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					Guidelines for Job Hazard Analysis – Draft 4/18/2008




    Asbestos
    A1          Sample for Asbestos
    A2          Act as asbestos supervisor
    A3          Perform Class II asbestos work
    A4          Perform Class III and IV asbestos work

    Confined Space
    CS1         Enter non-permit confined space
    CS2         Enter permit required confined space
    CS3         Act as permit-required confined space supervisor
    CS4
    Electrical
    EL1 – 6     Operate disconnects with doors closed
    EL7         Open panels and electrical boxes
    EL8         Use grounding rod
    EL9 – 10 Perform zero voltage verification
    EL11        Electrical Work Plans - approve
    EL12        Authorize live electrical work
                Act as inspector for IEEE program
    EL14        Operate electrical test equipment such as oscilloscopes and voltmeters,
                millimeters,
    EL15        Perform work on energized circuits below 50 V, as well as testing,
                troubleshooting, and voltage measuring, of energized cirucits
    EL16        Perform work on energized circuits above 50V
    EL17        Construct, maintain, or install R&D equipment that contain electrical hazards
    Elevated surfaces
    ES1         Access elevated work surfaces
    ES2         Act as elevated surface competent person
    ES3         Act as elevated surface qualified person
                Scaffolding (see Scaffolding)
    Entering (unescorted access)
    E1          Non-industrial areas
    E2          Industrial Areas
    E3          Accelerator Area
    E4          Radiologically controlled areas
    E5          “Authorized only” areas
    E6          “High Noise Areas”
    E7          B/025 Hydrogen Furnace Area
    E8          B/025 Plating Shop
    E9          B/025A Hydrogen Furnace Area
    Excavations
                Excavate
                Approve excavation permits
    Forklifts (see industrial powered vehicles)
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    Hazardous materials / waste
              Work with chemicals
              Transport
              Act as chemical custodian
              Order
              Radioactive Material - handle
              Compressed gas cylinders
              Cryogenic liquids / gasses
    Hoisting & Rigging
    HR1       Generate lift plans
    HR2       Approve lift plans
    HR3       Authorize personnel to perform lifts
    HR4       Operate cranes/hoists and rig loads
    HR6       Inspections Equipment
    HR7       Repair hoists & cranes

    Hazardous Energy (Control of)
    HE1         Approve Equipment Lockout Procedures
    HE2         Implement equipment lockout procedures
    HE3         Approve personnel to implement ELPs
    HE4         Inspect ELPs (Qualified Inspector)
    HE6         Authorize repair/maintenance work on equipment with hazardous energy
    HE7
    Industrial Powered Vehicles
    IPT1-2      Forklift - operate
    IPT-3       Powered pallet jacks - operate
                Powered industrial trucks - operate
                Manlifts (scissors lift) - operate
                Ariel boom lifts - operate
                Industrial powered vehicles - inspect
                Industrial powered vehicles - service and repair
    Lasers
                Be in room with operating lasers
                Operate lasers
                Approve use of Lasers
    Ladders
                Climb
                Inspect
    Lead
                Stack / handle
                Machine, drill, grind,
    Material Handling
                Using cranes & hoists (see hoisting & rigging)
                Forklift (see Industrial Powered Vehicles)
    MH1         Pallet Jacks
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              Powered pallet jacks (see Industrial Powered Vehicles)
              Lifting > 50 lbs without assistance
              Moving large machinery
    Machinery & Power Tools (stationary)
    MS1       Lathes - manual
    MS2       Lathes - CNC
    MS3       Mills - manual
    MS4       Mills - CNC
    MS5       EDM Machines
    MS6       Saws (bandsaw
    MS7       Grinders (pedestal)
    MS8       Sheet metal equipment – manual (brake, press, snip, roller, notcher, bender )
    MS9       Grinders (specialty)
    MS10      Sheet metal equipment - powered
    MS11      Drill press
    MS11      Table Saw
    MS12      Jointer
    MS13      Planer
    MS14      Sanders
              Roller (powered)
              Circle cutter (powered)
              Punch Press (powered – non CNC)
              Punch Press (powered – CNC)
              Shear (powered)
              Punch Press – aka “snippit” (powered)
              Brake (powered)

    MS14      Service & Repair
    Machinery & Power Tools (portable)
    MP1       Grinders
    MP2       Drill motors
    MP3       Saws
    MP4       Jack hammer
    MP5       Sanders
    MP6       Pipe threading machine
    MP7       Service & repair
    Misc Tools & Equipment
              Metal Banding Machine
              Hand Tools (screw drivers, wrenches, hammers, socket sets, pliers, hand saws,
              files, utility knives, etc
              Air powered tools
    Office
              Office equipment - Routine operation, service, and repair
              Routine administrative and clerical services - perform
              Small appliances - use of
              Attending meetings, lectures, classroom training, etc
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               Consumer electronics - use of
    Power tools – See Machinery & Power Tools

    Penetrations
               Approve penetration permits
               Perform penetration operations

    Pressurized gasses
               Pressurized air (hand held)
               Compressed air

    Radiation
                Enter Controlled areas
                Designate radiations areas
                Survey radioactive materials

    Scaffolding
               Use
               Erect
               Design
               Inspect
               Dismantle

    Solder
                Benchtop
                Hand torch
                Rosebud torch

    Vehicles, personnel /equipment transport
               Cars
               Mopeds
               Electric / gas carts
               Trucks
               Towing

    Vehicles, industrial (see industrial powered vehicles)


    Welding
                Oxygen acetylene
                Tig
                Mig
                Plasma
                Spot

    Work Environments
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               Tight spaces
               Warm spaces
               Cold spaces
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Activity                                                                           Potential Hazards                          Controls & Recommended
                     Activity             Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                                    Training and Qualifications
   #                                                                          Exposure to hazardous energies                           Actions
A1         Sample Asbestos                                                                                                                                     

A2         Act as Asbestos Supervisor                                                                                                                          

A3         Perform Class II asbestos                                                                                                                           
           work
A4         Perform Class III and IV                                                                                                                            
           asbestos work
CS1        Enter non-permit confined                                                                                                                           
           space
CS2        Enter permit-required        Not allowed on JHAM, always requires IWD
           confined space
CS3        Act as permit-required                                                                                                                              
           confined space supervisor
E1         Unescorted access to non-    Included:                            Slips, trips, falls                             Observe where you are walking    ESOESH
           industrial areas.             General office                     Vehicle traffic                                 Use handrails when walking up
                                             environments                                                                      or down stairs
                                         Cafeteria
                                         SLAC grounds outside the
                                             radiologically controlled
                                             areas
                                        Excluded:
                                         Areas designated as
                                             “qualified personnel only”
                                             “High Noise Areas”
                                         Any radiologically
                                             controlled area
E2         Unescorted entry into        Excluded:                         Industrial areas present a wide range of         Observe and follow posted rules
           industrial areas              Areas designated as             hazards – from slips & trips, flying debris.      & requirements for entering area,




