[Hallb-engineering] Fwd: [ATLis] COMPLETED: CEBAF/Halls PSS Certification - Spring 2017
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FYI PSS testing is finished. Doug
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Subject: [ATLis] COMPLETED: CEBAF/Halls PSS Certification - Spring 2017
CEBAF/Halls PSS Certification - Spring 2017
05/24/17 10:39 COMPLETED by J_Kowal:
04/28/17 14:52 APPROVED by S_Suhring:
08 - Halls B, C
09 - Halls B, C, BSY
10 - S. Linac, Hall D, Tagger
11 - S. Linac, N. Linac, Hall D, Tagger
12 - N. Linac, Injector
13/14 - Repairs/retest as necessary
15 - All segments
16 - All segments
17 - All segments
18 - Repairs/retest as necessary
04/26/17 10:35 EHS&Q REVIEW by T_Kujawa:
see more comments... Hazard Identification Worksheet
Task Hazard Analysis has been reviewed by EHS&Q group.
General EHS&Q Hazards
NO Do you require familiarization with the work area and its current state? Do you need to perform a pre-job walkdown?
NO Are there MSDS requirements for the materials being used with which you are unfamilar?
NO Will you be working with or mixing chemicals
NO Will you create silica or nuisance dust?
NO Will you be doing hot work (i.e.: welding, brazing, producing sparks by grinding or cutting ? or using a flame open flame bigger than a bic lighter?
NO Will you be generating, or in an area of, excessive noise?
NO Will you be in or around ionizing radiation , or non-ionizing radiant energy (i.e.: magnetic fields , radio frequency , microwave radiation )?
NO Is the task performed in a confined space (i.e.: limited entry, egress, or poor ventilation exists.)?
NO Does the task require compressed, liquefied, or solidified gases ?
NO Does the task require work with materials subject to temperature extremes (i.e.: cryogenics )?
NO Does the task require work in areas subject to temperature extremes (i.e.: heat stress or cold stress )?
NO Will you be using material handling equipment ( fork trucks / attachments , cranes or hoists , tunnel vehicles , aerial work platforms )?
NO Does the task involve the use of portable hand tools ?
NO Does the work involve electrical hazards (i.e.: electronic equipment; construction/modification of electronic equipment; or energized AC electrical equipment )?
YES Will you need to perform Lock, Tag, Try (i.e.: are there hazardous/stored energy sources such as electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal or other forms of harmful energy that need to be controlled)?
We will be installing administrative locks only. There will no work performed on hazardous equipment.
NO Does the task involve working four feet or more above floor level ?
NO Will you be using a ladder or scaffolding ?
NO Does the task involve lifting, pulling, pushing, or carrying heavy objects, or repetitive motion or other ergonomic issues ?
NO Does the task involve work with pressurized or vacuum vessels ?
NO Does the task involve blind/dig penetration (i.e.: excavation, digging into soil or demolition drilling or cutting into any wall, floor, or ceiling?
NO Will you be using or producing hazardous material , will it require disposal or transport? (Use of Department of Transportation Hazardous Material Class 1 Explosives require DOE approval.)
NO Will you be using or building lasers ?
NO Any other hazards we may have overlooked with this list?
NO Does the task affect any of the credited controls listed in the Accelerator Safety Envelope?
NO Does the task affect any of the Defense-in-Depth Controls listed in the Facility Safety Assessment Document?
NO Does the task affect any of the internal circuits, systems, or components of equipment interfaced to the PSS?
NO Does the task require bypassing PSS safety functions ( Link to PSS Jumper Request )
NO Will the task affect infrastructure and utilities used by the PSS?
NO Will the task affect other safety system components not listed above?
NO Are there any radiological hazards associated with this task? Description of Task
Perform PSS Certification test procedures on all segments of the CEBAF
ring and all experimental halls Impact Statement
Requires locking up sections of the machine and halls each day. Special Hazards/Safety Considerations
SSG will be using their standard configuration locks during
portions of the PSS Certification.
Status Application: ATLis
Task ID: 17339
Task Status: DONE
Time Estimate: 10 Days
Required PSS: NA
Created: 04/26/17 09:55
Last Modified: 05/24/17 10:39
Created By: H_Robertson (x.7285)
Owned By: H_Robertson (x.7285)
Created For: OPS
Responsible: H. Robertson, J. Kowal
Project: Other - No Project
(post-mitigation): 1 PPE Required
* Proper Work Clothes
* 2017-05-08 SWING
* 2017-05-09 SWING
* 2017-05-10 SWING
* 2017-05-11 SWING
* 2017-05-12 SWING
* 2017-05-13 SWING
* 2017-05-14 SWING
* 2017-05-15 SWING
* 2017-05-16 SWING
* 2017-05-17 SWING
* 2017-05-18 SWING
* DC PWR
ENCLOSURE: * Hall D
* Hall A
* Hall B
* Hall C
BUILDINGS: * BSYB (98)
* InjSB (53)
* NAB (67)
* NLSB (1)
* MCC (85)
* E2 (39)
* SAB (38)
* SLSB (2)
* W1 (82)
* W2 (68)
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