Published on January 2, 2008
Slide1: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS LCDR Dave Ellenbecker Email: [email protected] INSURV WEBSITE: http://www.spawar.navy.mil/fleet/insurv Slide2: MATERIAL INSPECTIONS Slide3: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS DAMAGE CONTROL Slide4: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS SAR/SCBA for GFE ISSUE: SAR/SCBA equipment is not being maintained IAW PMS. Bottles are not hydrostatic tested (every 3yrs). Gages are not tested/calibrated. Bottles are low in pressure. Regulators not set/tagged POC/REF: INSURV POC: LCDR Ballance, (757) 462-7881 EXT 3014 SYSTEM POC: Mark Black, ISEA, (805) 234-4452) Slide5: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS SCBA FACE PIECES ISSUE: SCBA face pieces are cracked. S/F is not identifying cracks in the SCBA face pieces. NAVSURFWARCEN PANAMA CITY FL., MSG DTG R211522Z Jul 04 refers to Fleet Wide SCBA Face piece change out. POC/REF: INSURV POC: LCDR Ballance, (757) 462-7881 EXT 3014 SYSTEM POC: Mark Black, ISEA, (805) 234-4452 Slide6: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS MAIN DRAINAGE EDUCTORS ISSUE: Main Drainage Eductor and bilge suction check valves are leaking by back into the spaces. S/F not maintaining bilges clean. POC/REF: INSURV POC: LCDR Ballance, (757) 462-7881 EXT 3014 SYSTEM POC: Steve Albert, ISEA, (215) 284-8569 Slide7: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS DECK Slide8: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS MK1 LIFE PRESERVER (VEST TYPE) ISSUE: Distress marker light batteries are missing service life expiration date stickers. (not being maintained IAW PMS). Defective C02 cylinders installed. POC/REF: INSURV POC: LCDR BALL, (757) 462-7881 EXT 3088 SYSTEM POC: NAVSEA 05P6 Mark Campbell, (202) 781-3619 REFS: MIP 5832/014 (U-1) NAVICP MECHANICSBURG PA message (DTG 072331Z Feb 02) Slide9: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS BOAT HANDLING DAVIT ISSUE: Boat Davit Winch gear case oil emulsified. POC/REF: INSURV POC: LCDR BALL, (757) 462-7881 EXT 3088 SYSTEM POC: NAVSEA 9731 THOMAS GOLDBACHER, (215) 897-7862 REFS: MIP 5831/002-030 Slide10: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS RHIB NEUTRAL SAFETY SWITCH ISSUE: RHIB neutral safety switch inoperable. POC/REF: INSURV POC: LCDR BALL, (757) 462-7881 EXT 3088 SYSTEM POC: NSWC Code 2313 BUDDY MCKINLEY, (757) 462-4539 REFS: 7MRHIB Tech Manual Slide11: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS MEDEVAC LITTER, STOKES RESCUE LITTER ISSUE: MEDEVAC Litter, Stokes Rescue Litter slings not meeting weight test periodicity. POC/REF: INSURV POC: LCDR BALL, (757) 462-7881 EXT 3088 SYSTEM POC: SAR MODEL MANAGER, LT KEN CRINION (619) 545-5402 REFS: MIP 5832/003 NWP 3-50.1 NAVAIR 13-1-6.5 Slide12: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS AVIATION Slide13: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS Aviation Fire Fighting Proximity Suits ISSUE: Fire Fighting Proximity Suits have been an issue across all platforms. Inspected suits have been of the wrong standard. POC/REF: INSURV POC: CDR WOOTEN (757) 462-7578 EXT 3025 IAW NAVAIR 00-80R-14 and NAVAIRSYSCOM MSG DTGs 031450Z AUG 04 and 290920Z APR 04, each element of the proximity suits shall be the 1976 Standard/2000 edition and labeled as such. Slide14: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS FLIGHT DECK FLOODLIGHTS ISSUE: Flight Deck surface floodlights(dustpan) PMS not being conducted MIP 4926/HDL, M-1/18M-3 POC/REF: INSURV POC: CDR WOOTEN (757) 462-7578 EXT 3025 Slide15: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS CRANIAL PMS ISSUE: Cranial PMS not being conducted MIP 5882/008, Periodicity R-1/U-1/U-2 POC/REF: INSURV POC: CDR WOOTEN (757) 462-7578 EXT 3025 INSURV SAFETY CONCERNSCrash Kits: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS Crash Kits Aircraft crash kit tools missing INSURV POC: CDR WOOTEN (757) 462-7578 EXT 3025 Slide17: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS NAVOSH Slide18: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS ACCESS TRUNK SAFETY NETS ISSUE: Incorrect