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Activity                                                                         Potential Hazards                Controls & Recommended
                    Activity             Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                        Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                         Exposure to hazardous energies                  Actions
                                           “qualified personnel only”                                            including mandatory PPE
                                           “High Noise Areas”                                                   requirements.
                                        Any radiologically
                                           controlled area
                                        Excludes accelerator areas
E3         Unescorted access to        Radiologically controlled areas                                         Wear personal dosimeter on          Gert
           accelerator areas                                                                                    upper torso                         ESOESH
EL1        Operate electrical          Hazard level 0 only               Arc Blast                             Hazard category must be             Licensed electrician
           disconnects with doors                                                                               identified by label or determined                     Or
           closed                                                                                               through other means.
                                                                                                                                                    Course ??? and documented
                                                                                                               Wear PPE identified on              evaluation that employee has the
                                                                                                                disconnect label.                   knowledge, skills, and understanding
                                                                                                               Stand to the side when operating    on :
                                                                                                                the disconnect
                                                                                                                                                            How to interpret arc flash
                                                                                                                                                             stickers
EL2        Operate electrical          Hazard level 0 and 1 only         Arc Blast                             Hazard category must be             Licensed electrician
           disconnects with doors                                                                               identified by label or determined                     Or
           closed                                                                                               through other means.
                                                                                                                                                    Course ??? and documented
                                                                                                                                                    evaluation that employee has the
                                                                                                               Wear PPE identified on              knowledge, skills, and understanding
                                                                                                                disconnect label.                   on :
                                                                                                               Stand to the side when operating     How to interpret arc flash stickers
                                                                                                                the disconnect                       selection and use of appropriate
                                                                                                                                                       PPE
EL3        Operate electrical          Hazard level 0, 1, 2 only         Arc Blast                             Hazard category must be             Licensed electrician
           disconnects with doors                                                                               identified by label or determined                     Or
           closed                                                                                               through other means.
                                                                                                                                                    Course ??? and documented
                                                                                                                                                    evaluation that employee has the



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Activity                                                                          Potential Hazards               Controls & Recommended
                    Activity             Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                         Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                          Exposure to hazardous energies                 Actions
                                                                                                                Wear PPE identified on              knowledge, skills, and understanding
                                                                                                                 disconnect label.                   on :
                                                                                                                                                      How to interpret arc flash stickers
                                                                                                                Stand to the side when operating     selection and use of appropriate
                                                                                                                 the disconnect                         PPE
EL4        Operate electrical          Hazard level 0, 1, 2, 2* only      Arc Blast                             Hazard category must be             Licensed electrician
           disconnects with doors                                                                                identified by label or determined                     Or
           closed                                                                                                through other means.
                                                                                                                                                     Course ??? and documented
                                                                                                                                                     evaluation that employee has the
                                                                                                                Wear PPE identified on              knowledge, skills, and understanding
                                                                                                                 disconnect label.                   on :
                                                                                                                Stand to the side when operating     How to interpret arc flash stickers
                                                                                                                 the disconnect                       selection and use of appropriate
                                                                                                                                                        PPE
EL5        Operate electrical          Hazard level 0, 1, 2, 2*, 3 only   Arc Blast                             Hazard category must be             Licensed electrician
           disconnects with doors                                                                                identified by label or determined                     Or
           closed                                                                                                through other means.
                                                                                                                                                     Course ??? and documented
                                                                                                                                                     evaluation that employee has the
                                                                                                                Wear PPE identified on              knowledge, skills, and understanding
                                                                                                                 disconnect label.                   on :
                                                                                                                Stand to the side when operating     How to interpret arc flash stickers
                                                                                                                 the disconnect                       selection and use of appropriate
                                                                                                                                                        PPE
EL6        Operate electrical          Hazard level 0, 1, 2, 2*, 3 and    Electrical (Arc Blast)                Hazard category must be             Licensed electrician
           disconnects with doors      4                                                                         identified by label or determined                     Or
           closed                                                                                                through other means.
                                                                                                                                                     Course ??? and documented
                                                                                                                                                     evaluation that employee has the
                                                                                                                Wear PPE identified on              knowledge, skills, and understanding
                                                                                                                 disconnect label.




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Activity                                                                              Potential Hazards                Controls & Recommended
                     Activity                  Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                        Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                              Exposure to hazardous energies                 Actions
                                                                                                                                                          on :
                                                                                                                    Stand to the side when operating   How to interpret arc flash stickers
                                                                                                                     the disconnect                     selection and use of appropriate
                                                                                                                                                          PPE
EL14       Operate electrical test                                            Electrical (shock)                    Ground oscilloscope                Demonstrated ability to operate
           equipment such as                                                                                        Keep fingers behind finger guards    the equipment
           oscilloscopes and voltmeters,                                                                             on test probes when making
           millimeters                                                                                               measurements
                                                                                                                   
