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Safety Coordinator Webinar. Safety Coordinator Webinar Agenda Introductions Current Issues/EH&S Projects New Form: Emergency Action and Fire Prevention Plan Summary of UCCE Safety Program Reviews Regulatory Update Online Training Availability UC Ready Closing Items. Introductions

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Safety Coordinator Webinar

  • Agenda
  • Introductions
  • Current Issues/EH&S Projects
  • New Form: Emergency Action and Fire Prevention Plan
  • Summary of UCCE Safety Program Reviews
  • Regulatory Update
  • Online Training Availability
  • UC Ready
  • Closing Items
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Introductions

    • EH&S team
    • Brian Oatman (baoatman@ucdavis.edu) 530-752-6024
    • Richard Smith (rvsmith@ucdavis.edu) 530-752-4165
    • Mark Barros (mjbarros@ucdavis.edu) 530-752-3933
    • Thor Benzing (tabenzing@ucdavis.edu) 530-400-5629
    • David Alamillo (daalamillo@ucdavis.edu) 530-752-7968
    • Risk Services
    • Linda Harris (olharris@ucdavis.edu) 530-752-7481
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Current Issues

  • Changes in safety programs due to ANR restructuring
    • Update IIPP Templates
    • Injury Reporting / Workers Compensation
  • Revising EH&S Policies & Procedures to Guidelines
  • Former REC-specific policy and procedures
  • Update for regulatory changes
  • Most will be inclusive of all ANR units
  • Use of ANR Safety Coordinator Collaborative Tools group
    • Discuss issues with your fellow Safety Coordinators
    • Post useful documents
  • Share regulatory information (Cal/OSHA Reporter)
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Be Smart About Safety

    • 2009/10 program
      • Nearly 300 separate requests
        • 41 CE locations, 8 RECs, 7 other units
        • $100,000 of projects approved
        • 25% of funding to ergonomic improvements
    • Similar funding for 2010/11 year
      • Expect call for requests in October
      • Please send any big project ideas
    • Projects need to improve employee safety – reduce the likelihood and/or severity of injuries
    • Funds cannot be used for replacement of general operating supplies or personal protective & safety equipment which is required by law
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ANR EH&S Orientation Training

    • Requested by REC Superintendents and Office Managers
    • Encompasses all ANR employees, students, volunteers, outside investigators
    • Training in two phases:
      • General orientation and
      • Comprehensive for specific position- or activity-related duties and tasks, including tools, equipment, machinery, policies, procedures, environments
    • Document provides links to available EH&S and UC Davis online safety training materials and information
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4-H YDP Camp Safety Guidebook

    • Derived at the request of 4-H Statewide Office and ANR Risk Services
    • Incorporates new state regulations for “Organized Camps”
    • Initial step: conducted 4-H camp survey
    • Guidebook document incorporates templates for Camp Health Care Plan, Emergency Plan, Vector Control Plan, and other required plans
    • Project oversight provided by 4-H Policy Advisory Committee
    • Document printed and made available online during April 2010
    • Follow-up step: obtain feedback on work product by conducting online survey of usefulness to 4-H YDP camps
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New Website

    • Revised with the new Sitebuilder 3.0 Tool provided by ANR Communication Services
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New Website

    • Layout/format
      • Quick links at bottom
      • Added a twitter feed containing safety updates
    • New pages/features
        • Emergency Management
        • Safety Coordinator page (Good for new SCs)
        • FAQs
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New Website

    • Training Info
    • New online courses available linked from our site
      • List of courses is also on our site
      • Must have a UC Davis sign in to access.
    • New training videos
      • Most videos are on DVD but some are online
    • If you know of a resource, tell us
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New Website

      • In the past year we have added
        • 11 new Safety Note
        • 8 new Clover Safe Notes
        • Updated guidelines (On going)
        • New Camp Safety Guidebook
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Self-Audit Guidance

  • Give guidance to locations so that they can perform their own program reviews
  • Accompanied with a sample program review report form
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New Emergency Action and Fire Prevention Plan (EAFPP)

  • Why:
  • Needed to update existing Building Evacuation Plan to also include the Fire Prevention Plan regulations.
  • Plan Complies with Title 8, Section 3220 & 3221
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New Emergency Action and Fire Prevention Plan (EAFPP)

  • How it works:
  • Fill in just like the old Building Evacuation Plan or IIPP
  • Adds fire prevention information to the plan
  • Additional responsibilities to some employees during an emergency
  • Lists of emergency equipment location and maintenance
  • Your goal: Complete new EAFPP by Jan. 2011
  • We will help you in anyway we can!!!
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Summary of CE Program Reviews

    • The Safety Program Review complies with Cal-OSHA Injury and Illness Prevention Program requirements. (CCR/Title 8, Section 3203)
    • This summary addresses program reviews conducted by the ANR EH&S office between January 2009 and July 2010.
    • Nine CE facilities were visited with a total of 108 violations/discrepancies observed during the reviews.
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Summary of CE Program Reviews

    • The top 5 violations observed are:
    • POSTINGS
    • A. Evacuation Map without contacts included
    • B. Tractor operator rules not posted
    • C. No warning sign for low voltage fence posted
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Summary of CE Program Reviews

    • Two violations tied for second place.
      • ELECTRICAL
    • A. Outlet within 6 feet of water source without a GFI
    • B. Electrical power cord damaged
    • C. Power strips are connected together
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Summary of CE Program Reviews

