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Published on January 18, 2008

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SIGHT AND HEARING CONSERVATION TRAINING:  SIGHT AND HEARING CONSERVATION TRAINING REFERENCES:  REFERENCES 29 CFR 1910.95 c AND 133 MCO 5100.8E, Encl 6 MCO 6260.1D MARINE CORPS POLICY FOR SIGHT CONSERVATION:  MARINE CORPS POLICY FOR SIGHT CONSERVATION REQUIRES PERSONNEL EXPOSED TO EYE HAZARDOUS AREAS BE PROVIDED WITH ADEQUATE PROTECTION AT GOVERNMENT EXPENSE VISUALLY IMPAIRED::  20/200 IN ONE EYE CORRECTED MUST NOT BE ASSIGNED DUTIES WHICH MAY BE HAZARDOUS TO THEIR REMAINING VISION MUST WEAR EYE PROTECTION EVEN IF NOT ASSIGNED TO EYE HAZARD LOCATIONS. VISUALLY IMPAIRED: SIGHT CONSERVATION:  SPECIFICATIONS ARE GIVEN FOR PROTECTION FROM: - FLYING OBJECTS - FINE DUST PARTICLES - LIQUID SPLASHES - GLARE - RADIANT ENERGY SIGHT CONSERVATION EYE PROTECTION SHALL BE WORN WHEN ::  EYE PROTECTION SHALL BE WORN WHEN : PERFORMING OPERATIONS SUCH AS: - HANDLING MOLTEN METAL - CUTTING AND WELDING - DRILLING - GRINDING - MILLING - CHIPPING SIGHT CONSERVATION:  SIGHT CONSERVATION A RECENT STUDY FOUND THAT APPROXIMATELY 60% OF PERSONNEL WHO SUFFERED EYE INJURIES WERE NOT WEARING EYE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT WHEN ASKED WHY, PERSONNEL INDICATED THAT FACE PROTECTION WAS NOT NORMALLY USED OR PRACTICED IN THEIR TYPE OF WORK, OR IT WAS NOT REQUIRED FOR THE TYPE OF WORK PERFORMED AT THE TIME OF THE ACCIDENT MARINE CORPS SIGHT CONSERVATION PROGRAM::  MARINE CORPS SIGHT CONSERVATION PROGRAM: ELIMINATE EYE INJURIES PREVENT ACCIDENTS FROM FAULTY VISION INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY AND ELIMINATE WASTE CAUSED BY DEFECTIVE VISION MAINTAINED HIGH MORALE CONTROL OF CONTACT LENSES IN AREAS THAT CONTAIN TOXIC VAPORS, DUST, LIQUIDS OR WELDING FUMES. RESPONSIBILITIES:  RESPONSIBILITIES THE SAFETY OFFICE SHALL: - DETERMINE EYE HAZARDOUS AREAS, OCCUPATIONS, AND PROCESSES WHICH REQUIRE EYE PROTECTION -ASSISTANCE SHALL BE PROVIDED BY INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE IN THE ASSESSMENT OF RADIATION AND OTHER HAZARDS AREAS DEFINED AS EYE HAZARDOUS:  AREAS DEFINED AS EYE HAZARDOUS BUFFING SHOPS CLEANING SHOPS CRATING SHOPS DEBURING SHOPS AND ENCLOSURES GRINDING SHOPS METAL MANUFACTURING PNEUMATIC TEST SHOPS WELDING, BURNING SHOPS WOODWORKING SHOPS PUMP AND CARBURETOR TEST SHOPS AREAS AROUND POWER WIRE BRUSHING AREAS SUBJECT TO HIGH VELOCITY AIR BLASTS OCCUPATIONS AND PROCESSES DEFINED AS EYE HAZARDOUS:  OCCUPATIONS AND PROCESSES DEFINED AS EYE HAZARDOUS ABRASIVE GRINDING BATTERY CHARGING OR REPAIR BRAZING BUFFING AND POLISHING (POWER) WELDING AND CUTTING METAL CHIPPING OR CHISELING CLEANING (STEAM, SPRAY, OR BRUSH) WIRE BRUSHING PAINT STRIPPING SANDING (POWER) SANDBLASTING OCCUPATIONS AND PROCESSES DEFINED AS EYE HAZARDOUS CON’T:  OCCUPATIONS AND PROCESSES DEFINED AS EYE HAZARDOUS CON’T DRILLING DROP HAMMER FORGING ENGRAVING (MACHINE) FILING FORGING GRASS MOWING/EDGING HEAT OR GLARE (EXTREME) LIQUID OCCUPATIONS AND PROCESSES DEFINED AS EYE HAZARDOUS CON’T:  OCCUPATIONS AND PROCESSES DEFINED AS EYE HAZARDOUS CON’T LIQUID OXYGEN (HANDLING) METALIZING AND METAL SPRAYING MOLTEN METAL USE OF ACID OR SOLVENT WOODWORKING MINIMUM PROTECTION:  MINIMUM PROTECTION AT A MINIMUM, SIGHT PROTECTIVE DEVICES SHALL BE: - ADEQUATE FOR PROTECTION AGAINST THE HAZARD - DURABLE - CAPABLE OF BEING DISINFECTED - EASY TO CLEAN - KEPT CLEAN - IN GOOD REPAIR TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR:  PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR, GOGGLES OR FACE SHIELDS SHALL BE PROVIDED TO EMPLOYEES WHILE AWAITING DELIVERY OF CORRECTIVE PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR FOR TEMPORARY “COMMON USE” PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR PROVISIONS SHOULD BE MADE FOR - ISSUANCE - CARE AND STERILZATION - REISSUE TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE EYEWARE:  TEMPORARY PROTECTIVE EYEWARE PLANOS OR GOGGLES SHALL BE PROVIDED WHILE AWAITING PRESCRIPTION EYEWARE COMMON USE EYE PROTECTION SHALL BE STERILIZED BEFORE REISSUE MAINTENANCE OF EYEWARE::  MAINTENANCE OF EYEWARE: LENS REPLACEMENT REPAIRS ENFORCEMENT MAINTENANCE OF PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR:  MAINTENANCE OF PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR THE WEARER AND THE SUPERVISOR SHALL ENSURE: - EYE PROTECTION IS CLEANED AND FULLY OPERATIONAL - REPAIRED OR REPLACED IF LOST - REPORT DAMAGED EYEWEAR BASIC FIRST AID:  BASIC FIRST AID NO ATTEMPT SHOULD BE MADE TO REMOVE A PARTICLE LODGED IN THE EYEBALL DO NOT WASH AN EYE THAT HAS BEEN CUT IN ANY WAY BANDAGE BOTH EYES CHEMICAL BURNS SHALL BE FLUSHED IMMEDIATELY WITH TEPID POTABLE WATER FOR AT LEAST 15 MINUTES. PROGRAM SHALL INCLUDE::  PROGRAM SHALL INCLUDE: I.D. OF HAZARDOUS AREAS BY COMMITTEE VISION SCREENING EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM TRAINING PROGRAM ENFORCEMENT BASIC PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:  BASIC PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS SURVEY POSTING OF AREAS EMERGENCY EYEWASH FACILITIES SPECIAL PRECAUTION FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED SCREENING EXAMINATIONS:  SCREENING EXAMINATIONS ALL PERSONNEL WHO WORK IN EYE HAZARDOUS LOCATIONS SHALL BE PROVIDED EYE SCREENING EXAMS PRIOR TO ASSIGNMENT AND ANNUALLY THERE-AFTER TRAINING::  TRAINING: SHALL INCLUDE: - NEED FOR EYE PROTECTION - USE OF AND CARE - LIMITATIONS - OPERATIONS WHICH REQUIRE PROTECTION - HOW TO PROPERLY WEAR - LOCATIONS OF EYEWASH FACILITIES - FIRST AID PROCEDURES MARINE CORPS HEARING CONSERVATION PROGRAM:  MARINE CORPS HEARING CONSERVATION PROGRAM MARINE CORPS’GOAL:  MARINE CORPS’GOAL TO PREVENT OCCUPATIONAL NOISE RELATED HEARING LOSS AMONG MARINE CORPS PERSONNEL BASIC ELEMENTS:  BASIC ELEMENTS SURVEY OF WORKPLACES TO IDENTIFY NOISE HAZARDS AND PERSONNEL AT RISK WHEN FEASIBLE WORKPLACES SHALL BE MODIFIED TO REDUCE NOISE LEVEL TO ACCEPTABLE LEVELS ENGINEERING, ADMINISTRATIVE, CONTROLS MEASURES SHALL BE EMPLOYED WHERE POSSIBLE. PPE SHALL BE USED AS A LAST RESORT. PERIODIC HEARING TEST SHALL BE CONDUCTED TO MONITOR THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PROGRAM NOISE MEASUREMENTS:  NOISE MEASUREMENTS IN ORDER TO EFFECTIVELY CONTROL NOISE, IT IS NECESSARY THAT THE NOISE BE MEASURED AND EVALUATED PROPERLY BY THE INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE DEPT PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMIT (PEL):  PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMIT (PEL) PEL= 84 db(A) twa for 8 hours in a 40 hour work week FOR INPACT OR IMPULSE NOISE -140 dB PEAK COMMON SOUNDS:  COMMON SOUNDS Whisper Normal Conversation Air Conditioner Lawn Mower Loud Rock Music Jet (taking off) Barely Audible Quiet Mod. Loud Ext. Loud Uncomf. Loud Pain Threshold 10 80 80 100 120 140 dB LABELING OF HAZARDOUS NOISE AREAS AND EQUIPMENT:  LABELING OF HAZARDOUS NOISE AREAS AND EQUIPMENT DESIGNATED HAZARDOUS NOISE AREAS SHALL BE LABELED WITH: - NAVMED 6260/2 HAZARDOUS NOISE WARNING DECAL 8”X 10.5” NSN: 0105-LF-004-7200 -NAVMED 6260/2A HAZARDOUS NOISE LABELS (DISPLAYED ON HAND TOOLS), 1”X1.5” NSN: 0105-LF-004-78OO ABATEMENT OF EXISTING NOISE HAZARDS:  ABATEMENT OF EXISTING NOISE HAZARDS ENGINEERING DESIGN TO ELIMINATE OR REDUCE NOISE LEVELS DAMPING THE NOISE BY MEANS OF MUFFLERS, MOUNTINGS, COUPLINGS, INSULATIONS, ETC. ACOUSTICAL ENCLOSURES ISOLATION SUBSTITION OF A LESS NOISY OPERATION ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS TO LIMIT EXPOSURE AUDIOGRAMS::  ALL PERSONNEL SHALL RECEIVE A REFERENCE BASELINE HEARING TEST UPON ENTRY INTO THE MARINE CORPS ALL PERSONNEL ROUTINELY EXPOSED TO HAZARDOUS NOISE OR ASSIGNED AN OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALTY THAT INVOLVES ROUTINE EXPOSURE TO HAZARDOUS NOISE AUDIOGRAMS: MONITORING AUDIOGRAM:  ALL PERSONNEL EXPOSED TO NOISE IN EXCESS OF THE NPEL SHALL RECEIVE PERIODIC MONITORING HEARING TESTS HEARING TESTS SHALL BE CONDUCTED AT LEAST ONCE A YEAR AND ANNUALLY THEREAFTER MONITORING AUDIOGRAM MONITORING AUDIOGRAM:  MONITORING AUDIOGRAM SHALL BE COMPARED TO THE REFERENCE AUDIOGRAM TO DETERMINE IF A SIGNIFICANT THRESHOLD SHIFT HAS OCCURRED. 15 HOUR:  15 HOUR PERSONNEL WHO DEMONSTRATE A SIGNIFICANT THRESHOLD SHIFT (STS) ON THEIR ANNUAL MONITORING AUDIOGRAM SHALL BE RETESTED AFTER THEY HAVE REMAINED FREE FROM ALL NOISE EXPOSURE EXCEEDING 80 db FOR 15 HOURS 40 HOUR:  40 HOUR OCCASIONALLY, AN STS IS STILL EVIDENT FOLLOWING THE 15 HOUR NOISE FREE PERIOD. IF THIS OCCURS, THEN THE PERSONNEL MUST BE KEPT FREE OF ALL NOISE EXPOSURE FOR A PERIOD OF 40 HOURS BEFORE BEING TESTED AGAIN. TERMINATION HEARING TEST:  MILITARY PERSONNEL SHALL RECEIVE A HEARING TEST UPON DISCHARGE FROM THE MARINE CORPS. CIVILIAN PERSONNEL WHO HAVE DEMONSTRATED AN STS, SHALL RECEIVE A HEARING TEST UPON TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT. ALL PERSONNEL REMOVED FROM THE HCP DUE TO NO LONGER WORKING IN NOISE HAZARDOUS AREA, SHALL RECEIVE A AUDIOGRAM TO DOCUMENT THEIR AUDITORY STATUS AT THAT TIME. TERMINATION HEARING TEST RECORD KEEPING:  RECORD KEEPING THE RESULTS OF EACH AUDIOGRAMS SHALL BE KEPT IN PERSONAL MEDICAL RECORDS. PERSONAL HEARING DEVICES:  PERSONAL HEARING DEVICES HEARING PROTECTIVE DEVICES SHALL BE WORN BY ALL PERSONNEL WHERE THERE IS NOISE LEVELS GREATER THAN 84 db(A). A COMBINATION OF INSERT TYPE AND CIRCUMURAL MUFFS (DOUBLE PROTECTION) SHALL BE WORN WHERE LEVELS EXCEED 104 db(A). ALL PERSONNEL EXPOSED TO GUN FIRE, ARTILLERY OR MISSILE FIRING IN A TRAINING EXCERSISES SHALL USE HEARING PROTECTIVE DEVICES. ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROL OF EXPOSURE TIME MAY BE NECESSARY EXCLUSION FROM FUTURE NOISE EXPOSURE:  PERSONNEL WHO EXHIBIT A PROGRESSIVE SERIES OF PERMANENT THRESHOLD SHIFTS MUST BE CONSIDERED AS HIGH RISK FOR FUTURE HEARING DETERIORATION. THEY MUST BE GIVEN SPECIAL CONSIDRATION UNDER THIS PROGRAM EXCLUSION FROM FUTURE NOISE EXPOSURE TRAINING:  ALL PERSONNEL IN THE HEARING CONSERVATION PROGRAM SHALL BE NOTIFIED AND RECEIVE TRAINING IN: - THE ELEMENTS AND RATIONAL FOR A HEARING CONSERVATION PROGRAM - PROPER WEARING AND MAINTENANCE OF HEARING DEVICES - COMMAND AND INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBLITIES - OFF-DUTY PRACTICES - INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY IN PROTECTING THEIR OWN HEARING - HOW HEARING LOSS EFFECTS EMPLOYABILITY, RETENTION, JOB PERFORMANCE AND CAREER PROGRESSION TRAINING

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