HAZARDOUS MATERIAL PROTECTION INSTRUMENTATION
This section summarizes plans and procedures governing hazardous protection
instrumentation. Such instrumentation, whether fixed, portable, or laboratory use,
includes instruments for hazardous material and contamination surveys; sampling;
area hazardous material monitoring; and personnel monitoring during normal
operations and accidents. Include in the summary selection and placement criteria
their quantity, sensitivity, and range. This section also summarizes plans and
procedures for control of calibration processes and for quality assurance for
calibration and maintenance. Reference Chapter 2, "Facility Description," Chapter
10, "Initial Testing, In-Service Surveillance, and Maintenance," and Chapter 14,
"Quality Assurance," if those chapters contain requested information.
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL PROTECTION RECORD KEEPING
This section summarizes plans and procedures for retention, and disposition of
records and reports. Discuss document control measures used to ensure that
records are reviewed for adequacy, approved for release by authorized personnel,
and distributed to and used at the locations where required and when needed.
8.10 HAZARD COMMUNICATION PROGRAM
This section summarizes the facility's hazard communication program for
obtaining material safety data sheets, providing for employee information and
training, directions for nonroutine tasks and outside contractor, and information for
multi employer worksites and hazardous material labeling.
8.11 OCCUPATIONAL CHEMICAL EXPOSURES
This section summarizes the predicted annual exposures to workers from
hazardous material sources. Worker exposure information will be based on
historical facility data if the operations have not changed.
For new operations or facilities that do not have historical records, provide an
estimate of the projected (calculated) a nnual exposures to the workers from normal
operations (not including accidents). Base such estimates on expected average and
maximum operating conditions, inventories, operating cycles, personnel
occupancy factors, etc., for the facility. Identify the methods, and assumptions
used in estimating occupational exposures. It is acceptable to estimate exposures
based on historical data for similar facilities.
Finally, this section provides a comparison of the measured, estimated
(calculated), or both, worker exposures with the maximum allowable limits. Any
discrepancies among these estimated, measured, or allowed values need to be