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					                                                                                                                                                                                 Environmental Health and Safety
                                                                                    Administrative Activities Report FY09
                                                   Periodic Administrative Services Provided by SHERM Leadership and Technical Staff
                                                              September      October       November     December    January       February     March       April          May         June        July       August       TOTAL

RESEARCH SUPPORT SERVICES

Safety Committee meetings hosted/supported                               4            2            4           2              4           2            4           2            4            2           4            2           36

Total number of research protocols reviewed                              0          24            26           7           21             9         11             5            11           12          6         15         147

Grant certificates of environmental compliance*                          0            1            0           0              0           0            0           3            1            0           3            4           12

No. of temporary worker safety assessments                               2            1            1           0              0           1            1           2            13           6           6            5           38

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Number of media interviews                                               3            0            2           1              0           1            0           4            6            2           1            1           21

Viewership/readership                                              982,550             0       79,319          0              0       60,000           0   1,136,550     1,852,291     246,756     154,293      45,444    4,557,203

OUTREACH TRAINING & EDUCATION

Number of extramural training sessions                                   7            4            6           2              1           4            4           4            5            2           5                        44

Total number of extramural people trained                              588         202          289           97         210            349         66         186            686            54       124                   2,851

Number of academic course guest lectures                                 0            0            2           0              0           0            0           1            0            1           0                          4

Number of student interns hosted                                         2            0            0           0              0           0            0           0            0            3           3            3

                                                                                                                                  *certificates required for DoD grants. Initial FY09 DoD awards as per OSP $12MM


                                                       Routine Administrative Services Provided by Administrative Support Personnel
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT III                                 SR. SUPPORT SPECIALIST                                APPLICATIONS SUPPORT SPECIALIST                     SR. STAFF ASSISTANT
Provides support for the faculty and other members of        Provides main office coverage at OCB and main         Maintains primary departmental information          Maintains necessary inventory, maintenance, licensure,
the four institutional safety committees, consisting of 36   phone line coverage                                   system (EH&S Assistant)                             and registration information for fleet of 75 institutional
meetings/yr and processing of approximately 150                                                                                                                        vehicles
research protocols involving potentially hazardous           Executes the purchasing, receiving, tracking,         Creates and updates EH&S databases
materials                                                    payment and reconciliation of approximately                                                               Performs initial and ongoing driver's license checks for
                                                             $700,000 annually in departmental services and        Designs, maintains departmental website,            drivers wishing to operate state vehicles and facilities
Provides timekeeping, payroll and other human                supplies                                              and content for on-line training                    compliance with driver safety training requirements for
resource support functions for 32 FTE                                                                                                                                  387 authorized drivers
                                                             Maintains central office files                        Provides front office and phone coverage at
Prepares, monitor, and reconciles 13 departmental                                                                  CYF facility                                        Maintains inventory for insurance policies for vehicles,
budgets representing a total value of $2.3M annually         Provides general accounting                                                                               equipment, fine arts, and flood risks
                                                                                                                   Maintains training room schedules and
Billing and accounts receivable to revenue generating        Balance monthly general ledger                        videoconferencing capabilities                      Submits invoices and collect premiums from units
activities of department, representing approximately                                                                                                                   accessing these various insurance policies
$200,000/yr                                                  Coordinates department travel                         Creates and maintains safety training
                                                                                                                   records and certificates                            Provides back up Workers' Compensation processing,
Maintain departmental asset inventory valued at                                                                                                                        office, and phone coverage
$150,000

Provides office and phone coverage
                                                                                                                                              Environmental Health & Safety
                                                                                                                                                  Biological Safety Program

                                                                                                  Monthly Activity Summary FY 09
                                                      September   October   November   December    January   February   March   April   May    June    July   August   TOTALS
SURVEILLANCE
    Laboratory Surveys (BSL-2)                           31         22         16         18         44        48        59      15     20      97      79      26      475
    Laboratory Surveys (BSL-3)                            4          3         4          4           4         3         5      5       6      6       3       3        50
    Clinic Surveys                                       11          8         8          12          8         8        12      8       9      12      8       9       104

    TOTAL                                                46         33         28         34         56        59        76      28     35      115     90      38      638
    Total deficiencies noted                              9         8          8          7          6         26        12      6      10      12     22       5       131

    Deficiencies corrected On-Site                        1         0          1          3          1          9        0       2      1       3       1       2       24

    Deficiencies to be corrected by PI / Researcher       7         7          7          3          5         16        11      4      8       9      19       3       99

    Deficiencies to be corrected by EH&S                  0         1          0          0          0          1        1       0      1       0       2       0        6

    Deficiencies to be corrected by Facilities            1         0          0          1          0          0        0       0      0       0       0       0        2

    Deficiency follow-up surveys                         8          8          7          4          5         17        12      4      10      9      21       3       108

    Deficiencies found corrected                         4          2          1          3          0          5        2       0      9       7      12       3       48

    Deficiencies Outstanding                             4          6          6          1          5         12        10      4      1       2       9       0       60

OCCUPATIONAL & ENV. MONITORING
    Bioaerosol / IAQ monitoring                           0          0         1          0           0         0         0      0       0      0       0       0        1
    Biological Safety Cabinet (visual)                   13         17         6          11         14        17        11      14      8      21      25      13      170

    TOTAL                                                13         17         7          11         14        17        11      14      8      21      25      13      171
INCIDENT RESPONSE
    Biological agent spills                               1          1         0          1           1         2         1      2       1      0       1       0        11
    Indoor Mold Assessments                               1          0         1          1           1         0         0      0       2      0       1       0        7
    IAQ / Odor complaints                                 0          1         2          0           0         0         0      0       0      0       0       1        4
    Others (injury, ventilation)                          0          3         1          0           0         1         0      0       0      0       0       0        5

    TOTAL                                                 2          5         4          2           2         3         1      2       3      0       2       1        27
INVESTIGATION (INJURY / EXPOSURE)
    Suspected exposure to an infectious agent             0          0         0          0           1         1         0      1       0      1       0       1        5
    Injury due to physical agent (ergo, etc)              1          1         0          1           0         3         1      4       2      0       0       0        13
    Others                                                1          1         0          0           0         2         1      0       0      1       0       0        6
    Employee Needlesticks Reported                        0          0         0          0           2         3         2      3       1      1       0       1        13
    Student Needlesticks Reported                         0          8         2          5           2         0         2      1       1      0       1       0        22
    Resident Needlesticks Reported                        0          1         5          4           2         4         0      2       2      1       0       0        21

    TOTAL                                                 2         11         7          10          7        13         6      11      6      4       1       2        80
ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW
    Protocol screening                                   16         20         12         9          13         8         5      9      15      9       9       0       125
    Protocol review                                      10         11         7          4           9         6         1      5       7      4       5       3        72
    Project review                                        1          0         0          0           0         1         0      1       0      1       0       0        4

