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Standard Specification 01065

Environment, Safety, and Health


for Construction Contracts
What Supervisors Need to Know
Revised: January 27, 2009

01065 ES&H Specification Training Goals


Upon completion of this training, supervisors and safety
officers will have an understanding of the specific
environment, safety and health requirements for
performing construction work at Sandia National
Laboratories.

What is the 01065 ES&H Specification?


The FMOC 01065 ES&H
Specification is included in
all FMOC Construction
Contracts. It outlines ES&H
requirements that apply to
Prime Contractors
employees, Subcontractors
and Suppliers performing
FMOC construction work.

What Contractor Supervisors & Safety Officers


Need to Know
The FMOC 01065 ES&H
Specification provides
requirements to protect the
safety and health of
workers, visitors, and public
and environment and
property.

FMOC 01065 Specification


Requires Compliance with:
ALL Federal, State, and Local Government Laws and Regulations
OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Safety & Health Regulations for Construction
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), National Electrical
Code and Std Safety Requirements for Employee Workplaces
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Personal Protection
Equipment
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Storm Water Management
for Construction Activities
American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists
(ACGIH)
ANSI Welding, Cutting, and Allied Processes, Practices for
Respiratory Protection, Safe Use of Lasers

Whos Who at Sandia?


Sandia Contracting Representative (SCR): SNL official authorized
representative for specific purpose of administering contract: only
they may legally obligate SNL expenditure of funds, change scope,
level of effort, terms & conditions, negotiate, and sign SNL legally
binding documents
Sandia Delegated Representative (SDR) Person authorized for
review, inspection, and acceptance of work
Sandia Construction Observer (SCO) Field Rep who monitors,
documents, & reports on progress, quality, and safety
Sandia Project Manager (SPM) Review and acceptance of
Contract-Specific Safety Plan
Facilities Environment, Safety & Health Support Team Provide
support to SDR, SCO, and SPM resolving ES&H issues/concerns
associated with contractor safety performance

Definitions
Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) Documented plan identifies &
plans for hazard mitigation associated with activities. Activities
are general classes of separately definable construction work
(e.g. excavation, foundations, roofing), are not time or location
specific. AHA is a required section of CSSP.
Task Hazard Analysis (THA) Process may include dialog (pretask plan, tail-gate meeting, etc.), document (checklist, permit,
etc.) or knowledge (training, etc.) that identifies & plans for
hazard mitigation associated with task. Task is a specific
segment of a particular scope construction work that is time,
condition, worker/location dependent. Documented THA is
required on a graded approach (example: permits).

Quality Assurance
Prime Contractor shall flow down 01065 Spec requirements
to subcontracts (all tiers)
Contract Safety Officer
Ensures compliance and implementation of CSSP
Meets education, experience & knowledge requirements and must be
documented in CSSP
Ensures that competent person is identified when required and be on
site at all times that work requiring competent person is underway

Superintendent or Delegate
Must directly superintend work at all times during active construction
periods
Perform safety inspections and correct noncompliance with CSSP.
CSSP shall describe method for performing and documenting these
inspections.

Quality Assurance (continued)


Prime Contractor shall inform employees, Subcontractors,
and Suppliers of hazards and protective measures
All workers performing construction work activities shall
complete the following training prior to receiving a badge:
10-Hour OSHA
Standard Specification Section 01065, ES&H for Construction and
Service Contracts
Prime Contractors CSSP

Prime Contractor shall perform 1 documented selfassessment of one element of their safety program per
quarter (i.e. training, ladder inspection, fall protection
program, etc.)
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Contract-Specific Safety Plan


Prime Contractor must submit CSSP for FMOC review &
acceptance prior to starting work. CSSP shall:
State nature of work, potential hazards, mitigation or worker
protection for activity
All requirements & recommendations in Jobsite Hazard
Evaluation (JSHE) are part of CSSP unless an alternate hazard
control/mitigation is submitted for review & acceptance
Subcontractors safety requirements may be incorporated into
Prime Contractors CSSP
Identify methods to inform workers of work, associated
hazards/controls or worker protection
Copy of accepted CCSP must be onsite with training
documentation
Change in scope or additional hazards/controls require
submission of addendum for review & acceptance

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Chemical Products
Prime Contractor shall provide inventory of all
chemicals/chemical products anticipated for use on
each project.
Describe how product will be used
Describe controls
Not required for products available for purchase by general
public (i.e. Windex, Simple Green, WD-40, etc.)