installation/design of access trunk safety nets. POC/REF: INSURV POC: LCDR Dave Ellenbecker (757) 462-7578 EXT 3073 SYSTEM POC: ANTHONY VENTI, NSWCC, (215) 897-7781 EMAIL [email protected] NAVSEA Drawing 804-5184163 REV A Slide19: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS NAVOSH ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAMS ISSUE: Safety Officers are not implementing nor maintaining the required NAVOSH administrative programs. POC/REF: INSURV POC: LCDR Ellenbecker (757) 462-7578 EXT 3073 REFS: OPNAVINST 5100.19D, OPNAVINST 5100.25A, OPNAVINST 5100.12G Safety Council and Committees NAVOSH Training Safety Petty Officers Mishap Records Respirator Prot. Slide20: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS SUPPLY Slide21: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS GAYLORD HOOD INTERCEPTOR SYSTEM ISSUE: Shipboard hot water heaters are not supplying hood system with the required minimum temperature of 160F. POC/REF: INSURV POC: LT JORDAN (757) 462-7578 EXT 3096 REFS: NAVSEA S6161-HAFSE-010/09051, MANU TECH MAN, NSTM 510-6.25 Slide22: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS SINGLE AND MULTI-TANK DISHWASHERS ISSUE: Final rinse temps are not reaching the minimum requirement of 180 F. Improper sanitation & cleanliness can lead to illness of crew members at temperatures below 180 F. POC/REF: INSURV POC: LT JORDAN (757) 462-7578 EXT 3096 REFS: NAVMED P-5010, NSF STD NR3, NSTM 651, NAVSUP 486 Slide23: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS DEEP FAT FRYER ISSUE: Deep fat fryers have failed to trip at the maximum temperature of 460 F. Potential for personnel & property damage can occur when the grease heats to temps above 460 F. POC/REF: INSURV POC: LT JORDAN (757) 462-7578 EXT 3096 REFS: FED SPEC S-F-695G; PMS MIP6539/001-AO Slide24: INSURV PRESENTATION COMBAT SYSTEMS Slide25: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS COMMON SAFETY DISCREPANCIES ISSUE: Electronic Cooling Water (ECW) Sensors: Often various system parameter monitoring devices were degraded or inop. IE; flow, temp, conductivity, pressure and filters. POC/REF: INSURV POC : LCDR BARBOSA (757) 462-7578 EXT 3076 SYSTEM POC: NSWC (S) 9343 (215) 897-1197; NSWC (C) 9243, (215) 897-7231. REF: GSO-320E, EIMB INSTALLATION STDS 3-6.1. NSTM'S 505, 532, GSO 532 Slide26: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS MAST INSPECTIONS ISSUE: Numerous safety discrepancies identified during recent mast material inspections. POC/REF: INSURV POC: LCDR BARBOSA (757) 462-7578 EXT 3012 SYSTEM POC: NSWCCD CODE 65; NSWCC 809320/809410 REF: GSO 170/400/400C/555/612/622D/ 634D/662/663/ 670, NAVSEA SE00-00-EIM-0110, MIP 6641, OPNAV 5100.19(D) AND SHIP DRAWINGS. Climber safety rails missing stopper pins. Some climber safety rails installed in the temporary vice permanent configuration. (Attached to the ladder vice actual mast) Typically find loose metallic FOD on platforms. (Ships force) Non skid missing or deteriorated on platforms. Slide27: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS ELECTRICAL Slide28: INSURV PRESENTATION ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC WORK BENCHES ISSUE - UNSAFE FOR USE POC/REF: INSURV POC LCDR JEFF MANIA 757-462-7578 EXT.3099 [email protected] SYSTEM POC Mr. Clinton Randolph NSWCCD-SSES CODE 9345 215-897-1195 NSTM 300R6 App H and IN-SERVICE ENGINEERING ADVISORY Nr. 019-04, DTG 241508Z AUG 04 THINGS TO LOOK FOR: Switches (type2) that do not disconnect all power Installed/exposed metal objects Proper compliance with ISE 019-04 ICW downgrading of workbenches. Slide29: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS AUXILARIES Slide30: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS STEAM WATER HEATERS for WASHROOM USE ISSUES: OPERATING TEMPS LISTED IN PMS EXCEED THE SAFETY RANGE OF NSTM 533 AND POOR MATERIAL CONDITION POC/REF: INSURV POC: LCDR JACK MIDGETT 757-462-7881 EXT 3085 [email protected] SYSTEM POC: MR. WOJTEK KURSA, NSWCCD 215-897-1490 REFS: NSTM 533 Para 533-2.3.7 PMS MIP A-181/001-54 MRC A-2 (90 S75F N). Slide31: INSURV SAFETY CONCERNS VERTICAL PACKAGE