    TOTAL                                                27         31         19         13         22        15         6      15     22      14      14      3       201
TRAINING
    Lab & Clinic Safety including BBP                    67         79         32         27         84        42        40      38     32      59      72      28      600
    Annual BBP Refresher                                 68         11         2          13         21         1        22      10     232     1       3       5       389
    Shipping Packages                                     1          6         7          0           1        12        13      5      25      26      0       12      108
    Other                                                 1          0         50         0           0        14        0       1      2       2       3       0       73
    TOTAL                                                137        96         91         40         106       69        75      54     291     88      78      45      1170
STAFF CONTINUING EDUCATION (hours)                        6         29         10         8          50        10         7      45     15      16      14      18      228
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                                                                                                                                                                         Environmental Health And Safety
                                                                                                                                                                                Chemical Safety Program
                                                                              Monthly Activity Summary FY09
                                                             September   October       November December   January       February   March        April        May          June        July        August       TOTALS
SURVEILLANCE
    Chemical Safety Surveys                                         80         96            52       68         78           137       229          211            86        118             93        80         1328
    Controlled Substances Surveys                                    2             2          1        2             2          2            2            1          1             0           2            1        18
    Laboratory Close out Survey                                      3         22             2        3             0          0            3            0          3             6           2            1        45
    Total deficiencies noted                                        29         49             9       27         27            41           39           21         21            33          37        26          359

    Deficiencies corrected On-Site                                   3             0          1        6             6          6            4            2          1             6           6            3        44
    Deficiencies to be corrected by PI                              21         42             7       21         20            34           29           19         18            27          28        22          288
    Deificiencies to be corrected by EH&S                            4             3          1        0             1          0            6            0          2             0           2            1        20
    Deficiencies to be corrected by Facility Operations              1             4          0        0             0          1            0            0          0             0           1            0            7
    Deficiency follow-up surveys                                    12         15             7       15             2         13           14           16         14            11                                119
    Deficiencies found corrected                                     0             5          7       11             2         13            8            2          2             3                                 53
    Deficiencies Outstanding                                        26         49             1       10         19            22           20           16          6            25                                194
OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE MONITORING & ASSESSMENT
    Chemical Fume Hood Assessment                                   20         27             8       16         22            17           23           16         13            21          13        16          212
    Indoor Air Quality Monitoring                                    0             1          0        0             2          3            1            1          0             0           1            1        10
    Chemical Exposure Monitoring                                     1             1          1        0             0          2            0            0          3             1           1            3        13
    Other Monitoring (Noise, etc.)                                   1         1              1        0             0          0            0            0          0             2           0            0            5
    Total                                                          22         30            10        16        24             22       24               17         16            24          15        20          240
INCIDENT RESPONSE
    IAQ / Odor Complaints                                            4             4          9        6             5          3            3            3          2             0           2            6        47
    Broken Mercury Thermometer                                       0             0          0        1             0          0            0            2          0             2           0            0            5
    Chemical Spill/Cleanup                                           0             0          3        2             2          1            1            0          0             0           1            2        12
    Others (Injuries, Hood Ventilation, Water Leaks, etc.)           3             4          2        1             1          1            0            1          0             1           0            0        14
    Total                                                           7          8            14        10         8              5           4             6          2             3           3            8        78
INVESTIGATION (INJURY/EXPOSURE)
    Suspected Chemical Exposure                                      0             0          0        0             1          1            0            0          1             0           1            1            5
    Others (Ergonomics, Physical)                                    1             0          0        0             0          3            3            1          1             0           1            1        11
ADMINISTRATIVE REVIEW
    Protocol Screening                                               2             3          2        1             2          2            1            4          1             2           2            5        27
    Protocol Review                                                  1             2          1        5             4          1            3            0          1             2           6            0        26
    Project Review                                                   1             1          2        1             0          3            2            1          1             0           0            0        12
    Total                                                           4          6             5         7         6              6           6             5          3             4           8            5        65
TRAINING
    Basic Hazard Communication                                     125         87            32       40         99            42           54           40         35            59          72        28          713
    Other Training Provided                                          1             2          1        0             1         24            0            7          0             0           0            0        36
    Respirator Fit Testing and Training                              3             2          1        3             1         24            2       351             6            12           3            2       410
    Total                                                         129         91            34        43       101             90       56           398            41            71          75        30         1159
STAFF CONTINUING EDUCATION (HOURS)                                  16         14            12       12         24            30           16           16         12            50          20        20          242
                                                                                                                                                             Environmental Health & Safety
                                                                                                                                     Fire, Life Safety, & Emergency Preparedness Program

