2General Overview General Information about Hazardous substances/ gasesX-Ray/ LaserElectricitySafety-Signing / Personal Protective Equipmentetc.Additional specific Training at the workplace:Special hazards in the work area(spec. machines, chemicals etc.)Must be made by the responsible Person
3Is everybody informed and trained? organizationOrganizationWho does what?What are the risks?What can happen?Is everybody informed and trained?Who is responsible?….UniMPGHZGHZIXFELEMBL
4organization Work instructions Information about special hazards Blue: MachinesOrange: Chemicals
5behaviour Make your own risk assessment „in mind“ before starting each (hazardous) workto be done by yourself:right tool accessable – without lackright PPE availableare all work steps cleareddo all people involved know what to doetc. etc. …….Ask these questions before you start:What are the critical points at this work?Which fault can occur?What´s the worst case?What can I (we) do against it?
6Work Equipment Work equipment: Tools Machines etc. Visual and functional controll - daily!
9radiation protectionBefore entering radiation protection areas you need to have two instructions:General Radiation ProtectionWork place based radiation protection and safety instruction for accellerators at DESYThe instruction is to be held by the responsible radiation protection officers of the groups.without instruction no dose rate meter - no access!
10radiation protection Shielding and grids may not be changed or removed Changings of any kind need the agreement of the responsible radiation protection officer or the radiation protection group D3!!!
11Handling Liquefied Gases cryogenic substancesHandling Liquefied GasesSuffocation is possible atevaporation of liquefied gases inclosed roomsAlarm sirenBlue flashlightYellow SigningLeave area immediately!
12New Label for Chemicals hazardous substancesXNew Label for Chemicals
13Never put chemicals into drink bottles! GefahrstoffeQuelle: SUVA
15The basics for safe work in electrical plants: 5 safety rulesBefore the work:Disconnect from mains power (unplug)Ensure power can´t be restoredEnsure zero voltageGrounding and shortingCover live parts or errect barrierWork at electricity only by experts !
16Open electrical equipment Do not touchDo not switchWork at electricity only by experts !
17Electromagnetic Fields MicrowavesMagnetic fieldsEffects to tissue and implantats possible!Get consulted!
18Laser Laser can damage eyes and skin irreversibly. Wear the correct protective laser goggles.Respect the safety rules for the laser area you work in.
19Fire Protection prevention is important Eliminate Fire Hazards Don´t block Fire Protection DoorsAlarm Call ImmediatleyTry to fight the FireDon´t obstruct Fire BrigadeBrand- und Rauchausbreitung verhindernTüren nicht verstellenKennzeichnung beachtenIm Brandfall Türen und Fenster schließenFlucht- und Rettungswege brandlastfrei halten
20Knowledge about Fire Equipment Knowledge is crucial!Knowledge about Fire Equipment-- Firefighting EquipmentDie Sicherheitsinformation im Kopfbau enthält weitere Informationen zum Aufstellen von Brandlasten im Attrium.Informationen über:BrandmeldetechnikAlarmierungseinrichtungenSammelplatzVerhaltensregelnGebäude 1 „Kopfbau“
21Knowledge about Fire Equipment Knowledge is crucial!Knowledge about Fire Equipment- Emergency Exits- Emergency Meeting PointsDer Sammelplatzplan kann über die Homepage von SAVE abgerufen werden.
22first aid Accident Save injured person(s) (Beware on your own Safety) secure areaEmergency Call TelMobil: 0049 (40)Take care of injured person(s)Small injuries must be documentedin the First-Aid Log
23Same situation – but different conditions! Risky Situation:Motorway150 km/hDistance to next car 300 m8.00 p.m.Risky Situation:Motorway150 km/hDistance to next car 300 m8.00 p.m.Augustdry roadSun from behindno windNovemberwet and slippery roadconstant rainstrong windSame situation – but different conditions!
27Message: the higher the “benefit”, the more you will risk! BehaviourWho takes the risk of a bloody or broken finger?Message: the higher the “benefit”, the more you will risk!
28Your daily Safety – Tool: behaviourYour daily Safety – Tool:Ask these questions before you start:What are the critical points at this work?Which fault can occur?What´s the worst case?What can I (we) do against it?Have a safe and pleasant stay at DESY