CONVEYORS DUMBWAITERS ISSUE: INCREASING NUMBER OF IN SERVICE LIMIT DISCREPANCIES POC/REF: INSURV POC: LCDR CARLOS SUAREZ [email protected] 757-462-7881 EXT 3030 SYSTEM POC: MR. JOHN CAVALIERI NAVSEA 05P8 215-897-1490 REFS: ACNS TO NSTM 572 THINGS TO LOOK FOR: INOP/OUT OF ADJUSTMENT SWITCHES INOP/MISSING CONTROL STATION COMM DEVICES MISFED/BIRDCAGED HOIST WIRE OVER OR UNDER-RATED MOTOR CONTROLLER FUSES INOPERABLE REMOTE EMERGENCY STOPS NOT USING SAFETY SHIELDS Slide32: INSURV PRESENTATION BACK-UP SLIDES Slide33: RECOMMENDATIONS Improve EOSS/PMS compliance during system operations. NAVSEA review reliability of MORPAC operated valves. ISSUES • Poor ability to remotely dewater main engineering spaces. Unable to operate secondary drain eductors to dewater auxiliary spaces. DAMAGE CONTROL SYSTEMS MAIN/SECONDARY DRAINAGE (EOC – 0.68 Main Drain / 0.54 Secondary Drain) 33 of 39 ships inspected had Main Drainage EOCs that were Degraded or Unsatisfactory 25 of 39 ships inspected had Secondary Drainage EOCs that were Degraded or Unsatisfactory CAUSES • Valves overtightened to compensate for seat leak-by. Valves fouled by debris. Unreliable valve motor operators. Vacuum gauge failures. Secondary Drainage systems lack ownership. Slide34: REFRIGERATION UNITS ISSUES Shipboard Refrigeration plants EOC decreased since 2003. CAUSES Safety or control devices misadjusted or inoperative (time delay relays, pressure and temperature switches). Other common deficiencies: Moisture indicators washed out or missing. Halocarbon Alarms (Refrigeration Detection) not properly programmed, inop or faulty. Lube oil and refrigerant leaks around piping, compressor shaft seals and fittings. Control valves (PRV, TXV, Water reg valve) misadjusted, leaking or inop. Oil heaters were inop or not in use IAW EOSS/technical standards. RECOMMENDATIONS Revise ICMP class specific assessment procedures to fully test Refrigeration system. ISEA include verification of alarm setting as part of EOSS procedures. Refrigeration Units: Refrigeration Units Calibration Pressure or temperature switch misadjusted or inop. Gage inop or calibration missing or out-of-periodicity. Flexible hose hydrostatic data missing or out-of-periodicity Other Labeling, color scheme incorrect, corrosion, ventilation issues, debris Compressor Inoperative unit, accumulator undercharged, lube oil low levels or leaks, shaft seal leaks, suction/discharge compressor valves leak by, refrigerant leakage or level low. STEAM HOT WATER HEATERS: STEAM HOT WATER HEATERS Issue: Hot water heaters not being operated at safe and proper temperatures (120-130 deg F for showers and sinks per NSTM). Galley and laundry water heaters also improperly set. Causes: High temperature shutdown devices not properly set. Temperature regulating devices either misadjusted or inoperative. Lagging missing, removed or torn. Steam leaks causing significant corrosion as well as contributing to crew heat stress issues. Installed circ pumps inoperative. Recommendations: Correct heat stress generating leaks. Verify and operate safety devices within specification. Slide37: VENTILATION AIR FLOW ALARMS ISSUE • 221 of 300 Ventilation Air Flow Alarms were either inop or misadjusted. CAUSES • Alarm Set Point (ASP) documentation is contradictory. • PMS accomplishment inadequate or PMS not available. Operator/Maintainer lack of knowledge. • Analog Alarm Panels damaged from drained batteries. RECOMMENDATIONS • Standardize ASP value and update documentation. • Ensure PMS is established for all alarms and verify cleaning periodicity. • Provide education on matching Analog Alarm Panels with corresponding Pinwheel Sensors. • Accelerate installation of MACHALT 443. Slide38: COMPRESSED MELT UNITS ISSUE • 67 of 120 Compressed Melt Units were inoperative. CAUSES PMS not being performed. (requires daily Tag-Out of CMUs). • Overloading of CMUs with plastic waste. • Required mold release agent not used. RECOMMENDATIONS • Expedite installation of new MOD1 CMU Fleet-wide: • Reduces PMS by 60%. • Reduces operation time by 50%. • 34 less components. • Improves reliability by 50%.