EL15       Perform work on energized           Testing, troubleshooting,     shock                                 Requires and approved Electrical Licensed electrician
           circuits.                            and voltage testing. of any                                          Work Plan
                                                voltage?                                                            Wear PPE identified on            Or
                                                                                                                      disconnect label
                                               Other work (assembly,                                                                                  Course 123 and documented
                                                disassembly, or re-                                                                                    evaluation that employee has the
                                                arrangement of                                                      Approved electrical work plan
                                                                                                                      required for voltage testing.    knowledge, skills, and understanding
                                                components) on circuits                                                                                on :
                                                less then 50V
                                                                                                                                                           selection of appropriate PPE
                                                                                                                       Use a meter of the appropriate
                                                                                                                        type and rating.                   Selection of appropriate meter
                                                                                                                                                            classification
                                                                                                                       Use three-step measurement         Proper voltage testing techniques
                                                                                                                        process                            Understanding of various
                                                                                                                           1. Test the instrument           approach boundaries specified by
                                                                                                                           2. Measure the circuit being     NFPA 70E
                                                                                                                              verified
                                                                                                                           3. Retest the instrument
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Activity                                                                          Potential Hazards                       Controls & Recommended
                    Activity                Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                               Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                          Exposure to hazardous energies                         Actions
EL16       Perform work on energized        All circuits above 50V                                                      Energized Electrical Work          
           circuits                                                                                                       Request and Approval Permit
EL17       Construct, maintain, or                                                                                                                          Electrical Safety R&D Equipment
           install R&D equipment that                                                                                                                           (Course 251)
           contain electrical hazards                                                                                                                        Electrical Safety-Low/High Voltage
                                                                                                                                                             (Course 274), Grounding (Course 256),
                                                                                                                                                             National Electrical Code (Course 260),
                                                                                                                                                             Personal Protective Equipment (Course
                                                                                                                                                             255),
                                                                                                                                                             CPR/First Aid (Course 138),
                                                                                                                                                              Hazard Communications Awareness
                                                                                                                                                                (Course 103) Hazard Material
                                                                                                                                                                Management (Course 105)
HE1        Approve Equipment                                                                                                                                
           Lockout Procedures
HE2        Implement equipment                                            Uncontrolled release of hazardous energy       Must be approved to implement       Lock and Tag Program for the Control
           lockout procedures                                                                                             specific procedure                   of Hazardous Energy (Course 157)
                                                                                                                         Procedure must be current (less
                                                                                                                          then one year since last review)
HE3        Approve personnel to                                                                                                                             
           implement ELPs
HE4        Inspect ELPs (Qualified                                                                                                                          
           Inspector)
HE5        Authorize                                                                                                                                        
           repair/maintenance work on
           equipment with hazardous
           energy
OF1        Elevated surfaces            (computers, scanners, printers,                                                                                     
                                        fax machines, paper shredders,
                                        telephones, typewriters,
                                        stapling equipment, plotters,




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Activity                                                                           Potential Hazards                  Controls & Recommended
                     Activity                Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                        Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                           Exposure to hazardous energies                   Actions
                                           etc)

OF2        Consumer electronics – use      televisions, VCRs, DVD                                                                                    
           of                              players, camcorders, cameras,
                                           video recorders, PA systems
OF3        Routine administrative and      filing, typing, writing, etc.                                                                             
           clerical services
OF4        Small appliances – use of       microwaves, toaster ovens,                                                                                
                                           coffee makers,
OF5        Attending meetings, lectures,                                                                                                             
           classroom training, etc
MP1                                                                                                                                                  

MP2                                                                                                                                                  

MP3                                                                                                                                                  

MP4                                                                                                                                                  

MP5                                                                                                                                                  

MP6        Service and repair machinery                                                                                                              
           & power tools (portable)
                                                                                                                                                     

           Perform zero voltage            (Check those that are not       Shock and Arc Blast                       Wear PPE identified on          Licensed electrician
           verification on the following   allowed)                                                                   disconnect label
           categories of equipment.                                                                                                                   Or
                                            Hazard Cat 0
                                            Hazard Cat 1                                                            Approved electrical work plan
                                                                                                                      required for voltage testing.   Course 123 and documented
                                            Hazard Cat 2                                                                                             evaluation that employee has the



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Activity                                                                          Potential Hazards                        Controls & Recommended
                     Activity             Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                                 Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                          Exposure to hazardous energies                         Actions
                                         Hazard Cat 3                                                                                                        knowledge, skills, and understanding
                                         Hazard Cat 4                                                                    Use a meter of the appropriate     on :
                                                                                                                           type and rating.                           selection of appropriate
                                                                                                                                                                       PPE
                                                                                                                          Use three-step measurement                 Selection of appropriate
                                                                                                                           process                                     meter classification
                                                                                                                              4. Test the instrument                  Proper voltage testing
                                                                                                                              5. Measure the circuit being             techniques
                                                                                                                                 verified                             Understanding of various
                                                                                                                              6. Retest the instrument                 approach boundaries
                                                                                                                                                                       specified by NFPA 70E
           Enter Laser Areas            (Check those that are not         1) None                                      1) None                                1) none
           (within nominal hazard       allowed                           2) Eye and skin burns with direct            2) Lasers have caution label affixed   2) None
           zone) when laser is                                               chronic exposure                             to the external surface of device   3) Documented Laser specific on-
           operational                   1) Class 1 lasers               3) Biological damage to human tissue as      3) Appropriate PPE (what is               the-job training and Eye exam
                                         2) Class 2 lasers                  a result of concentrated, acute              appropriate?)                       4) Documented Laser specific on-
                                         3) Class 3 lasers (3a and 3b)      exposure                                  4) Appropriate PPE (what is               the-job training and Eye exam
                                                                          4) Damage to the eye and skin with              appropriate?)
                                         4) Class 4 lasers
                                                                             direct or diffuse exposures to the
                                                                             beam
           Operate machine shop type    Excludes working with:             eye injury from flying chips, cutting       Only operate equipment that you      Training required:
           stationary power tools        Lead                              fluids, or parts coming loose from           are trained and qualified to          Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
                                                                            machine                                      operate. Follow all manufactures       (Course 255)
                                         Beryllium                                                                      safety requirements.
           Includes only the specific                                      /fingers/hands/jewelry/clothing/hair
           equipment checked below:      Radioactive materials             can get caught in rotating parts            Limit distractions                   Qualifications required:
            horizontal mill (manual)                                      exposure to high noise levels               Wear safety glasses with side         Successful completion of formal
            horizontal mill (CNC)                                         back injury manipulating heavy or            shields                                college or vocational machine
                                                                            awkward parts                               Where ear protection if exposed        shop program
            vertical mill (manual)
                                                                                                                         to prolonged high noise levels, or



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Activity                                                                    Potential Hazards                       Controls & Recommended
                     Activity            Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                               Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                 Exposure to hazardous energies                            Actions
            vertical mill (CNC)                                   crushing of feet or hands while                 when posted as mandatory.            Or
            grinders                                               handling materials or parts falling out       Shirts and shop coats should be
                                                                    of machine                                     short sleeved. If long sleeved         For each type of machine
            band saw (horizontal)
                                                                   chips/coolant/flying parts can hit             garments are worn, they must be         checked in row two, a
            band saw (vertical)                                    operator or bystander                          tight fitting around the wrists and     documented evaluation that the
            drill press                                                                                           forearms. Keep long hair tied           employee has the skill and
                                                                   cuts
                                                                                                                   back. Keep necklaces and badges         knowledge to safety operate the
            lathe -metal (CNC)                                    Coolant on floor around machine can            tucked away. Use break away             machine.
            lathe - metal (manual)                                 cause slip hazard                              badge necklaces.
            Pistorius wheels                                      Parts can become hot and burn skin            Use cranes/hoists or other
            Sanders                                                                                               equipment to help move heavy
                                                                                                                   items (operation of hoists/cranes
            De-burring machine                                                                                    must be on your JHAM). Ask for
            Cold-cut saw                                                                                          help from a co-worker.
                                                                                                                  Wear safety shoes when
                                                                                                                   handling/moving heavy
                                                                                                                   equipment or materials. Always
                                                                                                                   wear closed-toed shoes.
                                                                                                                  Use machine guards and keep
                                                                                                                   them properly adjusted.
                                                                                                                  Do not wear gloves when
                                                                                                                   operating equipment with
                                                                                                                   rotating parts.
                                                                                                                  Use proper clamping and tooling.
                                                                                                                   Do not exceed the capacity of the
                                                                                                                   machine. Double check machine
                                                                                                                   tooling and make sure chuck key
                                                                                                                   is removed before power is
                                                                                                                   applied.
                                                                                                                  Use barriers to screen / partition



