- Health and Safety Practices in Occupational Settings Relevant to Nanotechnologies.

·     ASTM E2456-06, Terminology for Nanotechnology.

·     NIOSH, Approaches to Safety Nanotechnology: An Information Exchange with NIOSH, July 2006.

OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS

Machine Tools:

·    Grinding

·    Cutting

·    Drilling

·    Rotating Parts

Primary:

Bert Manzlak, x7556

 

Alternate:

Paul Collins, x5981

·    Chapter 6121 Machine Tools and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6620 Personal Protective Equipment Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6630 Respiratory Protection Program and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart I Personal Protective Equipment

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart O Machinery and Machine Guarding

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart P Hand and Portable powered Tools and other Hand-Held Equipment

·     29 CFR 1910.94 Ventilation 

·     29 CFR 1910.95 Occupational Noise Exposure

 

·     ANSI B7.1, Safety Code for Abrasive Wheels

·     ANSI B11.1 -1971, Mechanical Power Presses 

·     ANSI B11.3-1982, Power Press Brakes 

·     ANSI B11.6 1984 Lathes 

·     ANSI B11.8-1983, Drilling, Milling, and Boring Machines 

·     ANSI B11.9-1975, Grinding Machines 

·     ANSI B11.10-1990, Metal Sawing Machines 

·     ANSI B11.11 -1985, Gear Cutting Machines 

·     ANSI B11.12-1983, Roll-forming and Roll-bending Machines 

·     ANSI B11.14-1983, Coil-slitting Machines/Systems 

·     ANSI B11.15-1984, Pipe, Tube, & Shape Bending Machines

·     FM Global Property Loss Prevention Data Sheets (Hot Work Management) sheet 10-3

·     DOE/EH-0196 (Issue No.91-3 revised)

Stored Energy Sources including: 

·    Mechanical

·    Hydraulic

·    Pneumatic

Primary:

Bert Manzlak, x7556

 

Alternate:

Paul Collins, x5981

·    Chapter 6110 Lock, Tag, Try (LTT) Program

·    Chapter 6120 Portable Hand Tool Safety

·    Chapter 6121 Machine Tools

·     29 CFR 1901.147 – The Control of Hazardous Energy

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart O Machinery and Machine Guarding

 

Portable Hand Tools including:

·        Manually Powered

·        Portable Power

·        Powder Actuated Fastening

Primary:

Bert Manzlak, x7556

 

Alternate:

Paul Collins, x5981

·    Chapter 6120 Portable Hand Tool Safety and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.Subpart P Hand and Portable Powered Tools and other Hand-Held Equipment

 

·     29 CFR 1926.302 

·     ANSI A10.3, Explosive Actuated Fastening Tools

·     ANSI Standard B7.1 Safety Requirements for Use, Care, and Protection of Abrasive Wheels.

Sharp Edges

and Pinch Points

Primary:

Bert Manzlak, x7556

 

Alternate:

Paul Collins, x5981

·    Chapter 6105 Office Safety and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6120 Portable Hand Tool Safety

·    Chapter 6121 Machine Tools

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart I Personal Protective Equipment

 

Confined Space

Primary:

Dick Owen, x6381

 

Alternate:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

·    Chapter 6160 Confined Space Entry and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.146, Permit Required Confined Spaces

 

ACGIH TLV, current edition

HOT WORK

Hot Work

Fire Protection

Primary:

Tim Minga, x7310

 

Alternate:

Dave Kausch, x7674

·    Chapter 6122 Hot Work (i.e. Welding, Cutting, Brazing, and Grinding) Safety Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6620 Personal Protective Equipment Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6630 Respiratory Protection Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6900 Fire Protection Program Summary and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart I Personal Protective Equipment

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart L – Fire Protection 

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart Q – Welding, Cutting, and Brazing

·     29 CFR 1926.353 Ventilation and Protection in Welding, Cutting, Brazing

·    DOE O 420.1C Facility Safety Chapter II.  FIRE PROTECTION; paragraph3.d.(1)(g)

·     ANSI document Z49.1, Safety in Welding, Cutting, and Allied Processes

·     NFPA 51: Standard for the Design and Installation of -Fuel Gas Systems or Welding, cutting and Allied Processes 

·     NFPA 51 B: Standard for Fire Protection in Use of Cutting and Welding

·     ANSI Z87.1 Practice for Occupational and Educational Eye and Face Protection.

