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Orientation Training
EHSRM Sections
 Occupational Safety
 Industrial Hygiene (IH)
 Ergonomics
 Environmental
 Protection of Minors
 Risk Management
 Hazardous Materials
General Information
 Environmental, Health, Safety and Risk Management
(EHSRM)
 Promotes and supports a safe and healthy campus
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environment
Offers consultation and training in environmental, health,
safety and risk management
Establishes policies and procedures as they relate to EHSRM
Investigates unsafe conditions, accidents and injuries
Applies for and manages state and federally required plans
and permits
Is the main contact for all state and federal regulators and
inspectors
Occupational Safety
Assisting you with Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA) requirements and other recognized health and safety
directives. Ways we can assist:
 Safety Assessments: Provide an on-site safety evaluation of your
workplace
 Accident/Incident Investigations: Determine root causes and
provide corrective action provisions to help prevent similar
accidents/injuries
 Unsafe Condition Report Program: Helping our UAF
community remain safe by identifying and correcting campus
conditions that could result in injury
 Safety Awareness Incentive Program: Rewarding employees for
voluntary participation in selected safety programs which
ultimately aid in compliance
Occupational Safety
 Ice Cleat Program: Providing UAF employees with free ice
cleats (traction devices) to help prevent slips and falls on
ice/snow
 Remote Travel Emergency Plans (RTEP): Assisting in
developing and reviewing UAF RTEPs which help ensure a safe
trip afield
 Job Hazard Analysis (JHA): Providing specialized training and
assistance to develop JHAs which identify workplace hazards and
protective measures
Occupational Safety
 Safety Awareness Incentive Program: Rewarding employees
for voluntary participation in selected safety programs. Some of
the ways employees can win incentive prizes include:
- Completing all required safety training
- Answering the “Safety Challenge” question on our website
- Submitting an “Unsafe Condition Report” from our website
- Just by being observed working in a safe manner
Remember, you can NOT be released from
your job, reprimanded, or otherwise
disciplined, for reporting a safety
concern. It’s the law!
CONTACT INFO
Gary Beaudette
Kim Knudsen
474-2763
474-5476
Accident and Injury
ANNUAL AVERAGES
 $ 625,000
 85 RECORDABLE
INJURIES
 32% ARE SLIPS, TRIPS,
FALLS
RECENTLY
 2012 - 146 INJURIES
 2013 – 127 INJURIES
THROUGH JULY
“Go ahead and laugh. Snow, sleet,
or ice, I have not fallen once in 5
years.”
Injuries by % - 2006 – 2011 average
Striking object
9.8%
Strain
6.3%
Falling Object
- Struck by
3.7%
Repeated/
cumulative
trama/stress
5.9%
Laceration
6.1%
Slip/Trip/Fall
Outside
21.5%
Slip/Trip/Fall
Inside
10.5%
Lifting/
Handling
object
12.7%
Overuse/
overextension
6.1%
Accident – Injury Reporting
 Report any instance of personal injury, regardless of severity
 Examples include: cuts/lacerations, injuries from slips and falls,
chemical exposures, allergic reactions, muscle strains, repetitive
motion/ergonomic injuries, debris in eyes
 Employees must use the UAF Accident/Incident Report found at
http://www.uaf.edu/safety/
 DO NOT use the UA Incident Report on UA’s website
 Complete the report and send to EHSRM within 4 working hours
of the injury event
 Report student and visitor injuries directly to the System Office of
Risk Services Claims Department at 907 786-1716
Accident – Injury Reporting
 Call 911 when injuries require
prompt medical treatment
 Immediately report to EHSRM
any accident with injuries that
results in transport for medical
treatment or results in known or
potential overnight
hospitalization
 Overnight hospitalization must
be reported to EHSRM no later
than 8-hours from the time the
accident occurred
Failure to notify
EHSRM of an overnight
hospitalization within
8-hours of the accident
can result in OSHA
citations and penalties
(fines) to the
department!