                                                                   Monthly Activity Report FY 2009
Description                                                  September   October       November       December       January   February    March       April       May       June       July       August    TOTALS
Facility Inspections, Checks, and Surveys
           Portable Fire Extinguishers Checked                     669       372            380            669           382        351       680         442       351        680        442         400       5818
           Building Safety Reviews (floors surveyed)                42         48            13             38            48         13        38          48        13         42         48          13        404
           Building Safety Deficiencies Corrected / Found            -             -              -              -     25/25         7/7      3/8       25/39       4/35      13/44       0/40        0/13     42/158
           Lease Space Reviews                                       0             0          0              4             2          0            0           0         0          0          0        0          6
           Mechanical Rooms Surveyed                                 4             7         30              0            50         20        34          66        57             3      17          30        318
           Mechanical Room Deficiencies Corrected / Found            -             -              -              -       4/5         5/6      2/2        5/36       0/36        0/0       0/16         0/2      16/85
           Hallway Clearance, Egress Checks                         16         17            17             16            16         15        15          15        15         14         15          14        185
           Safety Showers & Eyewashes Inspected                     79       117            120             85           117        120        85         152       120         85        152         120       1352
Fire Alarm Related Activities
           New Devices Tested/Devices Accepted                     1/5        6/6            0/0            6/5          0/0      80/76       0/0       87/87        0/0      23/23     89/85        19/19    203/202
           Fire Alarm Events                                        10             9          5              6             8         12        10              3         4          4          7        3         81
           Trouble Events                                           55         65            48            102           140         60        97          44        50         28         54          55        798
           Fire Drills                                               1             3          1              2             2          2            3           2         4          2          3        2         27
           Annual Fire Alarm Inspections                             1             1          1              0             0          1            0           2         1          0          2        2         11
Supression Related Activities
           Weekly Fire Pump Tests                                   18         16             9             19            17         12        12          11        11         11         10          11        157
           Annual Sprinkler Inspections                              1             1          1              0             0          1            0           2         1          0          2        2         11
           Special Hazard & Alternative System Inspections           1             2          2              0             1          0            0           2         1          0          1        0         10
           Annual Fire Extinguishers Inspected                     661       169              9            669           133        234            0       63       111             0      84           0       2133
           Quarterly Tamper & Water Flow Inspections                 1             4          5              1             6          5            1           5         5          1          5        4         43
           Hydrotests / New Systems Accepted                       1/1        0/0            0/0            0/0          0/0         0/0      0/0         0/0        0/0        0/0        0/0         0/0        1/1
Construction / Renovation / Facility Related Activities
           Plan Reviews                                              3             2          2              0             1          0            4           1         0          0          0        2         15
           Hot Works Permits Submitted / Inspected                 7/0       10/0           14/0           14/3         20/7       14/2      21/5        20/2       21/7      27/12       15/3        14/3     168/38
           Fire Impairment Permits Submitted & Inspected           1/1        2/1            0/0            0/0          3/1         7/6      0/0         1/1        0/0        1/1        1/1         2/1      15/11
           Job Safety Analysis Reviews                               2             2          1              2             1          5            2           4         2          5          5        3         34
           Site Safety Surveys                                       4             3          2              4             2          2            4           6         6          6          5        4         48
Asbestos Activities
           Surveys Performed                                         2             5          2              0             3          2            0           1         1          2          3        1         22
           Number Samples                                            2             4          5              0             0          0            0           0         0          7      10           3         31
           Abatement Jobs Managed                                    1             7          2              0             1          2            0           1         1          1          2        1         19
           Amount Abated (ft2)                                     345      1162             20              0           415        685            0      777       1566       471        497         395       6333
           Amount Abated (linear feet)                               0             0         10              0             0          0            0           0         0          0          0        0         10
Training
           Individuals Trained                                       0         95            25            151           166         14            0           9     31         42             0       47        580
           Staff Continuing Education Hours                         10         16            18             17            17         15        13          17        22         22         20          18        205
                                                                                                                                                            Environmental Health & Safety
                                                                                                                                                                 Radiation Safety Program
                                                                                                       Radiation Safety Program
                                                                                                   Monthly Activity Summaries FY 2009

                                                       September   October   November   December     January    February    March       April        May        June        July        August       TOTALS
RADIOACTIVE INVENTORY
     Vials Inspected                                         18         33        20         30            45         44        32              30         21          36          34        30        373
     mCi Distributed                                        115        150        123        139          156        285       129          135        117         129         239          153       1870
     Total Inventory (mCi)                                  426        446        488        435          512        498       514          471        451         465         583          519       5808
     Deliveries                                               2          5         5          5             3         10            7           4          3           4           7             3      58

AUTHORIZED USERS
     Authorized Users - current                             160        159        160        160          161        161       161          161        162         163         163          164       1935
     Authorized Users - added                                 2          2         1          0             1          0            0           0          1           1           0             1       9
     Authorized Users - deleted                               2          3         0          0             0          0            0           0          0           0           0             0       5
     Total Authorized Labs                                  371        377        377        355          353        354       352          351        348         349         349          349       4285
     New Protocols with AU's                                  3         15         1          0             1          0            0           2          3           1           0             1      27
     New Amendments with AU's                                 1          0        19          0             2          0            1           1          1           1           0             1      27

RAD LABORATORY INSPECTIONS
     Labs Inspected                                          28         51        34         29            24         60        39              57         49          26          29        53        479
     Rad Deficiencies Noted                                  11         14        10         14             5          5        13              15         7           14          11        9         128
     Deficiencies Corrected on Site                           2          7         0          4             3          1            3           7          1           1           1             1      31
     Deficiencies To Be Corrected by PI                       2          1        10          8             2          3            4           2          0           1           1             1      35
     Deficiencies To Be Corrected by EH&S                     0          5         0          0             0          1            2           5          1           1           1             0      16
     Deficiencies To Be Corrected by Facilities               0          0         0          2             0          0            0           0          0           0           0             0       2
     Deficiency Follow-up Surveys                            11         16        12          9             4         25        15              20         11          18          11        10        162
     Deficiency Follow-up Surveys Found Corrected             1         14         3          2             2          1            3           1          7           18          8         12         72
     Deficiencies Outstanding                                 6          0         9          7             2          3            7           5          5           8           6         11         69

PERSONNEL DOSIMETRY
     Monthly Badges                                          83         92        117        111          106        207       230          226        219         230         230          241       2092
     Quarterly (Administrative) Badges                      164        164        163        164          160        160       154          156        157         158         158          161       1919
     Total Participants                                     247        256        280        275          266        367       384          382        376         388         388          402       4011
     Badges Not Returned                                      4          9         6          4             5         10        23              22         15          10          12            8     128
     Dose Assessments of Non-Administrative Badges            3          0         1          0             0          0            0           0          1           1           0             0       6
     Dose Exceeding ALARA Limit                               1          0         1          0             1          0            0           0          1           1           0             0       5

BIOASSAY
     Bioassays                                                0          0         0          0             0          2            0           3
                                                                                                                                                3          0           0           0             0       5

TRAINING
     Participants Completed Basic Radiation Training          6          6        18         13             0          8            5           6          9           13          1             8      93
     Other Education (attendance)                             0         20         0          0             0          0            0           0          14          4           17            0      55

DEVICES
     Sealed Source Leak Tests                                 0          0         0         80             0          7            0           1          73          0           0             0     161
     X-Ray Machine Inspections                                0         73         0          0            74          0            0           74         0           0           74            0     295
     Instrument Calibrations                                 10         17         4          3            13         12        16              6          4           5           5             0      95
     Laser Inspections                                        0          0         0         11             0          0            0           0          0           10          7             0      28

OTHER SERVICES
     Irradiation Escorts by RSP staff                       N/A        N/A        17          9            23         33        18              48         30          48          26        23        275
     Incident Investigations                                  0          0         0          0             0          0            1           0          0           0           1             0       2
     Off-Site Shipments                                       1          1         1          1             2          2            2           2          1           1           2             1      17
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                                                                                                                                                                                                          Environmental Protection Program

                                                                                                   RADIOACTIVE WASTE PROGRAM FY 2009
                                                                                                   September   October    November December        January        February    March         April         May                         June      July        August    TOTALS

WASTE GENERATED

Solid W aste (ft3)                    Regulated - 22Na, 36Cl                                            0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00              0.00       0.00       0.00           0.00                 0.00                0.00     0.00         0.00      0.00
                                      Decay in Storage - < 90 day                                      14.70       7.35       7.35       7.35              7.35      14.70      14.70           0.00                 0.00               29.40     7.35        22.05    132.30
(compacted)*                          Exempt - <300 day T 1/2                                           0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00              0.00       0.00          0.00        0.00                 0.00                0.00     0.00         0.00      0.00
                                      Exempt - 3H, 14C, 125 I                                           7.35      14.70       7.35       7.35              7.35       7.35          7.35        0.00                 0.00               29.40    14.70        22.05    124.95

