May 6, 2005  
 

 

Corrective Actions For Safety Violations


SLAC Human Resources is supplying this information to keep the Lab informed of the actions taken to ensure adherence to our safety requirements. HR will provide this data on a quarterly basis.

During the fourth quarter of 2004 and the first quarter of 2005, SLAC implemented the corrective action process for employees and, in two cases, their supervisors in seven different incidents. The incidents were: working without a JHAM; impairment due to alcohol; failure to use Personal Protective Equipment; two instances of failure to follow procedures; two instances of the smell of alcohol on breath and two instances in which supervisors were not diligent in carrying out their supervisory duties. The corrective actions included counseling, verbal warnings, written warnings, a final written warning and a two-week suspension.  

 

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Last update Friday May 06, 2005 by Topher White