Published on July 28, 2014
Kyocera America Inc. Environmental, Health and Safety Training Level I: Kyocera America Inc. Environmental, Health and Safety Training Level I Course Overview: Course Overview Hazcom/Hazmat Emergency Response / Hazmat Business Plan Spill Response / SPCC Storm Water OHSAS 18001 ISO 14001 PowerPoint Presentation: 2014/7/28 3 H az ardous W aste OP erations and E mergency R esponse Guidance is give in California Code of Regulations Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. Requires employers have an emergency response plan to handle spills Only employees trained in HAZWOPER should handle other than minor spills AED Introduction: Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Device that measures electrical activity of the heart. Used to provide a lifesaving shock when needed. Prior to using an AED call security at extension 2400 and inform them of the emergency and the need to dial 911. AED Introduction 4 PowerPoint Presentation: Apply an AED as soon as possible to an unresponsive, non-breathing victim. Turn on unit and follow voice prompts. One button operation makes it easy to use. It will not advance to the next step unless you complete the previous step. It automatically monitors the patient's cardiac rhythm and determines if the patient requires a defibrillation shock. If no shock is needed, it will not deploy the shock. YOU CAN NOT USE THE AED IN A WRONG WAY !!! Turn on AED Follow Instructions It is that simple! AED Locations: AED Locations 6 3 Units within KAI East and West Entrances 2 nd floor north end of the Gym hallway AED Locations- (Continued): AED Locations- (Continued) 7 3 Units within KAI East and West Entrances 2 nd floor north end of the Gym hallway Key Elements of the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard: Key Elements of the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard is composed of five key elements. These five key elements are: 1. Written Program 2. Training 3. Materials Inventory 4. Material Safety Data Sheets 5. Labeling What is an MSDS (now SDS)? : What is an MSDS (now SDS)? A Safety Data Sheet (SDS) provides detailed information about a specific hazardous material. SDSs are located in every work area that stores hazardous materials. An SDS contains the following information: : An SDS contains the following information: Identity (name of substance) Physical Hazards (target organs) Health Hazards Emergency First Aid Procedures Routes of Entry Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL) Carcinogenic Factors Safe- Handling Procedures Control Measures (PPE) PowerPoint Presentation: New 2012 changes to OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) are bringing the U.S. into alignment with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals ( GHS ), improving safety and health protections for America's workers. These new revisions to OSHA's current Hazard Communication Standard, the GHS is expected to prevent injuries and illnesses, save lives and improve trade conditions for chemical manufacturers. The Hazard Communication Standard in 1983 gave the workers the 'right to know,' but the new Globally Harmonized System gives workers the 'right to understand. Video Presentation ( Click Here ) Hazard Communication Safety Additional GHS information: Additional GHS information Pictograms only required on original manufacturer’s containers (we will continue to use the diamond labels for the containers used in production AKA secondary containers) New Chemical Acquisition: New Chemical Acquisition EMS 1062 is the procedure for “New Chemical Acquisition”. EH&S needs to review and approve chemical safety prior to being brought into the facility. Proper Hazardous Materials Storage: Proper Hazardous Materials Storage Types of Hazardous Material (HazMat): Types of Hazardous Material (HazMat) Flammables (solvents) Combustibles (diesel fuel) Corrosives (acid, chlorine bleach, alkaline cleaners, etc.) Compressed gases (hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, etc.) Reactives (sulfuric acid) Toxics (oils, nickel, cadmium, lead) Labeling: Labeling Every container must have a label with: Name of the chemical “Appropriate” hazard warning Every material must have an MSDS at the work area. 3 1 0 Alcohol Confined Space Entry: Confined Space Entry What is a confined space: Limited entry and egress Not designed for human occupancy Designed so that a person can perform a work task KAI has a Confined Space Entry Procedure HS1250 Confined spaces at KAI are identified with Confined Space signs. Only trained and authorized personnel are allowed to enter confined space, with approval of the EH&S Department. Contact anyone in the EH&S Department for more information. Compressed Gases: Compressed Gases Key storage requirements for compressed gases: Secure large cylinders from tipping (double strap flammables) Store propane and other compressed gas fuel cylinders separate from flammable materials Separate incompatible gas cylinders in bulk storage (e.g., oxygen and acetylene) Post NO SMOKING signs at storage facilities Designated smoking areas