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DOE Standard Respiratory Acceptance Program for Supplied
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Record Keeping


DOE-STD-1167-2003
The DOE Operations/Field Office should convey final acceptance or rejection of
the supplied-air suit configuration to the contractor in writing within 60 days of
receipt of the STF report. If final acceptance or rejection of the STF conclusions
and recommendations are not received within sixty (60) days of receipt of the
STF report, the Site supplied-air suit manager may elect to use the supplied-air
suit, as proposed, pending final disposition of the STF report by the DOE
Operations/Field Office.
6.0
Exceptions to the Acceptance Process
6.1
Exceptions to the acceptance process such as those listed below may be granted
based on the review and approval of the cognizant Operations/Field Office.
6.2
A DOE or DOE contractor does not need to test and evaluate their supplied-air suit
configuration, using all of the below tests, if for a given test the certified results of
independent testing (using the European standards, etc.) meet the acceptance criteria
for the ERAP for that test (see Appendix C)
6.3
A DOE or DOE contractor does not need to obtain acceptance of their supplied-air
suit configuration and program, using the below procedures, if:
The supplied-air suit and associated supplied-air suit program had been approved
per the Acceptance Testing Procedures for Air-Line Supplied-Air Suits (LA-
10156-MS) prior to the issuance of this technical standard, and no modifications
that degrade the level of protection have been made to the supplied-air suit
configuration.
The supplied-air suit configuration at one DOE site is identical to an accepted
configuration used at another DOE site and the DOE Operations/Field Office
accepts the revised supplied-air suit program from its own site.
7.0
Quality Assurance
7.1
Site Self-assessment
A site using supplied-air suits should conduct a self-evaluation of their supplied-air suit
program along with their respirator program, preferably every year (or as recommended by
the ANSI Z88.2 standard). Such self-assessment reports should be made available during
any independent assessment.
7.2
Independent Assessment
An on-site evaluation of supplied-air suit program implementation should be repeated every
4 years by an individual independent of the respirator program. Additional assessors may be
used, if the contractor deems it necessary. This evaluation should cover at least the elements
specified in Appendix B. This evaluation may be part of the Site evaluation performed in the
Departmental Integrated Safety Management System reviews. The independent assessor
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