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DOE-HDBK-1139/1-2000
Change Notice No. 1
acrylate had ignited, a fire could have quickly spread through the rest of the lab. Also, if a fire had
occurred when the spill response team entered the room, they could have been severely burned.
(ORPS Report ALO-LA-LANL-TA55-1999-0032)
During a chlorine leak, the emergency response team was not totally familiar with the facility
systems. Plant operators had to tell them how to isolate chlorine cylinders and how to reset alarms to
determine if they were still detecting chlorine. (ORPS Report RL--PHMC-S&W-1999- 0002)
A researcher did not immediately notify his manager or emergency response personnel after a vessel
ruptured and expelled a mixture of 130 degrees centigrade trichloroethylene and hydrogen peroxide
from the face of a fume hood. (ORPS Report RL--PHMC-PNNLBOPER-1998- 0022)
Facility personnel waited approximately 30 minutes before reporting a 2-gallon spill of radioactive
phosphoric acid. Also, personnel in the spill area did not observe restrictions on eating, drinking, and
smoking, and some workers assisted emergency operations personnel without wearing personal
protective equipment. (ORPS Report RFO--KHLL-LIQWASTE-1998-0002)
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