must be at least 50 feet from storage area Typical bottle storage Emergency Notification Procedure: Emergency Notification Procedure “Emergency” shall include any situation that could result in injury to personnel, property damage, environmental impact, or may require evacuation of people from the building. These situations may be the result of, but not limited to fire or explosion, chemical incident (inside or outside of the plant), power outage, earthquake, vehicle or aircraft incident. Emergency Notification Procedure: Emergency Notification Procedure In the event of an emergency, immediately contact the security guards. The main (west) security guard desk (EXT 2400/2404) shall be called in the event outside emergency services are required, from your cell phone call 858-576-2600 and press 0 or ask to be transferred to west security When emergencies occur and you need information about plant operations, call in to the main number 858-576-2600 to listen to a special recorded message. PowerPoint Presentation: Be prepared to give the security guard the following information: Fire : location of the fire in the plant, type of fire, your name and phone extension Injured or Ill Employee : nature of the injury or illness, location of the injured or ill person, your name and phone extension Problems requiring police assistance : nature of the problem, location of the problem, your name and phone extension. Emergency Notification Procedure Emergency Notification Procedure: Emergency Notification Procedure If an evacuation is required for the safety of employees, an evacuation can be initiated by pulling the alarm pull boxes. Be sure you know the locations of the alarm pull boxes! The alarm pull box does not alert outside fire services – the main security guard desk will make this notification, if necessary. Evacuation Procedures: Evacuation Procedures Upon hearing the evacuation notification, immediately leave the building by the nearest exit to the outside. Employees will not return to their work areas. Once outside of the building, all employees must immediately proceed to their designated assembly areas in the parking lots and report to their supervisors and/or lead personnel. Unless a life threatening situation exists no one will leave the company grounds without explicit permission of the supervisor and/or manager during an evacuation. Evacuation Procedures: Evacuation Procedures Employees working in “clean rooms” will not stop to remove clean room clothing. During a power outage, the emergency evacuation lights will turn on, use the lights to safely evacuate the building. No employee will return into the plant building after an evacuation until authorization has been given to managers by an Emergency Response Team coordinator. All employees need to know where their nearest emergency exit is located, the route to that exit, and their designated outside assembly area. Visitors: Visitors If you have a visitor in the building you are required to stay with your visitor especially during an evacuation and to escort them outside to the muster point. Fire: Fire The safety of our employees always takes precedence over the protection of property. In the event of a small to moderate fire, an attempt may be made to extinguish the fire. However, when in doubt, or if a threat to life or serious injury exists, all employees must be evacuated from the area or the entire building. Be sure to know where the locations of the fire extinguishers are in your work area, and how they operate. Fire Extinguisher Training: Fire Extinguisher Training Click the Fire Extinguisher to Play Spill Prevention & Response to Emergencies: Spill Prevention & Response to Emergencies Contingency plan includes: Emergency response procedures for incidents: i.e, spills, leaks, and environmental contamination Emergency response procedures for hazardous waste fire or explosion Hazardous waste spill reporting procedures and requirements Chemical Spills: Chemical Spills If safe, employees may try to contain the spill (using absorbent pads/socks) to prevent spread of the spill to other areas, into storm drains, or off-site. All personnel involved in spill cleanup must wear appropriate PPE. Clean-up and disposal of all materials will be coordinated by the EH&S Dept. DO NOT FLUSH ANY LIQUIDS INTO THE STORM DRAIN. Emergency Equipment Locations: Emergency Equipment Locations Spill control materials and chemical PPE are located in the following “Emergency Response Spill Carts”: Outside of Water Treatment Plant Driveway outside of Manual Plating Driveway outside of the Cafeteria Spill Prevention and Countermeasure and Control (SPCC): Spill Prevention and Countermeasure and Control (SPCC) KAI has prepared and complies with the SPCC requirements due to the total quantity of petroleum that we have on our facility. (diesel fuel and oil) Purpose of SPCC Rule is to help prevent discharges from reaching navigable waters or adjoining shorelines. SPCC Plans describe equipment, workforce, procedures, and training to prevent, control, and provide adequate countermeasures to a discharge. PowerPoint