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  • They should contain originator and date. identification of individual(s) who will be responsible for the whole operation and for compliance with the method statement. skills (competencies of those who will do the job) ie crane and fork lift truck drivers the sequence of work including hazard identification and risk control measures Any environmental limitations which may be applicable such as wind speed, rain, temperature. reference to Standards/Procedures Specific safety precautions including materials, storage, transportation handling and security details the position of fencing / barriers to separate the work site from other areas including signs etc. provision of access for visitors to site provision for supervision and inspection of work the position of skips, storage areas, parking, portable toilets etc. details of all personal protective equipment and other measures such as local exhaust ventilation, rescue equipment, fire extinquishers, gas detection equipment The means by which any variations to the method statement will be authorised.
  • Safeworkpmits

    1. 1. Health & Safety Awareness Training: Safe Permits to Work: Safe Permits to Work
    2. 2. Safe Permits to Work <ul><li>An introduction for Managers, Appointed Persons, Supervisors and persons who may have responsibility to issue Safe Permits To Work to, Employees and Contractors </li></ul>Risk Method Control
    3. 3. Safe Permits to Work Why are we here? The company requires the evaluation of hazardous, Non routine jobs for which there are no Safe Task Procedures or approved Task Safety Plans. Certain tasks always require that a Safe Permit to Work be issued by a qualified individual. In our case the Appointed Person
    4. 4. Safe Permits to Work Goals and Objectives: At the end of this session you will: - be familiar with jobs requiring safe work permits. - be familiar with the Safe Permit to Work system.
    5. 5. WE DON’T WANT YOU OR US TO END UP LIKE THIS
    6. 6. Responsibilities: Appointed Persons. <ul><li>Duties which include: </li></ul><ul><li>Ensuring the place of work is secured </li></ul><ul><li>from unauthorised access. </li></ul><ul><li>Making full and proper use of all safety devices and guarding equipment at all times. </li></ul><ul><li>Reporting all accidents, dangerous occurrences and near misses. </li></ul><ul><li>Ensuring that work equipment is only used for the purpose that it was designed to be suitable for. (including privately owned tools). </li></ul><ul><li>Reporting any safety concerns in relation to work equipment or the working environment to management immediately. </li></ul><ul><li>Only using company registered ladders and steps, unless written authority has been obtained from the client. </li></ul><ul><li>Purchasing, using, transporting or disposal of COSHH controlled substances in accordance with company procedures. </li></ul><ul><li>Adhering to any instructions specified in method statements, risk assessments or Permit to Work issued for that task. </li></ul><ul><li>Reporting unsafe working practices/procedures used by other contractors/sub contractors. </li></ul><ul><li>Reporting any problems or losses of items of PPE. </li></ul><ul><li>Ensuring first aid boxes issued are kept stocked and available for use. </li></ul><ul><li>Reporting any health hazards, e.g. birds rats, mice etc. </li></ul><ul><li>Notifying management of any particular health or welfare concerns they may have by completion of a Risk/Hazard Alert form or by contact direct with management if situation is deemed urgent. </li></ul>
    7. 7. Safe Permits to Work Cutting / Welding Permit Location: Job No. Date: Job No. Confined Space Entry Permit Location and description of confined space: Reason for entry: Permit issued to: Supervisor’s Name: Attendant’s name: Permit issuer’s name: % oxygen: % lower explosive limit: ppm CO: H 2 S: Requirements Emergency Rescuer yes no Continuous Gas Monitor yes no Barrier for ground openings yes no Warning Signs yes no Safe Work Permit Permit # Type: (hot work, confined space, line break, etc..... location: Valid __/___/___ ____ __/___/___ ____ Issued to: From: M D Y time to M D Y time Work Description: ________________________________ ____________________________________________ Supervisor’s Signature Print name ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ Work Order No. Atm Combustible vapors or gases (<10%) Oxygen Concentration (>19.5% & <21%) Toxic Material Concentration Tests Precautions Always Required: There are various documents which are called “ safe permits to work.”
