Play it safe. OCFO All Hands Safety Meeting. Jeffrey A. Fernandez Chief Financial Officer November 19, 2008. Agenda. Kickoff and Welcome Cyber Security HSS Review Safety Recognition Overall Safety Stats Safety Survey Results Safety Skit and Ergo Talk Upcoming Move
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The DOE Headquarters Office of Health, Safety, and Security (HSS) inspects field sites to assure that DOE’s ISM expectations are being met.
These reviews are conducted at every DOE site and National Laboratory. In fact, LBNL is the last National Laboratory to be scheduled for this review. There is NO special reason for the review.
Safety is our business
Seven questions/statements were asked:
Betsy and Kristin
Do the do’s and not the don’ts
Use your head when getting dressed in the morning.
The steps leading to the cafeteria can be particularly hazardous
in the rain
A RED lock with a DANGER tag (photo) indicates LOTO
What does a LOTO lock and tag indicate?
Equipment is being serviced and someone could be hurt if the power is turned on
This lock may only be controlled by the servicing worker
Who uses the RED lock and tag?
ONLY trained (EHS-256) and authorized (JHA) employees may use LOTO
Despite all the environmental safety hazards, the Hill has its
Safety starts with an S but begins with YOU