Presentation: 33 2014/7/28 The Basics of OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health & Safety Management System PowerPoint Presentation: What is OHSAS 18001? OHSAS 18001 is the standard for occupational health and safety management systems. Originally developed in early 1990’s and later revised in 1999 to be more compatible with ISO 14001. OHSAS 18001 gives you the framework to identify, control and reduce the risks associated with health and safety in your workplace. PowerPoint Presentation: 35 OHSAS 18001 and Kyocera America KAI completed the certification requirements to OHSAS 18001 Certification in September 2013 KAI OHS policy, procedures, objectives and targets are posted on the intranet. KAI established Job Safety Analysis for operations and processes within the facility. These can be found on the intranet: KyoSphere-KAI-Resources-Environmental Health & Safety: JSA KAI employee representatives are: Carlos Hall and Chris Villegas PowerPoint Presentation: KAI’s Occupational, Health and Safety Policy Review OHS management system performance and commit to continuous improvement in workplace health and safety. Meet all applicable laws and regulations associated with occupational health ands safety. Perform routine occupational health and safety audits and risk assessment sot evaluate preventative corrective actions to prevent and minimize occupational injury illness. Conduct health and safety training for all affected personnel. OHSAS 18001 Objective and Targets for CY 2013 : OHSAS 18001 Objective and Targets for CY 2013 2013-01 Reduce OSHA Recordable Injuries /Illnesses by 50% 2013-02 Increase number of Employees Safety Suggestions 2013-03 Reduce RMI (Repetitive Motion Injuries) by 50% 2013-04 Reduce Back Injuries PowerPoint Presentation: Environmental Management System ISO 14001 Kyocera America, Inc. Environmental Policy: Kyocera America, Inc. Environmental Policy We are committed to environmental excellence KAI’s environmental policy is as follows: 3. Commit to continuous improvement in environmental performance including prevention of pollution. 4. Provide environmental management system training to employees as appropriate. Strive to conserve natural resources and minimize or eliminate adverse environmental impacts associated with our products, services and operations. 2. Commit to conform with or, where applicable, exceed local, state and federal environmental laws and regulations. Environmental Management System Objectives and Targets FY14 : Environmental Management System Objectives and Targets FY14 Increase the amount of discarded material that is recycled, including the discarded material from the tenant companies located in this facility. Create baseline from FY14 1st quarter results, Increase recycling rates 10% over baseline. Reduce water usage that is applied for landscaping and production wet operations by 5% over the FY13 usage results Work with local company to study possible carpooling routes. Storm Water: Storm Water Kyocera America, Inc. (KAI), San Diego Plant is regulated for storm water discharges. The regulations require that training be completed for employees and contractors that handle any materials that could be discharged to the storm drain system in the event of improper handling or accident. KAI developed a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) that addresses all areas of the facility that would have the potential to allow unauthorized water or materials to enter the storm drain. Best Management Practices (BMP’s) are used to insure that all efforts are made to prevent unauthorized discharges to the Storm Drain System by using methods such as, Good Housekeeping, Spill Prevention, Inspection and Reporting. All employees and contractors shall insure that they use BMP’s in their daily activities. Storm Water: Storm Water At KAI, NO activities that produce a flow of water are authorized to enter the storm drain system. ONLY stormwater from rain events is allowed to enter the storm drain system. No trash or debris should be left to enter the storm drain system (including cigarette butts), so insure that all actions are taken to keep the storm drains clean. If a potential or actual unauthorized source is found immediately notify someone from EH&S so actions can be taken. Storm Water: Storm Water Everything that goes into the storm drain flows to the San Diego River, then to the ocean. Any harmful materials that enter the storm drain will eventually impact the environment. Electrical Safety: Electrical Safety Unless you have special training and authorization, you may not: Make any repairs to electrical equipment Open up the case of any equipment that uses electricity Use any tools or meters to test for the presence of electricity Always get a qualified person to perform these tasks for you. Shocked?: Shocked? Report to Health & Safety immediately if you experience an electric shock Have a coworker assist you You will be examined and may be monitored to determine if you suffered any injury You may be at risk for delayed effects of electrical shock PowerPoint Presentation: Questions?