    8. 8. Safe Permits to Work Cutting / Welding Permit Location: Job No. Date: Job No. Location & Building: Floor Nature of Job: Welder’s Name: The above location has been examined. The precautions checked on the reverse of this card have been taken to prevent fire. Permission is granted for this work. Permit Date: Time: Expires AM PM The Hot Work Permit is a form of Safe Work Permit issued by the Appointed Person , or other responsible person. This permit is required for all situations which may result in fires or explosions.
    9. 9. Safe Permits to Work CAUTION Confined Space Keep Out ! The “Confined Space Entry Permit” is another form of safe permit to work, regulating entry into pits, tanks, and vessels and other confined spaces . Confined Space Entry Permit Location and description of confined space: Reason for entry: Permit issued to: Supervisor’s Name: Attendant’s name: Permit issuer’s name: % oxygen: % lower explosive limit: ppm CO: H 2 S: Requirements Emergency Rescuer yes no Continuous Gas Monitor yes no Barrier for ground openings yes no Warning Signs yes no Safety Harness with life line yes no Tripod / Hoist / Pulley yes no
    10. 10. Safe Permits to Work Cutting / Welding Permit Location: Job No. Date: Job No. Confined Space Entry Permit Location and description of confined space: Reason for entry: Permit issued to: Supervisor’s Name: Attendant’s name: Permit issuer’s name: % oxygen: % lower explosive limit: ppm CO: H 2 S: Requirements Emergency Rescuer yes no Continuous Gas Monitor yes no Barrier for ground openings yes no Warning Signs yes no Confined Space Entry Permits, Hot Work Permits and others will be discussed in detail later on.
    11. 11. Safe Permits to Work Safe Work Permit Permit # Type: (hot work, confined space, line break, etc.... location: Valid __/___/___ ____ __/___/___ ____ Issued to: From: M D Y time to M D Y time Work Description: ________________________________ ____________________________________________ Supervisor’s Signature Print name ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ Work Order No. Atm Combustible vapours or gases (<10%) Oxygen Concentration (>19.5% & <21%) Toxic Material Concentration Tests Precautions Always Required: The objective of the Safe Permit to Work system is to identify hazards associated with a non routine job, and to develop precautions required to control each hazard identified.
    12. 12. Safe Permits to Work Let’s begin with a look at the hazards associated with specific jobs, and examine how Safe Permits to Work can help to prevent them from causing damage or injury. Risk Assessments Method Statements Control Documents
    13. 13. Something with the Potential For Causing Harm (ie Injury, Damage) Risk Assessment. What is a hazard?
    14. 14. Risk Assessment. What is likelihood or probability? The likelihood that the harm from the particular hazard is realised . ie AN EXPRESSION OF POSSIBLE LOSS IN TERMS OF SEVERITY AND PROBABILITY
    15. 15. Method Statements <ul><li>‘ Generic’ statements can be used so long as they are modified to be specific </li></ul><ul><li>Hand written or hand amended is perfectly satisfactory </li></ul><ul><li>They should be job specific to the job in hand </li></ul>
    16. 16. Safe Permits to Work Examples of tasks requiring permits are: 1. Hot Work - the use of open flame, oxyacetylene burning, tar kettles, etc...., and the use of portable spark or heat producing equipment in flammable storage or handling areas. 2. High Voltage work. 3. Confined Space Entry 4. Excavations 5. Hilti Guns. 6. Whenever required by existing company or contractor procedures or required in the contractor’s Project Safety Plan. 7. Use of internal combustion engines, or vehicles with internal combustion engines inside company buildings. 8. Use of company owned equipment, such as personnel lifts, fork trucks, vehicles, etc., by employees of a contractor. This list is not exhaustive!
    17. 17. Safe Permits to Work Excavations can result in: head Injuries from materials falling from overhead surfaces, rupture of high pressure hydraulic lines used on backhoes, shovels, and drills. excessive noise from concrete breaking and cutting equipment, and collapse of excavation walls and piles due to poorly secured soil, sudden weather changes, or other factors. Permits are written to ensure that necessary equipment is present and in good working order.
    18. 18. Safe Permits to Work Excavations : Poorly planned excavations can result in damage to underground services, such as electrical lines, natural gas lines, water sewers and drains. The consequence of damaged utility services is often complete shutdown of operations resulting in major business losses. Permits are written to protect the employee and prevent damage to underground equipment and services .