Welding, Cutting, Brazing, and Grinding

Primary:

Mike Martin, x5515

 

Alternate:

Bruce Lenzer, x7882

Area Temperature

(Heat/Cold Stress/Exposure)

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 6670 Heat and Cold Stress Mitigation Program

·     29 CFR 1926.353 Ventilation and Protection in Welding, Cutting, Brazing

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart I Personal Protective Equipment

 

·     ACGIH TLV for heat stress 

·     National Safety Council Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene, Chapter 12, Temperature Extremes

WORKING AT ELEVATIONS

Ladders

Primary:

Bert Manzlak, x7556

 

Alternate:

Tina Menefee, x5490

·    Chapter 6132 Ladder and Scaffold Safety and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.25 Portable Wood Ladders

·     29 CFR 1910.26 Portable Metal Ladders

·     29 CFR 1920.27 Fixed Ladders

 

·     ANSI A14.2 – Portable Metal Ladders

·     ANSI 14.3 – Fixed Ladders

·     ANSI 14.5 – Portable Reinforced Ladders

·     ANSI 14.7 – Mobile Ladder Stands and Mobile Ladder Stand Platforms

Scaffolding

Primary:

Bert Manzlak, x7556

 

Alternate:

Tina Menefee, x5490

·    Chapter 6132 Ladder and Scaffold Safety and associated appendices

·     29 CFR Subpart L - Scaffolds

·     29 CFR 1920.28 Safety Requirements for Scaffolding

 

·     ANSI A10.8-1988, Scaffolding Safety Requirement

Fall Protection

Primary:

Bert Manzlak, x7556

 

Alternate:

Rich Kenney, x5019

·    Chapter 6131 Fall Protection Systems and associated appendices

·     29 CFR Subpart M Fall Protection

 

·     ANSI A1264.1, Workplace Floor and Wall Openings, Stairs, and Railing Systems, current edition

Aerial Work Platforms (See Material Handling Equipment)

 

 

GASES AND LIQUIDS

Gases and Liquids:

·     Flammable

·     Corrosives

·     Cryogenics

·     Inert/Asphyxiants

·     Oxidizers

·     Toxic/Poisons

Primary:

Tim Minga, x7310

 

Alternate:

Dave Kausch, x7674

·    Chapter 6610 Chemical Hygiene Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6150 Compressed, Liquefied, and Solidified Gas Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6540 Oxygen Deficiency Hazard Control Program

·    Chapter 6550 Cryogenic Safety Program

·     29 CFR 1910.101 Compressed Gases (General Requirements)

·     29 CFR 1910.106 Flammable Liquids

·     29 CFR 1910.1000 Air Contaminants and Table Z-1 Limits for Air Contaminants 

·     29 CFR 1910.253 Oxygen Fuel Gas Welding & Cutting

·     ACGIH TLV, current edition

·     CGAP-1 - 1991, Safe Handling of Compressed Gases in Containers 

·     Handbook of Compressed Gases (Compressed Gas Association, Inc.)

·     ANSI Standard A 13.1- 2007, Scheme for the Identification of Piping Systems, applicable for:

1) new piping installation and

2) when poor labeling constitutes a safety hazard

·      Unified Statewide Building Code

·      29 CFR 1926.152, Flammable and Combustible Liquids

ENVIRONMENTAL

Overall program complies with requirements of:

·    DOE 436.1 Departmental Sustainability

·    DOE O 451.1B National Environmental Policy Act Compliance Program

Solid Waste Generation

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 8060 Waste and Recyclable Materials Management

·     9 VAC 20 Chapter 60 Virginia Hazardous Waste Management Regulations

·     9 VAC 20 Chapter 110 Regulations Governing the Transportation of Hazardous Materials

