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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING

BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

February 17, 2020 6:00 PM

I. Call to Order

II. Invocation/Pledge of Allegiance

III. Adjustments/Approval of Agenda

IV. Public Comments

V. Approval of Consent Agenda

1. Administration - Resolution Adopting the Brunswick County Safety Manual Request that the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners approve the

attached resolution and adopt the Brunswick County Safety Manual.

2. Administration - Resolution Supporting the Second Amendment Request that the Board of Commissioners adopt a resolution supporting the Second

Amendment by declaring Brunswick County a Constitutional Protected Rights County.

3. Clerk to the Board - Meeting Minutes Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the draft minutes from the February 3, 2020 Regular Meeting.

4. County Attorney - Deed of Dedication for St. James CM-4, Phase 1 Request that the Board of Commissioners consider accepting the Deed of Dedication

for water and sewer infrastructure for St. James CM-4, Phase 1.
Tagged Passions:legal, sewer, utility, Utility, and water

5. Finance - Fiscal Items Request that the Board of Commissioners approve Budget Amendments, Capital Project Ordinances and Fiscal Items of a routine

nature on the consent agenda.
Tagged Passions:ordinance, finance, budget, capital spending, and Capital Spending

-Budget Amendment Utilities Insurance Proceeds Appropriate 16,607 of insurance proceeds for the Brunswick Learning Center sewer lift station

lightning strike for necessary repairs at the site.
Tagged Passions:sewer, budget, utility, Utility, and insurance

-Budget Amendment and CPO Airport Grant 36237.45.18.1 Appropriate 403,713 of federal revenues and transfer local match of 44,857 for airport grant

36237.45.18.1 Corporate Hanger Construction.
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-Budget Amendment and CPO Airport Grant 36244.58.11.1 Appropriate 163,269 of additional Aviation State Aid for grant 36244.58.11.1 Corporate Hanger

requiring no additional local matching funds.
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-FY16 Water Mains Top 7 and Apollo Budget Amendment and CPO Transfer 131,715 from FY16 Water Mains Top 7 and Apollo to the Water Capital Reserve

undesignated funds. Contract A and B are both completed, leaving only Contract C to be constructed. This project has been placed on hold and will be completed at a later date and funding will be transferred for construction at that time.
Tagged Passions:funding, construction, budget, utility, Utility, contract, and water

-Southeast Water Tank Budget Amendment and CPO Transfer 14,450 from the Southeast Water Tank project to undesignated funds in the reserve. This

project has been placed on hold and will be funded when the
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County moves forward with construction.

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-Financial Reports for January 2020 (unaudited) Included are Summary Information for General and Enterprise Funds, key indicators of Revenues and

Expenditures and Cash and Investments. All reports provided at: http://brunswickcountync.gov/finance/reports.
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6. Operation Services - Tip Fee Exemption Request Request that the Board of Commissioners approve a tip fee exemption request at the Brunswick County

Landfill for Living Word Full Gospel Fellowship.
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7. Planning - Regional Waccamaw River Watershed Study Request that the Board of Commissioners adopt a resolution approving Brunswick County's

participation in the Regional Waccamaw River Watershed Study.
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8. Planning - Utility System Development Fee Deferral Agreement: Calabash Meadows Affordable Senior Community Request that the Board of Commissioners

adopt a resolution approving a utility system development fee deferral agreement to support the tax credit application for Calabash Meadows Affordable Senior Community and to authorize County Manager to execute upon document approval by the County Attorney.
Tagged Passions:planning, legal, taxes, Taxes, utility, development, Utility, Development, administrator, and manager

9. Tax Administration - February 2020 Releases Request that the Board of Commissioners approve the February 2020 releases.