    19. 19. Safe Permits to Work Excavations may expose hazardous materials, which have leaked and are contaminating the soil. Permits ensure that procedures to protect workers from exposure to toxic substances have been identified and for the protection of the environment.
    20. 20. Safe Permits to Work Use of Hilti Type Guns. Permits are issued to ensure procedures are followed that prevent injury to users and fellow employees.
    21. 21. Safe Permits to Work Internal combustion engines produce poisonous gases such as carbon monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen. Permits ensure that procedures are followed that will prevent equipment emissions from contaminating air inside buildings and confined spaces.
    22. 22. Safe Permits to Work Unauthorized use of company equipment can result in lost production and injury to untrained operators. Permits prevent company equipment from being taken by contractors without the permission of management, and require verification of equipment Operator training .
    23. 23. Safe Permits to Work Work which ordinarily does not require safe work permits may be included at the discretion of the : The Appointed Person. Safety Representative. The Contractor .
    24. 24. Safe Permits to Work Following are examples of situations which may require discretionary safe work permits. There could be many others :
    25. 25. Safe Permits to Work Movement of large pieces of equipment, especially while other personnel are working nearby, can result in employee injury. Permits may be issued to ensure the use of procedures that will prevent employee injury from falling material, or being struck by equipment. (LOLER Regulations)
    26. 26. Safe Permits to Work Abandoned tanks, pipe lines, drums, and vessels may contain hazardous vapors and gases. Permits may be issued to prevent toxic or corrosive exposures to workers when working on abandoned equipment, complementing hot work and confined space permits. ?
    27. 27. Safe Permits to Work Many construction processes create noise levels high enough to cause hearing loss. Permit requirements may be issued to reduce noise to acceptable limits, or to provide both construction and other employees with required hearing protection.
    28. 28. Safe Permits to Work Boilers, high pressure vessels, tanks, etc can undergo sudden failure resulting in disastrous consequences. Permits may be issued requiring precautions and equipment to prevent system failures not covered by safe job procedures or project safety plans.
    29. 29. Safe Permits to Work Permits may be required where the consequence of non-compliance with fall protection requirements is severe, or where dropped materials may endanger other workers below: i.e. working over water or working at height.
    30. 30. Safe Permits to Work Permits are required before work begins near energized lines which cannot be shut off if there is danger of fire, shock or electrocution. Electricity At Work Regulations
    31. 31. Safe Permits to Work CAUTION “ Safe Permit to Work Required!” Hazardous Materials! Confined Space! High Pressure Gas Mains! High Voltage! Permits are mandatory where signs are posted which require them.
    32. 32. Safe Permits to Work Safe Work Permit Permit # Type: (hot work, confined space, line break, etc.... location: Valid __/___/___ ____ __/___/___ ____ Issued to: From: M D Y time to M D Y time Work Description: ________________________________ ____________________________________________ Supervisor’s Signature Print name ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ Work Order No. Permits are issued: - for a specific date and time range, - for a specific job, - and to specific individuals.
    33. 33. Safe Permits to Work Safe Work Permit Permit # ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Work Description: ________________________________ ____________________________________________ Supervisor’s Signature Print name ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ Work Order No. Atm. Combustible Vapors or gases (<10%) Oxygen Concentration ( >19.5% & < 21%) Toxic Material Concentration Tests Permit Issued by: _________________________/____/___ Work Area Manager Approval _______________/___/__ <ul><li>Permits must be reviewed and signed by: </li></ul><ul><li>the Appointed Person/Safety Representative </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>issuing the permit. </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>- the workers’ supervisor, </li></ul><ul><li>- affected workers, </li></ul><ul><li>- and the work area manager. </li></ul>
    34. 34. Safe Permits to Work Safe Work Permit ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Precautions Always required: o Emergency procedures review by: o Emergency equipment & location review by: o Area inherent hazards review by: o Material Safety Data Sheets review by: Workers must be informed of required emergency procedures, location and operation of emergency equipment, and area inherent hazards. (Site briefing or similar). Material Safety Data Sheets must be supplied and special precautions reviewed with workers and their supervisors.