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Activity                                                                      Potential Hazards                  Controls & Recommended
                    Activity             Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                         Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                      Exposure to hazardous energies                   Actions
                                                                                                                off machine to help contain flying
                                                                                                                chips/coolant
                                                                                                              Use hooks/pliers or other tools
                                                                                                               to remove chips from around
                                                                                                               rotating parts or when handling
                                                                                                               hot parts.
                                                                                                              Be aware of the floor surfaces in
                                                                                                               your work area. Use absorbent to
                                                                                                               control fluids around machines.
                                                                                                               Control spills (absorbent,
                                                                                                               barriers/tape, etc) and clean up
                                                                                                               promptly. Report unsafe
                                                                                                               conditions that you cannot
                                                                                                               correct yourself.
                                                                                                              Lockout/Tagout to change
                                                                                                               grinding wheels, blades, or to do
                                                                                                               any service or maintenance.
                                                                                                               (Lockout/Tagout must be on
                                                                                                               your JHAM)




           Operate hydrogen            Limited to:                     Explosion of the furnace             The following Standard Operating        On-the-job training on each of the
           atmosphere furnaces.         operation of the furnaces                                           Procedures describe the hazards and     procedures listed under controls.
                                                                       Fire in the building
            24” furnaces in B/025                                                                           controls for the hydrogen furnace       Documentation that the employee
                                        turning on and off the                                              systems – and shall be used to          has demonstrated proficiency,
            Pit Furnace                 hydrogen and nitrogen gas                                           operate the equipment                   knowledge, and skills to execute the
                                         supply systems
                                                                                                              SLAC-I-XXX-YYY (Operation             procedures and perform the
                                        Responding to the hydrogen                                            of B/025 and B/025 A                  identified activities.
                                         alarms                                                                Hydrogen furnaces)




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Activity                                                                   Potential Hazards                Controls & Recommended
                     Activity             Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                   Exposure to hazardous energies                  Actions
                                         Calibrating hydrogen                                             SLAC-I-XXX-YY2 (Calibration
                                          sensors.                                                          of hydrogen gas monitoring
                                                                                                            system.

                                                                                                           SLACI-XXX-YY3 (Responding
                                                                                                            to alarms for the B/025 and
                                                                                                            B/025A hydrogen furnaces)
           Operate manual sheet metal   Excludes working with:     o Crushing or amputation of            o Follow all manufactures safety   Training required:
           equipment                     Lead                       fingers/hands                          recommendations.                  Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
                                                                   o Particles or debris in eyes          o Wear safety glasses                (Course 255)
                                         Beryllium
           Includes only the specific                                                                     o Keep guards in place, and
           equipment checked below:      Radioactive materials                                             properly adjusted
                                                                                                                                              For each type of machine
            notcher (manual)                                                                             o Keep fingers out of cutting        checked in row two, a
            shear (manual)                                                                                 spaces                             documented evaluation that the
            brake                                                                                        o Stay focused.                      employee has the skill and
                                                                                                                                               knowledge to safety operate the
                                                                                                                                               machine.
           Operate powered sheet        Excludes working with:     o Crushing or amputation of            o Follow all manufactures safety   Training required:
           metal equipment               Lead                       fingers/hands                          recommendations.                  Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
                                                                   o Loud noise                           o Wear hearing protection when       (Course 255)
                                         Beryllium
           Includes only the specific                              o Particles or debris in eyes            operating loud equipment
           equipment checked below:      Radioactive materials                                           o Wear safety glasses              Qualifications required:
            snip-it machine                                                                              o Keep guards in place, and         Successful completion of formal
                                                                                                            properly adjusted                   college or vocational sheetmetal
            shear (powered)
                                                                                                          o Stay focused.                       program
            press brake (powered)
                                                                                                                                             Or
            circle cutter (powered)
                                                                                                                                              For each type of machine
                                                                                                                                               checked in row two, a




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Activity                                                                    Potential Hazards                  Controls & Recommended
                       Activity           Boundaries/Limitations                                                                           Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                    Exposure to hazardous energies                   Actions
                                                                                                                                           documented evaluation that the
                                                                                                                                           employee has the skill and
                                                                                                                                           knowledge to safety operate the
                                                                                                                                           machine.
           Operate miscellaneous        Limitations:               o                                       o                            Training required:
           stationary power tools       Excludes working with:                                                                           Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
           Includes only the specific    Lead                                                                                            (Course 255)
           equipment checked below:
                                         Beryllium
            Pipe threading machine                                                                                                     Qualifications required:
                                         Radioactive materials
            Drill/bit sharpener                                                                                                         Successful completion of formal
                                                                                                                                           college or vocational carpenter
                                                                                                                                           program
                                                                                                                                        Or
                                                                                                                                        o For each type of machine
                                                                                                                                            checked in row two, a
                                                                                                                                            documented evaluation that the
                                                                                                                                            employee has the skill and
                                                                                                                                            knowledge to safety operate the
                                                                                                                                            machine.
           Operate powered stationary   Limitations:               o                                       o                            Training required:
           woodworking equipment        Excludes working with:                                                                           Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
           Includes only the specific    Lead                                                                                            (Course 255)
           equipment checked below:
                                         Beryllium
            Jointer                                                                                                                    Qualifications required:
                                         Radioactive materials
            Table saw                                                                                                                   Successful completion of formal
            Planer                                                                                                                        college or vocational carpenter
                                                                                                                                           program
            Band saw
                                                                                                                                        Or
            Chop saw



