Physics Department Management Review. Ron Gill Mike Zarcone February 27, 2009. ESSH Self-Evaluation.
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February 27, 2009
The Physics Department has embraced the 5 core functions of Integrated Safety Management (ISM) in its conduct of work planning and control for operations and experiments. The Experimental Safety Review Form is organized into sections that are aligned with the 5 core functions – Define the scope of the Work, Identify the Hazards, Develop Controls for the Hazards, Work Within the Approved Safety Envelope, and Provide Feedback to improve or fine tune the processes.
Line Management Responsibility for ESSH.
Clear Roles and Responsibilities
All employees have R2A2s
Safety Responsibilities well defined by Department Policies
JTAs reviewed annually or as jobs change
Competence Commensurate with Responsibilities
Authorized Worker Lists
Users receive hands-on training (where applicable)
Workers are required to read and sign ESR or Work Permit
Balanced Priorities: on the grand scale, are the hazards being appropriately addressed?
Identification of ESH Standards and Requirements
Hazard Controls Tailored to Work Being Performed
For the User
For the Experimental Laboratory
For the ATF
Line Management Commitment
Group Leaders’ Commitment
Safety Observations are performed monthly by the ALD for NPP, E. Lessard (C-AD) and M. Zarcone. Other line managers from C-AD, PO, and IO attend as required.
These observations have shown to be useful in creating a safety dialog between workers and upper management.
Real time vulnerabilities have resulted in increased awareness of the adequacy of policies and the degree of compliance.