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Local Source Control Program FY 2011-13 Results. Julia McHugh, Kimberly Goetz, and Jeffrey Gutschmidt HWTR PMT January 23, 2014. LSC Partners by Regional Office. Results – Visits to Date. Industries Reached by LSC Specialists. Referrals Made During FY 2011-13. Program Profile.

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Local source control program fy 2011 13 results

Local Source Control ProgramFY 2011-13 Results

Julia McHugh, Kimberly Goetz, and Jeffrey Gutschmidt


January 23, 2014

Lsc partners by regional office

LSC Partners by Regional Office

Results visits to date

Results – Visits to Date

Industries Reached by LSC Specialists

Referrals Made During FY 2011-13

Program profile

Program Profile

Initial data results important notes

Initial Data Results – Important Notes

  • Cannot generalize to entire population

  • Some industries/issues have very small samples and might be unfairly skewed (good or bad)

  • Some data entry errors exist in database; did not attempt to fix all of them

Most visits were initial visits

Most Visits Were Initial Visits

Most issues found on initial visits

Most Issues Found on Initial Visits

Most businesses resolved issues

Most Businesses Resolved Issues

Initial visit issues resolution breakdown

Initial Visit Issues Resolution Breakdown

Return visit issues resolution breakdown

Return Visit Issues Resolution Breakdown

Top five sectors visits and issues

Top Five Sectors: Visits and Issues

But Controlling for Businesses Visited

80 20 rule beyond the top five

80/20 Rule – Beyond the Top Five

Top high priority issues resolution times

Top High Priority Issues/Resolution Times

Top Regular Issues/Resolution Times

Spill kits

Spill Kits

  • Two previous distributions in 2010 & 2012 issued 1,447 kits to SQGs

  • Current negotiations with Correctional Industries to take on administration and distribution

  • Anticipate continuation at same or increased level, per previous demand

Spill containment program

Spill Containment Program

  • New offering: voucher for up to $225 towards SQG purchase of spill containment equipment

  • Partner reimburses business, Ecology reimburses partner

  • Program funded by NEP grant for 2013-15 ($95,000)

  • If 20 partners opt in, $4,750 available to each, enough to fund up to 21 vouchers per partner

Lscs training challenge

LSCS Training Challenge

  • Specialists visited 96 different sectors, presenting a demand for ongoing, diverse training

  • Specialist turnover rate approximately 40% since program inception in 2008

  • Recent videotaping of December 2013 training by Dave Waddell on Chemical Hygiene enables replay for any inspector

New hires

New Hires

  • Jeffrey meets with new hires

    • Establishes LSCS mentor relationships

    • Administers new hire intake study guide and diagnostic quiz

    • Conducts in-person joint site visits with new specialists

  • Role for new Program Coordinator?

Any questions

Any Questions?

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