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Suspension of Work

Ensure all workers are


aware of the right and
responsibility to suspend
any work activity they
identify as presenting
imminent danger to
workers, visitors, the
public, or the environment
and property.

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STOP Work Order


Stop work order that affects crew for period greater than 1
hour shall be followed by issuance of formal written Stop
Work Order. Work may be restarted only with written work
release from SCR.
Stop Work Order shall include:

Date & time work was stopped


Reason for work stoppage
Requirements for Contractor to resume work
Date & time SNL expects corrective action completion, if required

SCR shall provide written work release to include:

Reference Stop Work Order


Reason for work stoppage
Conditions for restart of activity
Specified date and time when work may resume

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Hold Work Order


Document issued through contract to prevent future
tasks and to require further evaluation of a condition or
plan before task is performed
Example: Prohibiting pouring of concrete until rebar mat is
inspected

Contractor may not perform any work on Hold Work


Order until Release Authorization is obtained
Hold Work Order must be kept on site while project is
ongoing

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SNL Integrated Safety Management


System (ISMS)

Provides the management


framework to ensure the
protection of personnel, the
public, and the
environment.

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Integrated Safety Management System (ISMS)


CSSP shall identify implementation methods
of the five ISMS principles
1) Plan Work: develop work plans, identify and
prioritize tasks, allocate resources
2) Analyze Hazards: identify hazards, decide
significance of hazards
3) Control Hazards: determine hazard controls to
protect personnel & environment, use controls as
required
4) Perform Work: confirm work is ready and controls
are in place and work is performed safely
5) Feedback and Improve: improve task by reporting
problems or suggestions

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Work Site Identification


Signs & Barricades
Required for construction & service work
Warn contractor personnel, work site visitors of specific hazards
Communicate safe bypass information to non-construction
personnel in the vicinity

Prime Contractor is responsible for controlling work site


Report posting requirements violations to SNL PM or
CO as appropriate

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Notification of ES&H Events & Injuries


If an event could adversely impact workers, the public,
environment, property, or unplanned disruption of
normal operations, it should be reported When in
doubt, report it!
Notify CO, SCR, SDR, or PM of the event a voicemail
does not meet requirements: you must speak to CO,
SCR, SDR, or PM
Workers with non-threatening injuries/illnesses requiring
medical attention should be transported to Contractors
medical facility
Notify SNL PM, SDR, or SCO as soon as possible

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Medical and Health Protection


Emergency Action
For life threatening injuries/illnesses, call:
911 from SNL telephone, or
(505) 844-0911 from outside or cell phone
Notification of Accidents, Injuries or Illnesses
Notify SDR or SCO as soon as possible
Submit Form SF2050P to SDR within 3 days

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Medical and Health Protection


Electric Shock
Workers who receive electrical shock during standard work
hours must be accompanied to SNL Medical Facility for
immediate medical attention.

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Medical and Health Protection


Industrial Hygiene Program
Contractors shall comply with lowest, more protective of:
Current ACGIH Threshold Limit Values (TLVs)
OSHA Permissible Exposure Limits (PELs)

Compliance will be demonstrated through monitoring results


and documentation
Gases, Vapors, Fumes, Dusts, and Mists
Evaluate controls to ensure appropriate worker protection level
Welding, cutting, brazing operations require approved WCB Control
Permit

Physical Hazards
Noise, non-ionizing radiation & thermal stress: Comply with ACGIH
TLVs
Lasers: Comply with ANSI Z136.1 & ANSI Z88.2

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Medical and Health Protection


SNL Oversight Compliance Monitoring
SNL has authority to conduct reasonable investigations
for oversight
Includes, but not limited to: environmental (area)
sampling and attaching personal sampling
equipment/devices to monitor/measure exposures
Monitoring results shall be provided to Contractor
Substance Abuse Prevention and Testing
Use of drugs (including prescription drugs misuse) or
alcohol shall be grounds for removal: may include
termination of the Contractors Contract
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Medical and Health Protection


Radiological (RAD) Safety
JSHE
Required for all work in areas that have
posted RAD signs
Will identify required area controls (e.g.
training, material release)

Contractor must have Sandia


authorization prior to work in RAD
area
Some work activities may require
participation in SNLs external &
internal monitoring program

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Waste Management and Disposal


Waste must be handled according
to the accepted Prime Contractors
CSSP.
These photos are examples of
waste that requires special
disposal