    35. 35. Safe Permits to Work Safe Permit to Work ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Special Precautions Required: o Buddy System o Sprinklers in Service o Cleaning of _________ o Purging of ________ o Remove materials from ___________________ o Piping o Drain o Disconnect o Blank off / Capped o Clean o Ventilate o Remove combustibles from other side of wall. o Floor Swept Clean of Combustibles o Clean area within 10m. o Wet down floor. o Adjacent areas: __________________________ o Cover floor with: __________________________ o Non-combustible Tarpaulins or Metal Shields Over: o Electrical Switches or Valves off, locked-out, and Tagged: o Electrical Grounding of: ________________________ o Atmosphere monitored during work for: ____________ periodically: __________ continuously: __________ o Safety Monitor(s) present from _________ to _________ o Fire Watch Present during work and for 30 minutes after... o Respirator to be worn____ or be readily available ___ Required special precautions must be clearly indicated and communicated to workers, and their supervision. It is the safety representative’s responsibility to determine if and when special measures are required. Permits differ from company to company
    36. 36. Safe Permits to Work Safe Work Permit ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Safety Equipment Required o safety glasses o hard hat o face shield o safety shoes o fire extinguishers - type ___ #___ size ___ o fire hose o supplementary illumination o warning signs o barricades o non-sparking tools o explosion proof equipment o safety harness o life line o tripod emergency escape unit o 2-way radio or phone o respirators o impervious gloves o protective clothing _____________________ o mechanical ventilation o shower & eyewash o self contained breathing apparatus o ground fault circuit interrupter o ladder / lift / scaffold o other________________________________ Personal protective equipment and other safety equipment required is specified. For each hazard present at the work site, the safety representative must specify a hazard control.
    37. 37. The Law <ul><li>Health & Safety at Work etc Act. </li></ul><ul><li>Electricity at Work Regulations. </li></ul><ul><li>Confined Spaces Regulations. </li></ul><ul><li>Construction Regulations. </li></ul><ul><li>Management of Health, Safety, & Welfare Regulations. </li></ul><ul><li>Working at Height Regulations. </li></ul><ul><li>PUWER & LOLER Regulations. </li></ul><ul><li>This list is not exhaustive </li></ul>
    38. 38. Flow Chart
    39. 39. Permit-Required Specified Confined Spaces <ul><li>Confined Space Regulations: </li></ul><ul><li>A Permit-Required Specified Confined Space is a space that has a foreseeable risk of: </li></ul><ul><li>One or more of the following characteristics: </li></ul>CAUTION Confined Space Keep Out !
    40. 40. <ul><li>Foreseeable risk of fire or explosion </li></ul><ul><li>Foreseeable risk of gas, fume or vapour. </li></ul><ul><li>Foreseeable risk of free flowing solids that would restrict access to respirable air. </li></ul><ul><li>Foreseeable risk of an increase in body temperature that may cause asphyxiation. </li></ul><ul><li>Foreseeable risk of a rise in fluids. </li></ul>
    41. 41. Complete Entry Permit Form <ul><li>Permit must be correctly and completely filled out prior to entry. </li></ul><ul><li>Permit must be activated by Entry Supervisor’s signature to be valid. </li></ul><ul><li>No entry is allowed without a valid permit. </li></ul><ul><li>Permits are valid for up to 12 hours. </li></ul><ul><li>When work is completed, permit and toolbox form should be returned to safety. </li></ul><ul><li>Cancelled permits must be kept on file for at least one year. </li></ul>
    42. 42. High Voltage Permit
    43. 43. Hot Work Permits Examples of hot work are: welding burning brazing propane soldering oxyacetylene cutting grinding ferrous metals
    44. 44. Hot Work Permits Cutting / Welding Permit Location: Job No. Date: Job No. Location & Building: Floor Nature of Job: Welder’s Name: The above location has been examined. The precautions checked on the reverse of this card have been taken to prevent fire. Permission is granted for this work. Permit Date: Time: Expires AM PM Permits are issued for the specific job being done, And For a specific time period, the time period is usually for the working shift, But may never exceed twenty-four hours.
