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2009 DOE Accelerator Safety Workshop NSLS Experiment ESH Review August 18, 2009 A. Ackerman. National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS) Structure. 65 Beam lines NSLS PRT Schedule Operations ; 44 wk/yr; 24/7 Studies Maintenance ; 2 d/month; 2 extended 2200 scientist User community Staff

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2009 doe accelerator safety workshop nsls experiment esh review august 18 2009 a ackerman

2009 DOE Accelerator Safety Workshop NSLS Experiment ESH ReviewAugust 18, 2009A. Ackerman


National synchrotron light source nsls structure

National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS)Structure

65 Beam lines

NSLS

PRT

Schedule

Operations; 44 wk/yr; 24/7

Studies

Maintenance; 2 d/month; 2 extended

2200 scientist User community

Staff

155 Facility

75 beam line (non-BNL)

1500 experiments/yr

>900 publications/yr

  • ‘Small Science’ experiment

    • Often 1 – 3 experimenters

    • Beam time 2 – 6 days

  • Many experiments routine

    • Limited sample prep; mg’s


Nsls experiment esh review the process

NSLS Experiment ESH ReviewThe Process

Managed by ESH&Q with Operations support

Experiment Review Coordinators (ERC)

2 people; 1 back up

Electronic submission (1 week advance – routine)

Lead Experimenter assigned

ESH review: ESH staff, Local Contact & User discussion

Approved; Approved requires notification; ERC review required

User arrives

Contact Operations Coordinator (Op Co)

Op Co prints approved form; enables the beam line (Authorization to start)

Contact Experiment Review Coordinator (if requested)

Review and post form

Beam line safety checklist (configuration control)

Check User training

Confirm Lead Experimenter

Experiment begins


2009 doe accelerator safety workshop nsls experiment esh review august 18 2009 a ackerman

NSLS Experiment ESH ReviewThe Form

Materials (qty; return; store; barcode)

Equipment

Tasks; Risks; Contingency plan

Waste

Specific questions

Human materials / animals (ethics)

Virus, toxin, select agent, viable

Radioactives

Laser

Wet chem

Haz waste

Magnets (stray field)

Non-NRTL electrical

Nano

Reactive (peroxide, explosive, pyrophoric …)

Cryogens

Collect and Provide Information


Nsls experiment esh review standard mx

NSLS Experiment ESH ReviewStandard MX

  • 8 Questions

    • Viable or infetious

    • Bio-toxin

    • Human tissue or body material

    • Viable recombinant DNA / RNA

    • Freeze propane from gas source

    • Other than ‘Dry shipper’

    • Heavy metal soak at NSLS

    • Any other safety issue

      ALL No = Standard Experiment Envelope


2009 doe accelerator safety workshop nsls experiment esh review august 18 2009 a ackerman

NSLS Experiment ESH ReviewExtended Review

Extended Reviews

More discussion; written plans

Ad Hoc Committee

2006: The Gas Gun

2007: NH3

2008: Powder gun; Pu


User training

User Training

Efficient; user specific

3 parts; ~1.5 hrs

BNL General Employee Radiological Training (web)

NSLS User Safety (web)

Beam Line Operational Safety Awareness (BLOSA) (hands on at beam line; local contact)

NSLS User Safety (8 sections)

Introduction (objectives ESH policy; directions)

Radiation (posting, dosimetry, shielding, interlocks, materials)

Electrical (posting, breakers, LOTO, tags, cables)

Chemicals & wastes (labeling, storage, disposal)

Other (Be, cryo, laser; magnets, compressed gas)

Facility and beamline (SAF’s, BLOSA, vacuum, unattended ops, stop work)

Emergencies (fire, evacuation, reporting)

Policy (ID badges, traffic, security, Lyme, housekeeping, Op Co)


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