Accident – Injury Reporting
Worker Compensation Claims
 Claims should be filed for any OSHA recordable injury
 Effective 07/22/2013, all Alaska employers/employees MUST use the
new Alaska forms to report a claim of work injury or illness
 Each reporting of injury/illness now requires two forms:
 Employee Report of Occupational Injury and Illness to Employer
(Form 07-6100) http://www.uaf.edu/safety/
 Employer Report of Occupational Injury and Illness to Division of
Worker’s Compensation (Form 07-6101)Forms must be completed
within 10 days of accident http://www.uaf.edu/safety/
 Completed forms must be printed, signed, and faxed to the System
Office of Risk Services (907-786-1412) and UAF EHSRM (907- 4745489)
Industrial Hygiene
http://www.uaf.edu/safety/industrial-hygiene/
 What is Industrial Hygiene? The
anticipation, recognition, evaluation,
and control of environmental factors in
the workplace that may result in injury,
illness, impairment, or affect the wellbeing of workers
 Industrial hygienists utilize engineering,
work practice, and administrative
controls as the primary means of
reducing employee exposure to
occupational hazards
If you suspect a
hazardous condition
is present in your
workplace or just
have a question or
concern, contact us
to perform an
evaluation. We are
dedicated to the wellbeing of the UAF
community.
Industrial Hygiene
Typical Industrial Hygiene Concerns
 Chemical - managing use in laboratories and facility shops
 Ventilation –fume hoods, snorkels, office air exchange
 Noise – assess noise levels in your work space
 Lasers and radiation – protection and training
 Infectious agents, allergens, mold – sampling and assessment
 Indoor Air Quality - CO2, temperature, odors
 Occupational health - respirators, hearing tests
 Assist in selecting personal protective equipment
CONTACT INFO
Andy Krumhardt
Tracey Martinson
474-5197
474-6771
Ergonomics
http://www.uaf.edu/safety/industrial-hygiene/ergonomics/
 Ergonomics is an applied science that coordinates the design of
devices, systems and physical working conditions with the
capacities and requirements of the worker. So
If something in your workspace doesn’t feel right
- you probably need an ergonomic assessment
 The Ergonomic Program offers
 Training and Awareness
 Workstation Evaluations
 Corrective Actions and Recommendations
 Don’t postpone calling if something
hurts – we may be able to help
CONTACT INFO
Carol Shafford
474-5413
Environmental
 UAF is regulated by state/federal agencies; we have the
following permits and plans
 State Air Quality operating permit – main campus
 State Stormwater Discharge Permit and Plan– main campus
 Federal Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC)
for oil spills – all campuses and facilities
 GHU Wastewater Discharge Pretreatment Plan – main campus,
Lena Point, UAF hanger
 Federal 90 day Hazardous Waste Accumulation Point permit – main
campus
 Federal Wetland Permits – project specific
Environmental
 You need to contact us when
 You spill a hazardous material or oil, including petroleum products
and vegetable oil
 You are installing a stationary, fossil-fuel burning piece of equipment
like a boiler, generator, furnace, woodstove, kiln, heater, pump
 You are installing a new or replacement above ground or underground
oil tank
 You are disturbing soils/ground for reasons including installation of a
building, a research project, a parking area, etc.
 You are changing drainage patterns on main campus with culverts,
fill, ditching, etc.