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Activity                                                                         Potential Hazards                      Controls & Recommended
                     Activity             Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                              Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                         Exposure to hazardous energies                       Actions
                                                                                                                                                           For each type of machine checked in
                                                                                                                                                           row two, a documented evaluation
                                                                                                                                                           that the employee has the skill and
                                                                                                                                                           knowledge to safety operate the
                                                                                                                                                           machine.
           Work with compressed air     Do not use compressed are       o   High noise                               o Wear hearing protection             o No special training or
                                        where hazardous debris (lead,   o   High pressure can blow hole in skin      o Use noise suppression type air        qualifications required
                                        radioactivity, etc) may be                                                     nozzles
                                                                        o   Particles can be blown into eyes
                                        present.
                                                                        o   Inhalation of dust                       o Make sure air nozzle has
                                                                                                                       pressure relief (little holes
                                                                        o   Air hoses may break
                                                                                                                       around the tip to allow escape of
                                                                                                                       air if tip is pushed up against
                                                                                                                       your skin)
                                                                                                                     o Wear safety glasses with side
                                                                                                                       shields
                                                                                                                     o Consider use of dust mask if
                                                                                                                       creating a lot of dust.
           Operate portable power       Excludes working with:          o All hazards associated with power          o All recommended controls &          o Need to define
           tools                         Lead                            equipment also apply to hand tools           actions that apply to power
                                                                        o Electrical shock                             equipment also apply to hand
                                         Beryllium                                                                    tools
           Includes only the specific                                   o Exposure to hazardous materials
           equipment checked below:      Radioactive materials                                                      o Inspect power cords for wear
                                                                        o Repetitive motion injury
                                         In radiological controlled                                                   and damage. Do not use
            roto-hammer                                                o Trip over power cord                         equipment with damaged cords.
                                          areas
            circular saw                                               o Exposure to loud noise                     o Use GFCI on extension cords
                                         Using tools overhead
            jig saws                                                                                                  when working outside or in wet
            drill motors                                                                                              environments.
            sanders




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Activity                                                                          Potential Hazards                  Controls & Recommended
                      Activity                Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                       Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                          Exposure to hazardous energies                   Actions
            grinders
            nibblers
            reciprocating saw
            jack hammer
           sewer snake
           Use of hand tools (non-        o                              o   cut hands/knuckles                  o Wear gloves when practical          o
           powered) such as wrenches,                                    o   Stab wound                          o Use liquid wench or similar
           hammers, saws, screw                                                                                    material to pre-loosen tight bolts.
                                                                         o   eye injury
           drivers.
                                                                         o   smash hand or fingers               o Apply force away from your
                                                                                                                   body when prying with hand-
                                                                                                                   tools.
                                                                                                                 o Wear safety glasses if something
                                                                                                                   may fly into your eye.
                                                                                                                 o Keep tools sharp
                                                                                                                 o Use the right tool for the job
           Welding and Cutting            Excludes welding metals made   o                                       o
                                          of or containing:
           Includes only the specific      Lead
           types of welding and cutting    Beryllium
           equipment checked below:
                                           Radioactive materials
            Oxygen/acetylene
            Arc                          Excludes welding
            Tig                           In radiological controlled
            Mig                            areas
            Plasma                        Overhead
            Act as fire watch             From a ladder




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Activity                                                                          Potential Hazards                        Controls & Recommended
                       Activity             Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                              Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                          Exposure to hazardous energies                         Actions
            Supervise personnel who
             perform welding or
             cutting


IPT-1      Operate Forklift              Forklifts under 10,000 lb                                                                                           Forklift Operator Training (Course
                                         capacity only                                                                                                       283) and practical (Course 283R)
IPT-2      Operate Forklift              Forklifts >10,000 lb capacity                                                                                       Forklift Operator Training (Course
                                                                                                                                                             283) and practical (Course 283R)
IPT-3      Operate powered pallet jack                                                                                                                       Forklift Operator Training (Course
                                                                                                                                                             283) and practical (Course 283R)
IPT-4      Operate Powered Platforms,    Excludes:
           Manlifts, and Vehicle-         Aerial lifts
           Mounted Work
                                          Manlift / scissor lift

HR1        Generate Lift Plans           Regular lifts                                                                
HR2        Generate Lift Plans           Critical Lifts                                                               
HR3        Approve lift plans            Regular Lifts                                                                
HR4        Approve lift plans            Critical lifts                                                               
HR5        Operate cranes/hoists and     Limitations:                     Drop load and strike people and              Always use an approved lift plan.   Training
           rig loads                      Equipment owned by home           damage equipment                                                                Basic Crane Operations and Rigger
                                                                                                                        Keep within load limit of
                                            organization                  Head injury                                     equipment and know the weight     Training (Course 280) and practical
           Includes the specific                                                                                           of your load                      (course 280R)
                                          Equipment owned by other       Rigging can give or break and can lash
           equipment checked below:         organizations with               back at operator or bystanders.            Inspect equipment (including




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Activity                                                                          Potential Hazards                     Controls & Recommended
                      Activity               Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                           Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                        Exposure to hazardous energies                          Actions
            Gantry cranes                   permission from crane        Swinging of load (hit something or          slings, shackles, etc.) before use
                                             custodian                       damage load)                           Ask for second opinion
            Jib cranes
                                                                                                                       challenging rigging situations
            Bridge cranes
                                                                                                                    Make sure people in working
            Hoists
                                                                                                                       zone wear hard hats if
            cherry pickers (portable                                                                                  appropriate.
              shop cranes)                                                                                          Ask for help in moving
            come-alongs                                                                                               large/bulky items.

            chain falls                                                                                            Protect slings from sharp edges.
                                                                                                                    Have riggers perform lift it is
                                                                                                                       beyond your ability or
                                                                                                                       qualifications or comfort zone.
MH1        Operate manual pallet jacks   Excludes powered pallet jacks   o Back injury                             o Push rather then pull, if possible
                                                                         o Running over feet                       o Wear safety shoes
                                                                         o Running into other or objects.          o Do not travel fast with heavy
                                                                                                                     load on pallet jack- they are hard
                                                                                                                     to stop.
           Tow trailers and mobile       o                               o Accident                                o                                        o Documented evaluation that the
           equipment/tanks                                               o Dropping of loads                                                                  employee has the skill and
                                                                                                                                                              knowledge to connect the
                                                                                                                                                              equipment and tow (including
                                                                                                                                                              backing)
                                         o                               o                                         o                                        o