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VI. Presentation

1. Emergency Services-Ambulance Franchise Request for Columbus County EMS, Inc Request that the Board of Commissioners hold a hearing to consider

approval for an ambulance franchise request from Columbus County EMS, Inc.
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VII. Administrative Report

1. Engineering - County Courthouse Addition and Renovation-Recommendation of Award to Monteith Construction Corporation (Wm. L. Pinnix, P.E.) Request

that the Board of Commissioners approve the Notice of Award and execute the construction contract with Monteith Construction Corporation in the amount of 10,983,000.00 for the Brunswick County Courthouse Addition and Renovation project after County Legal review and approval of the construction contract.
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2. Utilities - 211 Water Treatment Plant Lagoon Conversion Project Burnette Enterprises (John Nichols, Director of Public Utilities) Request that the

Board of Commissioners award the contract for the construction of the Brunswick County 211 Water Treatment Plant Lagoon Conversion Project to Burnette Enterprises in the amount of eighty-seven thousand five hundred dollars ( 87,500.00). Of the eight (8) bids received at the January 21, 2020, bid opening, Burnette Enterprises was found to be the lowest bid.
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3. Utilities - Cape Fear River Locks and Dams Resolution (John Nichols, Director of Public Utilities) Request that the Board of Commissioners approve

a resolution regarding disposition of the Cape Fear River Locks and Dams.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and watershed

4. Utilities - Enforcement Response Plan Revision (Donald Dixon, Deputy Director- Wastewater Operations) Request that the Board of Commissioners

approve a revision to the Enforcement Response Plan (ERP) within the Sewer Use Ordinance.
Tagged Passions:ordinance, sewer, utility, and Utility

5. Utilities - NC 811 Facilities Use Agreement (John Nichols, Director of Public Utilities) Request that the Board of Commissioners approve a

facilities use agreement with the North Carolina 811 organization allowing the 811 logo to be painted on the Bell Swamp above-ground water storage tank.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

6. Utilities - Timber Sale Old IP (South) Tracts Forestree, Inc., Canal Wood LLC (Donald Dixon, Deputy Director-Wastewater Operations) Request that

the Board of Commissioners approve the sale of timber on the Old IP (South) Tracts 20, 21, 22, 23 as identified in the Forest Management Plan to both Forestree, Inc., (Tract 20) and Canal Wood LLC (Tracts 21, 22, 23) in the amount of 527,282.30 and authorize the Chairman and Clerk to the Board to approve contracts.
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VIII.Other Business/Informal Discussion

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IX. Adjournment

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners ACTION AGENDA ITEM

February 17, 2020

Action Item V. - 1. From: Eileen L. Gardner, Risk Manager

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Administration - Resolution Adopting the Brunswick County Safety Manual

Issue/Action Requested: Request that the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners approve the attached resolution and adopt the Brunswick County

Safety Manual.

Background/Purpose of Request: In order to best provide safety in a growing and changing workplace, Brunswick County Risk Management recommends

adopting the enclosed Safety Manual. This manual includes safety standards for organization wide uses as well as safety standards for specific occupations. The safety manual has been used informally for a number of years; however, formal adoption is recommended.
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It is recommended to adopt as a policy manual and allow the County Manager the ability to amend the Safety Manual on an on-going basis to allow for

necessary changes. Changes may be required by the North Carolina Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Division and other governing entities.
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Fiscal Impact: Reviewed By Director of Fiscal Operations

Approved By County Attorney: No

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County Attorney's Recommendation: Safety Manual not attached.

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County Manager's Recommendation: Recommend that the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners adopt the Brunswick County Safety Manual to continue to

promote a positive safety culture for the employees of Brunswick County.
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ATTACHMENTS: Description 2020-02-17 Resolution Adopting the Brunswick County Employee Safety Manual Safety Manual

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RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE BRUNSWICK COUNTY EMPLOYEE SAFETY MANUAL

WHEREAS, the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners considers the health and safety of employees one of its most important responsibilities; and

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WHEREAS, the diversity of occupations in Brunswick County government requires the development of specific safety standards with procedures that

address this diversity; and
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WHEREAS, Brunswick County requires its employees to respond appropriately in their roles and to follow all established safety rules and procedures;

and
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WHEREAS, the Brunswick County Safety Manual will provide guidance in operating procedures for all occupations in County government; and

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WHEREAS, the Brunswick County Safety Manual will work in conjunction with best industry standards and statutory laws regarding occupational safety,

and shall be subject to change as North Carolina Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Division and other statutory laws or regulations are amended; and
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WHEREAS, the Brunswick County Safety Manual shall be a living document capable of amendment as needed by the County Manager.

