Présentation au sujet: "No. 1, M. B. 4.12.2007 Emergency Services at CERN ACCU, 4.12.2007 Reminder for members of personnel (MP) Any MP must respect CERN Safety Rules. In case."— Transcription de la présentation:
No. 1, M. B Emergency Services at CERN ACCU, Reminder for members of personnel (MP) Any MP must respect CERN Safety Rules. In case of accident: –inform the Fire Brigade a.s.a.p. 24h/24 (Code A2). –collaborate with intervening Services. Accident follow up: –fill the Internal Accident Report I.A.R., have it signed by the supervisor(s), and send it to SC (Code A2). –the I.A.R. is important both for the MP concerned and for CERN (legal; insurance; statistics etc..).
No. 2, M. B Emergency Services at CERN Safety Rules treating accidents and emergency CERN has accident and emergency rules and procedures. I.S. 51 treats operational and information procedures in response to accidents, and includes emergency. Revision of the rules is ongoing, aimed at presenting the information in a structured way, and including agreements with external authorities for possible support in case of need. Make no confusion with INB rules. CERN rules apply, under CERN control: the Organization informs and collaborates with Host States.
No. 3, M. B Emergency Services at CERN Seriousness of accidents Three levels: 0 ; 1 ; 2 In charge of strategic aspects: –level 0 : Chief of Fire Brigade –level 1 : Head of Safety Commission –level 2 : Director-General In charge of operational aspects, in all cases: Fire Brigade. Levels 1 and 2 may require support from external Services. Depending on level of seriousness, the Organization informs the relevant Host States authorities.
No. 4, M. B Emergency Services at CERN Emergency Services available at CERN Fire Brigade, on duty 24h/24. Trained to face all kinds of accident and risk (classic, RP, environment etc…). Limited ambulance service available. Medical Service, during working time. First-aid service in case of accident. Support to and from FB ambulance service. In case of accident support is provided to the FB by technical experts from SC Groups, e.g. radiation protection, environment, chemical safety etc……
No. 5, M. B Emergency Services at CERN Ongoing discussions with host States authorities Presentation of CERN internal procedures. Agree on procedures (threshold of accident seriousness) to ask for external aid. Ensure coordination and effectiveness of possible support
No. 6, M. B Operational preparedness of SC-FB Exercise 2007 Bât.102
No. 7, M. B Around the clock 24/24, 365 days respond to fires, accidents, other incidents in presence of particular CERN risks which threaten human live and health and/or property belonging to CERN. 2.Attack and master independently one small fire or another small serious accident in an occupied building or underground area with search and rescue for 1 or 2 persons in the presence of fire and smoke. 3.Provide a rescue and ambulance service for people on CERN territory. Carry out first aid and ambulance care for up to 2 victims or 1 victim under difficult conditions. 4.Manage the CERN Safety Control Room (SCR). Receive alarm calls, dispatch intervention units and distribute information inside CERN as stipulated in IS Respond to all level 3 alarms of the CERN alarm system. Carry out in parallel 2 automatic alarms or one minor intervention (ambulance) and 1 automatic alarm. Fire Brigades Mission (1)
No. 8, M. B Intervene with short delay on underground and organize an the intervention from a second access point by CERN FB or by host states services. 7.Limit the effects of radiological, environmental and chemical incidents. Search and rescue for 1 or 2 persons in the presence of inert, asphyxiating gases or special chemical or radiological hazards. 8.Execute special preventive measures to prevent fires, accidents, incidents and pollution. 9.Represent CERNs international authority outside of normal working hours e.g. taking decisions concerning an intervention of the host states police forces on CERNs territory, operating declarations of thefts and lost goods as well as declarations of road accidents, solving safety problems concerning contractors and users. 10.Support 24/24 CERN staff, users and visitors in all matters related to safety and health. Fire Brigades Mission (2)
