nature of work waste sites makes emergencies a continual possibility.
Emergencies happen quickly and unexpectedly and require an immediate
response. Prior to any operation, all facility contacts and
FCT employees are requested
to review and become familiar with this Site Safety and Health
Plan. In addition, all information associated with and pertinent
to a particular project is combined with this plan in order
to tailor it to the specific site. A copy of your facilities
Hazardous Materials Business Plan (HMBP) or Hazardous Materials
Management Plan (HMMP) will be added to the General Site Safety
and Health Plan (GSSHP), in the appropriate section. Your FCT
representative will also include a scope of work for
any contracted services.
exist many possible hazards inside a confined space. The most
harmful and difficult to identify are hazardous atmospheres.
provides a variety of confined space cleaning services. A confined
space is defined as an area which consists of a enclosure large
enough and configured for an individual to enter and perform
assigned work, has limited or restricted means for entry or
exit, and is not designated for continuous occupancy. However,
there has been much confusion and debate in regards to the limitations
of this definition. In general, it was intended to restrict
interpretation to those areas where an employee would be forced
to enter or exit in a posture that may compromise self-rescue
or make rescue more difficult. A permit required confined space
is an area that presents certain atmospheric, engulfment, or
configuration hazards. In either case, there is a standard
minimum requirement of three people in order to perform work
in a confined space: An entrant, an attendant, and a supervisor. FCT
technicians utilize Gastech 4200 and 2400 meters to test the
atmosphere of a confined space. Fume Control Technology, Inc.(FCT)
will provide all employees with the proper personal protective
equipment (PPE) including Respitory Equipment.The four types
of respiratory: Air-purifying respirators (APR), Self-contained
breathing apparatus (SCBA), Supplied-air respirator (SAR), and
Supplied-air respirator with escape (SAR-E).
General Site Safety and Health Plan is in accordance with the
regulatory requirements of California (CAL) Occupational Safety
and Health Administration (OSHA) Title 29 of the Code of Federal
Regulations (CFR) 1910.120, CAL OSHA CFR, Title 8, Section 5192,
and Santa Clara County of Department of Environmental Health.
The General Site Safety and Health plan will apply to all Fume
Control Technology, Inc. (FCT)
personnel and (Company Name Corporation) employees and will
be available for review and reference on site at all times.
FCT personnel are certified and highly trained employees
aware of the requirements for the visual presentation of the
confined space entry and rescue CFR 1910.146 and standard lock
out/tag out procedures CFR 1910.147. FCT are familiar with
all CAL OSHA regulations and the National Institute for Occupational
Safety and Health (NIOSH) recommendations.