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Zaroushani V, Safari Varriani A, Ayati S, Nikpey A. Risk assessment in a foundry unit by energy trace and barrier analysis method (ETBA). ioh. 2010; 6 (4) :7-14
URL: http://ioh.iums.ac.ir/article-1-245-en.html
Academic Member of Occupational Health Department, Faculty of Health, Qazvin , zaroushani@yahoo.com
Abstract:   (11014 Views)

Background and aims

As a Development of Industrial process, human, environment,

equipment, material and validity of system has been exposed to hazardous conditions. Regards of

32.3 percent of occupations in industries, this study focused on risk assessment of foundry unit by

energy trace and barrier analysis (ETBA) method and presented approaches to control of accident.

Methods

the recent study is as a case study one to risk assessment in a foundry unit in Qazvin

industrial city in1387. In this study risks were founded by ETBA method and evaluated by MILSTD-

882B. Data were collected by direct observations, interview with workers and supervisor

and engineers, walking-talking through method, documents investigation of operational

processors, preventive maintenances, equipment technical properties, accidental and medical

documents. Finally ETBA worksheets completed.

Findings

totally 154 risks has been found. 40 from total are been unacceptable risk, 68

unfavorable and also 46 acceptable but with remediation action. Casting workshop had risks more

than other workshops (with 74 identified risks).Potential and heat energies were founded as most

hazardous energies, with respectively 51 and 38 risk cases.

Conclusion

This study recommended to be done actions for identification and control risk,

such as: safety training, occupation training, preventive maintenance, contract safety, safety

communication and safety audit group.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Micro Ergonomics
Received: 2010/05/9

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