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NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners adopts the Brunswick County Safety Manual in order to promote a

positive safety culture for the employees of Brunswick County.

This the 1 r day of February, 2020.

Frank Williams, Chair

Brunswick County Board of Commissioners

ATTEST:

Andrea White, NCCCC Clerk to the Board

BRUNSWICK COUNTY

SAFETY MANUAL PREPARED FOR BRUNSWICK COUNTY EMPLOYEES

BY BRUNSWICK COUNTY SAFETY REVIEW TEAM

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION I STANDARD PROCEDURES PROCESSES 3

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SAFETY STATEMENT POLICY ............................................................................................ ..3 RISK MANAGEMENT

.................................................................................................................. 8 NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL STATUTE ........................................................................... 11 GENERAL WORKPLACE SAFETY RULES ......................................................................... ..12 WORKER S COMPENSATION PLAN ................................................................................... ..13 ACCIDENT /INJURY REPORTING ....................................................................................... ..15 RETURN TO WORK PLAN ...................................................................................................... ..19 AUTO/PROPERTY DAMAGE REPORTING ........................................................................ ..21 MINIMUM INSURANCE COVERAGE REQUIREMENTS ................................................ ..23
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SECTION II OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH COMPLIANCE 25

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BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS .................................................................................................. 25 COMMERCIAL DRIVER S

LICENSE DRUG ALCOHOL TESTING ............................... ..34 CONFINED SPACE ENTRY PROCEDURE.................................................................................. ..38 DRIVING QUALIFICATIONS EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS ....................................... ..45 ELECTRICAL SAFETY ............................................................................................................ ..59 ERGONOMIC WELLNESS ...................................................................................................... ..60 FALL PROTECTION ................................................................................................................... 61 FIRST AID ................................................................................................................................... ..62 FITNESS FOR DUTY ................................................................................................................. ..62 GLOBAL HARMONIZATION SYSTEM (FORMERLY RIGHT TO KNOW ACT) .........64 HEARING CONSERVATION. ................................................................................................... 67 LAB SAFETY ................................................................................................................................68 LOCK OUT / TAG OUT PROCEDURES..................................................................................76 MATERIALS HANDLING................................................................................................................... 95 OFFICE SAFETY .........................................................................................................................98 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT PROGRAM ............................... .........................99 RECORDKEEPING AND REPORTING INJURIES .............................................................100 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM ........................................................................100
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HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, ASSESSMENT AND CONTROL .................................... 109 JOB HAZARD ANALYSIS

...................................................................................................... 109 SAFETY INSPECTIONS .........................................................................................................110 RECORDKEEPING AND REPORTING INJURIES .......................................................... 111 SAFETY SHOE PROGRAM ................................................................................................... 112 SAFETY TRAINING ................................................................................................................ 113 SAFETY TRAINING CALENDAR ........................................................................................ 113 TRENCHING AND EXCAVATION SAFETY POLICY...................................................... 114 WORKPLACE VIOLENCE .................................................................................................... 122
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SECTION III EMERGENCY ACTION PLANNING 123

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EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN ............................................................................................. 123 ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS

.................................................................................124 BOMB THREAT ....................................................................................................................... 124 EMERGENCY EVACUATION .............................................................................................. 125 FIRE ............................................................................................................................................ 126 FLOOD ....................................................................................................................................... 127 GAS LEAK ................................................................................................................................. 127 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS .................................................................................................. 127 SPILL PREVENTION CONTROL AND COUNTERMEASURE PLAN ......................... 128
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SECTION IV APPENDIX 185

SAFETY INSPECTION REPORT ......................................................................................... 186 OUTSIDE STORAGE AREA

INSPECTION FORM .......................................................... 193 GARAGE AREA INSPECTION REPORT ........................................................................... 195 INSPECTION REPORT FUEL TANK DISPENSING AREA .............................................198 INSPECTION REPORT WELDING SHOP AREA .............................................................. 200

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT HAZARD ASSESSMENT ............................. 208 TRAINING - PROPER USE OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)

....... 211 DRIVER'S VEHICLE INSPECTION REPORT ................................................................... 217
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LOCK OUT / TAG OUT SAMPLE CONTROL PROCEDURES........................................204

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BRUNSWICK COUNTY

SAFETY STATEMENT

It is the intent of Brunswick County to provide a safe environment for the employees and public they serve. Safety hazards and potential loss

situations can be minimized through the involvement
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of the management team, supervisors and employee involvement in cooperation with safety

programs.

