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DOE-STD -3009-94
preve ntion, and the means used to identify facility fire and explosive hazards,
including periodic update reviews. Reference facility documents detailing the
program.
Identify the organizational structure that administers the fire protection
program and the ma in elements of the program. Organizational aspects of this
summary may be provided in this chapter or Chapter 17, "Management,
Organization, and Institutional Safety Provisions."
11.4.3
Combustible Loading Control
This section summarizes the program used to prevent unnecessary combustible
loading in the facility. The bases for the program, storage practices for
allowed flammable, combustible, and reactive materials loading, the main
mechanisms for limiting combustible loading during operations, maintenanc e,
etc. for the types of activities performed, and the frequency of inspections are
noted here.
11.4.4
Fire Fighting Capabilities
Based on the fire hazards, this section summarizes available fire fighting
equipment, fire response procedures, basic training and personnel
qualifications for fire fighters, and special precautions taken for fire fighting in
radiological and hazardous chemical environments. Reference, as appropriate,
Chapter 12, "Procedures and Training" if that chapter presents requested
information.
11.4.5
Fire Fighting Readiness Assurance
This section summarizes: (1) the fire prevention inspection program, including
basic scheduling and resolution of inspection findings; (2) types and
frequencies of fire safety drills and exercises, and (3) t he fire protection
program record keeping requirements.
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