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Activity/Task Hazard Requirements


Significant hazards identified in Section 3.04A require
documented safety briefing and/or documented activity/task
hazard analysis
Examples of documentation: CSSP, AHA, Permits, JSHE, training
sign-in sheets, pre-task meetings
Examples of significant hazards:
Work requiring fall protection plan
Scaffold erection greater than 125
Work requiring respiratory protection
Work within 10 of overhead power lines
Sanding or grinding of silica-containing material (e.g. concrete)

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Asbestos Safety
Asbestos may be present in existing building material,
finishes, & mechanical systems
Asbestos-containing material (ACM) will be identified in JSHE
Work activities shall not damage or disturb the ACM
Asbestos Work Release Permit documents asbestos hazards,
provides recommended controls or elimination of the hazard

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ES&H Permit Requirements


Permits are required for:
Excavations
Penetrations
Hot Work (e.g. welding, cutting, burning)
WCBC Permit is required prior to obtaining Hot Work
Permit
Fire Protection Impairment
Fugitive Dust Control for surface disturbance, sandblasting,
other surface preparation, demolition
Entry into Permit Required Confined Spaces
Energized Electrical Work

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Excavation Permits
Obtain Excavation Permit prior to:
Digging, saw-cutting, drilling, coring, or trenching into soil to a
depth greater than twelve inches
Excavation of soil beneath concrete sidewalks, slabs (including
inside buildings), or asphalt to a depth greater than 2 inches
Scraping, blading, or excavation of any area previously
undisturbed or that appears to be undisturbed, such as areas
covered by native vegetation and blading or improvements to
previously unimproved roads or paths

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Excavation Permits (continued)


Area to be excavated shall be shown on Drawing, and
identified in the field using white paint.
Submit permit requests to CO no more than 14 days
and no less than 6 days prior to start of excavation.
Excavation Permit process involves environmental,
cultural, & ecological site review to determine if
environmental site impacts will occur due to activities
related to performance of work.
Confine excavation activities to those areas identified on
permit

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Penetration Permits
Obtain penetration permit prior to:
Penetration into concrete slabs, floors, ceilings, roofs, or walls
greater than 2 inches in depth (does not include pre-cast
concrete)
Underground concrete duct bank penetration: All duct bank
penetrations shall be reviewed by FMOC for high voltage hazards.
If Permit identifies high voltage hazards, Supervisor authorizing
duct bank penetration ensures
1. Task specific (each duct bank penetration is a task)
procedure is written & submitted for FMOC review &
acceptance
2. Supervisor attends & ensures attendance of Penetrator at
pre-task meeting with FMOC, where task-specific
procedure shall be reviewed

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Penetration Permits (continued)


Obtain penetration permit prior to (cont.):
Penetrations where site investigation cannot identify
possible hidden hazards
Area to be penetrated shall be shown on Drawing.
Submit permit requests to the Construction Observer no
more than 14 days and no less than 6 days prior to start
of penetration.
Permits are task-specific. Confine penetration to areas
identified on the permit.

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Hot Work Permits


Prior to cutting, welding, open-flame burning, or use of tar kettles, roof
solvents, obtain Hot Work Permit from SNL Fire Protection
Engineering. Display issued permit in prominent location at work site.
For welding, brazing or thermal cutting operations, obtain a WCBC
Permit prior to obtaining Hot Work Permit
Operators of WCBC equipment must complete training every 3
years to be able to obtain WCBC Permits
Worker responsible for performing hot work and the worker performing
fire watch duties shall:
View training videos annually
Shall be trained and certified in the use of portable fire extinguishers
annually
Additional requirements are found in 01065 Specification 3.04 E: Hot
Work Permits

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Fire Protection System Impairments


For any work activity that impacts operation or function
of a fire protection system, do the following:
Obtain Fire Protection Impairment Permit (FPIP) if work will
generate heat, smoke, fumes, or dust or when modifying or
disrupting a fire protection system
Put building fire alarm system on NO ACTION so that fire
alarm signals are not transmitted to emergency responder
workstations
Disable fire alarm devices and zones to prevent accidental
activation while performing work or to allow modification to the
fire alarm system

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Mobile Crane Inspections


Notify the Sandia Construction Observer (Inspector) 48
hours in advance of mobile cranes scheduled arrival
time and arrange for crane inspection.
Crane inspection shall include:

Verification of crane operator training/license


Load charts
Inspection reports
Physical verification of ropes, slings, undercarriage, outriggers,
and boom
Document review of crane placement and lifting plan

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Documented Lift Plans


Documented Lift Plan is required and the documentation
shall be maintained on site during the lifting operation
when lifts:
Are greater than 75% of manufacturers load chart
Involve field designed and installed lifting points
when manufacturers lifting points cannot be utilized.