                     3
Liquid W aste (ft )                   Bulk Liquid                                                       0.53       1.87       2.61       0.00              4.14       5.88          2.14        7.49                 5.75                1.29     1.74         1.29     34.73

LS Vials (ft3)                        Exempt - <300 day T 1/2                                          14.70      14.70      14.70       0.00              7.35      14.70          0.00        0.00                 7.35               29.40     7.35         7.35    117.60
                                                   3     14     125
                                      Exempt - H,          C,                I                         14.70      14.70       0.00       7.35              7.35       7.35          0.00        0.00                 7.35               14.70     0.00         7.35     80.85

Biological W aste(ft3)                Regulated                                                         0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00              0.00       0.00          0.00        0.00                 0.00                0.00     0.00         0.00      0.00
                                      Exempt - 3H, 14C, 125I                                            0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00              0.00       0.00          0.00        0.00                 0.00                0.20     0.00         0.00      0.20
                                      Exempt - <300 day T 1/2                                           0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00              0.00       0.00          0.00        0.00                 0.00                0.00     0.00         0.00      0.00

TOTAL(ft3)                                                                                             51.98      53.32      32.01      22.05         33.54          49.98      24.19           7.49       20.45                       104.39    31.14        60.09    490.63

WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD
                 3
Solid W aste (ft )                    Landfill - LLRW DF                                                0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00              0.00       0.00       0.00           0.00                 0.00                0.00     0.00         0.00      0.00
                                      Landfill - Decay in Storage                                      14.70       7.35       7.35       7.35              7.35      14.70      14.70           0.00                 0.00               29.40     7.35        22.05    132.30
(compacted)*                          Landfill - <300 day T 1/2                                         0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00              0.00       0.00          0.00        0.00                 0.00                0.00     0.00         0.00      0.00
                                                   3
                                      Landfill -       H, 14C, 125 I                                    7.35      14.70       7.35       7.35              7.35       7.35          7.35        0.00                 0.00               29.40    14.70        22.05    124.95
                                      Other                                                                                                                                                                                                                              0.00

Liquid W aste (ft3)                   Release to Sanitary Sewer                                         0.53       1.87       2.61       0.00              4.14       5.88          2.14        7.49                 5.75                1.29     1.74         1.29     34.73

LS Vials (ft3)                        Shredded/Landfill                                                29.40      29.40      14.70       7.35         14.70          22.05          0.00        0.00       14.70                        44.10     7.35        14.70    198.45
                                      Contractor (Perma Fix/Duratec)                                    0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00              0.00       0.00          0.00        0.00                 0.00                0.00     0.00         0.00      0.00

Biological W aste (ft3)               Landfill - LLRW DF                                                0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00              0.00       0.00          0.00        0.00                 0.00                0.00     0.00         0.00      0.00
                                      Incineration - CLAMC                                              0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00              0.00       0.00          0.00        0.00                 0.00                0.20     0.00         0.00      0.20
                                      Landfill - <300 day                                               0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00              0.00       0.00          0.00        0.00                 0.00                0.00     0.00         0.00      0.00

TOTAL (ft3)                                                                                            51.98      53.32      32.01      22.05         33.54          49.98      24.19           7.49       20.45                       104.39    31.14        60.09    490.63

Waste Cost Obligations ($)                                                                            $8,000     $7,800     $4,900     $4,450        $4,900         $7,350     $6,000               $0         $900                   $20,700   $6,450      $12,900   $84,350


Waste Expenditrures ($)
Shipped                               Landfill - LLRW DF                                                  $0        $0         $0          $0               $0          $0           $0             $0                           $0       $0           $0        $0       $0
                                      Landfill - McCarty Rd. (Houston)                                    $0        $0         $0          $0               $0          $0           $0             $0                           $0       $0           $0        $0       $0
                                      Storage - Ft. Stockton (UT-System)                                  $0        $0         $0          $0               $0          $0           $0             $0                           $0       $0           $0        $0       $0

Expenditure Totals ($)                                                                                    $0        $0         $0          $0               $0          $0           $0             $0                           $0       $0           $0        $0       $0


Environmental Protection
Program Savings                                                                                       $8,000     $7,800     $4,900     $4,450        $4,900         $7,350     $6,000               $0         $900                   $20,700   $6,450      $12,900   $84,350

* W aste compaction results in a 3/1 ratio between waste volume generated and waste volume disposed.




                                                                                                                 Radioactive Waste Program Detail
                                                                                                                                                                                                $40,000
                                                                                 340.00
                                                                                 320.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                $35,000
                                                                                 300.00
                                                                                 280.00
                                                                                 260.00                                                                                                         $30,000
                                                                                 240.00
                                                                                 220.00                                                                                                         $25,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Program Savings ($)



                                                                                 200.00
                                                                Cubic Feet




                                                                                 180.00                                                                                                         $20,000
                                                                                 160.00
                                                                                 140.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                $15,000
                                                                                 120.00
                                                                                 100.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                $10,000
                                                                                  80.00
                                                                                  60.00
                                                                                  40.00                                                                                                         $5,000

                                                                                  20.00
                                                                                   0.00                                                                                                         $0
                                                                                                  October
                                                                                          September           DecemberJanuary February March
                                                                                                        November                                   April      May     June   July      August



                                                                                                                                 Waste Generated                     Program Savings
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                                                                          CHEMICAL WASTE PROGRAM FY 2009
                                                                     September       October   November    December    January   February   March       April        May        June         July        August       TOTALS

WASTE GENERATED
                                    Research Laboratories
Chemical Waste (lbs)                     (MSB)                              778          826        757         667       1160        831     1,527       1,004        916         595          487        1,065        10,613
                                         (DBB, MSI)                             80        96         88         218        221         77      128              72     128         170          163           89         1,530
                                         (DAC)                                   0         0          0          24          0         24           0           16          0           0            0        24           88
                                         (SPH, SONSCC)                          16         0          0          32         32         73           0           32         78           0            0        12          275
                                         (SRB)                                  44        75        117           0         15         66       56         108             32      116              32        59          720

                                    Facility Wastes                       2,893        3,080       3,233       4,000     1,979      1,093           0            0     525         159               0            0     16,962
Lamps, Batteries, Used Oil (lbs)
                                    Auxiliary Enterprise Wastes                  0         0          0        3,600         0          0           0            0          0           0            0            0      3,600

TOTAL (lbs)                                                               3,811        4,077       4,195       8,541      3407      2,164     1,711       1,232       1,679      1,040          682        1,249        33,788


