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following installed systems: natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, electric, alarms, plant
air, steam, inerting gases, oxygen and other gases, potable water, fire suppression
(water, CO2, Halon, etc.), steam, sewage, stormwater, and groundwater drains.
b.
Discuss the process for identifying, planning, and controlling the facility infrastructure
before and during D&D activities including underground utilities, retention tank lines,
process piping, neighboring facilities, fire protection, and structural integrity.
Discuss the safety impacts and mitigation strategies when mechanical, electrical,
ventilation, alarms, and fire suppression systems are disabled.
c.
Describe the protection provided by fuses, circuit breakers, and ground fault circuit
interrupters (GFCI) on installed circuits and extension cords.
d.
Describe the importance of lock out and tag out programs for D&D projects.
6. D&D personnel shall demonstrate a familiarity level knowledge of erosion,
groundwater movement, and contaminant transport in soil as they relate to D&D
activities.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Define erosion. Describe the characteristics and effects of water and wind erosion and
their implication to a D&D project. Discuss common erosion control techniques that
could be used during D&D.
b.
Discuss several examples of when groundwater could be of concern to a D&D project.
c.
Discuss the potential impacts from ground water contaminated with radioactive or
hazardous materials that should be considered during D&D planning and
implementation.
7. D&D personnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge of basic heating,
ventilation, and air conditioning system (HVAC) operations, the potential of these
systems to be hazard sources, and the relationship of these systems to contaminant
transfer.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Given a one-line diagram of an HVAC system, identify and discuss the purpose of the
following components:
Blowers
Dampers
Chillers
Filters and filter plenums
Heat exchangers
Scrubbers
Gloveboxes and hoods
b.
Discuss the significance of the following system parameters:
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