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ES&H Manual
Chapter 4100 ES&H Training Program
Purpose

Contract, federal, state, and local requirements often demand that activities be performed in a certain manner. Jefferson Lab also requires workers to be trained prior to performing certain activities pertaining to Environment, Safety and Health (ES&H) issues. This chapter provides the method used to determine worker’s ES&H training requirements; the different types of training available; and how training courses are developed.

Scope

This program defines the process by which Jefferson Lab ensures that its workers are made aware of contract, federal, state, and local ES&H requirements.

ES&H Manual chapters define training course requirements related to a specific hazard issue

Appendices

T1 ES&H Training Course Development Procedure
ES&H Manual Chapter 4100 Appendix T1 Training Course Development Procedure describes how to request, designate an owner, produce, review/approve, activate, and deactivate an environmental, safety, and health (ES&H) training course.
Responsibilities
Note: Management authority may be delegated at the discretion of the responsible manager.

Anyone at Jefferson Lab
  • Identify a need for training/skill.
  • Apply the knowledge and skills acquired from training courses at all times.
  • Before starting a task, complete all related training requirements identified in your Skills Requirements List (SRL).

Subject Matter Expert (SME) - Course Owner
Supervisor/Mentor
  • Provide general and specific safety awareness training to augment lab-wide concerns.
  • Prior to assignment of work, identify required training/qualification, using the Job Task Analysis (JTA) tool.
  • Review and update JTAs when work assignments change, or annually (whichever comes first).
  • Ensure everyone under your authority completes SRL requirements and are authorized to perform assigned work.

Subcontracting Officer’s Technical Representative (SOTR)
  • Provide general and specific ES&H training requirements to subcontractor.
  • Prior to performing work, ensure subcontractor has provided evidence, or completed, required training. (This includes SAF100C.)

Associate Director – ESH&Q
  • Designate Course Owners.
  • Review, and if acceptable, approve all ES&H training courses.

Human Resources – Training and Performance Office
  • Ensure access to SRL records, including expiration date(s).
  • Work with Course Owner to produce courses that comply with Jefferson Lab requirements.
  • Activate a course including assigning the course a number. Obtain approval from Course Owner and Associate Director – ESH&Q prior to course activation.
  • Deactivate and archive courses as appropriate.

Document Control
  • ISSUING AUTHORITY:   ESH&Q Division
    TECHNICAL POINT-OF-CONTACT:  Mary Logue
    APPROVAL DATE:   11/14/13
    REVIEW REQUIRED DATE:  11/14/18
    REVISION HISTORY
    Revision 2.0 - 11/14/13: Qualifying Periodic Review – Replaces 4100 Safety Training and 4200 ES&H Training Overview; revised to reflect that the process pertains to ES&H training only; added links to HR Training Office procedures; added responsibility of Training Office to assist in course development; TPoC reassigned from BUllman to MLogue per MLogue.
    Revision 1.1 - 10/26/11: Revision period determined to be three years.
    Revision 1.0 - 05/24/11: Incorporated requirements and responsibilities from "ES&H Manual Chapter 3220 Communication of Hazards to Employees and Users."

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