WASTE DISPOSAL
Solid/Waste (lbs)                   Veolia                                       0     4,910       2,400       6,000         0      4,357           0     4,447             0           0     3,000               0     25,114
                                    Chemical Re-Use                              0        34          0           0         16         24       32              16          8          16            8            8       162
                                    Other (PETAG)                                0         0          0           0          0          0           0            0          0           0            0     1,281         1,281
                                    Environmental Light Recyclers         2,093            0          0           0       1979      1,093           0            0     525              0            0            0      5,690
                                    Interstate/Call 2 Recycle                    0        15        833           0          0          0           0            0          0      139               0            0       987
                                    BFI McCarty Rd (non regulated)               0         0          0           0          0          0           0     1,060             0           0            0            0      1,060
                                    Cont. Sub. (No. of disposals)                1         4          0           0          3          0           2            1          1           4            3            2        21
TOTAL (lbs)                                                               2,093        4,959       3,233       6,000     1,995      5,474       32        5,523        533         155        3,008        1,289        34,294


WASTE COST OBLIGATIONS($)                                                $1,797      $17,842      $7,741     $18,000    $3,288    $13,690   $1,596      $17,319      $1,037     $3,138      $11,274       $1,524        98,245

WASTE EXPENDITURES($)
Shipped Chemicals                   Veolia                                      $0    $3,663      $1,390      $2,399        $0     $4,239       $0       $7,566            $0          $0    $3,570           $0       $22,827
                                    Silver Recovery                             $0        $0         $0          $0         $0         $0       $0              $0         $0          $0           $0        $0           $0
                                    BFI McCarty Rd.                             $0        $0         $0          $0         $0         $0       $0        $202             $0          $0           $0        $0         $202
                                    Environmental Light Recyclers          $937           $0         $0          $0       $962         $0       $0              $0    $325             $0           $0        $0        $2,224
Cost Recuperation                   Recycling (lead & silver)                   $0        $0         $0          $0         $0         $0       $0              $0         $0          $0           $0        $0           $0

TOTAL ($)                                                                  $937       $3,663      $1,390      $2,399      $962     $4,239       $0       $7,768       $325             $0    $3,570           $0       $25,253

Waste Minimization Program Savings                                         $860      $14,179      $6,351     $15,601    $2,326     $9,451   $1,596       $9,551       $712      $3,138       $7,704       $1,524       $72,992




     Note: Cost obligations
Hazardous & Non Haz Wastes Veolia and BFI                            $3/lb
Env. Light Recylers                                                  $0.50/lb
Batteries                                                            $0.65/lb
CS Disposals                                                         $750 each



wieght calculation 1 lamp = 1.589 lbs.
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                                                                                      BIOLOGICAL WASTE PROGRAM FY 2009
                                                      September    October       November    December     January       February       March        April         May         June         July         August        TOTALS


WASTE GENERATED/COLLECTED

Solid/Liquid Waste (lbs)    MSB, MSE                       2,775       3,785         3,637        3,017        2,818        4,146         3,619        5,917        4,345       5,578        5,679         4,740        50,056
                            DBB, MSI                        665          800           874         581          606           990          944              774         898          745     1,024           355         9,256
                            RAS, SONSCC                     156          243           150         375          249           433          413              318         277          206          168        244         3,232
                            SRB, DAC                        691        1,374           912        1,033         806           971          979         1,215        1,129       1,838        1,380         1,686        14,014
                            CLAMC (Carcasses)              3,040       2,420         1,050        2,000        3,110        2,480         2,660        2,020        1,960       2,445        3,170         2,585        28,940
                            Clinics/Other (1)                95          195            96          72           67            77              87           105         119           96           75            97      1,181

TOTAL (lbs)                                                7,422       8,817         6,719        7,078        7,656        9,097         8,702       10,349        8,728      10,908       11,496         9,707       106,679


WASTE DISPOSED
Offsite Disposal (lbs)      Contractor                     3,687       5,257         4,910        3,608        3,438        5,447         4,665        6,174        5,173       6,606        6,536         5,437        60,938
                            BFI Landfill                   2,000             0         900        2,000             0              0            0             0           0            0            0             0      4,900
                            Other                             0              0           0            0             0              0            0             0           0            0            0             0            0


Onsite Treatment (lbs)      Autoclave      (MSB)            400          670           360         879          460           600          765         1,610        1,055       1,325        1,175         1,020        10,319
                                       (DAC, SRB)           240          425           328         485          517           495          523              500         505          455          540        550         5,563
                                           (RAS)             30           20            46          81          106            50              64            20          10           52           50            90        619


                            Cremation - Animal             1,040       2,420           150            0        3,110        2,480         2,660        2,020        1,960       2,445        3,170         2,585        24,040
                            Chemical disinfection (est)      25           25            25          25           25            25              25            25          25           25           25            25        300


TOTAL (lbs)                                                7,422       8,817         6,719        7,078        7,656        9,097         8,702       10,349        8,728      10,908       11,496         9,707       106,679


WASTE COST OBLIGATIONS                                    $1,707      $2,028        $1,545      $1,628       $1,761        $2,092        $2,001       $2,380       $2,007      $2,509       $2,644        $2,233       $24,536



WASTE EXPENDITURES

Shipped                     Contractor                     $800       $1,165        $1,013        $823         $614        $1,059         $898        $1,308       $1,070      $1,442       $1,492        $1,276       $12,960
                            Landfill                       $320           $0          $110        $330           $0            $0              $0            $0          $0           $0           $0            $0       $760
                            Other                            $0           $0            $0          $0           $0            $0              $0            $0          $0           $0           $0            $0         $0


TOTAL($)                                                  $1,120      $1,165        $1,123      $1,153         $614        $1,059         $898        $1,308       $1,070      $1,442       $1,492        $1,276       $13,720


PROGRAM SAVINGS                                            $587        $863          $422        $475        $1,147        $1,033       $1,103       $1,072        $937        $1,067      $1,152          $957        $10,816


(1) Clinics include : Woman Infants Children (WIC); Dermatology; Pediatric Dentistry; Employee Health, Student Health Services, SPH Brow nsville and Rio Grande City Clinics, and Cardiothoracic Vascular Surgery.
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                                                                                                                    HAZARDOUS WASTE EXPENDITURES FY 2009

                                                                             September         October        November          December          January        February          March           April        May        June         July        August    TOTALS




CHEMICAL WASTE

  WASTE COST OBLIGATION ($)                                                        $1,797       $17,842             $7,741          $18,000          $3,288        $13,690          $1,596         $17,319      $1,037      $3,138     $11,274       $1,524     $98,245