    45. 45. Hot Work Permits Necessary Precautions O Sprinklers are in service. O Cutting and welding equipment in good repair. Precautions within 35 ft. (10 m.) of work. O Floors swept clean of combustibles. O Combustible floors wet down, covered with damp sand or fire-resistive sheets. O Flammable liquids removed; other combustibles, if not removed protected with fire-resistive tarpaulins or metal shields. O Explosive atmosphere in area eliminated. O All wall and floor openings covered. O Fire-resistive tarpaulins suspended beneath work. Work on Walls or Ceilings O Construction is noncombustible and without combustible covering or isolation. O Combustibles moved away from other side of wall. Work on Enclosed Equipment O Enclosed equipment cleaned of all combustibles. O Containers purged of flammable liquids. Fire Watch O Fire watch will be provided during and for at least 30 minutes after work, and during any coffee or lunch breaks. O Fire watch is supplied with suitable extinguishers, or charged small hose. O Fire watch is trained in use of this equipment and in sounding alarm. The Fire Marshal, Safety Engineer, Maintenance Manager or Appointed Person has the responsibility to verify that all necessary precautions have been taken at the worksite.
    46. 46. Hot Work Permits Necessary Precautions O Sprinklers are in service. Welding and other hot work have been found to be high ranking causes of industrial fires. Sprinkler systems must remain in service in the hot work area, unless specifically approved by the Fire Marshal, Safety Engineer, or Maintenance Manager.
    47. 47. Hot Work Permits Necessary Precautions O Cutting and welding equipment in good repair. Gas hoses, backflow preventors, fire resistive tarpaulins, curtains and other cutting and welding equipment must be in good repair before the permit is issued.
    48. 48. Hot Work Permits Necessary Precautions Precautions within 35 ft. (10 m.) of work. O Floors swept clean of combustibles. O Combustible floors wet down, covered with damp sand or fire-resistive sheets. O Flammable liquids removed; other combustibles, if not removed protected with fire-resistive tarpaulins or metal shields. O Explosive atmosphere in area eliminated. O All wall and floor openings covered. O Fire-resistive tarpaulins suspended beneath work. Work on Walls or Ceilings O Construction is noncombustible and without combustible covering or isolation. O Combustibles moved away from other side of wall. Work on Enclosed Equipment O Enclosed equipment cleaned of all combustibles. O Containers purged of flammable liquids. Anything that can burn must be removed from the immediate work area.
    49. 49. Hot Work Permits Necessary Precautions Fire Watch O Fire watch will be provided during and for at least 30 minutes after work, and during any coffee or lunch breaks. O Fire watch is supplied with suitable extinguishers, or charged small hose. O Fire watch is trained in use of this equipment and in sounding alarm. Fire Watch Personnel may not do other jobs which detract from their primary responsibility. Fire Watch Personnel must be trained to use fire extinguishment media provided. Fire Watch Personnel must be aware of how to report emergencies, and in emergency evacuation procedures. Fire Watch Personnel must be identified and their qualifications verified, before permits are issued .
    50. 50. Hot Work Permits Final Checkup By Welder Work area and all adjacent areas to which sparks and heat might have spread (such as floors above and below and on opposite side of walls) were inspected after the work was completed and were found firesafe. Signed: After signing, return to person who issued it. Before leaving the area for the day, verify that no smoldering fires have developed within walls, cracks in floors, or in ceiling areas where you have been working. Return the work permit to the person who issued it within 30 minutes of job completion , so that they may complete any necessary job follow-up.
    51. 51. Lifting Operations & Lifting Equipment . <ul><li>Employer to Ensure : </li></ul><ul><li>work planned. </li></ul><ul><li>records kept. </li></ul><ul><li>trained workforce </li></ul><ul><li>appointed persons </li></ul><ul><li>lift supervisors. </li></ul><ul><li>equipment suitable. </li></ul><ul><li>“ maintained. </li></ul><ul><li>Employees follow </li></ul><ul><li>safe systems. </li></ul>
    52. 52. Safe Dig Permit. Safe Work Permit ---------------------------------------------------------------------- EXCAVATION PRECAUTIONS REQUIRED: o Underground Utility Hazard Review o Soil Excavation Reviewed o Underground Utility Stakeout Performed o Excavation cut back walls reinforced o Means of exiting. The safety representative must verify that all underground utilities have been located and staked out by the use of Plans, Drawings etc, and by the use of trained persons using Cable Avoidance Tools. Provisions must be made to barricade the open trench, prevent collapse of trench walls, provide employees with a means of exit, reroute ground water, and all other requirements of excavating. If soil is contaminated, the safety representative will ask for a written health and safety plan.
