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Barrier Banding; Injury Prevention Management Utilizing Control Banding Strategies DAVID M. ZALK, MPH, CIH University of California Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Email; zalk1@llnl.gov Phone; +1 925 422 8904 UCRL Pending * Work performed under the auspices of U. S. Department of Energy by the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory under contract W-7405-Eng-48: 

Barrier Banding; Injury Prevention Management Utilizing Control Banding Strategies DAVID M. ZALK, MPH, CIH University of California Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Email; zalk1@llnl.gov Phone; +1 925 422 8904 UCRL Pending * Work performed under the auspices of U. S. Department of Energy by the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory under contract W-7405-Eng-48 1

Barrier Banding Strategies: 

Barrier Banding Strategies The real numbers 2.7 billion vs. 300 million workers Practical Primary Prevention; Injury & Illness Goal; Advancing simplified, practical risk assessment methods for injury prevention Focus; Small & Medium-size Enterprises (SME) Larger enterprises in Developing Countries Work in a manner to integrate with existing Control Banding strategies with chemicals 2

Control Banding History: 

Control Banding History 1946; 1st ACGIH TLV DOCUMENT PUBLISHED Significant Start for “Traditional Approach” to IH 1970’s; QUALITATIVE & SEMI-QUANTITATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT APPROACHES DEVELOPED 1988; COSHH REGULATIONS RELEASED IN UK 1989; SAFETY RISK CONCEPTS APPLIED TO LABS (1) Categorizing Hazards with R-Phrases (2) Estimate Exposures in Labs (3) Workplace Matrix to Use (1) & (2) for Controls 1995; SETTING OELs & OCC’L EXPOSURE BANDS (OEBs) FOR PHARMACEUTICAL AGENTS 1999; 1st EDITION OF COSHH ESSENTIALS 3

Control Banding Approach: 

Control Banding Approach 4 Generic concept used for chemicals

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COSHH Essentials Approach http://www.coshh-essentials.org.uk 5

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Barrier Banding; Risk Levels 6 Example for practical injury prevention management

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World Health Organisation (WHO) 7 WHO is an organisation of the United Nations Represents Ministries of Health Globally Tripartite organisation Works in co-operation with ILO Goal; Health and well-being for people at large Focus; Occupational Health within the greater Public Health professions WHO Collaborating Centres on Occupational Health (WHOCC) NGOs internationally work together as collaborating centres to achieve common goals

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8 WHO Collaborating Centres

WHOCC Work Plan 2006 - 10: 

WHOCC Work Plan 2006 - 10 Drafted; Johannesburg, South Africa Sep. 2005 Planning meeting held in synch with IOHA 2005 Planning Committee; Co-chairs, WHO, ILO,& NGOs Ratified; Stresa, Italy June 2006 Activity Areas (AA) involving Industrial Hygiene AA1; Global occupational situation analysis AA2; Evidence for national policy & action plans AA3; Practical approaches to identify and reduce occupational risks AA4; Education, training, and technical materials AA5; Development/expansion Occ’l Health services AA6; Resource mobilizing, communication, network 9

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OH Work Plan 2006 - 2010 10 PCIH_Intl_ORM_Models_06.ppt

AA3; MSD Prevention: 

IOHA and IEA; Ergonomics Toolkits Project ILO Ergonomics Checkpoints Publication (2006) Joint IOHA/IEA Workshop at IEA 2006 Congress Development In Line With Control Banding Strategies Solutions Presentation Comparable to Guidance Sheets Ergonomics Risk Assessment Approach Strengthens Control Bases for Combining With Chemicals Requires Implementation and Validation IEA to Write Position Paper Toward Cooperation Three-Phase Approach Communication Evaluation Integration Goal; Develop and Promote Multidisciplinary Approach AA3; MSD Prevention 11

AA3; Injury Prevention Management: 

IOHA and IAPA; Injury Prevention Toolkit Project Barrier Banding Focus; implementing barriers to injury outcomes Addressing Safety Accident Scenarios Implementing Barriers and Managing Solutions Simplified Approaches for the Most Common Outcomes Injury Prevention Toolkits Need Scientific Process Reducing Occupational Risk for Work-Related Injuries Practical Approach to Identify and Reduce Safety Risks Injury Prevention Management Workshop Comprehensively Addressing Issues, Questions, & Research Within the Safety Profession for Consensus AA3; Injury Prevention Management 12

International Models of Practice: 

International Models of Practice IOHA Offering Guidance & Partnerships IAPA + ??? History; A Global Progression Developed and Developing Countries WHOCC 2006 - 2010 Work Plan Expanding International Models OSHH = Practical Primary Prevention We ALL must work together: Organizations, disciplines, and professionals 13

Your attention is appreciated!: 

Your attention is appreciated! 14

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