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									          Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




 Safety and Health
 Manager’s Meeting

         March 7, 2002

      Nick Cenci and Mike Rewis
Office of Safety and Mission Assurance
                      Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




                        TOPICS
• Current Organizational Structure

• SOLAR Implementation

• VPP Status

• ASI Update

• Significant EH/IH Issues

• Summary
                                          Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




Current Organizational Structure
                                               Manager, Mike Smiles
                                               Secretary, Lynn Heberling
                                               Lead, Cliff Arnold
                                               Lead, Nick Cenci


   Safety, Reliability, and                                     Quality Assurance
    Risk Management

       SSME, A/B-Stands, and Building 3202 Safety                 SSME, A/B-Stands, and Bldg. 3202 Quality

               Buddy Newbold                                               David Failla

       E-complex Safety Coordination, E-4 Safety,                 E-Complex Quality
       Deputy LDEM, and Aircraft Safety
                                                                     Jim Washington
               Glen Liebig
                                                                  NASA-Direct Non-Test Area Site Quality,
       E-1 Safety                                                 and Internal Quality Audits

          Peter Tran                                                       Missy Ferguson

       E-2 Safety, and Sitewide Reliability & Risk Management     Second Shift Quality (Half Assingment)

                Ted Mason                                                  Daryl Moore

       E-3 Safety and Sitewide Software Assurance                 Procurement Quality

               Charles Fallo                                          Will Harrison

       Non-Test Area Site Safety                                  TTSC and FOSC Quality

            Dan Brady                                                 Rhonda Foley

       Second Shift Safety (Half Assignment)                      Government Inspections and Quality Surveillance

              Daryl Moore                                                   DCMA

       Institutional Safety & Health

            Mike Rewis

       Safety Reporting, Metrics, & Trending; and
       Construction Safety Briefings

              Brian Hey

       Safety Risk Assessments

            2 Support Contractors
                           Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




      Current Organizational Structure
– Collocated personnel into test operations areas

– Clarified and separated duties of NASA and contactor team

– Increased S&MA coverage in our E-complex

    – Single safety individual for each of the following:

             E1, E2, E3,E4

– Monitor Critical Lifts

– Maintain a site presence

– Provide for second shift coverage
                            Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




     Current Organizational Structure
– Newly Established a Software Assurance Representative sitewide
   •Software assurance expertise
       –Software Quality Assurance
       –Software Systems Safety
       –Software Safety Assurance

   •Perform software assurance functions for personnel safety-critical,
   SSC-developed software
       –Focus on: Does the software design protect people and does it function as
       designed?

   •Evaluate ECR’s pertaining to software
   •POC for HQ/Q Software Assurance Representative
–Develop, modify, and maintain S&MA databases
                          Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




               SOLAR Implementation

• SSC’s participation moderate
   – S&MA modules accessed 310 times/ 61 tests taken/ 55 tests
     passed in the past 12 months.
   – Our high use areas have only been where it was required, i.e.
     ethics & IT courses
• S&MA is working with our training office to increase the
  awareness of availability of these courses.
   – Of the 80 available S&MA courses available only 23 unique
     modules have been accessed.
   – Demo several courses at our Safety Management Council
                    Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




                  VPP Status


– Implementation decision pending
– NSTC provided Establishing, Maintaining, & Assessing
  an OSHA VPP Compliant Safety & Health Program
  training at SSC in February 2002
– Scheduled to attend VPP Application Training in April
– NASA & Contractor Representatives to attend VPP
  Roundup at JSC.
                               Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




    ASI Update – Management Commitment and Employee Involvement
•   Safety Management Council
•   DuPont STOP in full Implementation
•   Safety Awareness Day roaring success
•   New S&MA Director; augmenting S&MA staff
•   Excellent support by Center Management and Directors
•   S&MA Website revised
•   Center’s attitude toward SMA improving
        • Partnering in SMA philosophy and approach sitewide with contractors’ SMA
          Managers
        • Employees receptive to changes
        • More co-located support as requested by customers
        • Much more visibility to technicians and first-line supervision
                            Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




          ASI Update - System and Worksite Hazard Analysis
• Facility Inspection Database
• Close Call Program
        • New tri-fold reporting form posted throughout center
        • E-mail form available on SMA home page with link from SSC
          home page
        • Dramatic increase in activity
        • Key is quick response and personal contact by SMA
          coordinator
        • Primary lesson learned is that employees are willing to submit
          concerns if they perceive that action will be taken
                                               Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




              ASI Update - System and Worksite Hazard Analysis
     Ye arly Total                                               Monthly Total

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       Fiscal Year
                                                FY                                                   FY 2002
                                                            Form 1627          Quick Form
                                               2001
                                                                                      Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




                                                   ASI Update - System and Worksite Hazard Analysis
                                                                               CUMULATIVE OSHA LOST TIME INCIDENT RATE
                                                                                           (AS OF 1/31/02)
Freq. Rate (Lost Time Cases/200,000 Hrs. Worked)