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Activity                                                                            Potential Hazards             Controls & Recommended
                       Activity                  Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                  Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                         Exposure to hazardous energies                  Actions
           Soldering                         o                            o Burn                                o Use protective holder to store     o
                                                                          o Inhalation of fumes                   heated iron.
                                                                                                                o Properly dispose of solder dross
                                                                                                                o Use in well ventilated areas
           Scaffolding – use, install, and   Limitations:                 o                                     o                                    Check requirement based on items
           inspect                                                                                                                                   checked in column 2
                                             Boundaries:
                                              Use scaffolding                                                                                        Users scaffolding usage (SLAC
                                                                                                                                                       currently lacking course)
                                              Erect/dismantle
                                                                                                                                                      Erectors/dismantlers (get training
                                              Inspect                                                                                                 requirements)
                                              design                                                                                                 Inspectors must be evaluated as
                                                                                                                                                       competent and qualified per fed
                                                                                                                                                       and Cal OSHA, and be formally
                                                                                                                                                       designated in writing.
           Climb ladders and work on         o                            o Falling                             o Don’t stand on steps not           o
           elevated working surfaces.                                     o Head injury                           designed for standing (usually
           Use of scissors lift. Climbing                                                                         the top step and top of ladder)
                                                                          o People run into ladder
           on machines and equipment.                                                                           o Inspect ladders before use. Do
                                                                                                                  not use damaged ladders.
                                                                                                                o Zone off area if there is a
                                                                                                                  potential of falling objects to
                                                                                                                  personnel below. Require use of
                                                                                                                  hardhats if your work may
                                                                                                                  potentially drop something
                                                                                                                  below on workers.
                                                                                                                o Use hoists/ropes to hoist tools
                                                                                                                  and equipment up to elevated




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Activity                                                                  Potential Hazards                 Controls & Recommended
                     Activity            Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                     Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                  Exposure to hazardous energies                     Actions
                                                                                                            work surfaces.
                                                                                                         o Wear fall protection when
                                                                                                            working on elevated surfaces
                                                                                                            above 4 feet (within 6’ of edge).
                                                                                                         o Have someone hold ladder if it
                                                                                                            will provide more support
                                                                                                         o Use barricades or signs to warn
                                                                                                            of presence of ladder
                                                                                                         o Do not position ladder in front
                                                                                                            of closed door that can open
                                                                                                            into the ladder.
                                                                                                         o Use the right ladder for the job.
                                                                                                            For example, do not use an “A”
                                                                                                            frame ladder to lean against a
                                                                                                            building…use an extension
                                                                                                            ladder.
                                                                                                         o Store ladders so they will not
                                                                                                            block exits in the event of an
                                                                                                            earthquake.
                                                                                                         Training
                                                                                                         o Stairway and Ladder Safety (Course
                                                                                                            293) highly recommended.
                                                                                                         o Fall protection training needed to
                                                                                                            were fall protection equipment
                                                                                                            required. This is an OJT
                                                                                                            provided by some SLAC
                                                                                                            personnel.
           Stack or handle lead bricks     o Limited to working   o Exposure to hazardous materials      o Limit daily activity (stacking) to   o
               o                             with lead to 30        (lungs, skin, eyes)                    30 minutes




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Activity                                                                           Potential Hazards                   Controls & Recommended
                     Activity                 Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                            Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                         Exposure to hazardous energies                        Actions
                                                  minutes/day             o Contamination of equipment and           o Wear gloves. Store gloves in
                                                                            environment                                marked zip lock baggie for future
                                                                          o Crushing of fingers, hands, or feet        use or dispose of as “lead
                                               o Excludes cutting,
                                                                                                                       contaminated debris”
                                                 drilling, or machining
                                                 lead, grinding.                                                     o Containerize (sealed bag) all
                                                                                                                       waste, properly label, and request
                                                                                                                       disposal(example below)
                                                                                                                                 The words “hazardous
                                                                                                                                  waste-Lead contaminated
                                                                                                                                  debris”
                                                                                                                                 The word “poison”
                                                                                                                                 Date
                                                                                                                                 Name and phone
                                                                                                                                  extension/pager number
                                                                                                                     Training
                                                                                                                     o No lead training or medical
                                                                                                                        surveillance is required if you
                                                                                                                        limit handling of lead to 30
                                                                                                                        minutes/day
                                                                                                                     o Lead Safety Baseline Medical Exam
                                                                                                                        (Course 240ME) may be required
                                                                                                                        by a SLAC Industrial Hygienist.
                                                                                                                     o Hazardous Waste Management
                                                                                                                        (Course 105) required if you will
                                                                                                                        generate hazardous waste
           Work in confined spaces or     o                               o Lack of proper breathing atmosphere      o Contact Confined Space ES&H          o
           act as attendant for permit-                                     - asphyxiation                             professional to obtain confined
           confined space entry                                           o dehydration                                space entry permit. Follow all
                                                                                                                       confined space requirements and




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Activity                                                                       Potential Hazards                       Controls & Recommended
                     Activity                 Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                         Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                       Exposure to hazardous energies                          Actions
                                                                                                                       rules.
                                                                                                                    o If the working space is hot, keep
                                                                                                                       hydrated
                                                                                                                    Training
                                                                                                                    o Permit-Required Confined Space
                                                                                                                       Safety (Course 144).
           Unescorted access into         o                            o exposure to radiation                      o follow all signage                 o
           radiological areas.                                                                                      Training
                                                                                                                    o General Employee Radiological
                                                                                                                       Training (GET) (Course 115)
                                                                                                                       required for unescorted access to
                                                                                                                       Radiologically Controlled Areas
                                                                                                                       (RCA’s)
                                                                                                                    o Radiological Worker Training I
                                                                                                                       (RWT I) (Course 116) required for
                                                                                                                       access to High Radiation Areas
                                                                                                                    o Radiological Worker Training II
                                                                                                                       (RWT II) (Course 250) required
                                                                                                                       for access into Contamination
                                                                                                                       Areas.
           Handle radioactive materials   o                            o removal of radioactive materials and       o Do not remove materials that are o
           or radioactively                                              mix in with non-radioactive materials        not properly tagged by OHP.
           contaminated materials.                                     o contamination of environment               o When manipulating radioactive
                                                                       o generation of “mixed waste”                  materials in ways that may
                                                                                                                      generate dust (drilling, grinding,
                                                                                                                      etc), first check with OHP for
                                                                                                                      specific instructions on how to
                                                                                                                      prevent exposure and
                                                                                                                      contamination of environment




