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EETD Environmental Health and Safety Monthly Metrics March, 2013. EETD Accidents- 3/13. EETD Accidents- By Type. EETD Accidents- Severity. Note: Two accidents in Nov ’ 12 not considered OSHA reportable, but may be compensable. Emergency Incidents- 3/13. Ergonomic Assessments- By Month.

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EETD

Environmental Health and Safety

Monthly Metrics

March, 2013

eetd accidents severity
EETD Accidents- Severity

Note: Two accidents in Nov ’12 not considered OSHA reportable, but may be compensable

eetd incomplete training assignments
EETD Incomplete Training Assignments

* Feb and Mar ‘13 do not include SEC0203 “External Monitoring” Notice

incomplete training assignments total 66
Incomplete Training Assignments (Total = 66)

Open Assignments by Dept.

Open Assignments by Hire Date

significant safety achievements 3 13
Significant Safety Achievements- 3/13
  • The “Lab Area Housekeeping” self assessment report has been completed and submitted to OCA.
  • Approximately 40+ old gas cylinders have been removed from the Building 70 gas cylinder cage. There are only a few more to go.
  • Obtained a tasked-based JHA for off-site transport of some compressed gas cylinders needed for a remote location research project.
  • Four Activity Hazard Documents (AHD) were given an annual internal review and update.
  • We have achieved an all-time low for incomplete safety training assignments (66).
short term safety outlook 4 13
Short Term Safety Outlook- 4/13
  • Start work on the “On the Job Training” self-assessment project.
  • Develop EETD “New Hire Orientation” training materials.
  • Follow-up on CATS items from the housekeeping self-assessment.
  • Approximately 500 “old chemicals” will be removed from EETD lab areas on 4/2/13.
  • Work with EHSS to develop a process for identifying and removing orphan chemicals from labs.
  • Develop a procedure for returning empty gas cylinders.
  • An EETD Safety Committee Meeting will be held on 4/4/13.
  • A “Traffic Safety” brown bag seminar will be held on 4/12/13.