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FOOTWEAR POLICY


ATNF NARRABRI


This draft policy is to protect all members of staff from incidences of trauma to feet and
toes in the event of drops of various natures while carrying out their duties at the
Compact Array.


The Narrabri site is vast and en
compasses many different activities unlike most CSIRO
sites. With this in mind a local Footwear Policy needs to be implemented as a site
-
specific policy. The ownership of this document needs to be that of the Safety Committee
on approval. For a policy such

as this to work it needs to be driven from OIC down and
employee up.


This policy has been written to reflect the various areas, General and Task specific. It
has been designed to not inhibit access to areas but in fact enhance with the designated
walkway
s allowing access to area's that would usually be deemed a Safety Footwear
area. With this in mind the site has been looked at in an individual basis and area
specific maps attached
.


RECOMENDATIONS


Entire Site

Minimum requirement for the Compact Array an
d associated buildings is fully closed
non
-
slip footwear. Joggers and sandals are permitted although thongs and bare feet are
not.


Workshop

Due to the diverse range of activities in this area, all designated walkway area's are to be
treated as minimum sit
e requirement and all area's outside these perimeters are to have a
minimum of Class 2 Safety Footwear as described in AS/NZ 2210.2


Antennas

As with entire site requirement, although access to the dish surface requires footwear to
be of a non
-
marking, non
-
scuffing type
.
Antenna Lab

Due to the diverse range of activities in this area, all designated walkway area's are to
be treated as minimum site requirement and all area's outside these perimeters are to
have a minimum of Class 2 Safety Footwear as describ
ed in AS/NZ 2210.2


Kitchen

During food preparation and associated tasks including clean up, Class 3 non
-
slip
Kitchen shoes are to be worn as described in AS/NZ 2210.2


Cryogenics Lab and Receiver Lab

Due to the diverse range of activities in this area, al
l designated walkway area's are to
be treated as minimum site requirement and all area's outside these perimeters are to
have a minimum of Class 2 Safety Footwear as described in AS/NZ 2210.2


Ollie Dowd

Site Safety Officer
29th June 2000




Antenna Lab
-

Z
one 3


Work Shop
-

Zone 3


Cryogenics & Receiver Labs
-

Zone 4