  WASTE EXPENDITURES ($)                                                             $937         $3,663            $1,390            $2,399            $962         $4,239               $0        $7,768        $325            $0    $3,570           $0     $25,253

  WASTE MINIMIZATION SAVINGS ($)                                                     $860       $14,179             $6,351          $15,601          $2,326          $9,451         $1,596          $9,551        $712      $3,138      $7,704       $1,524     $72,992




BIOLOGICAL WASTE

  WASTE COST OBLIGATION ($)                                                       $1,707         $2,028            $1,545            $1,628         $1,761          $2,092         $2,001          $2,380       $2,007     $2,509      $2,644       $2,233      $24,536

  WASTE EXPENDITURES ($)                                                           $1,120         $1,165            $1,123            $1,153            $614         $1,059            $898         $1,308      $1,070      $1,442      $1,492       $1,276     $13,720

  WASTE MINIMIZATION SAVINGS ($)                                                     $587            $863              $422             $475         $1,147          $1,033         $1,103          $1,072        $937      $1,067      $1,152        $957      $10,816




RADIOACTIVE WASTE

  WASTE COST OBLIGATION ($)                                                        $8,000         $7,800            $4,900            $4,450         $4,900          $7,350         $6,000                 $0     $900     $20,700      $6,450      $12,900     $84,350

  WASTE EXPENDITURES ($)                                                                $0              $0                $0                $0             $0              $0             $0               $0         $0          $0           $0        $0         $0

  WASTE MINIMIZATION SAVINGS ($)                                                   $8,000         $7,800            $4,900            $4,450         $4,900          $7,350         $6,000                 $0     $900     $20,700      $6,450      $12,900     $84,350




TOTAL OBLIGATIONS ($)                                                            $11,504        $27,670            $14,187          $24,078          $9,948        $23,132          $9,597         $19,699      $3,944     $26,347     $20,368      $16,657    $207,131

TOTAL COSTS ($)                                                                    $2,057         $4,828            $2,513            $3,552         $1,576          $5,298            $898         $9,076      $1,395      $1,442      $5,062       $1,276     $38,973

TOTAL COST AVOIDANCE ($)                                                           $9,447       $22,842            $11,674          $20,526          $8,372        $17,834          $8,699         $10,623      $2,549     $24,905     $15,306      $15,381    $168,158




note to user: do not print

bio waste cost obligation is based on totaling pounds shipped off site, autoclaved waste, and animal waste incinerated, multiplied by 0.31, which is the FY 2008 cost per pound for incineration
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                                                                                                                    ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION PROGRAM SURVEY FY2009
                                                                                             Sep         Oct        No v        Dec         Jan        Feb         Mar         Ap r        May        Ju n         Ju l        Au g        TOTAL S

           WASTE GENERATED
                                                                         3                                                                                                                                                                               3
                                               Radioactive Waste (ft )                         51.98      53.32       32.01       22.05      33.54       49.98      24.19        7.49       20.45      104.39       31.14        60.09          491 ft

                                               Chemical & HW Waste (lbs)                       3,811      4,077       4,195       8,541      3,407       2,164      1,711       1,232       1,679       1,040         682        1,249       33,788 lbs
                                               Biological Waste (lbs)                          7,422      8,817       6,719       7,078      7,656       9,097      8,702      10,349       8,728      10,908      11,496        9,707      106,679 lbs

           WASTE DISPOSAL
                                                                         3                                                                                                                                                                               3
                                               Radioactive Waste (ft )                         51.98      53.32       32.01       22.05      33.54       49.98      24.19        7.49       20.45      104.39       31.14        60.09          491 ft
                                               Chemical & HW Waste (lbs)                       2,093      4,959       3,233       6,000      1,995       5,474           32     5,523        533         155        3,008        1,289       34,294 lbs
                                               Biological Waste (lbs)                          7,422      8,817       6,719       7,078      7,656       9,097      8,702      10,349       8,728      10,908      11,496        9,707      106,679 lbs


           Activities                          CAPITAL ASSETS MANAGEMENT
                                               CATER Inspections                                   10          77          41         76      158            64          89           60         80          70           54          95        874
                                           (comprehensive asset tracking and environmental
                                           release program)

                                               Controlled Substance Disposals                       1           4           0          0           3          0           2            1          1           3            4           2         21
                                               Waste Pickups                                    111        167         153         139        146         176        176          209        193         212          166         182         2,030
                                               Environmental Surveys/Inspections                    0           6           0         18          24          0           0            6          0          16           33           0        103
                                                    Deficiencies Noted                              0           0           0          9           3          0           0            0          0          16           63           0         91
                                                    Deficiencies Corrected                          0           0           0          3           0          0           0            0          0          12           52           0         67
                                               Laboratory Cleanouts/Moves                           7          14           4          7           8          7           7           10          3          10            3           8         88


           Co st Ob lig atio n s               Waste Disposal                                $11,504    $27,670     $14,187     $24,078     $9,948     $23,132     $9,597     $19,699      $3,944     $26,347     $20,368      $16,657     $207,131


                                                Laboratory Cleanouts and Moves                $1,400     $2,800       $800       $1,400     $1,600      $1,400     $1,400      $2,000       $600       $2,000        $600       $1,600      $17,600
                                               TOTAL ($)                                     $12,904    $30,470     $14,987     $25,478    $11,548     $24,532    $10,997     $21,699      $4,544     $28,347     $20,968      $18,257     $224,731


           Exp en d itu res                    Waste Disposal                                 $2,057     $4,828      $2,513      $3,552     $1,576      $5,298      $898       $9,076      $1,395      $1,442      $5,062       $1,276      $38,973

                                               Controlled Substances & Laboratory
                                               Cleanouts and Moves                                 $0          $0          $0         $0          $0         $0          $0           $0         $0          $0           $0          $0         $0
                                               TOTAL ($)                                      $2,057     $4,828      $2,513      $3,552     $1,576      $5,298      $898       $9,076      $1,395      $1,442      $5,062       $1,276      $38,973

           En viro n m en tal Pro tectio n Pro g ram
           Savin g s                                                                         $10,847    $25,642     $12,474     $21,926     $9,972     $19,234    $10,099     $12,623      $3,149     $26,905     $15,906      $16,981     $185,758

           Note: Environmental Protection Program savings based on waste disposal cost obligations, controlled substance disposals, and services such as laboratory cleanout and moves.