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All employees are expected to cooperate in safe practices by adhering to the safety regulations and guidelines of the Brunswick County Safety Manual

while performing their duties.
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The County Manager shall set the direction and enforcement of safety and health programs. This

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role includes approval of safety policies and programs. The Department Directors, Division Heads

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and Supervisors are responsible for developing proper attitudes that support a safety culture in

themselves and in those they supervise.

All employees have a responsibility to work safely, use protective equipment and comply with

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Brunswick County s Safety Programs. Employees are encouraged to participate and give suggestions for improvement through department meetings, during

discussions with supervisors
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or the Safety Review Team at any time.

The establishment of a Safety Review Team and sub-committees composed of representatives from

various departments of the County, with regularly scheduled safety meetings will demonstrate and

support the safety culture of Brunswick County. Each new employee will be required to attend a

new employee orientation provided by the Human Resources Department. Orientation will

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provide the introduction to the safety culture, specific safety rules and programs outlined in

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this document. Further, training specific to their occupation, designated environment and work

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group will be provided at the department level and closely supervised until it is ascertained that

he/she is fully capable of performing his/her duties in a safe manner.

Brunswick County's vision of an injury free workplace can be achieved through establishment of

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and compliance with safe work practices and procedures. The prevention of bodily injury and

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safe guarding of health are the first considerations in all workplace actions and are the responsibility

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of every employee at every level.

Chairman, Brunswick County Commissioners Date

Randell Woodruff Brunswick County Manager Date

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The Safety Manual will be available in each department and on-line on the County s website (www.brunswickcountync.gov).

SECTION I- STANDARD PROCEDURES AND PROCESSES

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BRUNSWICK COUNTY PERSONNEL MANUAL SAFETY POLICY

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SECTION V

Policy 530

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PERSONNEL STANDARDS

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SAFETY

PURPOSE: Brunswick County employees have a right to work in safe surroundings. Brunswick

County is strongly committed to providing a safe workplace.

SCOPE: This policy presents the County's commitment to safety, as well as a description of safety

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programs and procedures. It includes supervisor and employee responsibilities, accident reporting

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procedures, safety training, inspections, use of protective equipment and penalties for violations of

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safety rules.

POLICY AND PROCEDURE:

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1.1

1. ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT TO SAFETY

The County is committed to maintaining a safe and healthful environment for its

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employees, and will take the following actions to ensure that this commitment is carried

out:

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1.1.3

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1.1.8

Monitor County activities to identify safety and health risks.

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Take whatever steps are necessary to minimize risks that are discovered.

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Communicate County policy and programs to all employees and relevant government

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agencies.

Encourage employee awareness of safety and health risks, and encourage

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employees to report any violations of policy or new risks that he/she may observe.

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Plan new procedures or facilities with safety as a primary goal.

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Comply with all ADA and all state and federal requirements.

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Provide to employees and visitors any health or safety equipment that is needed to

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minimize risk and/or satisfy government requirements. If damaged or excessively

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worn, such equipment will be promptly replaced. No employee may work without

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wearing designated safety equipment.

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Not discriminate against or discharge any employee for initiating proceedings

against the County, testifying before any government agency, or exercising any

right provided by any government agency relating to our health and safety

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practices.

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1.1.9 Fully inform all new or prospective employees of any health hazards related to his/

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her job or to working on County premises.

2. RESPONSIBILITES OF THE COUNTY SAFETY COMMITTEE/ SAFETY OFFICER

2.1 The County Safety Committee / Officer is appointed by the County Manager and is

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responsible for the development and maintenance of the organization's safety programs. The

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Safety Committee / Officer's specific responsibilities include:

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2.1.4

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2.1.8

Ensuring compliance with all safety-related regulations of federal, state, and local

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governments.

Conducting regular formal and informal safety inspections of all County work areas to

ensure that County policies are being followed and to seek out any new sources of

health or safety risk.

