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(HIRARC), 2008 - Dosh

(HIRARC), 2008 - Dosh

HIRARC• Guidelines for Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control •Microwave Refers to electromagnetic radiation from 0.3GHz to 300GHzElectromagnetic FieldIncludes static magnetic fields and low frequencies from 0 to100kHz. The NMR magnets used in research laboratories.ELF magnetic fields induce electric fields in the body whichresult in current flows and heating in biological tissue.ENVIRONMENTALReleaseContaminationAtmosphere, sanitary sewer, storm sewerGround water, fresh water, soilMAJOR EVENT/ACTIVITYOTHER EVENT/ACTIVITYNATURAL EVENT/ ACTIVITYRain/Storm/Lightning/FloodingOTHER EVENT/ACTIVITYWorking AlonePROPERTY EVENT/ACTIVITYStructure CollapseStructure DamageSystem ComponentWater DamageUtility DisruptionIncludes events such as sporting or public events on or offcampusPreparation is the key to being able to address these issuesLoss of personal security, unable to communicate withemergency servicesLoss of buildingWall crumblingLoss of monitoring system or suppression systemPlumbing leak,Loss of essential services - gas, electricity, water• Department of Occupational Safety and Health •21

HIRARC• Guidelines for Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control •Checklist for Workplace Hazard ExamplesAPPENDIX BEXAMPLES OF POTENTIALLY DAMAGING HAZARDSWORK ENVIRONMENTAdequate AccessAir ConditioningConfined SpacesTemperature Extremes(including skin contact)Heat (inc. fire, flames)ColdLightingMental StressDehydrationFalls, trips, slips etc.Falling objectsWorking at HeightsKinetic EnergyThe body hitting objectsHit by moving objectsExplosionPenetrating objectsVibrationPressure – pneumatic,hydraulicAcoustic/NoiseENERGYElectricalGravityMECHANICALVehiclesMobile and Fixed PlantPowered EquipmentNon-Powered EquipmentMANUAL HANDLINGMuscular StressLifting, carryingOther handlingWithout handlingRepetitive movementErgonomicsCHEMICALFlammableToxicCorrosiveOxidizerCompressed GasesBIOLOGICALMicrobiologicalAnimal tissue/fluidsHuman tissueHuman Blood and fluidsPathogenicZoonoticENVIRONMENTALAir ReleaseSewer ReleaseRelease to PropertyPROPERTYStructural CollapseStructural DamageUtility FailureUtility DisruptionWater DamageIONIZING RADIATIONRadioactive MaterialsOTHER TYPES OFRADIATIONLaserUltravioletInfraredRadiofrequencyMicrowaveElectromagnetic FieldMAJOR EVENTStudent activities functionPublic eventViolenceHold upIntoxicated studentsFirearms / WeaponsFood PoisoningNATURALLightningRainStormFloodingSunWindANIMAL / INSECTBites/ StingsResearch AnimalsOTHERWorking AloneRemote location22• Department of Occupational Safety and Health •

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