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All employees are encouraged to use the ESD Feedback Tool to report a Near Miss. ESD's Near Miss Program helps to gather the and disseminate the information that you provide to workers to help prevent injuries/accidents.
Contact your Department Safety Committee Member to raise issues you would like to see the committee address and make recommendations to the Division Director at their next meeting. The Safety Committee monitors the implementation of ESD's ES&H program, identifies opportunities for improvement, advises the Division Director on ES&H issues, facilitates communication of ES&H issues throughout the Division, and supports self-assessment activities, etc.
If your work consists of repetitive activities, we encourage you to contact one of your local ERGO Advocates to discuss ergonomic awareness, which includes: risk factors, postures and work habits, tools, furniture, and techniques that will help reduce employee risk exposures.
Communication through the Safety Line Management is critical to help define, control, authorize work, and give feedback within the Integrated Safety Management (ISM) model. Always keep your Line Management informed of any incidents (injuries, accidents), issues, or concerns that should be reported through the Safety Line Management.
If all other avenues of reporting a concern do not provide results, contact these Division Contacts directly to elevate your concerns.
|Position||Name||(510) 486-||E-mail Address|
|Division Director||Don DePaolo||7560||DJDepaolo@lbl.gov|
|Deputy Division Director||Susan Hubbard
|Division Safety Coordinator||Vivi Fissekidou||5610||VAFissekidou@lbl.gov|
|Safety Coordination Additional Contact||Ronnie Woods||4223||RJWoods@lbl.gov|
|EHS Liaison||Joe Dionne||4028||JEDionne@lbl.gov|
|Senior Advisor, Deputy Director for Operations||Ernie Majeremail@example.com|
|Business Manager||Peter Laufirstname.lastname@example.org|
|SRC Representative||John Christensen||6735||JNChristensen@lbl.gov|
For complete information on who to contact or other comprehensive information regarding all policies and procedures, please visit Berkeley Lab's EHS Division website.