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Critical Lift Plans


Critical Lift Plan is required if collision, upset, or dropping
could result in:
Unacceptable risk of injury or significant adverse health impact
Significant release of RAD or other hazardous material or other
undesirable conditions
Load item is unique, vital, and if damaged would be irreplaceable or not
repairable
Cost to replace/repair the item or delay in operations would have a
negative impact
If load requires exceptional care in handling because of size, weight,
close-tolerance installation, high susceptibility to damage, multiple
pieces of lifting equipment, or other unusual factors.

Critical Lift Plan must be accepted by the FMOC Project


Manager and a copy must be on site during the lifting
operation.
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Confined Space
Confined Space is defined by OSHA as space that
Is large enough for a body to enter and work
Has limited or restricted entry or exit (such as tanks, storage
bins, and pits)
Is not designed for continuous occupancy

Permit-Required Confined Space is space that contains all


the above and one of the following:
Hazardous atmosphere
Material that may engulf the workers entering
Interior that could trap or asphyxiate workers
Contains any other serious safety & health hazard

Notify IC (844-4189) prior to entry with location and confirm


rescue personnel are available
Examples of permit required confined spaces: electrical manholes
& steam pits

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Confined Space
These are a two examples of
confined space signs.
Absence of a sign does not
mean that area is not a confined
space.
Contact SNL Construction
Observer if in need of
assistance to determine if a
space meets the confined
space definition.
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Electrical Safe Work Practices


Prime Contractors CSSP shall identify:
Training requirements for workers potentially exposed to
electrical hazards
Electrical Lockout/Tagout Requirements
Arc Flash Protection for qualified & unqualified workers
Hazard Risk Category requirements
Shock protection
GFCI protection
Electrical outage requests
Energized Work requirements

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Energized Electrical Work Permits


Energized Electrical Work is work
performed on live parts that are not
placed in an electrically safe work
condition (de-energized).
Prior to performing energized work, the
contractor must obtain written
authorization from SNL Project
Manager.
If authorization is provided, the
Contractor must complete Energized
Work Permit that meets all requirements
identified in NFPA 70E.

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Steel Erection Work


Steel erection work is any steel erection activity that
occurs with the construction, alteration, or repair of
single and multiple-story buildings, bridges, and other
structures.
Any employee engaged in steel erection activities who is
on a walking working surface with an unprotected side or
edge more than 6 feet above a lower level shall be
protected from fall hazards.

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Fall Protection
Control methods used to protect employees from fall
hazards: may include administrative controls, personal
protective equipment (PPE), and others as necessary for
fall-restraint or fall-arrest.
CSSP shall identify administrative controls and/or fall protection
methods to be used for all work within 15 feet (roofers 6 feet) of
an unprotected side or edge that is more than 6 feet above a lower
level for all construction trades except roofers
Anchor points to be connected by drilling, welding, attaching to
SNL structures/buildings utilized for fall protection purposes must
be reported to the SDR/CO for SNL approval prior to installation
and use.

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Our ES&H Questions


1. What training is required for Prime Contractor employees,
Subcontractors, and Suppliers prior to obtaining SNL badge?
2. Who should be notified prior to entering a confined space?
3. Who should be notified of an event that could adversely impact
workers, the public, the environment or property?
4. Who authorizes electrical energized work?
5. Is an excavation permit required to blade previously undisturbed
soil?
6. Is a penetration permit required to chip small sections of
underground concrete duct banks?
7. If a contract employee receives a shock, what should you do?

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Answers to Our ES&H Questions


1. 10-hour OSHA, 01065 Spec, and CSSP
2. Call the SNL Incident Commander at 844-4189 prior to entry
3. Notify the SNL Project Manager, SDR, or SCO
4. SNL Project Manager and Contractor
5. Yes - any scraping, blading, or excavation of undisturbed soil
requires an excavation permit obtain from your
Construction Observer
6. Yes - Penetration Permit is required prior to performing any
operation that would result in chipping away concrete from
an underground concrete encased duct bank.
7. Accompany person receiving shock to SNL Medical for
immediate medical attention (map on slide 18).