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                                                                                                                                                    Monthly Activity Summary FY 2009
                                                                          September            October            November           December           January            February            March             April               May              June              July              August

 UT SYSTEM MED FOUNDATION (Medical Residents)
 04/01/09-03/31/10 Premium $167,751                                                        See page 2 for
 (.53 per $100 Payroll)                                                                          specific
                                                                                              breakdown
 UTHSC-H WORKERS' COMPENSATION
 FY 09 PREMIUM $337,870 (.09 per $100 Payroll)
                                                                                           See page 2 for
                                         First Report of Injury                                  specific
                                                                                              breakdown
 FLEET FY 08-09 PREMIUM $ 39,573
                                                  No. of Vehicles                    81                  79               79                 79                   79                  79               79                 75                75               76                 76                 75
                                                             Owned                   70                  68               68                 69                   69                  69               69                 65                65               66                 66                 64
                                                             Leased                  11                  11               11                 10                   10                  10               10                 10                10               10                 10                 11
      Number with Liability Coverage ($235/vehicle)                                  81                  79               79                 79                   79                  79               79                 75                75               76                 76                 75
      Number with Physical Coverage ($354/vehicle)                                   57                  57               57                 57                   57                  57               57                 57                57               58                 58                 55
                                     Total Value of Fleet ($)             $   2,289,636    $   2,274,436      $    2,274,436     $    2,274,436     $   2,274,436      $    2,274,436      $   2,274,436     $   1,946,711      $   1,946,711     $   1,966,689    $   1,966,689      $   1,972,885
                                        Mileage Logs Entered                         78                  75               65                 64                   60                  71               75                 70                65               60                 65                 45
                                           Accidents Reported                         1                  2                   0                  1                 0                   1                 0                  0                 0                1                  0                  0
                                               Claims Managed                         1                  2                   0                  1                 0                   1                 0                  0                 0                1                  0                  0
                                                 Drivers Trained                      2                  1                   1                  3                 2                   6                 6                 14                 6                6                  7                 11
                          3-year Driver Training Renewal                              2                  7                   1                  2                 6                   3                 1                  4                 3                0                  1                  3
                                        No. Approved Drivers                        367              368                 361                364               364                 364                  370               371               376               376               380              391
EQUIPMENT FLOATER PREMIUM (11/01/08-09) $27,639
                                      No. of Items Scheduled                       2769             2769                5916               5916              5916                5916               5916                 5916              5916            5916                5916           5916
                                                             Losses                   0                  0                   0                  0                 0                   0                 0                  0                 0                0                  0               0
                                                              Claims                  0                  0                   0                  0                 0                   0                 0                  0                 0                0                  0               0
                                   Total Value of Insured ($)                 $3,487,380       $3,487,380          $5,118,381         $5,118,381        $5,118,381         $5,118,381          $5,118,381        $5,118,381         $5,118,381        $5,118,381       $5,118,381         $5,118,381
 FINE ARTS PREMIUM (10/29/08-09)                                   $905
                            HSC No. of Pieces Scheduled                               5                  5                   5                  5                 5                   5                 5                  5                 5                5                  5                  5
                                                             Losses                   0                  0                   0                  0                 0                   0                 0                  0                 0                0                  0                  0
                                                              Claims                  0                  0                   0                  0                 0                   0                 0                  0                 0                0                  0                  0
                                   Total Value of Insured ($)                  $148,079          $148,079           $148,079           $148,079           $148,079           $148,079           $148,079          $148,079           $148,079          $148,079         $148,079           $148,079
 CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE
                                 No. Issued (Special Event)                           1                  0                   0                  0                 1                   1                 0                  1                 0                0                  0                  1
                                                            Cost ($)                  0                  0                   0                  0                 0                   0                 0                  0                 0                0                  0                  0
                  Certificates of Insurance for Property                              0                  0                   0                  0                 0                   0                 0                  0                 0                0                  0                  0
                               No. Collected from Vendors                             2                  0                   1                  0                 0                   3                 3                  2                 2                1                  1                  6
 OTHER SERVICES
                                                    Consultations                     1                  0                   0                  0                 0                   0                 0                  1                 0                1                  1                  0
         Responses to Insurance Company Requests                                      1                  1                   1                  2                 1                   1                 0                  0                 1                2                  0                  1




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                                                                                                     Workers' Compensation & Insurance FY 2009
                                                                  September     October   November December      January        February        March        April        May        June        July        August     TOTALS
No. of First Reports of Injury Received by WCI                            38           49       37        50               29              41           37           51         56          16          35        11         450
      Employees                                                           18           23       10        17               11              26           21           32         30          16          20        11         235
      Residents                                                           14            8         8       19               13              11            7           10         19           0           8          0        117
      Students                                                              6          18       19        14                6               4            9            9          7           0           7          0         99
      Injuries Investigated                                                 3          10         3        3                3               9           12            7         19           7           2          2         80
Reported Injury Type
      Allergic Reaction                                                    0          1          0          0               0               0            1            1          0          0            0         0           3
      Animal or Insect Bite                                                0          0          0          0               0               2            0            0          0          1            1         0           4
      Assault                                                              3          4          1          7               1               2            5            4          3          2            3         4          39
      BBP Exposure(incl TB)                                                3          6         11         11               4               7            3            8          5          0            2         2          62
      Burn                                                                 0          0          0          0               1               0            1            2          1          0            0         0           5
      Contusions                                                           4          6          2          3               3               2            3            4          3          6            2         3          41
      Cuts Other Than Needles                                              8          9          3          6               5               6            6            8          5          0           10         1          67
      Foreign Body In Eye                                                  5          3          0          0               2               0            1            2          1          0            0         0          14
      Needlestick                                                          9         14         16         17              11              10           12           11         16          1            9         1         127
      Slips, Trips & Falls                                                 2          5          0          3               1               9            1            6          2          4            1         0          34
      Sprains & Strains                                                    3          1          2          2               0               3            4            5          5          1            2         0          28
      Other                                                                1          0          2          1               2               0            0            0         15          1            5         0          27
Reported Injury/Exposure Agent
      Biological Exposure(incl. TB)                                        6          8         10         10               6               7            3            8          4          0            1         2          65
      Material Handling(lifting)                                           2          0          1          1               0               0            0            0          1          0            0         0           5
      Medical device                                                      16         22         18         20              13              12           17           15         18          0           16         1         168
      Patient                                                              7          4          4         11               1               4            5           10         11          6            4         4          71
      Vehicle                                                              0          0          1          0               1               1            2            0          0          0            0         1           6
      Walking/climbing surface                                             2          6          0          2               0               8            1            4          1          4            1         0          29
      Other                                                                5          9          3          6               9               9            9           14         21          6           13         3         107
Injury Report by Building
      DBB                                                                  4           5         4           3           3               4             6           9            2          0           4           0           44
      HCPC                                                                 9           4         4          12           3               6             5          14            8          7           6           5           83
      LBJ                                                                  8           6         8           4           4               5             2           6            8          0           1           1           53
      MHH                                                                 10          15        15          21          11              12            10           6           14          0          12           1          127
      MSB                                                                  5           8         2           3           2               8             6           2            6          3           2           2           49
      MSI                                                                  0           1         0           0           0               0             0           1            0          0           0           0            2
      RAS                                                                  1           0         1           0           0               0             0           1            1          0           0           0            4
      SON                                                                  0           1         0           0           1               0             0           1            0          0           0           0            3
      SRB                                                                  0           1         1           0           0               0             0           1            1          1           0           0            5
      UCT                                                                  0           1         0           0           2               2             1           2            0          1           3           0           12
      UPB                                                                  0           0         1           2           0               0             1           2            4          0           0           0           10
      Other                                                                1           7         1           5           4               4             6           6           12          4           7           2           59
      No. of WCI Lost Time Accidents                                       8           3         3           3           2               4             2           6            6          5           4           1           47
      No. of Reports Compensable                                          11           7         5          14           7              10             4           7            3          2           6           0           76
      UTHSCH Compensable Cost                                        $22,274       $223      $471       $4,546     $10,238         $24,981        $1,571      $1,783       $2,309       $452      $2,293          $0      $71,141
      UT Med Foundation Compensable Cost                              $1,155       $972     $2,172      $2,293      $2,504          $4,152        $1,069       $773         $864          $0       $526           $0      $16,480
      Total Compensable Cost                                         $23,429      $1,195    $2,643      $6,839     $12,742         $29,133        $2,640      $2,556       $3,173       $452      $2,819          $0      $87,622




