• 1- project part of a property transaction? (Due diligence report, QESP issues)

  • Summarize the results from the Environmental survey (phase I/II), any APCs identified, any soil and/or groundwater contamination,results from analysis compared with regulatory requirements/guideline values, conclusions, closing of the groundwater wells etc

  • Reference to previous ITT ESH Audits action plan completion

  • Reference to any change in operations or equipments

  • 2- changes to the existing building layout? (Sprinkler, emergency lights, signs, evacuation maps, exit routes, aisle/exit width, and emergency procedure issues)

  • Emergency Response Organization

  • Anti-panic hardware in exit doors

  • Alarm system with smoke detectors

  • evacuation maps available and posted

  • ESH Policy “ Emergency Readiness “ “Emergency Response Plan “

  • 2 means of egress in 2nd floor

  • 3- hazardous material (e.g., asbestos, PCBs)? (Exposure control issue)

  • Submit a hazardous material management plan , including appropiate sampling and analysis during the project life

  • Asbestos survey results

  • New hazardous –substances to be used

  • existing MSDS updated

  • ESH Policy “Hazardous Materials Communication Program “

  • Disposal of chemicals that will not be used anymore

  • 4- facility ventilation? (Comfort and contaminant control issues)

  • Submit balance calculations to demonstrate that employee helth or comfort will not be adversely affected . A plan to monitor and rebalance the system during installation developed by a ventilation expert is acceptable

  • 5- installing or moving equipment that can potentially emit chemical vapors, mists or fumes into the indoor air? (employee exposure/exhaust systems issue)

  • Contact appropiate environmental professional to calculate potential indoor emissions and compare them to appropiate standards . If the emissionsare more than 50% of the standard , develop and submit a control plan including appropiatesampling and analysis during theproject life

  • Fumes extraction system , with monitoring

  • 6- installing or moving equipment that potentially emits hazardous materials into the outside air or water (sewer)? (pollution control issue)

  • Contact appropriate environmental professional to calculate potential emissions and compare them to appropriate standards. If the emissions are more than 50% of the standard, develop and submit a control plan including appropriate sampling and analysis during the project life*; and obtain necessary permits.

  • Oil-water separator will be installed

  • Oil water separator with piping system in exit site will be cleaned up ; “No permit is necessary for the installation of this

  • Permit will be applied for with the government.

  • Yes/ No paint booth will be used in the new site

  • All machines and equipments that may contain any hazardous substance ( internal oil , for example) , will be guarded

  • No draining or special cleaning is expected as it will not be necessary to perform it.

  • Air emissions that will be produced by Hot work activities are going to be evacuated through a fumes extraction hood

  • The site will have to renovate the existing Air emission permit , applicable to : stator removal area – power washer
    )

  • Emission summary and dispersion Model performed in ….

  • No contamination or emission beyond legal requirements is expected ( activities have not significantly changed)

  • If applicable, describe equipment moved (what and where

  • 7- remediation, environmental monitoring, or treatment system/effort need to be initiated, modified or shut down? (regulatory approval, interim controls issues)

  • Where control issues exist, submit a management plan including a mechanism to obtain any required regulatory approvals.

  • Describe any communication with authorities regarding the exit survey and other ESH actions (remediation...).

  • 8- project involve cutting, welding, brazing or other hot work? (hot work permit issue)

  • Submit copies of hot work permits, or document that hot work is being controlled.

  • Hot work permit implemented

  • ESH Policy “Fire Prevention Plan” applicable

  • 9- changes to the compressed air system? (pressure control, tripping hazard issues)

  • Document that pressures will be kept below applicable limits and that appropriate tools (nozzles etc.) will be used.with the system

  • compressor

  • It’s part of the internal inspection program ,as it is routinely inspected as pressure vessel including relief valves not used for cleaning purposes except where reduced to less than 30 psi

  • 10- project involve the use, purchase, or installation of material handling equipment (forklifts, cranes, storage racks, etc.)? (material handling equipment issue)

  • Document review and action regarding material handling issues (inspection plan, permits, sprinklers, etc.).

  • All material handling equipments will be included in an inventory and inspected according to an inspection program

  • maximal loading rates

  • ESH Policy “Material Handling equipments” applicable

  • 11- physical (noise, vibration, radiation, etc.), chemical (compressed gas, flammable or toxic) or biological agents be introduced? (Data Sheet (e.g., MSDS) need, exposure control issues)

  • Submit a hazardous materials management plan, including appropriate storage, sampling and analysis during the project life*.

  • 12- waste be generated during and after this project? (Waste management issue)

  • Submit copies of a waste management plan including disposal contractors and sites.

  • Waste generated will be disposed according to the local regulations ( non-hazardous and hazardous wastes) ,

  • Ashland for hazardous wastes

  • ESH Policy “Solid and Liquid Waste Management” – “Wastewater Management “ applicable

  • ensure that all waste will be taken care of before leaving

  • 13- project involve electrical work or potential exposure to stored energy (pressurized air / water, restrained parts etc.)? (Lockout/tagout procedures, live electrical)

  • Submit a lockout/tagout survey and/or energized electrical work permit including planned corrective actions if required

  • Lock Out-Tag Out policy ( also for contractors )

  • No electrical hazard was left on the existing site.

  • Arc flash Analysis (foreseen – available) , for activities near to 50 V or plus

  • ESH Policy Electrical Safety” applicable

  • ESH Policy “Lock Out Tag Out” applicable

  • Electrical inspection of exit site to avoid residual electrical risks

  • 14- project require any permits? (surface sealer, excavation, safe work permit)

  • Complete all necessary permits.

  • 15- project involve transportation of any chemicals ?(DOT issue, heat pipes)

  • Contact appropriate environmental professional to discuss transportation plans prior to shipment.

  • 16- project involve new or modified equipment with moving parts? (machine guarding)

  • Submit a machine guarding survey including planned corrective actions if required.

  • Machine guarding program - ESH Policy "Machine guarding" applicable

  • 17- certification required for any new or relocated equipment? (UL, TUV, CE etc.)

  • Confirm that all equipment involved in the project meets ESH certification requirements. (UL, TUV etc.)

  • 18- project involve a confined space (tanks, pits, vats, pipes, etc.) entry concern?

  • Review all potential confined space entries and submit a permitting plan as necessary?

  • test pit (labeled as a confined space)

  • Confined Spaces Entry Program will be applied

  • protection to the test pit implemented according to local governmental requirements

  • ESH Policy “Confined Space Entry Management Program “ applicable

  • 19- employee activities (lifting, hand use, exposure to hot or cold, computer use) or work positions change due to this project? (Ergonomics issue)

  • Submit an ergonomics survey including planned corrective actions if required.

  • ergonomic assessment (will be performed) in order to identify potential issues to be improved

  • 20- energy (electricity, gas, propane, oil) and/or water usage and costs increase? (Energy use minimization)

  • Document that the project has been evaluated to ensure that all appropriate opportunities for energy use minimization are included.

  • Energy and Natural Resource Management

  • assessment for potential energy savings will be performed at the operations begins
    better lighting, motions sensors

  • 21- contractors (physical work) be used? (Contractor Management Plan issue)

  • Where environmental or safety concerns exist, submit a contractor management plan including signed copies of any contract

  • Contractors Policy – ESH Policy “Safety Program for Contractors “ applicable

  • 22- project result in changes that will improve our market position or visibility to external customers? (marketing/image issues)

  • Indicate if product or image improvements will result from this project. Describe on an attached sheet

  • 23- Will employee or contractor training programs be impacted? (ESH Training)

  • Indicate if change has impact on current training program, or will require new/additional training

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