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Summary of CSLM Program Benefits


DOE-HDBK-1139/2-2006
The following four programmatic/administrative elements are required for the successful
implement ation of the CSLM program: (1) management support; (2) regulatory interpretation;
(3) po licies and procedures; and (4) verification.
5.3.1
Management Support
Management support at all levels is critica l to the success of the CSLM program. Management
is responsible for establishing the CSLM program and ensuring adequate staffing and support.
Furthermore, management is responsible for clearly communicating to site personnel that the
CSLM Manager is the single point of contact for all chemical issues onsite. The CSLM Manager
is responsible for providing policies, procedures, and tools (such as the MSDS System and
inventory tracking s ystem) to meet all regulatory and site requirements. Line management is
responsible and accountable for implementing site policies and procedures related to the CSLM
program.
5.3.2
Regulatory Interpretation
5.3.2.1 Regulatory Compliance
The CSLM Manager should implement a fully documented process that complies with all
appropriate statutes, DOE Orders, Federal, State and local regulations, and site policies and
procedures.
5.3.2.2 Data Collection for Reporting
The CSLM Manager should implement a fully documented process that complies with all
aspects of data collectio n for regulatory reporting.
If the CSLM program does not perform the reporting function, it should, at a minimum, provide
oversight for the reporting function.
5.3.3
Verification
Self-assessment and independent assessment are two mechanisms used to collect data for
analysis and feedback. A comprehensive evaluation of the CSLM program allows the contractor
to analyze feedback information to measure performance against expectations and identify
improvement opportunities. The CSLM Manager should be responsible for performing a full
evaluation of the CSLM program for the site at a frequency commensurate with the prevailing
level of chemical activities occurring at the site. An annual evaluation is suggested for sites not
undergoing a significant change in missions. Comparing feedback information in subsequent
evaluation reports against the baseline report allows one to identify the areas of the CSLM
program that need additional attention or resources for further improvement. This corresponds to
the final ISMS core function, Provide Feedback and Continuous Improvement.
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