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                                                                                                                           Safety, Health, Environment, & Risk Management
                                                                                                                           Employee Health Services Clinical Agreement
                                                                                                         Monthly Activity Report FY 2009
                                                             September    October     November    December    January       February      March      April        May          June      July    August   TOTALS
New Employees Screened                                             182         173          92         123          124            130         166           99         167        245       222    200       1923
General Employees                                                   43          72          25          30            35             78         51           21          42         64        61     71        593
Healthcare Workers                                                 112          70          32          35            28             16         71           41          70         96       125    106        802
Animal Care                                                          0            2          1            1            0              0          0            1           0          1         0      0          6
   Lab/Rodent                                                       21          21          19          45            56             32         37           31          49         66        31     16        424
   Non-Human Primate Handler                                         0            0          0            0            0              0          0            0           0          0         0      0          0
Facilities                                                           0            0          4            0            0              0          0            1           4          7         0      0         16
EH&S                                                                 0            1          0            0            0              0          0            1           1          1         1      1          6
Child Development Center                                             6            7         11          12             6              4          7            2           1         10         4      6         76
Services Provided to New Employees
   Health Questionnaire/Immunization History                       183         169          94         121          124           130         166          99           164       244      229     197        1920
PPD Placed                                                         117         105          60           95          79             96        109          70           111         88       78      58       1066
PPD Read                                                           110         100          57           90          78             95        107          68           106         86       76      54       1027
PPD complete per hour                                              0.67        0.60        0.35        0.55       0.455           0.55        0.63       0.40           0.64      0.51     0.45    0.33        0.51
   Clearance for employment                                        172         158          99         120          121           126         136          97           160       248      216     200        1853
   Strength Evaluation                                               0           0           0            0           0              0           0          0              0         0        0       0           0
   MMR vaccination                                                  18          27           6            7           1              0           7         13             14        11       15       3        122
   TDAP/Td                                                          46          48          25           31          14             30          45         34             25        27       34      30        389
Hep B Intial                                                         7           6           4            9           6              2          15          7             13        11       16      15        111
   Flu vaccine                                                       0           0           0            0           0              0           0          0              0         0        0       0           0
   Vision screening                                                  2           1           5            1           2              1          25          3              4         6       19       5          74
   Chest x-ray                                                      15          17          20           27          36             17          29         21             26        17       17      20        262
   Spirometry                                                        0           0           0            0           0              0           0          0              2         0        0       0           2
   Respirator clearance                                              2           2           5            1           2              1          25          3              4         6       19       5          75
Ongoing Surveillance Activities
   Immunization Screening                                           20         200         116         275         150            157         102        137              95      101        60      50       1463
PPD Placed                                                          40         107          30         100           72             92          66         91             46        59       50      47        800
PPD Read                                                            40         107          29           95          70             92          65         91             46        56       50      47        788
PPD complete per hour                                              0.23        0.62          0         0.58        0.41           1.00        0.38       0.52           0.26      0.34     0.29    0.27        0.42
TDAP/Td                                                              3           1           0            4           4              0           0          1              1         1        1       1          16
Hepatitis B                                                          4           0           6            6          14              8          15          8             11        10       10       8          92
Anthrax                                                              0           0           3            0           0              0           0          0              1         0        0       0           4
MMR                                                                  0           1           0            0           1              1           3          1              1         0        0       0           8
Varicella                                                            0                       0            0           0              0           0          0              0         0        0       0           0
   Influenza                                                         0        1269         165            0           0              0           0          0              0         0        0       0       1434
   Thyphoid                                                          0           3           0            0           0              0           0          0              0         0        0       0           3
   Health fair activities                                            0           0           0         154            0              0           0          0              0         0        0       0        154
   Respiratory clearance                                             0           2           0            4           1              0           0          6              8         6        4       0          31
Injury/Exposure Management
   Injury reports requiring care, no lost time                       5           1          1            10           2              6           8         9            5            8        6      5           66
   Injury reports requiring care, lost time                          0           0          2             2           3              6           2         5            6            5        4      2           37
   Number of 8 hour days lost time                                   0            0         6            15          17             60           4      17.5           20         23.5       21      6          190
   Retained expenses for med only claims <$1000                  $1,995       $508        $781       $1,021      $1,100         $2,207      $1,668    $2,377       $2,505       $4,237   $2,391     $0      $20,790
   Exposure expenses                                              $647        $265        $552        $555       $1,028          $664       $1,000       $97        $727        $1,805    $198      $0       $7,537
   Other unreimbursed Workers’ Comp                                  $0      $1,584         $0           $0          $0             $0          $0        $0           $0           $0       $0     $0       $1,584
Emergency Response Expenses                                          $0          $0         $0           $0          $0             $0          $0        $0           $0           $0       $0     $0           $0
   Tamiflu cache expenses                                            $0          $0         $0           $0          $0             $0          $0        $0           $0           $0       $0     $0           $0
   Communicable disease response expenses                            $0          $0         $0           $0          $0             $0          $0        $0       $1,040           $0       $0     $0       $1,040
Other Services
First Aid and CPR Training                                           0            0          5           10          39             43         13             0           0        16        17      5         148
Community Surveillance Activities                                    0            0          0            0           0              0          0             0           0         0         0      0           0
CE credits                                                           0            0          0            0           0              0          0             0           0         0         0      0           0




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