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Risk analysis from a user perspective of the beamline BALDER, MAX IV Laboratory

Hultberg, Patrik LU (2015) MAM920 20142
Ergonomics and Aerosol Technology
Abstract
The main purpose of this report is to identify, evaluate and if possible, suggest reduction methods to the risks from which users at the beamline BALDER, MAX IV Laboratory are exposed to during their visit. Identified risks includes radiation, fire, electricity, gases and miscellaneous risks such as the overhead crane. The evaluation indicates that the handling of toxic gases inside the experimental hutch is the highest risk for users to be considered at BALDER. To improve the user safety at BALDER, investigating the gas handling of gas cabinet nr. 5 is of great importance. Also, looking over the safety instruction routines for arriving users and an installment of a passage to the exp. hutch are to consider.
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Hultberg, Patrik LU
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MAM920 20142
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
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English
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8166562
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2015-11-10 11:39:12
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  abstract     = {The main purpose of this report is to identify, evaluate and if possible, suggest reduction methods to the risks from which users at the beamline BALDER, MAX IV Laboratory are exposed to during their visit. Identified risks includes radiation, fire, electricity, gases and miscellaneous risks such as the overhead crane. The evaluation indicates that the handling of toxic gases inside the experimental hutch is the highest risk for users to be considered at BALDER. To improve the user safety at BALDER, investigating the gas handling of gas cabinet nr. 5 is of great importance. Also, looking over the safety instruction routines for arriving users and an installment of a passage to the exp. hutch are to consider.},
  author       = {Hultberg, Patrik},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Risk analysis from a user perspective of the beamline BALDER, MAX IV Laboratory},
  year         = {2015},
}