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Wellbeing and Security Introduction (HSO). Wellbeing, Security and Environment Office. Presentation and Investigating. Wellbeing and Security Introduction (HSO) is compulsory for all people who require unescorted access at the CLS office and is an essential for all HSE preparing.
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Wellbeing & Safety Orientation (HSO) Health, Safety & Environment Department Rev. 2

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Introduction & Troubleshooting Health and Safety Orientation (HSO) is obligatory for all people who require unescorted access at the CLS office and is an essential for all HSE preparing. Seeing PowerPoint Presentations: Troubleshooting Please note there are sounds documents incorporated into the HSO PowerPoint introduction. The following are a couple tips in the event that you experience difficulty review or hearing any of the slides (help from a framework chairman might be required on the off chance that you don\'t have adequate benefits). Have a go at running a Windows Update to guarantee that Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player are both avant-garde. Download java virtual machine from http://java.com/en/index.jsp (click download, proper programming will be introduced). It would be ideal if you advise the CLS User Services Office on the off chance that you experience issues with the introduction including sounds, pictures, or content. clsuo@lightsource.ca or (306) 657-3700 Rev. 2

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Outline Introduction Regulatory prerequisites Building access Emergency data Hazard distinguishing proof Additional Resources Rev. 2

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HSO is an essential to all HSE Training. HSO is obligatory for staff who require unescorted access into CLS Free Access Zone Visitors are not required to take this course but rather they should be escorted by a legitimately prepared individual at all circumstances. Access to Controlled Areas inside Restricted Access Zone requires extra preparing. HSO terminates following 2 years, retraining will be required with alternative of testing out (testing). Refresher HSO preparing will be required for huge changes in site operations or security and administrative necessities. Members will show their insight by scoring at least 80% on a composed examination. Rev. 2

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Completion of HSO Upon effective fulfillment of HSO, you will: Be fit the bill to get to all regions assigned as Free Access Zone. Be met all requirements to escort guests inside the Free Access Zone. Be issued an ID Badge and Security Access Card If required, be assigned a NEW (Nuclear Energy Worker, as characterized under CNSC). Contact HSE Dept. for further data. Be issued a TLD ( Thermo Luminescent Dosimeter) to screen y our radiation measurements exposures at the CLS office. Participation at HSO is reported on HSE preparing participation database. Rev. 2

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Objectives of HSO This course will include: Necessary data to securely empty the building. Data on the get to zones, controlled territories and their related dangers. Recognizable proof of fundamental perils at the CLS office General HSE data and other HSE Training Rev. 2

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Module 1 Introduction Rev. 2

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What is the Canadian Light Source (CLS)? The CLS office is a national science look into research center for the creation of splendid infrared, bright and X-beam light. The CLS is the main office of its kind in Canada. Known as the "Synchrotron Facility" Rev. 2

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Who claims the CLS? The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) is the proprietor of the CLS office. The U of S has set up the Canadian Light Source Inc. (CLSI) to lead the development extend and to work the office upon consummation. The CLSI is a "not-for–profit" company. Rev. 2

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CLSI Health Safety Environment CLSI HSE DEPARTMENT Rev. 2

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Area Designations The CLS Facility is partitioned into Zones and Controlled Areas to manage get to and to guarantee work force wellbeing Access to the CLS Controlled Areas relies on upon your prerequisite and preparing. The CLS Zone assignments are: Public Access Zone (PAZ) Free Access Zone (FAZ) Restricted Access Zone (RAZ) Rev. 2

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Access Zones Public Access Zone (PAZ) PAZ incorporates the anteroom range inside the CLS office and zones outside the CLS office. Free Access Zone (FAZ) FAZ incorporates regions where perils are required to be low. Confined Access Zone (RAZ) RAZ envelops all ranges where there might be radiological or potentially mechanical risks. Mechanical Controlled Area (ICA) Radiological Controlled Area (RCA) which incorporate Radiological Storage Area (RSA) High Radiation Area (HRA) Rev. 2

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Access Zones First Floor Second Floor Free Access Zone Industrial Controlled Area Radiological Controlled Area Rev. 2

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Module 2 Regulatory Requirements Rev. 2

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Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety Act & Regulations Who is in charge of wellbeing and security? Everybody!! Rev. 2

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CLSI HSE Policy "CLSI is resolved to give a sheltered and empowering working condition for all staff and to ensure the overall population and the earth from inadmissible dangers" Approved by CLSI Executive Director (2001 March 31) Passed by CLSI Board of Directors (2001 June 26). Rev. 2

