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DOE-STD -3009-94
8.6
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL EXPOSURE CONTROL
This section summarizes the plans and procedures for controlling: (1) occupational
exposure to hazardous materials; and (2) spread of hazardous material
8.6.1
Hazardous Material Identification Progra m
Summarize the plans and procedures the facility uses for the identification and
evaluation of material hazards, (e.g., toxicity, flammability, reactivity).
Include in this summary overall industrial hygiene programs, plans, and
procedures, and hazard elimination or control measures. Reference and
abstract any relevant site manuals detailing these programs.
8.6.2
Administrative Limits
This section summarizes facility administrative control levels and exposure
limits.
8.6.3
Occupational Medical Programs
This section summarizes the components of the occupational medical program
relevant to hazardous material protection, including physical examinations,
medical evaluations, medical surveillance (including bioassay), and medical
record keeping.
8.6.4
Respiratory Protection
This section summarizes plans and procedures for respiratory protection for
workers. Include in this summary types of respiratory protection equipment
and their usage in normal, abnormal, and accident conditions; control and
issuance of respirators (training; fitness and medical testing); inspection of
equipment (cleaning, maintenance, and repair); and documentation of
associated records. If no special distinctions exist with regard to the
respiratory protection program described in section 7.6.4, simply reference that
section
8.7
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL MONITORING
This section summarizes the hazardous material sampling and monitoring program
conducted internal and external to the facility. This summary should address
overall facility monitoring to prevent the spread of hazardous materials,
operational monitoring of workers, and monitoring and sampling for detection of
material release by airborne and other pathways (e.g., water, soil), programs for
continuing collection of relevant meteorologica l data, and records, and reports
generated in the monitoring program.
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