    • 2. FIRE SAFETY
    • A. Access to fire extinguisher is blocked
    • B. Fire extinguisher is not provided as required
    • C. Annual fire extinguisher inspection not current
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Summary of CE Program Reviews

    • Two violations tied for fourth place.
      • RECORDS
    • A. Documentation of training is not complete
    • B. Documentation of pre-shift inspections of tractors is not available
    • C. An inventory of chemicals is not available
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Summary of CE Program Reviews

    • 4. SECURE STORAGE
    • A. No retainer for materials stored over six feet in height
    • B. Cabinets and book cases not secured to the building for seismic safety
    • C. Materials stored to the ceiling in violation of Fire Code
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Summary of CE Program Reviews

    • CONCLUSION:
    • ANR EH&S has a goal of providing a program review at each CE facility every five years
    • Please make a request if your office would like to have EH&S conduct additional annual program reviews
    • Remember…A program review is required at least annually by Cal-OSHA
    • You can use the forms from the ANR EH&S website to conduct an annual program review
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Heat Illness Prevention Update

  • From 1991 through 2000, approximately 2,000 heat-related fatalities occurred and about 25,000 heat-related illness occurred during the same time
  • In order to reduce our exposure to a potential heat-related illness, and comply with regulations, any employee who works outdoors needs the following:
  • Written plans and training materials related to heat illness
  • Training on the signs, symptoms and risk factors for heat illness
  • Access to a shaded area
  • Access to drinking water (one quart per employee per hour)
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Heat Illness Prevention Update

  • CCR/8-3395: Heat Illness Prevention in Outdoor Places of Employment
  • The Cal/OSHA Standards Board has adopted recommended revisions to the state heat illness prevention standard
  • The revisions include:
  • “Shade up” provisions when temperatures reach 85oF and “high-heat” procedures at 95oF
  • Clarifies what constitutes a “shade break” and creates exemptions from the shade-up for employers for whom it is not feasible to provide an alternative
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Heat Illness Prevention Update

  • SHADE UP provisions are required when the temperature exceeds 85oF
  • The employer shall have and maintain one or more areas with shade at all times while employees are present
  • The amount of shade present shall be at least enough to accommodate 25% of the employees on the shift at any time
  • Employees must be able to sit in a normal posture fully in the shade without having to be in physical contact each other
  • The shade area shall be located as close as practicable to where employees are working
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Heat Illness Prevention Update

  • HIGH-HEAT procedures shall be implemented when the temperature equals or exceeds 95oF and include the following:
  • Ensuring that effective communication by voice, or electronic means is maintained at the work site to contact a supervisor when necessary
  • Reminding employees during the work shift to drink plenty of water
  • Close supervision of new employees by a supervisor or designee for the first 14 days of employment
  • REMEMBER
  • Employees shall be allowed and encouraged to take a cool-down rest in shade for a period of no less than five minutes at a time when they feel the need to do so
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UC Ready: A Continuity Planning Tool

  • UC ANR faces a variety of risks ranging from natural disasters to localized emergencies
  • By taking steps to manage risk, we can:
    • Reduce our chances of loss
    • Create greater stability
    • Protect our resources
  • A University of California system-wide effort was launched to increase “event-readiness,” this is UC Ready
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UC Ready: A Continuity Planning Tool

  • Continuity planning is…
  • How to stay in business in the event of a disruption or disaster, either localized or regional
  • Planning for the work that must continue, when the usual resources (staff, facilities, etc.) are not available
  • Strategic planning to ensure an organization is prepared to continue its mission-critical functions when an adverse event occurs
  • Different from Emergency or Disaster planning, in that it is used once life and safety are secure and is used to help you to continue or resume business operations
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UC Ready: A Continuity Planning Tool

      • Through Continuity Planning we can
      • Identify the impact of potential losses
      • Formulate and implement viable recovery strategies
      • Develop recovery plans that ensure continuance of our critical services and functions in the event of an emergency, disaster, or disruption
      • Create a disaster-resistant and disaster-resilient institution, with effective crisis and consequence management capability
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UC Ready: A Continuity Planning Tool

      • UC Ready characteristics:
        • Online planning tool
        • Form-based with drop-down menus and fill-in-the-blanks
        • Built in step-by-step guidance
        • No need for prior experience is needed
      • UC Ready plans identify:
        • Critical Functions
        • Information and Strategies
        • Essential Personnel
        • Planning Strategies
        • Action Items
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UC Ready: A Continuity Planning Tool

      • We will begin work in Jan. 2011 on plans for the CE locations
      • We will contact County Directors to provide information about this process
      • For information on our Emergency Management program, Continuity Planning, and UC Ready:
        • Visit our website: http://safety.ucanr.org/
      • David AlamilloEmergency & Continuity Planner 530-752-7968
      • daalamillo@ucdavis.edu
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Closing

  • UC Systemwide Survey of EH&S Policy
    • Looked at implementation and understanding of UC EH&S Policy
    • Results
    • How do we improve – reach next level?
      • Measure safety performance and set goals
      • Establish safety in all job descriptions and performance evaluations
      • Health & safety are “owned” by all staff
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Closing

  • Reminder – please tell us about any regulatory inspections
  • What else do you need to succeed as Safety Coordinator?
  • Do you want future webinars on specific, detailed topics?
  • What topics?
  • Questions?