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Acts and Regulations The CLS is a governmentally controlled office, authorized under the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) Operating and development licenses are posted on HSE Bulletin Boards. CLSI is required to conform to the: CNSC Act & Regulations Construction/working permit conditions Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993 Saskatchewan Occupational Health & Safety Regulations, 1996 Other relevant wellbeing, security and ecological laws Contact the CLSI HSE Department for additional data. Rev. 2

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Saskatchewan OHS Act & Regulations The Saskatchewan OHS (Occupational Health and Safety) Legislation expresses that the laborer\'s rights are: to be educated of the perils at the working environment to take an interest in the Occupational Health and Safety Program to deny work which the specialist accepts is uncommonly unsafe to work in a domain free from provocation Rev. 2

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Saskatchewan OHS Act & Regulations Under the Saskatchewan OHS enactment the specialist\'s duties are: to consent to all strategies and methods and perform work in a sheltered and solid way, with as meager effect on the earth as conceivable to play a dynamic part in advancing wellbeing and security and insurance of the earth to avoid exercises which may endanger the wellbeing and wellbeing of others, or nature Rev. 2

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Saskatchewan OHS Act & Regulations The CLSI obligations under the Saskatchewan OHS enactment are: to guarantee the wellbeing, security and welfare at work of all CLS faculty. to counsel and co-work with the Occupational Health and Safety Committee. to guarantee CLS staff are not presented to provocation to co-work with any individual practicing an obligation forced by the Act and Regulations. to agree to Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations. Rev. 2

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CLSI OHSC The CLSI OHSC (Occupational Health and Safety Committee) is shaped to: Help the CLSI recognize, evaluate and control perils Provide a channel of correspondence between the CLSI and CLS staff Conduct general assessments Talk with CLS staff about their wellbeing and security concerns Help the CLSI create and screen arrangements, arranges and programs Participate in mischance examinations and examinations of unsafe events (called "close misses") Meet to examine concerns and make proposals for restorative activities to examine with CLSI Rev. 2

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CLSI OHS Membership Members: Skeeter Abell-Smith (co-chairperson) 657-3574 John Swirsky (co-administrator) 657-3567 Mohamed Benmerrouche 657-3514 Jeff Cutler 657-3530 Terry Johnson 657-3573 Elder Matias 657-3551 Dean Orosz 657-3575 Mark de Jong 657-3532 Reg Aupperle 657-3597 Jon Stampe 657-3578 Brian Yates 657-3563 Matthew Dalzell 657-3739 Grant Cubbon 657-3515 Rev. 2

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Module 3 Building Access Rev. 2

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Security Reception hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 to 16:30. The fundamental access to the entryway will be opened amid these hours. Every outside entryway are bolted at all circumstances with the exception of as noted previously. Access to CLS Building and Radiological Controlled Areas are controlled utilizing a Card Access System. The principle passages are observed with a Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) System. Any security concerns ought to be accounted for to the HSE Department 227-3113 and Campus Security 966-5555 instantly. NOTE: Prefix with 9 if utilizing CLS Phones. Card Reader Rev. 2

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ID Badge, Access Card and TLD You will be issued an Identification Badge and a Security Access Card The Security Access Card will be modified to give you access into the building and the Free Access Zone. In the event that required, you will be issued a Radiation Dosimeter - Thermo Luminescent Dosimeter (TLD). The dosimeter will record your introduction to ionizing radiation. ID Badge, Security Access Card and TLD must be come back to CLSI User Office when your work is finished. Rev. 2

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Hazards are for the most part limited to regions to RAZ ( Restricted Access Zone ) and may include: Chemical/Biological Electrical/mechanical Cryogenic Radiological (ionizing and non-ionizing) Magnetic Physical, for example, Noise, Heights and Ergonomic Rev. 2

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Module 4 Emergency Information Rev. 2

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Emergency Information Contact Info for particular crises: Fire/Ambulance 9-911 Security 9-227-3113/9-966-5555 Oxygen Alarms 9-227-3113 Hazardous material Spills 9-227-3113 Saskatchewan Poison Center 9-1-866-454-1212 NOTE: The prefix 9 is required when dialing from a CLS phone. CLS Building Emergency Contact Info: U of S Security 9-966-5555 Health, Safety & Environment 9-227-3113 Mechanical 9-227-0759 Electrical 9-230-2803 Rev. 2 .:tsli

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