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Representing the County in relations with government agencies affecting health and/or

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safety, including on-site inspections. It is the policy of the County to cooperate fully

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with agencies that monitor compliance with health and safety regulations.

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Developing and carrying out training and retraining programs in safety and health

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practices for all employees, as required, or in excess of the requirements of government

agencies.

Keeping records of safety policies, practices and procedures as prescribed by

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government regulations.

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Posting any notices or records that may be of interest to employees or that are required

by government agencies.

Receiving and acting on any violations of policy or observations of health or safety

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risks that may be reported.

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Making sure County equipment is in safe working order.

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3. RESPONSIBILITIES OF SUPERVISORS

All personnel who directly supervise one or more employees hold the following health

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and safety related responsibilities:

3.1.1 General knowledge of health and safety related procedures for all areas under his/her control.

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3.1.2 Inspect his/her work areas regularly to monitor compliance with policies. Train or

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arrange health and safety training for all employees.

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3.1.3 Discipline any employee who violates health or safety procedures.

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3.1.4 Supply Safety Committee / Officer with any information requested.

3.1.6 Cooperate with Safety Committee / Officer in communicating and implementing

new policies and in preparing for official inspections.

3.1.7 Report violations of policy to Safety Committee /Officer.

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4. RESPONSIBILITIES OF EMPLOYEES

4.1 Each employee of the County holds the following health and safety-related responsibilities:

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4.1.1 Follow all County health and safety-related policies and procedures.

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4.1.2 Report any violation of policy to the County Committee Safety / Officer.

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4.1.3 Work only with tools and equipment that are in proper working order. Report any

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damaged or malfunctioning equipment immediately to the supervisor.

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4.1.4 Always wear proper safety equipment.

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4.1.5 Keep work areas clean and neat.

4.1.6 Immediately report any work-related accident, injury or illness to the Safety

Committee/ Officer.

5. PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION OF SAFETY RULES

5.1 Any employee of the County who violates a health or safety policy will be subject to disciplinary procedures as described in Section II, Policy

250 of this manual.
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BRUNSWICK COUNTY SAFETY PROGRAM

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Specific organizational safety goals and performance standards have been established to

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incorporate incentives for departments and individuals to recognize improvements in workplace

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safety.

Expected Outcome

Reduced employee injury

Improve safety awareness

Reduction in claims cost

Safety Standards

Performance Indicators

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Recognition Methods

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Performance Indicators

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In order to achieve the desired results, reduced employee injury and program cost containment, the

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measurement components chosen are directly related to one another and provide benchmarks for

productivity and profitability for the organization.

Prompt Reporting tracks the number of days in which a department reports a workplace accident. This enables each department to follow accident

reporting

procedures; get medical attention promptly, contain costs and identify cause of injury

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Early Return to Work uses current Return to Work program to support injured employees by following the treating physician s recommendation until

fully duty is achieved. This also allows the organization to minimize indemnity dollars spent on
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workplace injuries.

Days Away Restricted Transferred using the industry standard equation to measure days away from work, enables the organization to compare industry

data and measure

annual successes. Days Away Restricted or Transferred will be measured within the

organization, annually by the use of the standard industry formula;

Lost Time Acc. x 200,000 = Incident Rate

Hrs. Worked

Severity Rate captures cost of claims paid annually by organization. Use of this benchmark tool will capture the loss ratio for the organization.

This will also assist in

determining reserves to fund the program going forward. Building up reserves will

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provide for a financially sound plan while departments showing improvements in focus

areas for new and/or protective equipment purchases.

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Total Cost of Claims x 200,000 = Severity Rate

Hrs. Worked

Department heads will be given data relating to key safety performance indicators. Each Department Director should provide feedback to employees in

areas where improved worker safety is needed. Directors may request from Risk Management additional training or safety data as needed.
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Recognition Methods (The following is an example of one recognition method) Brunswick County actively supports methods of recognition for increasing

worker safety while
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reducing the direct and indirect costs of accidents and injuries. This safety program encourages

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departments to improve safety by providing total performance in four focus areas for the calendar

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year. Each department showing improvements by a previously agreed upon percentage over the previous years four focus areas, will be recognized by one

or more of the following methods depending on the significance of improvement;
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Recognized by the Commissioners and County Manager in a public forum.

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