    53. 57. Safe Permits to Work - SUMMARY <ul><li>- Hot work, Confined Space Entry, Excavations, High Voltage work,, </li></ul><ul><li>use of Internal combustion engines inside of buildings, </li></ul><ul><li>use of company owned or leased equipment, and areas where </li></ul><ul><li>“ Safe Permit to Work Required” signs are posted always require </li></ul><ul><li>a safe work permit. </li></ul><ul><li>- Other safe permits to work may be required at the discretion </li></ul><ul><li>of the Appointed person, Safety Representative, </li></ul><ul><li>or the Contractor. </li></ul><ul><li>- Permits will be issued by a qualified Appointed person. </li></ul><ul><li>- Permits are issued to specific persons for a specific time </li></ul><ul><li>period and for a specific job. </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Permits must be signed at the time issued by the Appointed Person </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>safety supervisor, affected workers, and the manager of the area in </li></ul><ul><li>which work is being done. </li></ul>
    54. 58. Where to Get Help? <ul><li>Your Appointed person / supervisor may be responsible for providing equipment necessary to comply with Safe Permit to Work requirements. </li></ul><ul><li>The Appointed Person / safety representative is responsible for completing the task hazard analysis and issuing the permit. </li></ul>
    55. 59. <ul><li>Hot work, Confined Space Entry, Excavations, High Voltage work,, </li></ul><ul><li>use of Internal combustion engines inside of buildings, </li></ul><ul><li>use of company owned or leased equipment, and areas where </li></ul><ul><li>“ Safe Permit to Work Required” signs are posted always require </li></ul><ul><li>a safe work permit. </li></ul><ul><li>- Other safe permits to work may be required at the discretion </li></ul><ul><li>of the Appointed person, Safety Representative, </li></ul><ul><li>or the Contractor. </li></ul><ul><li>- Permits will be issued by a qualified Appointed person. </li></ul><ul><li>- Permits are issued to specific persons for a specific time </li></ul><ul><li>period and for a specific job. </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Permits must be signed at the time issued by the Appointed Person </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>safety supervisor, affected workers, and the manager of the area in </li></ul><ul><li>which work is being done. </li></ul>
    56. 60. 2 1 3 4 PERMIT TO WORK Site: __________________________________ Permit No. Check Work Complete Cancel Permit Signed: ___________ Time _____:______ Signed: ___________ Time _____:______ Date ___/___/___ Date ___/___/___ Name: Request to the Authorised Person ___________________________________________ ( Discipline e.g. Foreman Supervisor) From __________________________________________ Job: Detail equipment, plant ________________________________________________________ Process or activity upon ________________________________________________________ which work is required ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ Action: Signed: _____________________________ Time _____:______ Date ___/___/___ Position:______________________________________ Detail action and I have read the above request and certify that the above equipment is available, to the precautions taken degree of safety required by you to perform your work as follows: to achieve safe working ______________________________________________________________________ and to avoid perceived ______________________________________________________________________ hazards ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Action: Signed: _____________________________ Time _____:______ Date ___/___/___ Permit Valid until: Time _____:______ Date ___/___/___ Position: _____________________________________ I hereby declare that I accept responsibility for carrying out the work on the equipment/task defined in section (1) above. I will comply with the Safety Rules upon which I have received instructions . Action: Signed: _____________________________ Time _____:______ Date ___/___/___ (Competent Person e.g. Engineer/Electrician) I hereby declare that I have withdrawn from the equipment/task specified in this permit, and have warned any men who assisted me that it is no longer safe to work on the equipment. All tools, safety devices, earths applied/connected/fixed by my authority have been removed. Action: Signed: _____________________________ Time _____:______ Date ___/___/___ (Competent Person e.g. Engineer/Electrician)

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