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  1. Welcome!2008 DOE Accelerator Safety Workshop

  2. Speakers Please pre-load your talk during break prior to your presentation See Cynthia for assistance

  3. Services Computers Upstairs mezzanine Copy & fax assistance Front desk Pay phone Front desk Courtesy phone/local calls Front desk ATM North atrium Quark Café 7-10am & 1130-2pm

  4. Your Safety is Our Priority If a fire alarm sounds: • Exit this room, turning left into the hallway • Take first (immediate) right through two sets of double doors out to the loading dock • Move away from the building until instructed to return

  5. Wireless is available throughout this building Instructions in your registration packet

  6. Lunch for all workshop attendees will be served in (this) main meeting room F113

  7. Group Dinner Tonight August 12th Al Fresco Restaurant (directions in your folder) 6:15 pm Assemble in atrium for carpooling (If you have a car, please share a ride) 6:30 pm Dinner Note: Dinner is optional and on your own – but please sign up at registration desk if you plan to go

  8. JLab Tour Thursday August 14th 10:10 a.m. Please sign up now at the registration table

  9. Rooms Meeting Rooms • All Plenary F113 • Breakout Sessions F113, F224-225 ,226, F326-327 • Sign-up sheets in the back of the room • Lunch/Breaks F113

  10. Safety Middle of Lobby on West Wall

  11. ABIH CE Points Approval(Thanks Richard Owen) Submitted for AAHP CE Points Pre-approval

  12. 2008 DOE Accelerator Safety WorkshopIntroduction and Objectives

  13. Objectives • Network • Share Experience, Concerns, Clarifications • Outcomes • Better understanding of safety issues facing accelerator facilities in 2008-2009 • Recommendations for action • Who? • What? • When? • How? • Reports • Guidance • Standard • White Paper • Technical Report • Let Sleeping dogs….

  14. Show of hands… • How many of you have been to one of the previous Accelerator Safety Workshops?

  15. How? • (Quasi) Informal working sessions • Mix of broad and focused subject matter • Open to new ideas and solutions • Mix of DOE and Contractor representatives

  16. Schedule Outline

  17. Last Year-2007 • Electrical Safety (P. Anthony) • Pressure Systems (I. Campisi) • Nano Materials (F. Kornegay) • Neutron Weighting Factors (D. Cossairt) • Radiological Waste – Suspension Metals (S. Frey) • Interlock Systems (G. Zeman) • Lessons Learned http://www.sc.doe.gov/sc-31/esh/accelerator_safety_workshops.shtml

  18. This Year-2008 • Electrical Safety – Not Addressed this year. DOE Handbook Update/ISA Standard • Pressure Systems – Implementation of ASME Code Req. • Nano Materials – Focus on Identified Unique IH Issues • Neutron Weighting Factors – Measurements and Recommendations • Radiological Waste – Suspension Metals – Proposed Plans • Interlock Systems – Questions on Standards/Guidance/QA • Lessons Learned – LL in the era of 10CFR851

  19. New This Year-2008 • Panel Sessions • Experience with HSS external ISM reviews • Experience with Implementation of Accel. Safety Order • Accelerator Safety Order • Perspective from Office of Science • ASO Working Groups?

  20. Things to Keep in Mind • How do the issues apply to accelerator facility safety? • Context within Accelerator Safety Order (ASO) • Safety Assessment Documents (SAD) • Accelerator Safety Envelopes (ASE) • Unidentified Safety Issue (USI) process • Context within Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) • 10CFR835 • 10CFR851 • 10CFR830? • How can we work together to improve safety within the DOE Accelerator Community?

  21. Let’s Get Started!