                                                            10

                                                                                                                                6.01

                                                                         3.7
                                                                                                                3.28
                                                                                               2.8

                                                                                                                                1.56
                                                                         1.257                 1.24             1.29
                                                                                                                1.257                            1.31
                                                                                                                1.16
                                                             1                                                                  0.95
                                                                                                                                0.914
                                                                                               0.87             0.8
                                                                                                                0.73
                                                                                               0.64                                              0.66
                                                                                                                                0.5
                                                                         0.38                                                                    0.413
                                                                                               0.36                             0.34
                                                                         0.24
                                                                         0.2                   0.2              0.2             0.2              0.2


                                                            0.1
                                                                  1998                  1999             2000            2001           2002 (YTD)
                                                   NASA           0.38                   0.36            0.73            0.34               0
                                                   Boeing          0                     0.87            1.29            0.95              1.31
                                                   LMSO           0.24                   2.8              0.8             0.5               0
                                                   MSS            1.257                  1.24           1.257            1.56              0.66
                                                   Omni-Cube       3.7                    0              3.28            6.01               0
                                                   SSC (Total)     0.2                   0.64            1.16            0.914            0.413
                                                   NASA Goal       0.2                   0.2              0.2             0.2              0.2
                                                                                                      Fiscal Year
                       Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




         ASI Update - Hazard Prevention and Control

• Hazard Analysis Process through Facility Contractor
• S&MA Contractor (HEI) responsible for performing Safety
  Analyses in new organizational structure
• Stressing JSA/JHA as part of construction safety
• Lifting Device Management
• Emergency Preparedness
   – Emergency Plan revamped to address BioHazard Event
   – Teaming with Resident Agencies (Emergency Management
     Council) for optimal use of resources
   – Mass Casualty Exercise planned for Mid-April
                        Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




            ASI Update – Safety and Health Training
• SSC Cert board alive and well
• Board fostering a NASA appreciation for “certification”
• Optimizing system such that contractors with a specific
  expertise in area deliver associated training
• Attempting to organize complex arrangement of
  training/certification needs versus available resources
• Where site expertise does not exist use offsite vendors
   – Lifting Device
   – Ergonomics
• NSTC and SOLAR
                           Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




               Significant EH/IH Issues

• Radiation Safety
   – New site RSO
   – RSO/IH teaming to provide better support
   – Annual Inspections Complete
• Hearing Conservation
   – Committee established
   – Original charter included (but not limited to) Test Firing Concerns
• Ergonomics
   – Awareness ever increasing
   – Resource needs escalate with general awareness
                          Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




              Significant EH/IH Issues

• BioTerrorism
  –   Mail Room Procedure/Training
  –   Response to “Scares”
  –   Participation in ViTs, Teleconferences & Satellite Broadcast
  –   BioTerrorism Awareness Training
  –   Coordination with SSC Tenants
  –   SSC BioTerrorism Committee
  –   Mailroom/High Risk Area Surveillance
  –   RAPID (Ruggedized Advanced Pathogen Identification Device)
      Deployment with dedicated facility
                              Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




              Significant EH/IH Issues
• Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2)
  – Mishaps
     • H2O2 storage barrel decomposition
         – Transported by forklift, pumped out, and diluted
         – No operation in progress at the time of incident
         – Issues with incident response, emergency procedures and preparedness,
           and PPE
     • H2O2 Purification Skid pressure release of 90% H2O2
       storage/transfer system
         –   Occurred shortly after transfer into storage tank from tanker
         –   No operation in progress at the time of incident
         –   Two employees were station keeping and evacuated prior to incident
         –   Issues with incident command system, communication, emergency
             preparedness, pre-operations readiness, siting, evacuation notification,
             and PPE
                             Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




              Significant EH/IH Issues
• Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) (cont.)
   – Investigations
      • NASA/SSC Mishap Investigation Team for barrel incident
          – Cause and corrective action plus incident response adequacy
      • Supplier Mishap Investigation Team for storage/transfer system
        incident
      • NASA/SSC Mishap Investigation Team for storage/transfer system
        incident
          – Independently determine cause and corrective action, evaluate
            contractor’s investigation results, and recommend preventive actions for
            other center operations
          – Did not include incident response adequacy evaluation
      • NSRS investigation
          – Investigate allegations and address issues raised with numerous
            concerns
          – Performed by NASA/SSC new Center Operations Deputy Director
                          Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




              Significant EH/IH Issues

• Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) (cont.)
   – Status
          – SMA maintaining the action item matrix
          – SMA performs verification of all items closed by actionees
          – Short-term actions have been closed (Catalyst Bed
            testing)
          – Group of Actions to be complete May/June before 2wk
            skid proof of concept
                           Stennis Space Center Office of Safety and Mission Assurance




                           Summary
• Progress made
   –   Reorganization
   –   Attitude of SMA employees
   –   Perception of SMA organization
   –   New hires
• Much still to accomplish
   –   Reorganization complete/phase-in ongoig
   –   Continue culture change
   –   Training
   –   S&MA Rotations
   –   Concentrating on long-term solutions

								
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