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Overview 24-Hour Worker Course Susan Harwood Grant Number SH-17820-08-60-F-23
Disclaimer • This material was produced under grant number SH-17820-08-60-F-23 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views or polices of the U.S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.
Photograph Credits • The photographs utilized in this training program are courtesy of Doug Feil and Joseph Hilliard. • A special THANK YOU is extended to C.J. Mire, ESCO Marine, and Benny Ramirez, Marine Metals Inc, for their valuable time and allowing photos for the OSHA Susan Harwood shipbreaking project.
This module provides information regarding training delivery: • Instructor and participant introductions • Classroom safety issues: • Emergency notification system • Evacuation routes • Sheltering • Accountability assembly points • Emergency contact numbers
Provide personnel with knowledge and information to work safety. This will be accomplished by providing training on: • Current best safe practices in the workplace • Understanding the hazards that exist within the workplace and protecting from contact • Active worker discussion during the training • Understanding the Operational Plans for the facility • Guidelines for a workplace Safety and Health Program (SHP) • Understanding the Shipboard Emergency Action Plans and hazard assessments • PPE Selection Guide
This training has been developed for, but not limited to: • Managers • Supervisors • Foremen • Workers • Responders
Module 1:Introduction to Shipbreaking Figure 1 Liberty ship arriving in Brownsville, TX • 1.1 Pre-planning & hazard assessment • 1.2 Types of vessels • 1.3 Emergency action plans • 1.4 Gangways & signage
Module 2:General Working Conditions Figure 2 Steel stacked in yard • 2.1 Housekeeping & slips, trips, and falls • 2.2 Working surfaces • 2.3 Ladders / stairways • 2.4 Egress procedures & evacuation procedures • 2.5 Confined space entry
Module 3:PPE Figure 3 Personnel respirators and fall protection • 3.1 Hazard assessment • 3.2 PPE selection • 3.3 Training • 3.4 Cleaning, maintenance, & replacement
Module 4:Heavy Equipment & Material Moving Figure 4 Double cranes working in slip • 4.1 Hoisting, emergency, Inspection • 4.2 Winch rigging, cable, hooks, & clamps • 4.3 Personnel hoist & platforms
Module 5:Fire Protection Figure 5 Smoke after hot work on double bottom hull • 5.1 Fire response • 5.2 Fire watches • 5.3 Hotwork
Module 6:Workplace & Chemical Hazards Figure 6 Illegal shipbreaking in Port Isabel, TX • 6.1 Asbestos • 6.2 Lead • 6.3 Mercury • 6.4 PCB’s • 6.5 Cadmium
Participants will be able to: • Explain the need for pre planning to ensure worker safety when a vessel comes into port • Identify general working conditions that present hazards in the workplace • Explain the purpose of personal protective equipment (PPE) • Identify the different hazards that exist in over the water operations compared to on land operations • List some safety considerations for rigging and hoisting • Describe some ways to eliminate fires on board a vessel • Name some chemicals that present health hazards in the workplace