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Occurrence Reporting (ORPS). Lab staff are required to report significant adverse ES&H events and conditions. - Significant events include injuries/accidents, near-misses, fires, contact w/electricity, environmental releases & violations, etc.

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occurrence reporting orps
Occurrence Reporting (ORPS)
  • Lab staff are required to report significant adverse ES&H events and conditions.
      • - Significant events include injuries/accidents, near-misses, fires, contact w/electricity, environmental releases & violations, etc.
      • - Discuss events with your Division Safety Coordinator and line management as soon as possible (timeliness is important).
  • Reporting is a line management responsibility
    • Division directors and/or designees determine if the event must be formally reported (with advice from the EH&S Division Office).
  • EH&S Division Office is the Lab-wide coordinator for DOE’s Occurrence Reporting and Processing System (ORPS).
  • Divisions are responsible for tracking corrective actions in CATS.
  • For more information contact Andrew Peterson, EH&S Division (x8128)