·     9 VAC 20 Chapter 120 Regulated Medical Waste Management Regulations

·     40 CFR 260 Subchapter I Solid Wastes

·     E.O. 13423 – Strengthening the Federal Environment, Energy, and Transportation Management

·     42 U.S.C.13101 Pollution Prevention Act of 1990

·    DOE O 436.1 Departmental Sustainability

Liquid Waste Generation

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 8030 Water Quality and Conservation Program

·     9 VAC 25 Chapter 280-Ground Water Standards

·     9 VAC 25 Chapter 31 VPDES Permit Regulation

·     33 U.S.C.1251 Federal Water Pollution Control Act (Clean Water Act) as amended

·     Industrial Wastewater Regulations - Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD

·     Newport News Ordinance No. 6670-10

·     Virginia Pollution Discharge Elimination System (VPDES) Permit #0089320

·     Permit To Withdraw Ground Water GW0047200

·     Industrial Wastewater Discharge Permit #0117

·    DOE O 436.1 Departmental Sustainability

Land Disturbance

Primary:

William Rainey, x7898

 

Alternate:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

·    Chapter 8012 Environmental Review for Projects /Activities /Experiments

·     Virginia Stormwater Management Act

·     VSMP Regulations

·     VSMP Construction Stormwater Permit VAR10-10-103786

·     VSMP General Permit for Discharges of Stormwater from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (Registration Number VAR040079)

·    DOE O 436.1 Departmental Sustainability

RADIATION – IONIZING

Overall program complies with requirements of:

·    DOE O 435.1 Radioactive Waste Management

·    DOE O 458.1 Radiation Protection of the Public and the Environment

·    DOE O 5400.5 Radiation Protection of the Public and the Environment

·    10 CFR 835 Occupational Radiation Protection

Sources of Radiation:

·    Prompt Radiation

·    Induced Radioactivity

Primary:

Vashek Vylet, x7551

 

Alternate:

Keith Welch, x7212

·    Chapter 6310 Protection from Ionizing Radiation

·    Jefferson Lab RadCon Supplement

·     10 CFR 820 Procedural Rules for DOE Nuclear Activities

·     10 CFR 835 Occupational Radiation Protection

·    DOE M 435.1-1 - CRD #18

·    DOE O 420.2B - CRD #5

·    DOE O 5400-5 - CRD #2-5, 60

Storage and Handling

of Radioactive Materials

Primary:

Vashek Vylet, x7551

 

Alternate:

Keith Welch, x7212

·    Chapter 6310 Protection from Ionizing Radiation

·    Jefferson Lab RadCon Supplement

·    CEBAF (Jefferson Lab) Final Safety Assessment Document, latest revision

·     10 CFR 835 Occupational Radiation Protection

·    DOE M 460.2-1 Radioactive Material Transportation Practices Manual

·    DOE M 435.1-1 - CRD #2-88

·    DOE M 460.2-1 - CRD #1-9

·    DOE O 420.2B - CRD #5, 11

·    DOE O 435.1 - CRD #1-5

·    DOE 436.1 Departmental Sustainability

·    DOE O 5400.5 - CRD #1, 54, 56, 58, 59

Occupational Radiation Exposure

Primary:

Vashek Vylet, x7551

 

Alternate:

Keith Welch, x7212

·    Chapter 6310 Protection from Ionizing Radiation

·    Jefferson Lab RadCon Supplement

·    CEBAF (Jefferson Lab) Final Safety Assessment Document, latest revision

·     10 CFR 835 Occupational Radiation Protection

·    DOE M 460.2-1 - CRD #1

·    DOE O 420.2B - CRD #3

·    DOE O 435.1 - CRD #1

·    DOE O 5400.5 - CRD #1

·     NCRP Report No. 88, Radiation Alarms and Access Control Systems

·     ANSI/ISA-S84.01-1996, Application of Safety Instrumented Systems for the Process Industries

RADIATION – NON-IONIZING

Lasers including:

·        Manufacture

·        Built In-House

Primary:

Bert Manzlak, x7556

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 6240 Electronic Equipment – Construction and Modification Safety

·    Chapter 6410 Laser Safety Program and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.97 Non Ionizing Radiation

 