CONTACT INFO
Thadd Williamson 474-2762
Liz Kerin
474-5812
Protection of Minors
http://www.uaf.edu/safety/minors/
 UAF promotes and engages in many programs, events and
activities that involve Minors (a person under the age of 18 years)
 To provide a safe environment, all UAF employees must take
awareness, policy and reporting training
 The policy will help guide your activities and interactions with
minors
 Awareness and reporting training will guide you in identifying
issues that should be reported and how and to whom to report
 If you are involved in an activity that includes minors (camps,
summer sessions, classes, or programs)
 You may need a background check
 You should consult with EHSRM
for guidance
CONTACT INFO
Billie Swaim
Frances Isgrigg
474-6164
474-5487
Risk Management
http://www.uaf.edu/safety/risk-management/
 Identify, assess, and manage risks on and off campus
 Volunteer Approval Process: review and approval for all
volunteers on and off campus
 Travel Evaluations and Recommendations: abroad, remote,
chartered planes and boats, with family, friends, students,
volunteers or employees
 Event & Student Activity Reviews: summer camps, graduation,
annual log show, races, Red Green Regatta, Pub Crawl for both UAF
and non-UAF users. If you believe there may be some risk involved in
your activity you should contact risk management
 Program Risk Assessments: identify potential risks, evaluate, and
find ways to manage risk by controls, modifications, or by
transferring the risk through insurance or contract/waiver language
Risk Management
 Identify, assess, and manage risks . . . Cont’d
 Loss Prevention Program: approval of funding for initiatives that
reduce our potential losses through accidents or injury to people or
other incidents that may cause damage to property or equipment
 Protection of Minors: implementation of policies and guidelines;
conducting risk assessments on and off campus for events,
activities, summer sessions, and camps for minors (individuals
under the age of 18)
 Reviews and updates contracts, agreements and waivers
 Contract Reviews for procurement of services, grants and research
funding, independent contractors, facility use agreements, and
Memorandum of Agreements
Risk Management
 Reviews insurance and liability for the University
 Certificate of Insurance: manage requests for proof of insurance
 Insurance Coverage: understanding and explaining your options
for department and program insurance coverage which includes,
but is not limited to property, auto, professional liability
 Any and ALL Liability language review: liability language is
language that places liability on UAF within contracts,
memorandums of agreement or use, rental agreements with other
parties
CONTACT INFO
Billie Swaim
474 – 6164
Hazardous Material (HM)
Your Friendly HAZMAT Resource
For management and removal of
 Batteries
 Biohazardous Waste, Sharps
 Chemical Waste
 Used Oil
Hazardous Materials (HM)
For Assistance with
 Emergency response &
spill cleanup
 Hazardous materials
shipping information
 Liquid nitrogen
deliveries
 Off campus hazardous
materials management
CONTACT INFO
Richard Deck
474 – 5617
Kris Riley
474-7889
Your Job
 Complete all basic EHSRM training - Must be
completed prior to exposure of a hazard
(http://www.uaf.edu/safety/training/)
 Work with your supervisor to determine additional
EHSRM training and review your Department
Emergency Action Plan (DEAP)
 Fill out the workplace assessment training
questionnaire. (http://www.uaf.edu/safety/training/)
 Be alert to hazards and report safety concerns to
your supervisor or through the unsafe condition report
(http://www.uaf.edu/safety/unsafe-condition/)
Your Job
IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY – CALL 911
Notify us of the following
 Regulators on-site 474-5413
 Unmet training needs 474-5413
 Report Accidents/Injuries
www.uaf.edu/safety/
 Unsafe conditions
www.uaf.edu/safety/
 Any oil or HM spills 474-5413
 Campus Events 474-6164
 Asbestos concerns 474-7000
 Stinky smells 474-6771
 HAZMAT shipping 474-6771
 Hearing or respiratory issues
474-6771
 Minors on Campus 474-6164
 Installation of oil tanks or
stationary fuel burning
equipment 474-5487
 Prior to excavations 474-5487
 Tower or roof work 474-2763
 Remote Travel Plans 474-2763
Contact Info
Main Line and Ergonomics
Occupational Safety
 Carol Shafford
 Gary Beaudette
474-5413
[email protected]
Industrial Hygiene
 Tracey Martinson
474-6671
[email protected]
 Andy Krumhardt
474-5197
[email protected]
Environmental
 Liz Kerin
474-5812
[email protected]
 Thadd Williamson
474-2762
[email protected]
 Frances Isgrigg
474-5487
[email protected]
474-2763
[email protected]
 Kim Knudsen
474-5476
[email protected]
 Thadd Williamson
474-2762
[email protected]
Hazardous Material and Waste
 Richard Deck
474-5617
[email protected]
 Kris Riley
[email protected]
474-7889
Risk Management and Minors
 Billie Swaim
474-6164
[email protected]
Training
 Thadd Williamson
[email protected]
474-2762
http://www.uaf.edu/safety/

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