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PART U: SAFETY HAZARDS ANALYSIS
1.  INTENT: The objective of the safety
i. 40 CFR 116, Designation of Hazardous
Substances
program is to design into the facility all
j. "Industrial
Lead
Paint
Removal
necessary safety features in a timely and cost
Handbook", by K. A. Trimber, 1991.
effective manner. Before the design process
Available from Steel Structures Paint
begins, hazards known to exist in similar
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facilities must be identified. The customer is
15213-2683 (Pub No. SSPC 91-18)
the best source of this knowledge. A Hazards
k. NAVSEA Ordnance Pub. 5, Vol. 1, 5th
Analysis will be developed by the A/E for
Revision, "Ammunition and Explosive
projects  involving  unusual  hazards  to
personnel or property from processes housed
in the facility. Contact the project PM to
3.
DESIGN CRITERIA:
determine if any previous list or analysis has
been completed if none has been provided.
3.1  SCHEMATIC SUBMITTAL:
The methodology for completing a hazards
The
analysis is provided in MIL-STD-882C,
"Basis Of Design" must identify any hazards
System Safety Program Requirements.
that will require unique design solutions.
See Section 8, "Criteria", paragraph 9,
Also, the designer must avoid including in the
regarding OSHA requirements and conflicts of
design hazards such as confined spaces with
OSHA requirements with DOD and NAVFAC
limited access and no ventilation. Mechanical
criteria.
and electrical rooms should provide adequate
access to maintain equipment and clearance
2.
REFERENCES:
for panels.  Address how the design will
a.
29  CFR  Parts  1910  and  1926,
eliminate or control the hazards identified in
Occupational Health and Safety Act
the hazards analysis. OSHA Standards are to
b.
OPNAV
Instruction
5100.23C,
be  considered  as  the  minimum  safety
NAVOSH Manual
standards.  A good design will exceed the
c.
AFOSH Standard 161 series
minimum requirements.
d.
P-5100-1 NAVAIROSH Requirements
3.2  HAZARDS  ANALYSIS  SUBMIT-
For The Shore Establishment
TAL: The A/E shall obtain the services of a
e.
MIL-STD-882C,
System
Safety
Program Requirements
qualified safety engineer to perform the
f.
MIL-STD-1472D, Human Engineering
hazards  analysis.
A  Certified  Safety
Design Criteria For Military Systems
Professional in comprehensive practice or
Equipment and Facilities
specializing in engineering or system safety, or
g.
EM 385-1-1, U.S. Army Corps of
a registered safety engineer shall be considered
Engineers,
Safety
and
Health
as qualified.  The hazards analysis shall be
Requirements Manual
conducted in accordance with MIL STD
h.
EPA  560/5-85-024,  Guidance  for
882C, Task 202. The results of the analysis
Controlling
Asbestos
Containing
shall be provided in a report and shall consider
Materials in Buildings
the following for identification and evaluation
of hazards as a minimum:
DELIVERABLES
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