·     ANSI Standard Z136.1-2000, Safe Use of Lasers

·     21 CFR 1000, (Radiological Health) General

·     21 CFR 1040, (Radiological Health) Performance standards for light-emitting products

·     29 CFR 1926.54 (Non-ionizing radiation)

Radio Frequency and Microwave Radiation

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 6420 Non-Ionizing Radiant Energy (i.e.: Radio Frequency (RF), Microwave, and Static Magnetic Fields) and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.97 Non-ionizing radiation

·     42 U.S.C. 263b et seq., Radiation Control Health & Safety Act of 1968

·    DOE O 420.2B - CRD #5, 11

·     ACGIH TLV for radio frequency/microwave radiation

·     ACGIH TLV for static magnetic fields

·     ANSI C95.1-1991, Safety Levels of Electromagnetic Radiation with Respect to Personnel

·     ANSI C95.2-1966 Radio Frequency Radiation Hazard and Warning Signal

·     Federal Communication Commission – RF Safety (http//transition.fcc.gov)

Ultraviolet, Infrared,

and Visible Light

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 6122 Hot Work (i.e.: Welding, Cutting, Brazing, and Grinding) Safety Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6410 Laser Safety Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6620 Personal Protective Equipment Program and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.133 Eye and Face Protection

·     29 CFR 1910 Subpart I Appendix B (PPE)

·     29 CFR 1910.252 Welding, Cutting, & Brazing: general requirements

·    DOE O 420.2B - CRD #5

·     ACGIH TLV for ultraviolet radiation, infrared, and visible 

·     29 CFR 1926.102(b)(1) (Eye and face protection)

·     ANSI Standard RP-7, Industrial Lighting

MAGNETIC FIELDS

Static Magnetic Fields

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 6420 Non-Ionizing Radiant Energy (i.e.: Radio Frequency (RF), Microwave, and Static Magnetic Fields) and associated appendices

 

·     International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, “Guidelines on Limits of Exposure to Static Magnetic Fields” April 2009, Volume 96, Number 4.

·     World Health Organization, Environmental Health, Criteria 69, “Magnetic Fields”

·     ACGIH TLV and Biological Exposure Indices

·     CERN – European Laboratory for Particle Physics, TIS IS 36, “Safety Rules for the Use of Static Magnetic Fields at CERN”

·     Fermilab ESH&Q Manual Chapter 5062.2-1, “Static Magnetic Fields”

·     Society for Magnetic Resonance Imaging, JMRI 1991: 1:97-101, “Policies, Guidelines, and Recommendations for Magnetic Resonance Imaging Safety”

Magnetic Fields including:

·     Fringe

·     High

·     Quench Effects

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 6420 Non-Ionizing Radiant Energy (i.e.: Radio Frequency (RF), Microwave, and Static Magnetic Fields)

·     Public Law 91-596, Section 5 Duties Clause

·    DOE O 420.2B - CRD #5, 8

ACGIH TLV - Static Magnetic Fields, latest edition

OXYGEN DEFICIENCY HAZARD (ODH)

Cryogenic Material including:

·     Gas

·     Liquid

Primary:

Dana Arenius, x7276

 

Alternate:

Dick Owen, x6381

·    Chapter 6540 Oxygen Deficiency Hazard (ODH) Control Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6550 Cryogenic Safety Program and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.133 – Eye & Face Protection

·     29 CFR 1910.134 – Respiratory Protection

·     29 CFR 1910.138 – Hand Protection

·     29 CFR 1910.146 – Confined Space Entry

·    DOE O 420.2B CRD #3, 4, 5

PRESSURE SYSTEMS

Overall Program Complies With:

·    10 CFR 851 Worker Safety and Health Program – Appendix A – Section 4. Pressure Safety

Pressurized Tanks, Containers, and

Vacuum Vessels

Primary:

Will Oren, x7344

 

Alternates:

Kelly Dixon, x6285

Dave Meekins, x5434

Tim Whitlatch, x5087

·    Chapter 6150 Compressed, Liquefied, and Solidified Gas Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6151 Pressure Systems and associated appendices

