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MFD Safety Program

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Accidents, Injuries, and Incidents

Report

Immediately inform your supervisor or their designee in the event of a:

  • Workplace Injury (if life threatening injury, seek medical assistance first, and inform supervisor as soon as possible)
  • Traffic accident resulting in injury or damage to government property (e.g.; structures, personal or GSA motor vehicle, including forklift, electric carts moped, bicycle)
    • Also call SLAC Site Security (X 5555) if on-site or local law enforcement if off-site
  • SLAC property damage
  • Hazardous Material Spills on SLAC property
    • Also, report a soil, asphalt or storm drain spills to X5555. Take precaution not to endanger yourself, if you attempt to control the spread of the spill.

Supervisors or their designee must immediately notify Randy Ralston or Britt von Thaden.

 

Medical Assistance

Seek emergency medical assistance:

  •  Life threatening injuries call ‘911’ and ‘5555’
    (Electric shock, heart attack, loss of consciousness, fainting, serious bleeding, and difficulty breathing, broken bones, whenever medical transportation is needed
  • Non-emergency injuries
    • During business hours (8:00 am - 4:30 pm.) - go to SLAC Medical Dept. (B028) Business Hours
    • During non-business hours - seek care at one of the clinics below.

 

Accident and Injury Follow up

  • Within 24 hours of the Injury:  Injured employee must complete and submit an Occupational Injury/Illness Report: Employee First Report of Injury (SU-17A).  This form is usually completed at SLAC Medical and its completion is required even if no medical treatment is sought.  The purpose of the SU-17A is to document the injury and begin the notification and investigation process.
     
  • Within 3-Business days of the Injury: The injured employee’s supervisor must submit the Incident Investigation form (SU-17B) to the workers’ compensation administrator. Copies of SU-17B are sent to MFD ES&H Coordinator and also kept with the supervisor.
    • MFD ES&H Coordinator will assist the supervisor in drafting the SU-17B.
    • MFD ES&H Coordinator maybe required, as determined by the ES&H Incident Investigation Program manager (IIPM), to perform a causal analysis using the Apollo RealityCharting tool, and develop corrective actions within 30-Business days of the incident.  The causal analysis report, if ready,  may also be reviewed at the time of the incident follow-up meeting.
  • Traffic accidents, resulting in damage to government property, including structures and vehicles must be investigated by the supervisor and MFD ES&H Coordinator, recorded on a SU-17B form and submitted to the IIPM within 3-Business days of the accident.
     
  • Non-Injury accidents, not otherwise requiring submittal to the IIPM, maybe investigated, corrective actions developed and recorded on a SU-17B form by MFD ES&H Coordinator.

     

Within one week of any safety or spill incident involving MFD personnel, a meeting will be held with the supervisor, a MFD ES&H Coordinator, and possibly the Department Head.  This meeting will be coordinated by the MFD ES&H Coordinator

 

 

 

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Last update: August 04, 2014