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Answers to Your ES&H Questions


Please contact the SNL Project Manager, SCR, SDR,
SCO (Inspector), or Facilities Environment, Safety and
Health Support Team to address questions regarding
ES&H requirements identified in the 01065 ES&H
Specification or other contract documents.
Documented questions can be submitted through the
Request for Information (RFI) Process. Submit RFIs to
the SNL Project Manager.

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Optional Tools
The following optional tools are available to you and
your company which you may be interested in using.
These tools are also posted on the external web for
download at:
http://www.sandia.gov/bus-ops/scm/facilities/Facilitie
sManagementIndex.html

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Construction Rigor Levels


~ Screening Criteria Tool ~
Contractors will ensure that work is conducted by qualified and trained
workers. When applicable, activities will be conducted by workers who
are: certified, registered or otherwise documented as qualified by their
trade/profession, or are licensed to perform that activity by the appropriate
government organization.
Job Safety Hazard Evaluations or Activity Hazard Analysis and permits
such as confined space and radiological work further address Sandiaspecific qualifications and training is required for high rigor activities.
Work control is built into numerous FMOC processes. For example:
CSSP review, pre-job and other scheduled meetings, building permits,
additional permits such as hot work and cutting welding and brazing, and
code and safety inspection by FMOC staff.
Feed back on FMOC construction activities is provided to contractors by
several means such as immediate, on scene feedback by inspectors,
quarterly meetings and the monthly newsletter.

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Rigor Levels
Issue/Hazard

Rigor Level
Low

High
ES&H Issues

Radiological

Work in controlled areas and


radioactive material areas
A non-routine activity that
requires a RWP

Radiological work requiring ALARA


review
Work in High Contamination Area.
High Radiological Area or Very High
Radiation Area

Non-ionizing
radiation

Work with class IIIR or less


lasers

Potential exposure >TLV


Work with class IIIb or IV lasers

Confined space
entries

Non-Permit Confined Space or


PRCS downgraded to not require
permit

Permit Required Confined Space


(PRCS)

Noise

Noise level <85 dBA TWA not to


exceed 103 dBA

Noise level >85 dBA TWA or Noise level


> 103 dBA for any duration

Unique PPE

Paper/fiber dust mask, Air


purifying respirator, and/or
gloves matched to unique
chemical hazards (i.e., other than
neoprene)

Level A or B PPE
Fire-retardant radiological clothing

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Rigor Levels (continued)


Issue/Hazard

Rigor Level
Low

High
ES&H Issues

Excavation,
digging,
trenching,
concrete coring,
or wall/floor/
ceiling
penetration >
in.

Hand digging < 12 in.


Wall, floor, or ceiling penetration
< 2 in. where the worker can
identify all potential hidden
hazards.

Hand or motorized trenching, digging,


or excavations > 12 in.
Wall, floor, or ceiling penetration > 2 in.
Any wall, floor, or ceiling penetration
where a site investigation has cannot
identify all potential hidden hazards.

Electrical Work

De-energized (discharged)
Trouble shooting circuits less
than 50 V
Plug and cord electrical
connection disconnected, no
capacitors
Zero Energy Verification
measurements (high likelihood of
deenergized state
Routine troubleshooting,
including instrument readings
Routine High Voltage switching
(single source/operation

Routine High Voltage switching (multisource/operations)


Manipulation of energized circuit
components > 50 V
Non-Routine High voltage switching
(multi-source/operations)

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Rigor Levels (continued)


Issue/Hazard

Rigor Level
Low

High
ES&H Issues

Control of
Hazardous
Energy (stored
energy,
hydraulic,
thermal,
pneumatic,
mechanical, etc.)

