DOE O 430.1B and Associated DOE
Provides requirements for the control (planning, acquiring, maintaining,
leasing, and disposal) of the Department's physical assets, implemented
Real Property Asset Management
through a graded approach to life-cycle asset management and referenced
guidance and technical standards.
DOE O 151.1B (10/29/03)*
Provides requirements for the establishment of an Operational Emergency
Comprehensive Emergency Management
Base Program that provides the framework for response to serious events
involving health and safety, the environment, safeguards, and security. Also
requires an operational emergency hazardous material program to supplement
the Base Program.
DOE G 151.1-1Emergency Management
Provides guidance for the establishment of an Operational Emergency Base
Program that meets the requirements of DOE O 151.1B.
Provides guidance for evaluating emergency plans.
Guidance for Evaluation of Operational
Applies to Federal employees not covered under the occupational medical
DOE O 440.1A (3/27/98) *
program requirements for contractors in DOE O 440.1. This Order requires
Worker Protection management for DOE
Heads of DOE Field Elements with Delegated Personnel Authority to
Federal and Contractor Employees
develop, establish, provide, and maintain a Federal Employee Occupational
Paragraph (f) contains specific medical surveillance program requirements
29 CFR 1910.120(f) or (q)(9)*
for employees conducting hazardous waste operations and whose potential
Medical Surveillance for Hazardous Waste
exposure levels exceed specified limits. Paragraph (q)(9) requires a medical
Operations and Emergency Response
surveillance program for members of organized and designated HAZMAT
teams and for hazardous materials specialists, as defined in this regulation.
Provides guidelines for establishing an occupational medical program which
DOE G 440.1-4
meets the requirements of DOE O 440.1A.
Contractor Occupational Medical Program
Guide for Use with DOE O 440.1 (6/27/97)
DOE O 414.1B (4/29/04) *
Ensures that the quality of DOE products and services meet or exceed
DOE G 414.1-1A (5/31/01)
Provides guidance on performing management assessments in accordance
Management Assessment and Independent
with the requirements of 10 CFR 830 Subpart A, and DOE O 414.1. Also
provides guidance on retaining information from canceled orders and
conveying current trends in assessment methodology to ensure assessments
are performed efficiently.