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DOE-HDBK-1139/1-2000
Change Notice No. 1
2.3 Inventory and Tracking
All chemicals brought on site should be tracked. In addition, secondary containers
of chemicals which may already be on site should be accounted for. Examples of
secondary containers include chemical process tanks, such as electroplating plants
and chemical cleaning tanks, which can be the most prevalent source of chemical
hazards.
Chemical inventory and tracking systems provide current information on the site's
hazardous chemical and material inventories. A properly integrated inventory and
tracking system can support other environment, safety, and health requirements
(directives). This is a continuous process performed from acquisition, through
storage and use, to final disposal.
Several inventory and tracking systems, often using bar code scanners and
computer databases, are used throughout the complex. The databases typically
include locations, amounts, uses, hazards, and custodians. Regardless of the
inventory and tracking software used, it is important to integrate this software with
other computerized environment, safety, and health systems, such as Hazard
Communication, waste disposal, medical surveillance, and MSDS systems, at a
particular site.
The following DOE directives and OSHA and EPA standards pertain to inventory
and tracking. At the activity or worker level, DOE O 440.1A requires the
DOE O 440.1A
identification of workplace hazards and evaluation of risk (440.1A.9). This Order
also calls out OSHA standards included in Title 29 of the CFR. Examples of OSHA
and EPA standards which call for inventory and tracking include: 29 CFR
1910.120, HAZWOPER, 29 CFR 1910.1200, Hazard Communication, 29 CFR
29 CFR 1910.120
1910.1450, Laboratory Standard, and Section 313 (EPCRA).
29 CFR 1910.1200
29 CFR 1910.1450
The DOE Office of Environmental Policy and Guidance maintains a web site
(http://homer.ornl.gov/oepa/EPCRA) which provides a useful EPCRA
tutorial. This tutorial includes a guide for identifying and tracking chemicals that
are regulated under 40 CFR 355 (EPCRA) at DOE facilities, and Emergency
Release Notification and reportable quantities (RQ) (40 CFR 302).
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