Plug and cord electrical


connection disconnected, no
capacitors
Moving and hookup compressed
gas cylinders
Capable of being easily isolated;
no disassembly required
Single source LOTO meeting the
eight criteria in ES&H Manual 4C

Breaking into system with


uncharacterized content

Environmental
Aspects/
Impacts

Will not affect or change a


facilitys physical (e.g., ground
disturbance) or operations (e.g.,
adding new hazardous test
materials) environment
Involves/ creates hazardous or
mixed waste with approved
waste disposal path
Using an approved/permitted air
emission source
Creating or potential to create No
Disposal Path waste

Work requiring a fall protection plan


Scaffold erection greater than 125

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Rigor Levels (continued)


Issue/Hazard

Rigor Level
Low

High
ES&H Issues

Work with
hazardous
chemicals

Work with lead solder


Work with stable, confined,
beryllium

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Potential to exceed exposure limits


including action level, 8-hour TWA, or
Short Term Exposure Limit, Ceiling
Limit, etc.
Work with any other Beryllium or other
chemicals having substance specific
OSHA or DOE standards
Isolating or breaking boundary for
hazardous HVAC system
Work with toxic gases such as metal
hydrides (e.g., arsine, diborane) and
corrosives (e.g., hydrofluoric chlorine)
Work with flammable liquids near
ignition sources.
Work with unbound engineered
nanoparticles
Application of coatings or insulation
containing sensitizers.

Rigor Levels (continued)


Issue/Hazard

Rigor Level
Low

High
ES&H Issues

Hoisting and
Rigging; Heavy
lifting;
Pressure/Vacuum

Forklift work with trained personnel


Ordinary lift with trained/qualified personnel

Critical lifts

Use of compressed air for operations such as


painting, cleaning operations, maintaining tire
pressure, etc.
Use of water systems for car wash operations,
landscape applications, etc.
Hydraulic applications involving pressure such
as re-fueling of vehicles, etc.
Gas cylinder handling and change-outs or
routine cryogenic Dewar fill/use applications
Use of standard utilities such as compressed
dry air, cooling water, house supplied gases
(nitrogen), etc. connected to laboratory
equipment
Involves installation/fabrication of a new or
modification of an existing pressure/vacuum
system
Involves installation of new equipment not
previously used by the laboratory/facility that
will be connected to standard utilities

Work involving additional hazards


(acute chemical hazards such as
toxic or pyrophoric gases)
Work requiring additional PPE such
as respiratory protection

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Rigor Levels (continued)


Issue/Hazard

Rigor Level
Low

High
ES&H Issues

Moving Industrial
Trucks and
Equipment

Any work within <10 ft of a overhead


power line > 50 kV, including equipment
movement underneath

Heat/Cold Stress

Heat/cold stress managed only


by stay time and clothing

Extreme temperature conditions using


special PPE/facilities

Welding/ thermal
cutting/ brazing

Welding, cutting of mild steel


Brazing of copper

Work on stainless steel or other metal


coated with toxic materials such as lead
or cadmium
Work in close proximity to flammable or
combustible materials

Impact to
pedestrian and
vehicular traffic

No effect on vehicular or
pedestrian traffic.
Barricades that limit access to
work site but do no affect
movement of pedestrians or
vehicles.

Long term projects within in 5 of


vehicular traffic.
Work requiring stoppage or rerouting of
pedestrian or vehicular traffic.

Silica Producing
operations

Manual sanding, grinding or


breaking of silica-containing
materials.

Motorized sanding, grinding or breaking


of silica-containing materials

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Rigor Levels (continued)


Issue/Hazard

Rigor Level
Low

High
ES&H Issues

Asbestos
abatement

Small-scale, short duration tasks.


Work defined as Class IV under
29 CFR 1026.1101

Asbestos work defined as Class I, II or III


under 29 CFR 1026.1101

Complexity and Coordination Issues


Uncertainty

Routine
New but similar to task
completed previously

Job entry required to quantify hazards


(i.e., magnitude of hazard not fully
known)
Accident recovery for damaged facilities

Location

Normally assigned work area


under direct authority of
supervisor
Readily accessible area at SNL,
including key-card areas for
authorized personnel
Special access controls requires
escorting of unauthorized SNL
personnel
Remote, off-site work location

Areas with restricted access due to


special security or health concerns

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Arc Flash Boundary/PPE Table

* PPE identified in this table represents what FMOC maintenance


personnel currently wear and is only included as an example and not a
requirement.
** The PPE Color Code represents the Arc Flash labeling colors.

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Examples: Arc Flash Labels

Level I (HC-0) Label

Level II (HC-1 and HC-2) Label

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Annual LOTO Review


Checklist

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LOTO Checklist
(page 1)

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LOTO Checklist
(page 2)

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LOTO Periodic Review


(page 1)

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LOTO Periodic
Review (page 2)

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LOTO Removal
by Other Than
Owner

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Change History
ES&H 01065 Specification: June 27, 2007
1.11 Work Site Identification (Slide #17)
B. Hazard Identification Signage and Barricades:
Clarified requirements to:

Warn contractor personnel and work site


visitors of specific work hazards
Communicate safe bypass information to
non-construction personnel in the vicinity of
the site.