·    Welding and Brazing Program Supplement

·     29 CFR 1910.169 Air Receivers

·     29 CFR 1910.106(b)(1)(v) Pressure Vessels

·     29 CFR 1910.217(b)(12) Pressure Vessels

 

·     ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code - Section VIII

·     CGA C-6 (1968) Standards for Visual Inspection of Compressed Gas Cylinders

·     CGA C-8 (1962) Standard for Re-qualification of ICC-3HT Cylinders 

·     CGA G-1 (1966) Acetylene 

·     CGA P-1 (1965) Safe Handling of Compressed Gases 

·     CGA S-1.1 (1963) and 1965 Addenda. Safety Release Device Standards-Cylinders for Compressed Gases 

·     CGA S-1.2 (1963) Safety Release Device Standards, Cargo and Portable Tanks for Compressed Gases 

·     CGA S-1.3 (1959) Safety Release Device Standards-Compressed Gas Storage Containers 

·     CGA 1957 Standard Hose Connection Standard

·     CGA and RMA (Rubber Manufacturer's Association) Specification for Rubber Welding Hose (1958)

·     CGA 1958 Regulator Connection Standard

Pressurized, Vacuum Lines, and Piping Systems

Primary:

Will Oren, x7344

 

Alternates:

Kelly Dixon, x6285

Dave Meekins, x5434

Tim Whitlatch, x5087

·    Chapter 6110 Lock, Tag, Try (LTT) Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6150 Compressed, Liquefied, and Solidified Gas Program and associated appendices

·    Chapter 6151 Pressure Systems and associated appendices

·    Welding and Brazing Program Supplement

·     29 CFR 1910.169 Air Receivers

 

·     ASME-B31-9-Building Service Piping

·     ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code-Section VIII, latest edition 

·     ASME/ANSI B31.1

·     ASME/ANSI B31.3, (piping code)

·     ASME/ANSI B31.5

·     ASME/ANSI B31.8

·     ANSI Standard A 13.1- 1996, Scheme for the Identification of Piping Systems, with 1998 change, or current edition, applicable for:

1) new piping installation and 2) when poor labeling constitutes a safety hazard

EMERGENCY PREPARATION

Overall complies with requirements of:

·    29 CFR 1910 Subpart E Exit Routes and Emergency Planning

·    DOE Order 151.1C Comprehensive Emergency Management System

Severe Weather

Primary:

Tina Menefee, x5490

 

Alternate:

Mary Jo Bailey, x7277

·    Chapter 3510 Emergency Response Activities and associated appendices

·    Emergency Management Plan

·    DOE O 420.1B - CRD Chapter IV Natural Phenomena Hazard Mitigation

·    DOE O 420.2B - CRD #5

·     Hurricane Response Plan, City of Newport News 

·     DOE Standard 1023-95 

·     Natural Phenomena Hazards Assessment Criteria

Release of Hazardous Materials (Spill Response)

Primary:

Jennifer Williams, x7882

 

Alternate:

Brett Lewis, x6254

·    Chapter 6610 Chemical Hygiene

·    Chapter  6610 Appendix T7 Clean-up of Chemical Spills Procedure

·    RadCon Supplement

·     10 CFR 835 Appendix D Surface Contamination Values

·     40 CFR 302 Designation, Reportable Quantities, and Notification

·     40 CFR 372 – Toxic Chemical Release Reporting

·     VPDES 008932 Authorization to Discharge under the VA Pollutant Discharge Elimination System

·    DOE M 460.2-1 - CRD #1

·    DOE O 420.1B - CRD #43, 44

·    DOE O 420.2B - CRD #3, 11

·    DOE O 435.1 - CRD #1

·    DOE O 5400.5 - CRD #1

ANSI/HPS N 13.12-1999

General Evacuation

Primary:

Tina Menefee, x5490

 

Alternate:

Mary Jo Bailey, x7277

·    Chapter 1400 Communicating Safety to Visitors and associated appendices

·    Chapter 3510 Emergency Response Activities and associated appendices

·     29 CFR 1910.38 Emergency Action Plans

Un-Trained/Un-Authorized Individuals

Subcontractors:

·     Construction

Primary:

Rebecca Yasky, x7507

 

Alternate:

Rusty Sprouse, x7589

·    Chapter 3410 ESH&Q Aspects of Procurements and associated appendices

·    Chapter 1400 Communicating Safety to Visitors and associated appendices

·     10 CFR 851 Worker Safety and Health Program

·     29 CFR 1926.15 Relationship to the Service Contract Act 

·     29 CFR 1926.20(a) General Safety and Health Provisions

Subcontractors:

·     Non-construction

·     Administrative

Facilities Management

and Logistics:

Ed Winslow, x7316

·    Chapter 3410 ESH&Q Aspects of Procurements and associated appendices

·    Chapter 1400 Communicating Safety to Visitors and associated appendices

·     10 CFR 851 Worker Safety and Health Program

·     Public Law 91-596, Section 5 Duties Clause

Visitors

User Liaison:

Lorelei Chopard, x6388

·    Chapter 1400 Communicating Safety to Visitors and associated appendices

·    DOE O 142.3 Unclassified Foreign Visits and Assignments Program

Traffic & Vehicle Safety

Traffic & Vehicle Safety

·        Laboratory Vehicles

·        Traffic & Parking

Primary:

Kris Burrows, x7548

 

Alternate:

Mike Lewellen, x7169

 

·        29 CFR 1926.601 - Motor Vehicles

 

·        Jefferson Lab Administrative Manual – 301 General 301.03 Use of Laboratory Vehicles

·        Jefferson Lab Administrative Manual – 301 General 301.06 Traffic & Parking Management

·        Jefferson Lab Gen400 Local Driving Conditions for Jefferson Lab Workers

* Most Recent Edition or Change

 

3.0        Revision Summary

 

Revision 2.2    01/16/14  Updated primary contacts to reflect current laboratory assignments and CATS; per WRainey and SSmith.

Revision 2.1    12/18/13  Aligned primary contacts with those assigned in CATS and added alternate contacts; changed Land Disturbance contact from SConley to WRainey.

Revision 2.0    09/10/13  Clarified Combustible Material and AC Electrical; added flammable liquids and Traffic & Vehicular Safety; updated references and links.

Revision 1.12  05/06/13  Corrected link for static magnetic fields.

Revision 1.11  01/15/13  Changed contact for Solid Waste Generation, Liquid Waste Generation, and Land Disturbance to SConley per WRainey.                                              

Revision 1.10  09/04/12  Added Laws/Regulations”29 CFR 1926, Subpart CC Cranes and Derricks in Construction” to “Cranes and Hoists” per DKausch.

Revision 1.9    03/21/12  Updated Nanoparticles – Engineering DOE Orders/Directives/Contract Clauses and References per JWilliams.

Revision 1.8    03/07/12  Added guidance for Silica; new Chapter is being drafted.

Revision 1.7    01/06/12  Qualifying Periodic Review – Consolidated Jefferson Lab’s hazard issues with associated ES&H Programs and Procedures.

Revision 1.6    08/11/11  Updated links to ES&H Manual Chapter 6630 Respiratory Protection Program

Revision 1.5    06/28/11  Updated links to ES&H Manual Chapter 6310 Protection from Ionizing Radiation

Revision 1.4    12/08/10  Updated links to ES&H Manual Chapter 6410 Laser Safety Program.

Revision 1.3    11/30/10  Added ANSI A14.7, American National Standard for Mobile Ladder Stands and Mobile Ladder Stand Platforms to Issue #132 Working at Heights/Fall Hazard.

Revision 1.2    10/27/10  Removed reference to “6160 Appendix T2 Ventilated (or Alternate) Entry Procedure.”

Revision 1.1    06/22/10  Updated to reflect current ES&H Manual Chapters revisions to date; Removed DOE N 450.7 – CRD #1 and DOE O 350.1 – CRD #1 for irrelevance; Removed issue #122 “Other Personal Hazards: Ice/Walking Surfaces” and #131 “Other Personal Hazards: Work on Wet Surfaces” for irrelevance.

Revision 1.0    07/10/09  Updated to reflect current laboratory operations.

 

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