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Corporate Safety I: ISMS, SOPs, Lock Out / Tag Out & Electrical Safety. Bill Hecker, Ron Terry, Larry Baxter ChE 477 UO Lab Discussion 8. Outline. The Safety Pyramid ISMS SOPs Lock Out / Tag Out / Try Electrical Safety. Safety Pyramid. Tool used to anticipate safety problems

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Corporate safety i isms sops lock out tag out electrical safety

Corporate Safety I: ISMS, SOPs, Lock Out / Tag Out & Electrical Safety

Bill Hecker, Ron Terry, Larry Baxter

ChE 477 UO Lab

Discussion 8


Outline

Outline

  • The Safety Pyramid

  • ISMS

  • SOPs

  • Lock Out / Tag Out / Try

  • Electrical Safety


Safety pyramid

Safety Pyramid

  • Tool used to anticipate safety problems

    • Statistical relationships between levels of safety incidents

    • Prevention of catastrophies starts with prevention of minor incidents


5 step safety management plan

5-step Safety Management Plan

  • Five steps to safety management

    • Define scope of work

    • Analyze and categorize hazards

    • Develop and implement hazard controls

    • Conduct work

    • Collect feedback and improve process


Standard operating procedures

Standard Operating Procedures

  • Documents hazards and mitigation strategies

  • Discusses training and certification requirements

  • Posted and signed for each major facility


Electrical safety

Electrical Safety

  • Terminology

    • Electrocution – death from electric shock

    • Electric shock – non-fatal encounter with electricity

  • Risk of electrocution varies non-monotonically with current (body resistance ranges from 1 kΩ – 500 kΩ)


Electrical safety1

Electrical Safety

  • Circuit breakers protect buildings and equipment.

  • Ground-fault circuit interrupters (GFCI) protect people.

    • GFCI senses difference between current in hot and neutral lines.

    • Trips if the difference is > 5 ma.

    • Required in new construction near water and outdoors.


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