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Activity                                                                     Potential Hazards                 Controls & Recommended
                     Activity              Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                        Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                     Exposure to hazardous energies                     Actions
                                                                                                            o When going into radiation areas,
                                                                                                               “take out what you bring in” to
                                                                                                               avoid activating. This is
                                                                                                               especially important for
                                                                                                               hazardous materials such as
                                                                                                               solvents, oils, greases, aerosol
                                                                                                               products, etc. that would
                                                                                                               become “mixed waste” if
                                                                                                               activated.
                                                                                                            o Obtain Radiological Work
                                                                                                               Permit and follow requirements.
                                                                                                            Training
                                                                                                            o General Employee Radiological
                                                                                                               Training (GET) (Course 115) to
                                                                                                               handle radioactive material if this
                                                                                                               will not exceed annual dose limit
                                                                                                               of 100 millirem/year.
                                                                                                            o Radiological Worker Training I
                                                                                                               (RWT I) (Course 116) to handle
                                                                                                               radioactive material if this will
                                                                                                               likely exceed annual dose limit of
                                                                                                               100 millirem/year.
                                                                                                            o Radiological Worker Training II
                                                                                                               (RWT II) (Course 250) needed to
                                                                                                               handle radioactively
                                                                                                               contaminated materials.
           Work with compressed        o                            o   Fire                                o Keep cylinders properly stored         o
           gasses such as helium,                                   o   Propulsion                            and segregated
           nitrogen, hydrogen,                                      o   Explosion                           o Know dangers of the materials
           acetylene, and propane.                                                                            you are working with by reading
                                                                    o   Freezing



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Activity                                                                      Potential Hazards                  Controls & Recommended
                     Activity                Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                      Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                     Exposure to hazardous energies                      Actions
                                                                      o Burns                                    MSDS
                                                                      o Asphyxiation                           o If you are working with gasses in
                                                                      o Dropping bottles (create rocket)         an enclosed space, make sure
                                                                                                                 there is adequate ventilation or
                                                                                                                 there is some form of oxygen
                                                                                                                 deficiency monitoring.

                                                                                                               Training
                                                                                                               o Hazard Communications General
                                                                                                                  Training (Course 103)
           Handling of liquid nitrogen   o                            o freezing                               o Proper PPE (face shield, loose      o
                                                                      o implosion of vessels due to rapid         fitting gloves, no cuffs in pants
                                                                        expansion                                 or rolled up sleeves, long pants,
                                                                                                                  no open-toed shoes
                                                                      o creation of oxygen deficient
                                                                        atmospheres                            o If you are working with gasses in
                                                                                                                  an enclosed space, make sure
                                                                                                                  there is adequate ventilation or
                                                                                                                  there is some form of oxygen
                                                                                                                  deficiency monitoring.
                                                                                                               Training
                                                                                                               o Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
                                                                                                                  (Course 255)
                                                                                                               o Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
                                                                                                                  (Course 255OJT)
           Working in tight spaces       o                            o Bumping into things with body or       o avoid rushing                       o
                                                                        head                                   o wear hard hat/ wear bump hat
                                                                                                               o practice good housekeeping
                                                                      o Trip hazards
                                                                      o Getting into each others way           o be aware of your surroundings




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Activity                                                                          Potential Hazards                  Controls & Recommended
                     Activity                 Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                     Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                      Exposure to hazardous energies                         Actions
           Install/repair/work around     o                            o exposure to source of energy            o   Talk to area managers before      o
           equipment with energy                                         (electrical, hydraulic, pneumonic)          working in areas
           sources (power, hydraulic,                                                                            o   Apply Lock out /tag out
                                                                       o Burn
           pneumonic). Work around                                                                               o   Know how to properly use
                                                                       o trip                                        equipment that verifies
           high voltage power supplies
           and other electrical                                                                                      equipment is de-energized
           exceeding 50V                                                                                         o   Understand the equipment
                                                                                                                 o   Communicate frequency and
                                                                                                                     clearly with co-workers about the
                                                                                                                     status of electrical work
                                                                                                                 o   Don’t rush

                                                                                                                 Training
                                                                                                                 Lock and Tag Program for the Control of
                                                                                                                 Hazardous Energy (Course 157)

                                                                                                                 o Electrical Safety for non-electrical
                                                                                                                   workers (Course 239)
                                                                                                                 o Electrical Safety for R&D
                                                                                                                   Equipment (Course 251)
           Dewar/cryogenic container      o                            o Muscle strain or injury                 o obtain help moving larger               o
           transportation                                                                                          containers when full
                                                                       o Back injury
                                                                                                                 o Use carts and trailers to help
                                                                       o crushing of feet                          transport.
           Entering unfamiliar areas or   o                            o various                                 o Observe postings and warning            o
           areas with unknown or                                                                                   signs
           changing hazards                                                                                      o Be aware of your surroundings
                                                                                                                 o Contact area manager or other
                                                                                                                   knowledgeable person if unsure
                                                                                                                   of hazards.
                                                                                                                 o Respect alarms.




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Activity                                                                      Potential Hazards                        Controls & Recommended
                    Activity                 Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                            Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                     Exposure to hazardous energies                             Actions
           Evacuation                    o                            o Not being able to evacuate quickly in      o   Familiarize yourself with           o
                                                                        an emergency.                                  evacuation procedures/routes
                                                                                                                       and emergency assembly points.
           Operate welding and cutting   o                            o   Injury to eyes                           o   Only personnel trained and          o
           machines                                                                                                    qualified to use this equipment
                                                                      o   Burns
                                                                                                                       should do so.
                                                                      o   Shock
                                                                                                                   o   Obtain fire permit-If not already
                                                                      o   Inhalation of fumes
                                                                                                                       on existing HOT permit, obtain
                                                                      o   Handling of compressed gasses                new fire permit. Follow all
                                                                      o   Starting fire                                conditions of permit (fire watch,
                                                                      o   Distractions                                 fire extinguisher, etc.)
                                                                                                                   o   Inspect your equipment and
                                                                                                                       ensure it is working properly and
                                                                                                                       in good condition.
                                                                                                                   o   Use proper PPE (eye
                                                                                                                       shields/welding
                                                                                                                       helmets/clothing/gloves)
                                                                                                                   o   Use welding curtains to shield
                                                                                                                       work from passers-by
                                                                                                                   o   Ensure enough ventilation. Use
                                                                                                                       smoke extractors if necessary.
                                                                                                                   o   Use barricades/barricade tape to
                                                                                                                       prevent vehicle or pedestrian
                                                                                                                       traffic through work area
                                                                                                                   o   If welding rad materials or toxic
                                                                                                                       materials (lead, ) consult
                                                                                                                       Industrial hygienist to determine
                                                                                                                       if respirator required
                                                                                                                   o   Only personnel trained and
                                                                                                                       qualified to operate welding
                                                                                                                       equipment should do so.