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Change History
ES&H 01065 Specification: June 27, 2007
3.02 Medical/Health Protection (Slide #22)
B. Contractors Industrial Hygiene Program
4. SNL Oversight Compliance Monitoring

SNL Has authority to conduct reasonable


investigations for oversight
Includes, but not limited to: environmental
(area) sampling and attaching personal
sampling equipment/devices to
monitor/measure exposures
Monitoring results shall be provided to the
Contractor
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Change History
ES&H 01065 Specification: October 15, 2007
3.04 General Work Practices (Slide #42)
V. Fall Protection: Control the methods utilized to
protect employees from fall hazards which may
include administrative controls, personal
protective equipment (PPE) and other controls
necessary for fall-restraint or fall-arrest.
1.
2.

CSSP shall identify admin controls and/or fall


protection methods
Anchor points connected to SNL structures/buildings
must be reported to the SDR/CO for approval

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Change History
ES&H 01065 Specification: January 11, 2008
1.03 Definitions (Slide #7)
F. Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA) - A documented plan that

identifies and plans for the mitigation of hazards


associated with activities.
G. Task Hazard Analysis (THA) - A process that may
include dialog (pre-task plan, tail-gate meeting etc.),
document (checklist, permit, etc.) or knowledge
(training etc.) that identifies and plans for the
mitigation of hazards associated with a task.

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Change History
ES&H 01065 Specification: January 11, 2008
1.05 Quality Assurance (Slide #8 & 9)
E. Superintendent or Delegate shall document the inspections,
including any non-compliance and corrective action taken. The
CSSP shall describe the contractors methods for performing and
documenting these workplace inspections. An example of an
acceptable documentation method would be documenting the
inspection in the superintendents daily log book. The documented
inspection shall be maintained for the duration of the contract and
made available for review upon request by the PM or SDR.
H. Contractor Safety Program Self-Assessment: The contractor shall
perform one (1) Written Self-Assessment of one element of their
safety program per quarter.

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Change History
ES&H 01065 Specification: January 11, 2008
1.08 Event Notification (Slide #18)
A. The Contractor shall notify the CO, SCR, SCR, or PM
and report the event (when in doubt, report it).
Leaving a message on voice mail or sending a page
does not meet the requirement of notification, you
must speak to the CO, SDR, SCR, or PM.

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Change History
ES&H 01065 Specification: January 11, 2008
1.09 Suspension of Work (Slide #14)
E. Hold Work Order: A hold work order is a document
issued through the contract to that prevents work on
some future task. This is a planning tool to require
further evaluation of a condition or plan before a task
is performed. For example, a Hold Work Order may
be issued prohibiting the pouring of concrete until the
rebar mat is inspected.

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Change History
ES&H 01065 Specification: May 30, 2008
1.06 Contract-Specific Safety Plan (Slide #11)
C. Hazard Communication
1. Contractors shall provide an inventory of all chemicals or
chemical products anticipated for use on the project. The
contractor shall describe how the chemical or chemical
product will be used and the controls that will be established
to ensure they do not present an exposure hazard to
construction workers or collocated SNL Members of the
Workforce. An exemption to this requirement is consumer
products used in the same form, quantity, and concentration
as a product packaged for distribution and use by the general
public. (i.e., Windex, Simple Green, WD-40 in packages sold
for use by the general public)

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Change History
ES&H 01065 Specification: January 27, 2009
1.06 Contract-Specific Safety Plan (Slide #8)
F. Contractor Safety Officer Qualifications must be documented in the
CSSP
3.04 General Project Work Practices (Slide #27)
A. Significant hazards identified require a documented safety briefing
and/or a documented activity/task hazard analysis.
T. Electrical Safe Work Practices (Slide #39):
1. Training Requirements for workers potentially exposed to electrical
hazards.
3. Arc Flash Protection for Qualified and unqualified workers and the
Hazard Risk Category requirements.

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Change History
ES&H 01065 Specification: January 27, 2009
3.04 General Project Work Practices (Slide #26)
X. Asbestos Safety: Asbestos may be present in existing
building materials, finishes, and mechanical systems.
1. Asbestos containing building materials
2. Asbestos Work Release Permits

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