No. 9, M. B Emergency Call outs Intervention avec danger Personne blessé (Ambulance) Feux - Incendies Epuisements - Assèchements Faits d'animaux Incident radiation6714 Incident chimique581 Incident cryogénique047 Autre Incident avec danger * 9 Pollutions22179 Ascenseur (motivé) 6798 Total dintervention avec danger Alarmes niveau 3 (CSAM) sans danger Détection incendie Détection gaz1711 Arrêts d'urgence Alarme évacuation Homme mort134 Alarme générale21321 Détection inondation11195 Détection manque d'oxygène51119 Ascenseur non motivé Alarme effraction1445 Total dalarme niveau 3 sans danger Total dintervention durgence Emergency Statistics
No. 10, M. B Total activities Total dintervention d'urgence Prévention directe Contrôles espaces confinés Surveillance travaux à risques222 Gardes spéciales1764 Actions préventives61421 Total prévention directe Appuis logistiques et divers Ouvertures - Fermetures locaux (accès) Ouverture tunnel douane1033 Constat d'accident de circulation Ouverture magasins512 Dépannage Interventions divers Total appui logistique Autre Rondes de contrôle - entretien du matériel Transports "Taxi" Déclarations de vols/disparitions Déclarations d'objets trouvés Total autres TOTAL D'ACTIVITES Activity Statistics
No. 11, M. B Assistant opérationnel InstructionAdministration Plans opérationnels Logistique SCR Chef d'équipe Pompiers principaux Pompiers 4 5 Chef adjoint EQUIPE MAUVE Chef d'équipe Pompiers principaux Pompiers 4 5 Chef adjoint EQUIPE VERTE Chef d'équipe Pompiers principaux Pompiers 4 5 Chef adjoint EQUIPE ROUGE CHEF DU SERVICE 11 Assistant opérationnel intervention procédures Assistant opérationnel technique-équipement Chef dopération Chef d'équipe Pompiers principaux Pompiers 4 5 Chef adjoint EQUIPE BLEUE Organisation scheme of SC-FB(2007)
No. 12, M. B PC Chef dintervention Chef de site/ Coordinateur Evacuation Binôme dattaque Binôme de sécurité Chef dagrée Maschinist Intervention of reference: Fire or cryo gas leak underground Transport/ Logistics SCR Operateur SCR 9
No. 13, M. B CERN Safety Control Room - CERN Salle de Contrôle de Securité 24/ days /jour Emergency Telephone: Analog radio system / Système radio analogique CSAM Alarm Monitoring Intervention Preparedness
No. 14, M. B Instruction de sécurité 51 Procédures dintervention et dinformation à appliquer en cas d'accident. Safety Instruction 51 Operational and Information Procedures in Reponse to Accidents. Intervention Preparedness
No. 15, M. B Trans-border Collaboration La collaboration transfrontalière Trinôme – Team 2+1 Compatible Safety Procedures Compatibilité des procedures de sécurité Intervention Preparedness
No. 16, M. B Intervention Preparedness LHC 8 x Equipment on site + 1x equipment mobile (Container)
No. 17, M. B Kit Fire 1Kit Rescue /Sauvetage Kit First Aid / Premier secours Kit Fire 2 Intervention Preparedness LHC Definition of 4 different intervention kits
No. 18, M. B Trans-border Exercise LH Point 8 Rescue operation underground CERN SSA Service de Santé SDIS 01 Intervention Preparedness LHC
No. 19, M. B Users and Safety at CERN General remarks: New approach to safety implementation: launched in No change in Safety police. In 2007, clarification with some users communities on: –respect of CERN safety rules. –service à la carte is not possible. –CERN makes effort to improve exchange of information on Safety matters and accident statistics.
No. 20, M. B Users and Safety at CERN General remarks (cont.): Some decisions taken: –revise structure of Safety training: basic + specific. –make available general accident statistics. –open a communication channel Actions: –new RP course: offered from January Warning: the ½ day course, taught in a class, with a short exam, is compulsory to obtain/renew film badge. –proposal to put Safety as a permanent point in the ACCU agenda.