|Chapter 3310 Operational Safety Procedure (OSP) Program|
A formal work control document, known as an Operational Safety Procedure (OSP), is developed at Jefferson Lab when work activities fall into one of the following categories:
The single exception to the above requirement is when Standard Protecting Measures can be used to mitigate the RC to below 3.
OSPs are valid for up to three years and are reviewed prior to expiration.
A Temporary Operational Safety Procedure (TOSP) is developed for tasks with a RC 3 or 4 and anticipated duration of three months or less. TOSPs are used to document safety procedures for short-term tasks in the same manner as OSPs and are reviewed with the same scrutiny.
T1 Operational Safety Procedure (OSP) and Temporary OSP Procedure
Operational Safety Procedure Instructions - ES&H Manual Chapter 3310 Appendix T1 Operational Safety Procedure (OSP) and Temporary OSP Procedure outlines the process steps used for developing and documenting an OSP or TOSP.
Operational Safety Procedure Form: Click for Word Document
Note: Management authority may be delegated at the discretion of the responsible manager.
Document Owner - The individual responsible for the OSP's implementation.
Subject Matter Experts
Division Safety Officers (DSO)
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