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Activity                                                                    Potential Hazards                Controls & Recommended
                     Activity              Boundaries/Limitations                                                                                    Training and Qualifications
  #                                                                    Exposure to hazardous energies                   Actions
                                                                                                           o Wear respirator, if identified as
                                                                                                             required by IH. Must have
                                                                                                             current respirator qualification.

                                                                                                           Training

                                                                                                           o Full time welders must have
                                                                                                             Welding Medical Exam (Course
                                                                                                             311ME)
                                                                                                           o Respirator Medical Exam
                                                                                                             (Course 241 ME), Respirator
                                                                                                             Safety, CBT (Course 241) and
                                                                                                             Respirator Test Fit must be
                                                                                                             current to use a respirator.
                                                                                                           o Welders and fire watch
                                                                                                             personnel must have Fire
                                                                                                             Extinguisher Training and
                                                                                                             Demonstration (Course 108)
           Work in noisy areas         o                            o Loss of hearing                      o Suggest wearing hearing             o
                                                                                                             protection when in when
                                                                                                             operating loud equipment or
                                                                                                             when in noisy area.
                                                                                                           o Hearing protection is required in
                                                                                                             areas identified “hearing
                                                                                                             protection required” or when
                                                                                                             identified as required by an
                                                                                                             industrial hygienist.


Acknowledgements                             Print Name                  Signature or Initialed               Date




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                   Supervisor:
                 Participants:




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Hazard                            Hazard Descriptions
Chemical                          A chemical that exposes a person by absorption through the skin, inhalation, or
(Toxic)                           through the blood stream that causes illness, disease, or death. The amount of
                                  chemical exposure is critical in determining hazardous effects. Check Material Safety
                                  Data Sheets (MSDS), and/or OSHA 1910.1000 for chemical hazard information.
Chemical                          A chemical that, when exposed to a heat ignition source, results in combustion.
(Flammable)                       Typically, the lower a chemical’s flash point and boiling point, the more flammable the
                                  chemical. Check MSDS for flammability information.
Chemical                          A chemical that, when it comes into contact with skin, metal, or other materials,
(Corrosive)                       damages the
                                  materials. Acids and bases are examples of corrosives.
Explosion                         Self explanatory.
(chemical reaction)
Explosion                         Sudden and violent release of a large amount of such as rupture in a boiler or
(Over gas/energy due to a         compressed gas cylinder.
significant pressure difference
Pressurization)
Electrical                        Contact with exposed conductors or a device that when a metal ladder comes into
(Shock/ is incorrectly or         contact with power lines. 60Hz alternating current (common house current) is very
inadvertently grounded, such      dangerous because it can stop the heart.
as Short Circuit)
Electrical                        Use of electrical power that results in electrical overheating or arcing to the point of
(Fire)                            combustion or ignition of flammables, or electrical component damage.
Electrical                        The moving or rubbing of wool, nylon, other synthetic fibers, and even flowing liquids
(Static/ESD)                      can generate static electricity. This creates an excess or deficiency of electrons on the
                                  surface of material that discharges (spark) to the ground resulting in the ignition of
                                  flammables or damage to electronics or the body’s nervous system.
Electrical                        Safety-critical equipment failure as a result of loss of power.
(Loss of Power)
Electrical                        An arc flash occurs when powerful, high-amperage currents travel, or arc,
(Arc blast/Flash)                 through the air. This can occur when high voltage differences exist across a
                                  gap between conductors. The result is an instant release of tremendous
                                  amounts of energy. Temperatures as high as 36,000°F have been recorded
                                  in arc flashes.
                                  The intense heat and light emitted by an arc flash can cause severe
                                  burns, destroying skin and tissue. An arc flash can ignite or melt
                                  clothing, resulting in further burns. Victims sometimes require skin
                                  grafts or amputations. Death is more likely with increased severity of
                                  burns, the percent of body area affected and age.
                                  • A high-amperage arc can produce a pressure wave blast with a force of
                                  up to 1000 pounds. The victim can be thrown by the force of this
                                  pressure. Injuries can occur from falling or colliding with nearby
                                  objects. Hearing loss may also result from the blast.
                                  • The intense heat may melt metal electrical components and blast
                                  molten droplets considerable distances. These droplets harden rapidly
                                  and can lodge in a person’s skin, ignite clothing and may cause lung
                                  damage.
Ergonomics                        Damage of tissue due to overexertion (strains and sprains) or repetitive motion.
(Strain)
Ergonomics                        A system design, procedure, or equipment that is error-provocative. (A switch goes up
(Human Error)                     to turn something off).
Excavation                        Soil collapse in a trench or excavation as a result of improper or inadequate shoring.
(Collapse)                        Soil type is critical in determining the hazard likelihood.
Fall                              Conditions that result in falls (impacts) from height or traditional walking surfaces
(Slip, Trip)                      (such as slippery floors, poor housekeeping, uneven walking surfaces, exposed ledges,
                                  etc.)
Mechanical/Vibration              Vibration that can cause damage to nerve endings, or material fatigue that results in a
(Chaffing/Fatigue)                safety-critical failure. (Examples are abraded slings and ropes, Fatigue) weakened hoses
                                  and belts.)
Mechanical Failure                Self explanatory; typically occurs when devices exceed designed capacity or are
                                  inadequately maintained.
Mechanical                        Skin, muscle, or body part exposed to crushing, caught-between, cutting, tearing,
                                  shearing items or equipment.
Noise                             Noise levels (>85 dBA 8 hr TWA) that result in hearing damage or inability to
                                  communicate safety-critical information.
Radiation                         Alpha, Beta, Gamma, neutral particles, and X-rays that cause injury (tissue damage) by
(Ionizing)                        ionization of cellular components.
Radiation                         Ultraviolet, visible light, infrared, and microwaves (Non-Ionizing) that cause injury to
(non-Ionizing)                    tissue by thermal or photochemical means.
Struck By                         Accelerated mass that strikes the body causing injury or death. (Examples are falling
(Mass Acceleration)               objects and projectiles.)
Struck Against                    Injury to a body part as a result of coming into contact of a surface in which action
                                  was initiated by the person. (An example is when a screwdriver slips.)
Temperature Extreme               Temperatures that result in heat stress, Extreme exhaustion, or metabolic slow down
(Heat/Cold)                       such as hypothermia.
Visibility                        Lack of lighting or obstructed vision that results in an error or other hazard.
Guidelines for Job Hazard Analysis – Draft 4/18/2008
Weather Phenomena         Self explanatory.
(Snow/Rain/Wind/Ice)

				
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